Sector Accreditations

We operate a dedicated Health and Safety Executive team, enabling conformity in Chain of Responsibility Compliance standards, TransafeWA and Heavy Vehicle National Law (Fatigue Management, General and Registration National Regulation, Mass, dimension and loading, Vehicle Standard National Regulation).

We are a part of the Retail Logistic Supply Chain Code of Conduct and adhere to the Australian Steel Institutes Guidelines.

Supporting these duties, we undertake actions such as:

  • Web-based employee training programs
  • Fatigue and risk assessment software
  • Issues Reporting System to bring forward prompt corrective conducts
  • Load restraints


Quality Accreditation

At Goldstar Transport, we are commitment to strive for excellence, always.

Our high-quality service is due to several elements, including:

  • Our team’s commitment and passion
  • Strict safety procedures
  • Advanced and innovative systems
  • Continuous improvement in processes

Our effective Quality Management System (QMS) has been designed for the continuous improvement of processes and staff training.

Comprised of many policies, manuals, procedures, work instructions, specific plans and controlled reports, our QMS displays our commitment to achieving excellence in all endeavours.

We measure each tasks performance. This ensures personnel are kept accountable and aware of the importance of quality, not only for our company but for our customers too.

Why have a Quality Management System?

A QMS is essential for having a very good understanding of each freight task: It enhances our expertise particularly when we need to handle complex projects or tight deadlines.

This system also helps us operate to an equipment replacement strategy, designed to replace older fleet/equipment with latest available.

Safety Compliance

Safety is at the heart of every decision and action and the most important aspect of our business – the very essence and culture of our team.

At Goldstar Transport, we believe we have responsibility towards our staff, families and the wider community to ensure our operations are as safe as possible.

With this in mind, we operate to strict procedures which in conjunction with the advanced “Management System on Safety, Health and Environment” (SHEMS), define how the company operates, ensuring our customer’s needs are always met.

All site activities are planned and performed in a manner to minimise adverse safety, health and environmental impacts. Additionally, all work is carried out in compliance with all statutory and compulsory requirements.

We use many aids, ensuring our team is as cautious as it can be.

Transport Safety

All our vehicles are monitored through forward and rear facing cameras and drivers are constantly recorded in high resolution video and audio.

Cab sensors are also used to detect events such as distractions, eyes closure or head movements that exceed set parameters. A notification is sent within seconds and the intervention plan is implemented.

Finally, drug and alcohol tests for all drivers are mandatory and go beyond the Australian standard.

Contingency Planning

Safety is our priority, so we’ve developed adequate processes, suitable programs policies and training to mitigate any potential risk and threat as per legislative requirements.

We constantly update our recovery plan, providing smooth and rapid restoration of service, in order to minimise the economic impact of the interruption.

All personnel are regularly trained and skilled on emergency procedures.

We are covered with the highest level of insurance for potential loss, damage or liability related to any kind of cargo or other properties, pollution accidents, workers errors, omissions and injuries.

Social Responsibility

Creating a positive social impact on our community is a key part of our culture.

Children are the nation’s most treasurable asset and they represent the bright future of the country. In partnership with Kalparrin, we help provide the opportunity for special needs children, to feel a very special part of the West Coast Eagle fan club. This very special event where the Children and their parents are treated to an exclusive private tour through the West Coast Eagles Training areas guided by a representative from the Eagles. The event has been running since 2014 is made possible by the continued support of both the East Perth Football Club and the West Coast Eagles.

To remember is to honour.

We are proud to play a very active role in supporting many various commemorative historical Military events around the country. We maintain a fleet of vintage and veteran vehicles as part of the programme as well as providing transport for equipment required to make the events possible. These vehicles include a WWI light Patrol car as well as a replica WWI Ambulance along with an Austin Camp and others.

Each year we have the great honour to have take part in the various parades and provide transport for the veterans.

Some of the events we have supported include;

– Annual ANZAC parades (i.e ANZAC commemorative day in Albany)

– Dowerin Filed days

– Annual Arms and Armour events

– 2014 100 year anniversary of the raising of the 10th light horse in Northam

– 2014 100 anniversary of the launch of the Gallipoli fleet from Albany

– 2014 100 year commemorations Army Museum Fremantle

– 2018 100 year commemorations for the End of WWI

– 2019 100 year commemorations for Campbell Barracks

– 2019 100 year commemorations for the return of the 10th light Horse in Bunbury


Environmental Sustainability

At Goldstar transport, we’re committed to reducing and minimising ozone depletion and global warming.

As we introduce new fleet, we ensure prime-movers and rigids are Euro 6 compliant. The aim of Euro 6 is to reduce levels of harmful car and van exhaust emissions, both in petrol and diesel cars.

Our Environmental Policy establishes procedures for ensuring compliance and is always kept up to date.

Get in touch

Have a question or want to find out more about our safety and quality?

Contact us at Goldstar Transport today.