GAGAL is compliant with The National Standards for Group Training Organisations.

AS/NZS 4801:2001 – Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) – compliant until 20.09.2015 – Certificate Number: AU12/
The implementation of our OHSMS is primarily to reduce workplace illness and injury and minimise the costs associated with workplace incidents.
The OHSMS is used to demonstrate, internally and externally, that GAGAL is systematically controlling the risks to all persons affected by our activities, products and services
Our third party Certifier, SGS, has conducted independent audits of our operations, referred to in the Standard. This audit framework is used as a reference point for internal audits and ongoing improvement health and safety.
 
ISO 9001:2008 – Quality Management Systems (QMS) – compliant until 30.08.2013 – Certificate Number: AU10/3642
This standards provide guidance and tools for GAGAL to ensure that our products and services consistently meet customer’s requirements, and that quality is consistently improved.
Using ISO 9001:2008 helps ensure that customers get consistent, good quality products and services, which in turn brings many business benefits.
The standard is based on a number of quality management principles including a strong customer focus, the motivation and implication of top management, the process approach and continual improvement.


Group Training AustraliaThe key objective of the National Standards for Group Training Organisations (GTOs) is to strengthen the capacity of GTOs in achieving the three goals of group training:
·    to create additional apprenticeship and traineeship employment opportunities;
·    to provide for the continuity of that employment; and
·    to improve the quality and breadth of training available to apprentice and trainees.

The Standards are:
1. Systems for group training services including management of hosting. The GTO has systems in place to plan for and provide quality group training services to apprentices, trainees and host employers.
2. Compliance with commonwealth, State/Territory legislation and regulatory requirements. The GTO ensures that compliance with Commonwealth, State/Territory legislation and regulatory requirements relevant to its operations is integrated into its policies and/or procedures and that compliance is maintained.
3. Effective financial management procedures. The GTO has effective financial management procedures in place.
4. Effective administrative and records management procedures. The GTO has effective administrative and records management procedures in place.
5. Effective corporate governance. The GTO has appropriate structures and processes for decision making, accountability, and control of that GTO.
6. Access and equity. The GTO applies access and equity principles to its operations.
7. The skills of GTO staff. Each member of the GTO staff who is involved in the provision of group training services is skills for the functions they perform.
Ethical practice. The board, council or advisory committee of the GTO and its management and staff behave ethically in the provision of group training services

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