There’s nothing more important than the health, safety and wellbeing of our people.

At Bis, we believe all work related injuries and occupational illnesses can and should be prevented.

That’s our expectation as we seek to continually improve our industry-leading safety performance.

Our Zero Harm journey is clearly linked to our company values and delivering positive and sustainable health and safety outcomes reflect our Zero Harm culture.

Integral to the way we work, is instilling a sense of responsibility that ensures every one of our employees never walks past an unsafe act without stopping the activity and taking immediate action.

Everyone at Bis, is committed to Zero Harm and accountable for their own safety, the people they work with and the people we share the roads and communities with.

We continue our efforts to make our work places safer, our health, safety and environment systems simpler and more robust, our goals clearer and to ensure our people are properly trained, wherever we are working in the world.

We don’t leave anything to chance.

Our Zero Harm program is rigorously managed, monitored for improvement and benchmarked using our own innovative, internally developed systems and processes.  This allows us to respond to the changing needs of our business while maintaining a commitment to prevent harm to our valued employees.

As a company, we seek to ensure that our operations are conducted efficiently and in accordance with the highest levels of health, safety and environmental standards. We are committed to conserving resources, minimising any impacts to the environment and adhering to relevant environmental regulations.

View our Safety & Sustainability Policy

Our safety innovations


Through our high-tech command centre we track, monitor and manage our huge equipment fleet and the health of every operator.

AI driver behaviour monitoring

Bis has created a proprietary cloud-based, artificial intelligence (AI) video analytics software that improves driver behaviour through real-time monitoring.

Vehicle Monitoring

Vehicle and operator monitoring, engine management and GPS technology is delivering new insights into performance and reliability.