Management Policies

Making sure every task we undertake is done to the highest standard

peake pc - high quality standardsOur work is governed by policies that enforce compliance of processes, quality control, streamlined deliverables, environmental protection, and sky-high safety standard at all work sites.

Having policies in place is not optional for PEAKE. Strict compliance with local authorities rules such as VBA, EPA, Work Safe, Department of Health, and other States & Federal legislative, makes it a must for us to review and update our policies annually to keep up with any new legislation.

Sample of policies we use at PEAKE are:

  • Quality Management Policy, in accordance with ISO 9001:2015
  • Risk Management Policy, in accordance with AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009
  • Environmental Management Policy, in accordance with ISO 14001:2015
  • OH&S Policy, in accordance with Work Safe legislation
project management policies

Quality Management Policies

PEAKE PC offers a diverse range of Project management services for commercial Design & Construction projects. peake pc - project management

In offering these services to our customers, the main objectives of the management and employees of PEAKE is to provide these services in a manner which best satisfies our customers’ stated and implied requirements with zero defects at Practical Completion; and in an efficient, proactive, timely and innovative way.

To assist in achieving the objectives, PEAKE will:

Establish, implement, maintain and continuously improve the management system described in Quality Policy Manual and supporting documents, seek to identify, continuously monitor and act on our customer’s specific needs and expectations to ensure a mutually satisfying relationship.

PEAKE’s Quality Management Policy is a comprehensive management system that also meets the requirements of ISO 9001:2015.


At PEAKE Consulting we understand risks very well. Risks are an event or condition that, if it occurs, could have a positive or negative effect on a project’s objectives. Risk Management is the process of identifying, assessing, responding to, monitoring and controlling, and reporting risks.

Our Risk Management Plan defines how risks associated with each project will be identified, analyzed, and managed. It outlines how risk management activities

will be performed, recorded, and monitored throughout the lifecycle of the project and provides templates and practices for recording and prioritizing risks by the Risk Manager and/or Risk Management Team.

In brief, the steps of Risk planning are:

  • Risk Identification
  • Risk Analysis
  • Risk Response Planning
  • Risk Monitoring, Controlling, And Reporting

PEAKE’s Risk Management Policy is a comprehensive management system that also meets the requirements of AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009.


At PEAKE, we recognize that our operations, both on-site and in the office can impact on the environment, however, we also have a responsibility to help guide and influence through our professional role to achieve better environmental performances on projects. Therefore, through managing our impact, as well as our environmental responsibilities, PEAKE Consulting will continue to strive and improve its environmental performances.

By implementing this policy we aim to:

  • Develop measures and setting targets for our overall environmental performance.
  • Liaise with clients on any potential environmental and sustainability issues on their projects.
  • Promote prudent environmental practice in design
  • Regularly review and identify areas for continued improvement.
  • Provide appropriate training for our employees
  • Put in place procedures and support information that enables compliance with laws, regulations and codes of practice for environmental issues.
  • Conserve energy through minimizing consumption and maximizing efficiency.
  • Recognize and encourage the contribution every employee can make towards improving the company’s environmental performance.
  • Ensure our environmental actions are both socially and economically sustainable producing real improvement.
  • Consider favorably suppliers and sub-contractors who also pursue good environmental management and practices.

PEAKE’s Environmental Management Policy is a comprehensive management system that also meets the requirements of ISO 14001:2015.


PEAKE is committed to providing a physically safe, healthy and secure working environment that eliminates accidents and incidents that could result in personal injury or ill health to workers, contractors and visitors to the workplace. It is the responsibility of all persons at the workplace to maintain their own safety and do not adversely affect the health or safety of others. PEAKE ensures workers on site are required to work within the Occupational Health, Safety & Environment (OHSE) duty of care as listed in the orientation documentation.peakepc - health and safety2

PEAKE maintains full compliance with all OHSE legislation and regulatory requirements specific to the industry in which it operates. This is achieved through the meeting of OHSE objectives as agreed between management and consultation with workers.

PEAKE monitors all responsible parties for the orientation, induction of employees and the provision of suitable ongoing staff development opportunities for all workers in relation to OHSE. This includes providing all workers with an initial orientation and induction. Where contractors are used within the workplace, the principal/agent assumes the responsibility for general OHSE orientation.

PEAKE provides its workers with additional occupational safety and health training opportunities throughout the year. These include in-house toolbox sessions, in-house machinery training and external specialist courses such as first aid. All site workers are encouraged to complete their safety card (blue card) during their tenure.

PEAKE’s OH&S Policy has been prepared in accordance with Work Safe, and is acceptable in all States