Health and Aged Care

The ageing of our population is a major factor underpinning the ‘care boom’

Health and Aged Care services provided by doctors, nurses, dentists, physiotherapists, childcare workers and aged care providers has made the largest contribution to the nation’s jobs growth over the past 15 years. It now employs more than 1.5 million people, or one in every eight Australian workers.

The ageing of our population is a major factor underpinning the care boom because older people tend to consume more healthcare services. Organisations that provide these services, delivered out of various facilities such as hospitals, clinics and aged care homes are required under the WHS Act 2011 to ensure the health and safety of not only their employees, but all workers including the various contractors, carers, volunteers and suppliers that they engage at their facilities.

Managing Contractors, Carers, Volunteers and Suppliers at Aged Care Facilities

Aged care facility managers must look after the compliance requirements of workers and service providers at their facilities. It is a challenge to manage the compliance requirements of a diverse range of service providers through a consistent process across various sites.

  • How do aged care facility managers ensure that their service providers meet minimum compliance criteria such as security checks, qualifications and insurances?
  • Do our engaged service providers comply with the minimum  WHS requirements?
  • Do aged care facility managers have an effective corporate induction process? Is there a site specific induction?

BNG Support for Aged Care Facilities to meet the Challenge

BNG Conserve™ can assist aged care facilities to meet the above compliance challenges by requesting, collecting, validating, storing and maintaining all prequalification information and documents as per their unique and specific criteria. This information and documentation are available to authorised representatives to access and review online.

Conserve™ sends automatic email reminders to workers and service providers to refresh these documents when they are approaching expiry, assisting them in their ongoing compliance with the required criteria

Our Specialist Support Team will work with workers and service providers to ensure their prequalification and accreditation is simple and efficient with minimal effort or resoucres from facility managers.

What our clients say

  • “BNG Conserve™ has helped to meet our need of improving contractor management, improved efficiency and improved safety systems to meet AS4801.”

    David Rogers – Property & Sustainability Manager, Warrigal

  • “It is essential for our organisation that the contractors we engage have the appropriate insurances, qualifications and safety systems. Conserve™ allows us to ensure this.”

    Jared Carter, Senior Supply Chain Analyst – Chubb Fire & Security

See why Conserve™ is best at protecting every worker and every work place

In a highly competitive market place, a pool of prequalified, compliant contractors is a highly valuable asset to any business.