Register your company

and employees

The Registration Process

The MACH Energy Contractor Management process is completed in two parts: company registration and worker registration and induction bookings.

We suggest you read through the process below before getting started, and allow yourself time to source and upload the required documents and information for your business and workers.

User guides with screenshots can be found on the FAQs and Documents page. Simply click to expand the sections below.

Let’s get started!

Stage 1: Business Registration (click to expand instructions)

Step 1 > Register your business

The MACH Energy Contractor Management System can be found here >>

Select Register and:

> Search for your company’s name to request a new login, or choose to add your company and search by your ABN.

> Complete your registration request by filling in your company details (name, address, ABN and contact details).

> Submit these details and, on approval, you’ll be emailed your new user name and password to login.

Step 2 > Register your company’s details

Using your new details, login to the MACH Energy Contractor Management System here >>

Select apply to follow the process to register your company, which includes entering your address, contact details and ABN, and selecting the insurances and licences your company can supply to support your registration. More information about the required documents can be found on the FAQ’s and documents page.

Step 3 > Pay for registration based on category

You will now be categorised and pay using the information you have provided. The costs outlined below are determined by the complexity and verification needed for your registration.

Category 6 Sub-Contractors $220

Sub-Contracting companies authorised to perform works under the Safety Management System of their Principal Contractor. Where a sub-contractor is to work under a Principal Contractor’s SMS, they will have been prompted to upload a Principal Contractor-approved Sub-Contractor Authority form. This can be downloaded under the heading Forms on the FAQ’s and Documents page.

Category 5 AS/NZ4801 Certified: $220

Any of the categories below, but also AS/NZ4801 Certified

Category 4 High Risk: $770

Companies performing High Risk activities which include:

  • Installing scaffolding
  • Performing dogging and rigging work
  • Operating cranes or hoists
  • Performing lifting operations
  • Operating forklifts
  • Operation pressurised equipment

Category 3 Principal Contractor: $770

A principal contractor is as per the definition in the Work Health & Safety Regulation 2011 (regulation 293), including routine work in an abnormal (or High Risk) work environment, example construction, or non-routine work.

Category 2 Routine Work: $550

Company performing routine work in a normal environment, including access to Construction or Mining areas (eg MACH Energy-engaged site supervisors, technical experts, consultants, minor work, or sub-contractors under a MACH Energy-appointed Principle Contractor).

Category 1 Office Based: $220

Companies restricted to office based work

Annual renewal for all categories is $110.

Step 4 > Upload insurances and licences

You’ll next be prompted to upload copies of the licences and insurances you selected in step 2 for verification.

Step 5 > Complete a Safety Management System (SMS) review and finalise registration

The final step for company registration is to successfully complete a SMS review, an independent desktop audit of your Work Health and Safety documents by a qualified WHS professional. More information about SMS reviews can be found on the FAQ’s and Documents page.The documents you’ll be asked to upload in the system for your SMS review depend on your category and may include, but are not limited to:

  • WHS / OHS Policy
  • Environmental Policy
  • Risk Management Procedures
  • Systems of Work process including incident management
  • Drug and Alcohol management
  • Emergency management
  • Training procedures including induction management
  • Sub-Contractor Management (if applicable)
  • Continual improvement processes

On successful review, you will be emailed that your  company registration is complete.

To complete your registration, you will next register your workers, purchase their site access cards, and book their inductions. Please expand Stage 2 below.

Stage 2: Worker Registration & Inductions (click to expand instructions)

Step 1 > Add workers

Login to the MACH Energy Contractor Management System here > and select Manage Employee Data. Choose Add Employee and enter your worker’s details. Select submit.

Step 2 > Choose role/s

Select process next to the worker’s name, select their role/s at the Mount Pleasant Operation, and apply. Ensure you’ve agreed to the terms and conditions and choose a card delivery address. Select save.

You will pay for worker registration, access cards, and inductions later in this process (step 5).

Step 3 > Upload supporting documents

You will now be prompted to upload documents supporting the role/s you’ve chosen for your worker, including a photo for their ID access card.

Note: Where a worker’s medical result has an Amber rating, additional information is required in an Employee Health Management Plan (EHMP). Approval of this EHMP is at the discretion of the Principal Contractor and MACH Energy.  The EHMP can be downloaded under the heading Forms on the FAQ’s and Documents page.

Step 4 > Book training

Next, you will book the classroom site familiarisation and any required online inductions for your worker, with the courses listed at the bottom of the page.

Click book and choose the induction, save and add to cart to proceed to checkout.

Step 5 > Pay for registration and training

Pay for the worker registration and training via credit card.

      • Registration costs  $75 + GST per person
      • Classroom inductions cost $15 + GST per booking
      • Online inductions cost $25 per booking.
      • Access ID cards cost $10 + GST per card

Registration and training approved

Pegasus will review your worker’s registration and training request, and on approval, you’ll be emailed details about their induction/s. Their ID card will also be sent for site access.