Business with Us

Working with Us

Our company policies, business management systems, and core values form the strategic framework for guiding sustainable business practice at Ertech.

Ertech undertakes all business in accordance with a business Code of Conduct (“Our Code”). This guides business conduct for all employees and those who work for the business, ensuring that our governance and ethical standards are adhered to, and deals with issues such as Modern Slavery and ethical management of our supply chain partners.

Systems and Certifications

Ertech’s well established Business Management Systems (BMS) provide a robust framework that empowers our people to provide clients with safely constructed infrastructure of the highest standard, while minimising impact on the environment.

Our BMS is founded on decades of experience across multiple industries, combined with best practice to ensure we effectively manage all aspects of our projects and our business.

The system is guided by Ertech’s strategy and underpinned by its core values – this is the Ertech Way. It is our commitment to ensuring our people, health, safety, environment and quality management is embedded in our culture.  It supports continuous improvement strategies and initiatives for sustainable operations.

Good business practice ensures we continue to deliver certainty to our clients through proper planning, risk and opportunity management and workplace verification at all stages of the project.

Ertech’s Business Management Systems are third-party accredited as follows:

  • ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems
  • ISO 14001:2015 Environmental Management Systems
  • ISO 45001:2018 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
  • OFSC WH&S Accreditation Scheme


Project-specific licenses

Heathcote Road Upgrade Project

Heathcote Road is a major arterial road that runs between Liverpool and Heathcote, connecting Sydney’s southern suburbs to the motorway network in the south-west including the M5 and M7 motorways. It is also a key link for commuters who drive, walk or cycle to Holsworthy Train Station and the Holsworthy Army Barracks.

The existing road between Infantry Parade and The Avenue is generally a two lane road and contains three bridges across Williams Creek, the T8 Airport railway line and Harris Creek. Congestion is often experienced along these sections of the road, particularly near the Macarthur Drive roundabout.

Ertech is upgrading the 2.2 kilometre section of Heathcote Road between Infantry Parade, Holsworthy and The Avenue, Voyager Point.

Important Project Links

For the latest information on this project please go to Heathcote Road Upgrade – Project Update.

During construction of this project Ertech will hold the Environmental Protection License.  Click on Heathcote Road Upgrade EPL License 21505 to access this license summary.

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