Companies and business entities working at NCIG need to register with the NCIG Contractor Management system.
The system will ensure the safety and compliance of your company at NCIG.
To be compliant, you must:
- register your company in the portal,
- answer a short questionnaire
- complete a site audit
Depending on the work you do, you may need to provide the following documents as part of your company registration:
- Workers Compensation Certificate of Currency (NSW only)
- Public & Product Liability Certificate of Currency (minimum $20 million)
- Professional Indemnity insurance policy
- Company Trade Licences
Once your company is registered, you may be contacted by Pegasus to arrange an audit of your safety management system. This will need to be completed before you can book your employees into inductions.
Please note: throughout the company registration process in the NCIG Contractor Portal, a $0 payment will display. It is necessary to process this $0 transaction for registration to be complete.
After your company registration is complete, you should register your employees that work at NCIG. You can then enrol them in an induction. (See Individuals).
To start, click Register Now in the top left menu.
If you’re an individual (contractor employee) who will work at NCIG, then you must successfully complete an induction before starting work.
Your company administrator will register you in the Contractor Management system, where you will be booked into an initial site induction or an online re-induction. Once booked, you will receive details to attend site for your induction, or to complete an online induction.
Once logged into the system, company administrators should select ‘Manage Employees’. To register and select a role for employees, they will need to upload documents including:
- Proof of identification (a valid and current driver’s licence)
- Drug and alcohol test completed within 14 days of the induction (must be uploaded in the portal by midday on the Friday before a scheduled induction)
- White Card (OHS Construction Induction Certificate)
- Statement of Competency signed by a supervisor
- Other qualifications relevant to the role selected
- Trade certificates
Once your administrator has registered your details, uploaded your documentation and paid for your induction, you will be booked into the induction.
If your induction is an initial induction, you’ll be emailed a booking confirmation to attend site training. At the successful completion of your initial induction, you’ll be issued a card for site access.
If your induction is a re-induction, you’ll be emailed a link to complete it online. After successfully completing the online induction, your current card will be updated by site within 48 hours.
Your company administrator will maintain your competencies and inductions through the NCIG Contractor Management system so they’re always valid and current.
To work at NCIG, contracting companies must enrol their employees into inductions through the Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group Contractor Management system.
If the induction is an initial induction, you’ll be emailed a booking confirmation to attend site training. At the successful completion of an initial induction, the individual will be issued a card for site access.
If your induction is a re-induction, you’ll be emailed a link to complete it online. After successfully completing the online induction, the individual’s current card will be updated by site within 48 hours.
Learn more about individual registration and induction bookings here >>