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As one of Australia's leading workplace health and occupational hygiene specialists, we help our clients keep their people safe. With over 15 years of operating experience, we have a proven track record of delivering tailored services that respond to our clients' needs. No matter the industry and no matter the circumstances.

About GCG

GCG is a WHS specialist and occupational hygiene service provider with expertise across diverse industries, ranging from aerospace to mining to water and energy, to name a few. We are an Australian-owned and operated private company whose primarily focus is to help our valued clients create and maintain safe and healthy working environments for their people. Our strengths lie in working with clients to build strong relationships and practical ways to manage their health and safety.

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GCG Key Services

Our Workplace health and safety specialists have expertise across a diverse range of industries, from aerospace to mining, to water and energy, to name a few.

By using science and technology, we measure worker exposure, assess the risk and develop control strategies to improve the safety of a work environment and working conditions for those within it.

Our occupational hygiene team of over 40 consultants have skills in identifying, assessing and controlling hazardous materials. This team includes seven Certified Occupational Hygienists (COH) spread throughout Australia.

We have a team of consultants with varied backgrounds and expertise, who are capable of providing the lateset in Health Safety and Hygiene training.

GCG's TechLab has developed a range of innovative solutions designed to support worker health and safety.

Intelligent Exposure Control.

The next generation software for real-time exposure monitoring and intelligent control managment

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Is your WA principal mining hazard management plan up to date?

The terms and definitions used in reference to ‘principal mining hazards’ vary across Australia. In Western Australia new Work Health and Safety (WHS) laws and accompanying regulations came into effect on 31 March 2022, introducing a meaning for, and a list of, principal mining hazards (PMHs). While it’s likely your risk management framework already identifies principal mining hazards, they may not be addressed…

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What’s next on the journey to eliminate silicosis?

The re-emergence of occupational lung diseases across Australia, such as silicosis and coal worker pneumoconiosis, has received significant focus from industry, regulators and unions alike. Since 2016, a series of government reviews, task forces and parliamentary enquiries have identified gaps in hazard awareness, compliance and regulatory frameworks relating to airborne dust. These documents also identify that preventing occupational lung disease is a complex problem to solve.

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How to Achieve OFSC Accreditation

What are the key criteria for OFSC Accreditation? At a high level, there are four main criteria to satisfy:  Demonstrated ability to manage construction hazards and high-risk activities Positive record concerning workplace safety Consistently good onsite audit results, and Demonstrated senior management commitment to WHS How long does OFSC Accreditation take?  This…

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What is a WHS Management System?

Under the Work Health and Safety Act 2011 persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) are responsible for managing workplace health and safety to protect everyone in the workplace including employees, contractors, and visitors. This is referred to as the Primary Duty of Care and requires the PCBU to ensure so far as is reasonably practicable:   provide and maintain a safe…

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Why all the talk about real-time monitoring

There has been a lot of talk about real-time dust monitoring over the past 12 months, and it will only get louder. But what’s behind this when traditional gravimetric monitoring is Australia’s legislated requirement (and it looks like it will be for the foreseeable future)?  Well, it comes down to ‘visibility’ – being able to see the ‘unseen’. While current dust monitoring…

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