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The Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner has been transferred to the Attorney-General's Department as a result of the Administrative Arrangements Order amendments introduced on 29 May 2019. This site will be updated to reflect these changes.
 
Office of the Federal Safety Commissioner

Established in 2005, the Federal Safety Commissioner works with industry and government stakeholders towards achieving the highest possible workplace health and safety standards on Australian building and construction projects.​​​

I’m considering becoming accredited

When do I need to be accredited to undertake Government funded work? Can or should I become accredited anyway? Am I ready to become accredited? What’s involved?

I’m ready to apply for accreditation

All of the resources you’ll need to apply for accreditation, including information on how to apply using FSC Online, the audit criteria and guidance about what is expected under each criterion.

I’m already accredited

Everything you need as an accredited company, including information on how to report using FSC Online, and information on auditing and the reaccreditation process.

I’m an Australian Government agency procuring building work

Information for agencies that are funding building works – which projects are covered by the Scheme, including general guidance, model clauses, contract declaration forms, the model client resource, and the list of accredited companies.

General Enquiries

Reporting and Contract Notifications


FSC Online and eCitizen queries