Walsh & Monaghan is committed to providing a best practice valuation service for its clients; a safe and fair work environment for its staff; and ethical business relationships for all its clients.
Both the business and its group of individual valuers comply with current state and federal legislative requirements, as well as independently adhering to high standards of work and professional conduct.
In addition to the specific compliance details provided here, full copies of all of Walsh & Monaghan’s policies can be obtained on request.
Walsh & Monaghan values the performance and wellbeing of its staff very highly, providing training and accreditation courses for its valuers and administrative employees.
These include yearly Continuous Professional Development (CPD) opportunities, certificate registration and API-accreditation for valuers, and regular risk management training.
Walsh & Monaghan complies with all relevant state, federal and local government legislation — including privacy laws, WHS requirements, equal opportunity provisions and anti-discrimination legislation.
The safety of our staff and clients is paramount, and we invite you to see our full policy documents relating to specific legislative responsibilities by simply contacting us. Our Valuers are also bound by the Australian Property Institutes professional practice standards and code of conduct.
Walsh & Monaghan complies with best practice insurance coverage, with comprehensive policies covering Professional Indemnity, Public Liability and Workers Compensation. For more details on these policies please contact us.
At Walsh & Monaghan providing a safe and secure workplace is our number one priority and we have a range of work health and safety documentation and extensive training provided to all staff.
Walsh & Monaghan have an extensive in house quality assurance program. We have fully upgraded our valuation management operating system and have also completed our ISO9001 and ISO27001 certification.
Liability limited by a scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation