Accreditations & Memberships

The Asbestos & Hazmat Removal Contractors Association (AHRCA) is made up of members from New South Wales asbestos abatement industry, including asbestos removal contractors, consultants, equipment suppliers, training organisations and other asbestos industry related organisations.

The Asbestos and Hazardous Materials Consultants Association (AHCA) is an association for industry professionals within the asbestos and hazardous materials community. Our aim is to drive and encourage best practice through consultation and knowledge sharing.

The IICRC is the Institute of Inspection Cleaning and Restoration Certification, a non-profit organization for the Inspection, Cleaning, and Restoration Industries. The IICRC, originally named the International Institute of Carpet and Upholstery Cleaning Inc. (IICUC), was founded in 1972 by Ed York. Since starting in 1972, the IICRC has evolved into a global organization with more than 49,000 active Certified Technicians and more than 6,500 Certified Firms around the world.

The Demolition & Asbestos Industry Association Queensland Inc. (DAIA) was established in February 2006 to represent the broader resource recovery sector. DAIA promotes safe work practices for the demolition, asbestos removal, recycling and associated industries and the diversion of waste from landfill achieved through increased recycling of valuable resources and materials resulting from relocation and deconstruction activities. DAIA encourages and promotes a high standard of service, workmanship and integrity within the demolition and asbestos removal and recycling industries.

Global-Mark aims to provide a complete suite of programs that delivers trust and confidence.

Our ability to offer such an extensive array of programs within an integrated audit/assessment or review is aimed at removing duplication, to save time, resources, and money. We understand that the outcome of our work is aimed at building confidence, and to do so, we must be independent, thorough, professional, competent, and fair.

We wish to be rigorous in our assessments and transparent in our decisions. We will be part of the solution and believe that informed performance is built on sound systems, commitments and processes. Each Global-Mark client is treated with the same process and rated on the same scale.

Since 2008, Cm3 has been leading the way in the delivery of contractor management, prequalification, and supply chain compliance solutions. At the heart of Cm3’s capabilities is a team that cares deeply about workplace safety and have a depth and breadth of knowledge and experience in the planning, development, and implementation of solutions across all key industries in Australia and New Zealand.

The Cm3 team consists of dedicated and highly experienced health and safety experts, developers, product managers, designers, and support specialists with a shared vision of ‘Making Our World Safer’.

The Asbestos Disease Support Society is a not-for-profit organisation which was founded in 1992 by the late Mrs Shirley White OAM to provide support to those affected asbestos related diseases, their families and carers. The Society has since expanded its operations to incorporate the following 4 pillars:

  • Support: Provision of high-quality support services
  • Advocacy: Lobby all levels of Government on asbestos related issues
  • Awareness: Increase community and workplace awareness of the dangers of exposure to asbestos
  • Education: Work with the health community to better understand asbestos related diseases.

Master Builders SA is committed to delivering a strong and productive building and construction industry and South Australian economy.

The advocacy work we do is based on member feedback and extensive research by the team at Master Builders SA.

Our committees – Housing, Commercial, Subcontractor, Contracts and Industrial Relations – are the “engine room” of our policy development.

The Master Builders Association of NSW (Master Builders) is the leading building and construction industry association across the state. A not for profit organisation, it is chartered with representing and furthering the interests of the building and construction industry.

Master Builders provides representation and services to members and the industry in key areas such as industrial relations, workplace health and safety, legal and contracts, training and government regulation/legislation.

Master Builders also seeks to develop alliances with key organisations to provide members with direct commercial benefits.