CMTA was established in Australia, however quickly looked beyond our borders to identify industry that could benefit from our products and services. Our logo is a representation of the Nautilus shell, we have selected this logo and what the shell represents, and applied it to how we do business:

  • Represents flow of elements from the centre out - the flow is information and knowledge
  • Represents growth – one layer builds on top of another layer
  • The spiral represents order
  • Represents sustainability
  • It symbolises expansion and renewal
  • Signifies importance of environmental protection. Nautilus are known as living fossils.

Key components of how CMTA runs its business include effective communication, job planning, people and environmental protection, and sustainable business practices to support growth.

Business management

CMTA is committed to protecting the health and safety of people and reducing impact on the environment. Our commitments are achieved through open communication, planning and consolidation of ideas derived by the team.

The policies, procedures and other methods for achieving our commitments and expectations are documented in our Business Management System that has been certified by Bureau Veritas Certification as meeting the requirements of:

  • AS/NZS ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management Systems
  • AS/NZS 4801: 2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems
  • OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational health and safety management systems – Specifications
  • AS/NZS ISO 14001: 2004 Environmental Management Systems

Through this management system, there is a streamlined approach for identifying and effectively managing risk throughout all areas of CMTA International. This ensures our customers and clients receive high quality work, done safely and without impact on the environment.

The safety of people and protection of the environment is critical in delivering an excellent service. Our business management system enables these key objectives to be achieved through effective risk management and continual improvement.