WHY CHOOSE WATM?

WATM Crane Sales and Services is a Western Australian privately owned and operated company established in 1974. Our core business is the sales and support of cranes and lifting equipment, and we’re proud of our reputation as being the trusted and reliable go-to name for everything cranes.

As agents and distributors, we’re responsible for the sales, service, parts and installation of these world-class products. From the smallest forklift to the largest crane, our commitment remains the same – to supply the best quality product, backed up by service that is second-to-none.

WATM Benefits:

• Exclusive WA distributor for Manitowoc Cranes (encompassing Grove mobile cranes, Manitowoc crawler cranes and the National range of truck-mounted cranes)

• WA distributor of HIAB’s extensive range of truck-mounted cranes, Moffett truck mounted forklifts, and Multilift hooklifts and skiploaders

• Authorised Pettibone dealer across Australia and the APAC region

• Wide Range of second-hand cranes for sale

As agents and distributors, we’re responsible for the sales, service, parts and installation of these world-class products. From the smallest forklift to the largest crane, our commitment remains the same – to supply the best quality product, backed up by service that is second-to-none.

THE WATM DIFFERENCE

We take our customer service seriously. From sales to service, from spare parts to professional training, we’re committed to providing the best, most cost-effective solutions and reliable backup and support for all our clients.

Safety: Everything we do, we are committed to putting safety first.

Service: We expect and deliver the highest level of customer service. What we say we do.

Team: To be a cohesive and progressive business where we focus on working as a team.

Openness: To work in a business respecting diversity and encouraging ideas, creativity and passion.

People: To be a place where people want to come to work, creating value & making a difference by doing what we do well.

Partners: Work with our suppliers to create mutually rewarding and enduring relationships.

Quality: Our commitment to our customers is to supply the best quality product, backed by the best product support.

“We strive for close cooperation with our customers and business associates, based on loyalty and fair play. Rather than being content with short-lived success, we aim for a long-term relationship.”

WATM IN THE COMMUNITY

Each year, thousands of Australian children are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Our mission is to create a life-changing wish for every one of them. With 700 kids on a, Make-A-Wish Journey in 2019, every dollar helps grant more wishes, which is why your support is so important.

OUR HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT POLICY

WATM’s aim is that no person or the environment will be adversely affected by its activities.

WATMs are committed to taking all practicable steps to ensure that management and staff undertake appropriate actions to ensure the safety of employees, contractors and visitors in the workplace with minimum impact to the environment.

WATMs recognises that health and safety is not one person’s responsibility. All employees and management will actively participate in the continuous development and management of health, safety and environment in the workplace.

WATMs will take all practicable steps to :

  • Identify and report and hazards, which may cause injury or harm and where possible do something about the hazard immediately.
  • Follow all procedures to ensure the safety of all employees, contractors and visitors. Ensure that their actions do not cause harm to themselves or others by failure to act in a safe and responsible manner.
  • Actively participate in the identification, review and development of health, safety and environmental management strategies.
  • Ensure all accidents and incidents are accurately reported promptly.

WATMs employees are required to:

  • Maintain a zero LTI work environment.
  • Provide and maintain a safe working environment. This will be achieved by hazard identification and management, utilising specialist advice and following codes of practice and guidelines.
  • Provide and maintain safe equipment, practices and procedures.
  • Provide training, information and supervision required to ensure that safety and environmental requirements of the job are met.
  • All management personnel shall display a culture of continuous improvement in all aspects of the business with legislative requirements seen as the bare minimum standard.
  • Develop procedures for dealing with emergencies and implement practices that minimise the impact of adverse events.
  • Ensure that all accidents, environmental incidents and health issues are reported, investigated and improvements made.

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