Workplace health and safety requirements | Redland City Council

Workplace health and safety requirements

Contractor registration and inductions

All contractors and sub-contractors are required to complete a safety induction before entering Redland City Council worksites. It is important that prior to undertaking any work related duties the new contractor fully understands all aspects of health and safety for the workplace. 

Redland City Council has two levels of contractor induction to be undertaken before entering its work sites; a contractor registration process and the site-specific induction provided on the first day of work by Council's Contracts Supervisor or the appointed Principal Contractor.

Level 1: Contractor registration 

  1. Contractors are to complete and sign the WHS Contractor Registration form (F-3040-060-001) [PDF, 0.1MB] 
  2. Send the completed document to for review.
  3. Retain a signed copy of the Contractor Acceptance Statement. This must be kept with you when working at Redland City Council.
  4. Once the registration has been accepted, Council will generally register the Contractor for three years.  
  5. Contractors must undertake a site-specific induction at each site they work at prior to commencing work.  

Level 2: Site-specific induction

 A site-specific induction is conducted when a contractor first arrives on site, prior to entering the worksite. The induction provides the contractor with an orientation to site amenities and provides site-specific safety information (i.e. RCC policies that apply, emergency procedures, hazards of worksite). 

Contact details 


Postal address:
Safety and Wellbeing Unit
Redland City Council
PO Box 21, Cleveland
QLD 4163

Phone: (07) 3829 8365