The NCIG Contractor Management process is completed in two parts: company registration and worker registration and induction bookings.
We suggest you read through the steps before you get started, and allow yourself time to source and upload the information to register your business and workers. A nominated administrator from your business will be required to complete the steps below.
User guides with screenshots can be found on the Help and Resources page.
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Stage 1: Business Registration (click to expand instructions)
Step 1 > Register your business
The NCIG Contractor Management System can be found by selecting Register at the top of the page.
Select Register and:
> Search for your company’s name to request a new login, or choose to add your company and search by your ABN.
> Complete your registration request by filling in your company details (name, address, ABN and contact details).
> Submit these details and, on approval, you’ll be emailed your new user name and password to login.
Step 2 > Register your business details
Using your new details, login to the NCIG Contractor Management System by selecting Login at the top of the page.
Select apply to follow the process to register your company, which includes completing the company profile questionnaire, and selecting the insurances and licences your company can supply to support your registration.
Step 3 > Upload insurances and licences
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
Please note: throughout company registration, a $0 payment will display. It is necessary to process this $0 transaction to complete registration.
Step 4 > Complete Safety Management System review if required
Depending on the answers you provided in Step 2, you may be required to complete a Safety Management System review. You will be asked to upload evidence and examples of your Safety Management System, so please have these available.
Pegasus will verify the information you’ve provided, and you will be emailed that your business registration is complete.
To reach compliance to work for NCIG, you must next register your workers, purchase their site access cards, and book their inductions. Expand the steps below.
Stage 2: Worker Registration and Induction Bookings (click to expand instructions)
Step 1 > Add your workers/employees
Login to the NCIG Contractor Management System (LOGIN at the top of the page), and select Manage Employee Data. Choose Add Employee and enter your employee’s details. Select submit.
Step 2 > Choose worker roles
Select process next to the worker’s name, select the role/s they perform for NCIG, and apply.
Ensure you’ve agreed to the terms and conditions and choose a card delivery address. Select save.
Step 3 > Upload supporting documents
You will now be prompted to upload documents supporting the role/s you’ve chosen for your worker and to book their induction, 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 system 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
Step 4 > Book training
Next, you will book the training for your worker, with courses listed at the bottom of the page.
Click book and choose the correct induction from the list, save and add to cart to proceed to checkout.
Step 5 > Pay for registration
Pay for the employee registration and training via credit card.
Worker registration and inductions cost $99 +GST in the initial year per person. This cost is the total for worker registration $50 +GST, and an induction booking (one of those below) which costs $49 + GST:
– Combined Level 1 & 2 Initial Induction
– Level 1 Initial Induction
– Restricted Rail Access Initial Induction
Worker registration renewal and re-induction costs $50 +GST every two years.
Please note: if you allow an induction to expire, you must contact Pegasus to arrange the re-induction. If you fail to do so within three months of expiry, workers will be required to complete the full induction again – classroom inductions held at site which cost $49 + GST per worker.
Step 6 > Registration and training approved
Pegasus will review your worker’s registration and training request, and on approval, you’ll be emailed details about their training. Their ID card will also be mailed for site access.
It’s important to keep your company and worker’s details up to date. You’ll be emailed if any documents are expiring so you can update them and maintain your compliance to work for NCIG.