Lendlease Site Access

FAQ's and documents

FAQs and Documents

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This Knowledge Base includes steps to help an administrator check company compliance, search for and edit employees, run reports on competencies or work hours, and create users, among other helpful tips. This process can be completed in Onsite, the Pegasus software that powers Lendlease Site Access.

The Business Rules specify the requirements of the documents you upload in Lendlease Site Access. Ensuring your documents meet these requirements will save time and have your workers approved faster.

Complete this form if you have a new worker who is already registered as a Lendlease contractor, and you need them transferred to your company.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Where do I register as a Lendlease contractor?

Where you register in Lendlease Site Access depends on the project you are registering to work on.

Visit the Find My Lendlease Project page to find details about your project, including a link to the correct system to register your business and employees.

Which Lendlease projects require contractor registration?

Lendlease will be rolling out the Site Access across their Australian projects. Visit Find My Lendlease Project for a current list of projects requiring contractor registration.

How much does contractor registration cost?

Costs to register in Lendlease Site Access depend on the project. Some projects are at no cost to contractors.

Visit the specific project page for details about any costs.

What benefit does Lendlease Site Access have for my company?

Registration ensures your company and employees are qualified to work on Lendlease projects. It allows you to keep your company information up to date in one place online, and to ensure the qualifications and competencies of your employees to work for Lendlease.

Who do I contact if I have questions about Lendlease Site Access?

You can contact the Pegasus team for help and guidance. Visit the Contact Us page for details.

Where do I find the Lendlease Services Orientation Part A Induction?

To carry out any Lendlease services works, workers must first complete the Services Orientation Part A Induction.

Please follow this link to find the induction >>

Lendlease recommends using the Google Chrome browser to complete this induction.

Once completed, you will be required to upload the Certificate of Completion when prompted in Lendlease Site Access. For questions about this induction, please speak to your Lendlease site contact.

Where do I find the GMR 4, Stream 5 passport Induction?

Supervisors and managers working on behalf of Lendlease maybe be prompted to complete the GMR 4 Delivery Induction.

FIND THE INDUCTION HERE >

Lendlease recommends using the Google Chrome internet browser to complete this induction. If you don’t have Chrome installed, please download it.

You will be required to upload the Certificate of Completion for this induction when prompted in Lendlease Site Access. Please speak to your Lendlease site contact if you need more information.

Where do I find the Lendlease Building Orientation Part A Induction?

To carry out any physical works on a Lendlease site, you must first complete the Building Orientation Part A Induction.

Please follow this link to find the induction >>

Lendlease recommends using the Google Chrome browser to complete this induction.

Once completed, you will be required to upload the Certificate of Completion when prompted Lendlease Site Access. For questions about this induction, please speak to your Lendlease site contact.

What’s the difference between Lendlease Site Access and the Worker Portal?

Lendlease Site Access is where Lendlease contracting companies will register their business and employees to work on certain Lendlease projects. Visit Find My Lendlease Project to find details and the correct system link depending on your project.

For some Lendlease projects, workers will be given access by their administrator to the Worker Portal, where they can edit their own personal information, add work roles, update competencies, and upload any required licences. Visit Lendlease Worker Portal to learn more about this portal.

What is the difference between mandatory, conditional & optional competencies when selecting roles in Site Access?

During the role selection process in Lendlease Site Access, you may see competencies grouped under mandatory, conditional or optional headings.

Mandatory

You will be required to submit evidence (licences, for example) against these competencies for verification before your worker can hold this role.

Conditional

May be a requirement based on your site or specific works completed. Your Lendlease project contact can determine if you must supply evidence for these roles.

Optional

Evidence does not need to be supplied for optional competencies, however if held by your workers, it is recommended evidence is uploaded.