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Environmental Policy


Multi Civil & Rail Services Pty Ltd, (MCR) aims at achieving continual environmental improvement through implementing a management system with objectives and targets to minimise its environmental impact by working with staff and other stakeholders through pollution prevention practises in compliances with legal and other requirements and be a role model for others to follow.


  • Have commitment to prevention of land, air, water, waste and noise pollution

  • Identify environmental aspects and impacts from activities products and services.

  • Ensuring that open and honest communication exists between management and all employees and contractors.

  • To provide an ongoing program of education and learning to ensure that our employees and contractors comply with environmental procedures, rules and regulations and legal requirements.

  • Satisfy our client’s requirements in relation to EMS

  • Have zero workplace environmental failures

  • Increase our profit through reduced rework and waste

Compliance with State Legislation and Regulations

MCR demonstrates its commitment to comply with WHS legislation, Codes of Practice, Standard(s), and Railsafe Network Rules & Procedures.

Policy Statement

Multi Civil & Rail Services Pty Ltd. Environmental Management System applies to all operations and services.


  • Environmental evaluation requires planning, training, consultation, supervision and accountability.

  • Environmental risks are identified and either eliminated or effectively managed.

  • All requirements of the Environmental Planning Assessment Act 1979, Environmental Planning & Assessment Regulation 2000, Environmental Planning & Assessment Amendment (General) Act 2013, ISO: 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems.

  • All environmental failures are preventable.

  • Commitment is established to measure objectives and targets to ensure continued improvement.

  • Commitment to improvement and prevention of pollution.

  • Commitment to comply with applicable and legal requirements and other requirements which relate to environmental aspects.

  • Identify environmental aspects and impacts from activities, products and services.

  • Ongoing educating and training in order to continually improve the skills of our people’s awareness and knowledge of environmental issues and practises.

  • Identifying, monitoring, reporting, investigating and resolving all non-conformances and taking action to prevent recurrence.

  • Establishing, reviewing and communicating performance measures and taking action to improve outcomes.

All management and staff are expected to comply with the spirit of this policy in the context of the organisation in which they work.

Leigh Twigg

Chief Executive Officer