Step 1 > Register a user name and password
The NCIG Contractor Management System to register your business can be found by selecting the button below.
Start by entering a user name of your choosing, plus your email address and a password. You’ll be emailed confirmation.
Step 2 > Register business details and answer profile questions
Using your new details, login to the NCIG Contractor Management System.
Follow the process to register your business by answering profile questions and selecting the insurances and licences you can supply to support your registration.
Step 3 > Upload insurances and licences
You will be prompted to upload copies of the licences and insurances you selected in step 2 for verification. Depending on the work your business does, you’ll be prompted to upload the following supporting documents:
- Workers Compensation Certificate of Currency (NSW only)
- Public & Product Liability Certificate of Currency (minimum $20 million)
- Professional Indemnity insurance policy
- Company Trade Licences
You will also proceed through the checkout, but NCIG will cover the cost of your registration.
Step 4 > Complete a Safety Management System (SMS) review.
If required, the The final step for company registration is to complete a SMS review, an independent desktop audit of your Work Health and Safety documents by a WHS specialist. More information about SMS reviews can be found on the Help and Resources page. The documents you’ll be asked to upload may include, but are not limited to:
- WHS / OHS Policy
- Environmental Policy
- Risk Management Procedures
- Systems of Work process including incident management
- Drug and Alcohol management
- Emergency management
- Training procedures including induction management
- Sub-Contractor Management (if applicable)
- Continual improvement processes
On successful review, you will be emailed that your company registration is complete. To finalise your registration, you will be sent login details to register your workers, purchase their site access cards, and book their inductions.
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