Cavpower is committed to ‘Zero Harm’ as the principle corporate goal in increasing safety and minimising the risk of injury, illness and disease to all personnel, contractors, customers and visitors.

Cavpower has a Duty of Care to provide a safe and healthy workplace for all employees, contractors, customers and visitors, ensuring compliance with the legislative requirements under the following Acts and Regulations.

South Australia

  • Work Health and Safety Act 2012
  • Work Health and Safety Regulations 2012
  • Return to Work Act 2014
  • Return to Work Regulations 2015

New South Wales

  • Work Health and Safety Act 2011
  • Work Health and Safety Regulation 2011
  • The Workers Compensation Act 1987
  • The Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998
  • The Workers Compensation Regulation 2016

"Zero Harm"

We will work in a manner that does not harm the individual, the environment or compromise the quality of our work.

  • We promote our “Zero Harm” approach to safety and the environment
  • We encourage safe work as an attitude to life
  • We value the safety of each individual and their experience
  • We believe that safety is the overriding priority in any job
  • We believe that we can work with minimal impact on our environment

Quality

Cavpower can assure you of quality in both the products and services we provide. By working closely with Caterpillar and other dealers in the network, we ensure that only the very best in equipment, parts and service sales, rental and support across our business is offered to you.

At Cavpower, we are committed to ongoing process and service improvements. You can always improve on the best and we recognise and embrace this philosophy. Our ISO accreditation forms one element of our company-wide continuous improvement philosophy which also embraces Six Sigma.

For more information visit the Cat® Safety website