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New hazard classification system
The seventh revised edition of the Globally Harmonised System (GHS 7) has been adopted as New Zealand’s official ...
Boss burnout: Spot warning signs in yourself
From workloads to wellbeing, the COVID-19 pandemic poses many challenges. As a small business owner or manager, it’s ...
Hand safety in construction by OHS Consultant...
Hands are one of the most injured part of the body in the workplace. Many of these hand ...
AIA Vitality grant recipients get up to $50,0...
Life, health and wellbeing insurer AIA New Zealand is excited to announce the winners of its AIA Vitality ...
Event: Weathering the Covid Storm
Join industry leaders and the Safety Charter to hear how businesses in Canterbury have weathered the Covid-19 storm ...
PPE: requesting masks from Ministry of Health
The Ministry of Health is currently taking requests for masks sourced from its National Reserve. Requests can be ...
H&S in construction – moving from ...
Building and construction sector framework for de-escalation from COVID-19 Alert Level 4 to Alert Level 3 – Health ...
Workers 15 times more likely to die from work...
Annually, an estimated 750-900 people die from work-related health issues in New Zealand. Approximately 250 deaths are work-related ...
Health & safety paperwork not working fo...
Not only is using manual paper based ways to record health and safety documentation a pain - it ...
New guidelines for safe work on precast concr...
Precast concrete is widely used in New Zealand. Offices, homes and parking buildings often include precast panels, beams, ...