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Brajkovich Demolition & Salvage Pty Ltd

Brajkovich Demolition & Salvage Pty Ltd have carried out work on some of Perth’s largest commercial projects currently including the Law Chambers Building in Cathedral Square, Perth Entertainment Centre in 2012 and Perry Lakes Grandstand and Stadium in 2012 and 2013. Brajkovich Demolition have undertaken extensive demolition work within the Perth CBD, and have experience with multi-level structures and buildings that may require complex or compromising disassembly.

Brajkovich Demolition specialise in all types of asbestos removal and have the experience, qualification and expertise to undergo all types of asbestos removal projects.

Brajkovich Demolition carry out hundreds of residential demolitions right across the metropolitan area and throughout WA, and have probably been in your area. Their jobs range from full site demolitions in preparation for earthworks and building stage; to back yard clearances for subdivision. 2-3 storey houses and duplexes are no problem, and removal of both fibre glass and concrete pools is done efficiently.

Brajkovich Demolition guarantee 98% recycling from the materials on their sites and currently operate 2 recycling facilities north and south of the Perth CBD. Builders rubble from job sites across the Perth metropolitan region are delivered to either of the facilities and through a series of segregation, reduction and sizing, the rubble is transformed into a reusable aggregate that is perfect for use as fill material.

All processed materials are sampled and tested in accordance with the Department of Environment and Conservation requirements and legislation

LandCorp

LandCorp is Western Australia's land development agency. LandCorp's work aims to optimise Western Australia's land and property assets to accommodate the changing needs of the community.

LandCorp's vision is to influence and manage land development on behalf of the State Government for the benefit of the community; and have responsibility for identifying, planning and developing major land and infrastructure projects across Western Australia. LandCorp takes a long term view of State-wide needs, acquire and develop land to facilitate the delivery of projects on time, on budget and to specification to meet these needs.

Site Safety and Site Management plans

Issue

In 2011 and again in 2013 LandCorp requested Brajkovich Demolition & Salvage Pty Ltd to directly commission an independent auditor to assess compliance of their Site Safety and Site Management Plans.

LandCorp further stipulated:

'Upon Contract award the Contractor shall submit a site specific Site Safety and Site Management plans that address all relevant and required site works and procedures, including, but not limited to, details of specialist material removal, details of proposed disposal site, demolition procedures, dust/noise/vibration/safety management, etc. The management plan(s) should also include details of proposed actions in case of a safety incident or spread of contamination'.

Brajkovich Demolition contracted Ringshaw Consulting to review the Site Safety and Site Management Plans for the works to be completed at the Sir Thomas Pavilion, PERRY LAKES in 2011 and in 2013 works to be done at 35 Bennett Avenue, NORTH COOGEE in Western Australia

Solution

Brajkovich Demolition provided Ringshaw Consulting with copies of their Site Safety and Site Management Plans which were re-written as a Safety Management Plan in consultation with the stakeholders resulting in the SMP being reviewed against requirements of the Western Australian Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and associated legislation.

Ringshaw Consulting was then able to confirm in writing Brajkovich Demolition's 2011 compliance as outlined below:

'This letter is to confirm that Neil Ringshaw (WorkSafe Plan Assessor No. 059) has reviewed the Site Management Plan (SMP) developed by Brajkovich Demolition & Salvage Pty Ltd for the works to be completed at the Sir Thomas Pavilion, PERRY LAKES. The SMP was reviewed against Appendix B LandCorp OHS Procedure — May 2007 Section 6.1 Site Specific Safety Management Plan. The Brajkovich Demolition & Salvage Pty Ltd SMP meets the requirements of Section 6.1.'

The letter was sent through to LandCorp and subsequently Brajkovich Demolition was awarded the contract for the works.

In 2013 Neil also assisted Brajkovich Demolition to develop a SMP for a scope of work at 35 Bennett Avenue, NORTH COOGEE which was subsequently reviewed against requirements of the Western Australian Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 and associated legislation. As an outcome, Brajkovich Demolition & Salvage Pty Ltd has documented a systematic approach to the management of safety and health as per the requirements of WorkSafe - a division of the Department of Commerce, the Western Australian State Government agency responsible for the administration of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984.

A letter was sent to LandCorp validating the outcome of the audit and subsequently Brajkovich Demolition was awarded the contract for the works.