Welcome To Treated With Colour!
Commercial, Industrial and Domestic Painting / Signage.
Painting / Signage Services


Signage, Painting, Decorating, Colour consulting, Building Concepts




Colour Consulting

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Treated With Colour's vision is to be Australia's finest painting, signage and building concept organisation.

We aspire to:
  • have people that are engaged, passionate and valued
  • provide a service experience our customers appreciate
  • deliver top quality workmanship to our clients
  • be respected and admired in our industry

We want to be the organisation chosen by customers because of our outstanding service. Ultimately, we want to be known as a great company to do business with, work and invest in.


Our strategy focuses on several priority areas and emphasizes the importance of getting the basics right.


Improving customer service is our highest priority. We want our customers to experience our people as knowledgable, skillful, friendly and able to do the job right first time, every time.

This will be achieved by:
  • ensuring a Group-wide focus on service desciplines
  • improving customer engagement
  • ensuring treated with colour is easy to do business with
  • providing value-for-money services


We want to be regarded as having a highly skilled and motivated workforce.

To ensure this we will:
  • continually develop the professional skills of our people through ongoing training in new techniques and product.
  • be committed to fulfilling corporate and legal occupational health and safety resposibilities by implementing and maintaining policies, procedures and practices to provide a healthy and safe work place.
  • to create an inclusive where people are treated with respect and dignity, where all our people are able to contribute to their maximum potential, and where the diversity of ideas, work styles and perspectives is valued and utilized to help grow the business.
  • our performance feedback and review policy recognizes that our people must understand the work of their role and the performance standards reqired for high quality customer service.
  • we support and encourage employees wishing to enhance their professional development through tertiary study assistance, professional memberships and trade workshops.


Trust and team spirit focuses on achieving a culture of teamwork and collaboration where our people feel engaged, passionate and valued.

This will be realized by:
  • our continual investment in talent management and rotation programs.
  • our focus on the wellbeing and safety of our people.
  • our ability to build our people's pride in treated with colour through increased community involvement.


It's our executive team who ensure the business works together to support staff and acieve positive outcomes for our clients and their projects.

All treated with colour staff are qualified trades people of the highest quality, with many having more than 20 years of experience within the building, construction and design industries.

Treated with colour ia a long-standing supporter of community activities and organizations. This support is directed at a broad range of activities that bring long term benefits to australians and reflect community activities and organizations. Areas of particular emphasis include youth, education, medical, science and technology and the environment.

We see our youth as the future.

We will manage health and safety issues typical to the painting and decorating trade by:

Occupational Health and Safety

  1. Tidiness
    Ensuring work progresses in a tidy manner, work areas are kept clear of rubbish and work areas are left in a clean and tidy condition. Ensuring rubbish is placed where arranged with the Principal Contractor.
  2. Material Handling and Storage
    Ensuring materials and equipment are stored on site in a manner that does not cause injury or illness. Warning signs may be erected if appropriate.

    Not permitting smoking where flammable paints are stored.

    Ensure the manufacturers requirements regarding handling and storage of paint and chemicals are followed.
  3. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
    Ensuring breathing protection is worn whenever paint is applied through spraying.

    Ensuring that when applying polyurethane or 2 part epoxy compounds with a brush or roller, breathing protection is worn.

    Ensuring that breathing protection will protect the wearer from hazardous vapours and complies with Australian Standard 1715 - Selection, use and maintenance of respiratory protective devices.

    Providing and ensuring the use of items of personal protective equipment where it is not practical to control risk of injury by other means.

    Ensuring helmets are worn when there is a risk of injury to the head, for example when working underneath other trades. Ensuring appropriate protective footwear is used. For painting and decorating, shoe selection requires extra attention to be paid to the grip and flexibility of the shoe.
  4. Chemicals
    Ensuring that when using chemicals (including paints), the manufacturers requirements are followed. Further information can be found on material safety data sheets (MSDS"s), which must be provided by the supplier or manufacturer on the purchaser"s request.
  5. Ladders
    Ensuring ladders are of an industrial standard and comply with and are used in accordance with the requirements of Australian Standard 1892 - Portable ladders. Bulletin 28 VWA

    Ensuring attention is given to tying off ladders to the structure, where there is a likelihood of the ladder becoming unstable.

