Time management

  • Hours of work: Mon – Thurs 7.30am – 5.00pm, Friday 7.30am – 4.00pm
  • Onsite, tool belt on ready to work at 7.30am
  • 10am morning tea – 20 minutes paid
  • 1pm lunch – 30 minutes unpaid
  • Working and /or packing up on site until 5pm
  • Timesheets are completed daily and are accessible to client
  • Personal cell phones to be used only during designated breaks (including texting)

  • Clean and tidy appearance is expected at all times
  • Uniforms to be worn at all times
  • Temporary labour hire  to wear Baylis Exclusive Homes hi-viz vests on site

  • Remember at all times you are working in somebody’s home
  • The homeowners and adjoining properties may be incurring some inconveniencewhile we are on site.
    We minimise this by:
  • Keeping stereo’s at a respectable level
  • Not using bad language
  • Keeping the site tidy and safe at all times.
  • Reducing dust ‘spread’ wherever possible
  • No smoking is allowed onsite except during designated breaks. Smoking during  breaks should be conducted outside and well clear of buildings and other employees/ contractors.

  • Hazard board is always on display and up to date
  • Owners are made aware of any specific safety issues
  • Hazardco safety induction cards are read by every person on site
  • Safe work practices are always maintained
  • Driveways, footpath and road kept clear and safe at all times

  • We operate in an approachable, open and honest manner
  • Any issues discovered are promptly reported to the foreman
  • Foreman promptly informs the project manager and /or client of any issues
  • Any client concerns will be discussed, documented and actioned appropriately
  • It is our policy to seek feedback from the client on the job, our staff and our subcon-  tractors

  •  Our internal standards and building code standards are met by completing our in house checklists throughout the project
  • The site foreman or project manager must be present at all council inspections
  • Regular project meetings will be held to keep abreast of progress and costs