In all procurement and supplier engagement activities, Pacific National is committed to demonstrating probity and transparency. Pacific National’s procurement objectives are:

  • Achieve the lowest total cost of ownership
  • Demonstrate probity and transparency
  • Manage risk
  • Manage Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) considerations

Consistent with our overall vision, Pacific National is committed to delivering sustainable procurement outcomes and managing supply chain risks to improve supplier diversity and labour practices.

In addition, Pacific National is continuously looking to improve interactions with our suppliers as part of the procurement and management process.

To support this, all suppliers engaged by Pacific National must comply with applicable policy requirements at all times.


Contractors that are engaged by Pacific National and perform work at a Pacific National site or office are required to be registered and compliant within the Avetta Contractor Management System. Pacific National uses Avetta for Contractor pre-qualification checks to ensure our minimum requirements for insurance and company license requirements are met and relevant risks are identified prior to commencement of work.

Avetta can be accessed here

Code of Conduct and Human Rights in the supply chain

Pacific National recognises the need for all businesses to address issues of modern slavery and fair labour practices, which is why we have developed a Supplier Code of Conduct to outline the expectations and standards for all our suppliers. This code includes supplier-specific safety requirements and legislative requirements to address human rights-related risk in supply chains, conflicts of interest and guidance on the appropriate behaviours and practices when working with Pacific National. 

Terms and Conditions

The following Supplier Terms and Conditions apply: Purchase Order Terms and Conditions

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