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How to Improve Health & Safety in the Workplace

The implementation of health and safety systems is an ongoing process that requires constant monitoring and adjustment to be most successful. It's a process that is sometimes referred to as the Health and Safety Improvement Cycle. By working through the cycle of Review, Plan and Action, you can set up and support effective health and [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

Sun Protection Imperative for Outdoor Workers

UV radiation is a high-energy radiation that can cause damage to human cells. It can result in sunburn and may lead to cancer. New Zealand has one of the highest rates of melanoma cancer in the world, putting people who work outdoors at risk. From farmers and construction workers to gardeners and courier drivers, employers [...]

By | February 22nd, 2017|Blog|0 Comments

New Health and Safety Regulations Changing NZ Farm Culture

Farm work has its share of risks and while health and safety is nothing new, the new health and safety regulations look set to be changing the traditional “she’ll be right” NZ farm culture. The new regulations which were brought in last year mean farmers are responsible for taking the lead on creating a positive health [...]

By | October 20th, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Health and Safety Reforms to Help Reduce Workplace Ignorance and Systems Failure

The recent Health and Safety reforms aim to reduce New Zealand’s workplace injury and death toll by 25 per cent as early as 2020. It’s a big target and the biggest shake-up to our health and safety legislation in 20 years. So it’s not surprising there are people still trying to get their heads around [...]

By | August 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments

Increased Need for Workplace Health & Safety Courses

The controversial Health and Safety at Work Act came into force in April this year and many small businesses are still coming to grips with the changes. The new act has a much broader reach. While the person conducting the business or undertaking (PCBU) is considered to hold the primary duty of care, everyone's responsibility has [...]

By | August 22nd, 2016|Blog|0 Comments
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