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Introduction to CSDAA Membership

The time to join the CSDAA is now! Our members are reaping the benefits of membership through our various online services, access to support when writing or negotiating a new workplace agreement, and much more.

Members are supported nationally and meetings are held around the country so all members have an opportunity to network with likeminded industry stakeholders. Joining is simple.

Membership Plans and How to Join

If you are applying for a new CSDAA membership, please complete the details below.

All new applications are based on the date of application. The CSDAA year commences on February 14 with pro rata fees applied. $200 joining fee is additional.

The pro rata rates are: February 14 - 100% June 1 - 75% September 1 - 50% December - 30% plus full years fee (15 months membership)

Basic Membership

$495 plus GST

  • Membership listing on CSDAA web site
  • Subscription to newsletter
  • Free subscription to CSDAA magazine
  • Invitation to quarterly general meetings
Premium Membership

$1500 plus GST

  • Membership listing on CSDAA web site, including logo
  • Subscription to newsletter
  • Free subscription to CSDAA magazine
  • Invitation to quarterly general meetings
  • Online access to a personalised company version of the CSDAA Health and Safety Management Plan Manual, Safe Work method Statements (SWMS) and Safe Operating Procedures (SOP).
Distributer/Supplier Membership

$900 plus GST

  • Subscription to newsletter with free logo space
  • Banner and link to your web site**
  • Free subscription to CSDAA magazine
  • Invitation to quarterly general meetings

**The CSDAA will include an advertising banner and a link to your company website. This does not include artwork; members will provide banners in the required format.

Why you should be a Member of the CSDAA?

Members can access the Health and Safety Management Plan Manual. The manual complies with current Australian legislation, regulation and codes of practice, and will greatly reduce the time required when completing tenders. The manual provides current information that directly relates to the cutting professional. This innovative product has been developed by industry professionals in concrete cutting, construction and the health, safety and risk management sectors.

Members can access industry-specific SWMS and SOPs to ensure members are aware of the legal, health and safety obligations, and to meet the needs of the work site. SWMS are editable providing to member’s with the ability to add all information relevant to the specific work site.

The Work Health and Safety (WHS) Handbook has been developed to provide a practical guide for establishing and maintaining safe work principles within the industry, and to promote safe work practices by managers, supervisors and employees. These safety guidelines when implemented will set best practice for the cutting and drilling industry nationally.

Meetings are a great opportunity to network with cutting professionals to establish new and consolidate existing relationships.

The CSDAA distribute quarterly newsletters and an annual magazine for members. Articles come from members and industry. Take a look at our latest editions.

Through our association with Ai Group we are able to access business support services at member rates. If you need assistance with an agreement or have WHS questions, CSDAA members can access this support.

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