Information for contractors

Westlink M7 values safety. To ensure that we maintain a safe environment for our customers, staff and contractors – and for efficient operation of the M7 motorway – all organisations and individuals planning to work anywhere within the M7 corridor, can apply through our online system, Permitted.

This includes planned work on or next to the M7 Shared Path, or at the Westlink M7 Eastern Creek Control Centre site.

To register your company details with Westlink M7 and get individuals M7 Site Ready and M7 Inducted, follow the steps below.

Step 1: Company Registration

To register your company or organisation with the Westlink M7, email the following information to access@m7.com.au.

  • Company/entity name
  • Company ABN
  • Attach current copy of Public Liability (min $20M) and Work Cover Certificates (*insurance documentation can be updated annually for your company to remain registered)

Once company registration information and documentation is received, a site agreement will be established between your company and Westlink Services Pty Limited, the Westlink M7 Operations and Maintenance provider.

Step 2: Individuals – M7 Site Ready and M7 Induction

Individuals accessing the M7 corridor or working on site can log-in to Permitted and get M7 Site Ready and M7 Inducted, once company registration is complete.

Individuals will need to have a valid work email address and mobile number, and upload proof of identity, copies of work tickets and qualifications, and have their company ABN.

Individual workers will also complete an online M7 induction, and attend a face-to-face induction session at the Westlink M7 Eastern Creek Control Centre, annually.

Information about the face-to-face induction session will be provided to individuals, by email, once the online induction has been completed.

Please note, individual online registration can take up to one hour, per employee.

Individuals - Log in to Permitted with a valid work email address and a mobile number.

Step 3: Work Authority Permit (WAP)

Once the organisation is registered with Westlink Services Pty Ltd and individuals are M7 Site Ready and M7 inducted, organisations and individuals can apply to work in the M7 corridor by completing an online Work Authority Permit (WAP) in Permitted.

Work authority permits should be submitted a minimum five business days prior to any proposed works being carried out.

Depending on the nature of work, Westlink M7 may request a meeting or consult with relevant stakeholders, or seek further information about the works, before approval to work in the M7 corridor can be given.

Westlink M7 recommends contacting the M7 as early as practicable in the planning stages of contractor works, to ensure all requirements can be met and to minimise the potential for any delays.

Traffic Control and ROL

Companies or individuals carrying out work for entities other than the Westlink M7, must engage their own traffic control and obtain their own road occupancy licence (ROL), for work in the M7 motorway corridor.

Own Traffic control is also required for work on or next to the M7 Shared Path, for the safety of workers, pedestrians and cyclists.

All traffic control plans must be certified, before they can be submitted to the Westlink M7 for a Work Authority Permit approval.

Developer and Landowners

Developers and landowners working on projects and properties next to the Westlink M7 motorway, including the M7 Shared Path, may request information or ask for a technical review of the impact of proposed works, in advance of a development application.

Developers and landowners may need to consult with specialist advisors and should conduct their own investigations including Dial-Before-You-Dig.

Contact Westlink M7

For further information about accessing the Westlink M7 corridor to do work, please contact our project team on 02 9834 9200 or access@m7.com.au.