    Ensuring attention is given to base stability, particularly on soft or uneven soils.

    Ensuring domestic type ladders are not used and ladders are in a sound working condition. For example, the slip resistant feet are fitted and maintained, rungs and stiles in good condition.
  6. Working Platforms on Trestle Ladders and Adjustable Trestles
    Platforms (eg scaffold planks) on trestles provide a bigger, more stable surface to work from than a ladder rung.

    Ensuring trestles are erected in accordance with suppliers instructions, and good practice, as outlined in Australian Standard 1892 for trestle ladders and Australian Standard 6001for adjustable trestles.

    Ensuring platforms are erected as near as reasonable to level, and are stepped rather than sloped, for example when working on gables.

    Ensuring platforms are in good and sound condition.

    Ensuring attention is given to placing trestles on a firm surface.
  7. Working Platforms on Scaffolds
    Ensuring scaffolds comply with relevant parts of the Australian Standard 6001 Working platforms for Housing construction Ensuring the scaffold is erected in accordance with suppliers instructions, is as near as reasonable to level, and is fully decked when being used.
  8. Electrical
    Ensuring portable electrical equipment is of an industrial standard. 3. Ensuring residual current devices are used with all electrical equipment. Check if builder has residual current device fitted.

    Ensuring power leads are located to minimise the risk of damage and are kept out of puddles, and plugs are kept dry. Ensuring extra protection for, or relocation of power leads occurs in areas of high traffic.

    Ensuring portable electrical equipment and power leads are maintained in a safe working condition. Ensuring double adaptors, 3-pin adaptors (piggy back), and lightly constructed domestic type appliances are not used for work purposes.
  9. Manual Handling
    Ensuring light weight equipment is used where possible, to reduce unnecessary stress and strain known to be a common cause of manual handling injury. Examples include aluminium trestles, ladders and scaffolds, in place of heavier steel and timber.

    Encouraging and using good manual handling techniques. For example:
    • When bending or lifting try to vary duties or change posture.
    • When bending to lift objects try to maintain an inclined back.
    • and bent knees to a semi-squat where your feet are stable on the ground and you assume a power lifter stance.
    • When lifting awkward and heavy items, use mechanical aids.
    • Where this is not possible consider team lifting where people are trained.
  10. Lighting
    Providing adequate lighting if work is to be undertaken in areas where insufficient light may cause injury.
  11. Guarding on tools and equipment
    Ensuring guards are fitted and working effectively before tools and equipment are used.
  12. Maintenance and use of equipment
    Ensuring equipment is adequately maintained and used in accordance with the manufacturers instructions (for example air & power tools).
  13. Warning signs
    Warning signs may be required for some hazardous situations. Hazardous situations may include situations where spray painting is taking place, painters working overhead and dangerous goods stored here.

    Ensuring warning signs are clearly visible to any persons who are approaching the area in which the hazardous situation exists.
  14. Ultra violet light
    Encouraging employees to wear adequate clothing, and use other protection, to protect them from the effects of working in the sun.
  15. First Aid
    Providing a first aid kit which is adequate for the type of injuries which may occur while performing painting and decorating work.
  16. Health and Safety Induction. Ensuring that employees who are unfamiliar with health and safety issues receive instruction on safe work procedures and practices.
  17. Fire control
    Ensuring a fire extinguisher is supplied where flammable paints are used or stored.
  18. Other Persons
    Ensuring that our work does not cause health and safety problems for the other trades and the public.
  19. Training and Skill
    Ensuring that my employees are sufficiently trained and skilled to perform the work in a healthy and safe manner.

Contact Us

e: twcgallery@bigpond.com
p: John Nuccitelli +61 418 177 805