National Safe Work Month.

Dig It Civil, along-side Safe Work Australia, celebrated National Safe Work Month this month. National Safe Work month is an initiative sponsored by Safe Work Australia, recognising that the construction industry is one of Australia’s highest risk industries for injuries and accidents. Dig It Civil in conjunction with Safe Work Australia took this opportunity to demonstrate our commitment to building a safe and healthy workplace for all our staff, customers and workers.
Over the past four years, around 30,000 workers were injured on NSW construction sites because of unsafe work practices. At Dig It we’re dedicated to decreasing workplace injuries and increasing awareness of health and safety issues in the construction industry.

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Dig It Civil recently undertook a large renovation job alongside Critharis constructions at Chamberlin Avenue  Vaucluse,  Critharis constructions wanted to change the external look of this building but keep the main structure.  

Dig it was contracted to demolish the planter boxes with an excavator and dig out the soil so they could change the shape of the planter boxers from a curved shape to a give it a straighter and more modern look.

Take a look at our team at work here.
Dig it's Drone video of our demolition job in Vaucluse.
1. When did you join the Dig it Civil team? I've been at Dig It Civil Part-time since May, 2017.

2. What is your role at Dig it Civil? Social Media Assistant.

3. What do you enjoy about working at Dig it Civil? First of all the people, they're all pretty cheery and easy going with a flat management style everyone is pretty easy to talk to. Secondly, the work is really interesting with something different on everyday. 
 
4. What advice would you give to other new members of staff? learn everything and talk to everyone, I feel like you can never learn enough especially working in the digital media sector it's always advancing so you really need to keep informed to keep on top of it all.
5. Before working at Dig it Civil, what was the most unusual or interesting job you’ve ever had? I have a background in Marketing and have worked in Casino Gaming for many years before moving into construction. I worked in Los Vegas as the Bellagio in 2006 (pre-kids and hubby!) as a Club Marketing Manager organising the different nights and promotions. Fun times!
 
6.What has been your biggest achievement work related or otherwise? I've successfully completed my Degree in Business with a double major in Advertising and Marketing, I've opened up my own freelance marketing business and work at Dig It Civil all the while balancing a young family. 
 
7. What do you like to do in your spare time? I don't really have spare time :)  I have two kids, Sophia who is 4 and Charlie who is 2. On weekends I tend to take the children on outings to the Zoo, the beach, the park or somewhere nice. Other than that I'm studying or working, spending time with my husband or shopping online.