Bechtel Corporation is the worlds largest privately owned construction and civil engineering company, head quartered in the United States. Bechtel are renowned for the successful delivery of landmark mega projects across multiple markets and multiple industries including oil, gas and chemicals, mining and metals, defence and nuclear security, infrastructure, power and tunneling.
Bechtel Australia – Curtis Island Operations (Oil & Gas), Gladstone QLD
- Provision of Physiotherapists 10 hours per day, 5 days per week for 12 months scaling back to 2 days per week for a further 12 months with de-mobilisation of personnel
- Provision of Exercise Rehabilitation Programs onsite delivered by Accredited Exercise Physiologists
- Successfully provided greater than 2000 Physiotherapy treatments in the initial 12 months of the program
- Successfully provided greater than 1500 hours of Physical Conditioning Services over the duration of the project
- Successfully rehabilitated greater than 400 employees with musculoskeletal injuries
Gladstone Regional Council
Gladstone Regional Council is a local government area in Central Queensland, employing great than 700 personnel. It covers the following shires: Calliope, Gladstone, Miriam Vale and Agnes Waters.
The delivery of onsite Physiotherapy across 3 seperate Gladstone Regional Council Locations
- The establishment of 3 onsite Physiotherapy Treatment facilities including all equipment and consumables
- The delivery of 40 hours of onsite Physiotherapy services per month
- In the first year:
- A reduction of 76% in average days lost per claim
- A reduction of 88% in total working hours lost
- A reduction of 88% in total statutory costs
Aurizon is Australia’s largest freight operator, moving coal, iron ore and freight across the nation.
Freight Distribution Centre, Marshalling Yard and Diesel Shed Opeartions – Rockhampton, QLD
The delivery of onsite physiotherapy, ergonomic assessments and injury management services.
- Successful delivery of 20 hours of onsite physiotherapy per week for 3 years, scaling back to 8 hours per week for an additional 12 months