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WorkSafe New Zealand
New Zealand's workplace health & safety regulator. Working with businesses and workers to make Kiwi workplaces safer and healthier.
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WorkSafe New Zealand 8h
Don't miss your last chance to win a rugby coaching session with All Black's legend Richard Loe! Entry details are on our website 👉 
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"It' so important, if people see a line down they don't go near it"⚡️A great message from about staying safe around electricity.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 18
Our Chief Executive Nicole Rosie spoke to this morning about noise-induced hearing loss and what steps you can take to prevent it.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 17
Noise-induced hearing loss has a big impact on workers and is one of the main causes of adult hearing loss. Dr Cathy Stephenson comments on the impact of noise, how it can be irreversibly damaging and the steps you can take to protect your hearing 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 17
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Thanks for sharing! You can find out more about the SafePlus online tool on our website 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 13
A 🔌 for using the right plug at home and at work! 😂 Check out our latest electric vehicle charging fact-sheet for our quick tips on safely charging EVs 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 13
Check out how a kaupapa approach to health and safety for forestry workers encourages workers, employers, Iwi and whānau to improve wellbeing for Māori both at home and at work 🌲
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 12
It's important to think about health and safety risks at the design stage. Good design enhances the health, wellbeing and productivity of workers. Find out about designing with health and safety in mind 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 11
Neil Mookerjee, Duty Holder Review Manager at WorkSafe, talked at the conference about learning from incidents using duty holder reviews. A duty holder review is a review conducted by a business with WorkSafe oversight, when an incident occurs in the workplace.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 10
Our Manager of Education Development Jennie Gianotti presented at the conference last week on the SafePlus products we've developed for businesses, and why it's different to a health and safety audit. Find out more 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 9
Today our Chief Executive Nicole Rosie and Chief Executive Keith Manch signed a Memorandum of Understanding between our two agencies. It sets out how we will work together to get people home from work healthy and safe.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 6
Our Chief Operating Officer Phil Parkes spoke at the conference on what height we set the bar at for health and safety in NZ. We still lag behind similar countries in health and safety performance and much remains to be done to keep people healthy & safe at work in NZ.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 6
Thanks to our Minister for launching our new SafePlus online self-assessment tool yesterday. The SafePlus tool is free to use, and it's ideal for small to medium sized businesses who want to improve their health and safety. Find out all about it👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 6
We're excited to welcome to join us in the new world-first regulatory role of Chief Advisor Health and Safety Innovation, to look into new ways of approaching work health and safety👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 5
Listen in to from 5-7am this Saturday/Sunday to hear from WorkSafe’s Al McCone about our farm safety competition and current trends and challenges in the rural sector.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 5
We’re at the Conference today and tomorrow. So come by the WorkSafe stand if you have any questions about work health and safety - or just to meet the team! 👋
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 5
Silica dust, often produced by construction work, can cause serious lung disease. Removing it from a worksite, and managing people's exposure to it, is essential for worker safety.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 4
Designers have an important role in managing health and safety risks. We've written new guidelines to help you to consider health and safety right from the design phase – whether you’re designing plant, structures or substances👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 4
⛑️🥽🥾🧤Personal protective equipment (PPE) provides protection for workers when all other control measures can’t adequately eliminate or minimise risks to a worker’s health and safety. Check out our new fact sheets about PPE for businesses and workers👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Sep 3
⛅️There's a myth that when you can’t see or feel the sun it can't hurt you. But did you know that around 80% of UV radiation can still get through on a cloudy day? If you or your workers work outdoors, you need to manage the risk of too much UV exposure👉
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