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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 Apr 17
Failing to provide a copy of manufacturers instructions, including steps on safe removal left a worker with left a worker with serious injuries to their arm
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 16
Worker left with serious injuries to his arm after helping to remove decommissioned x-ray machine at Dunedin Hospital 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 16
Congratulations to all the finalists in the New Zealand Workplace Health and Safety Awards announced this week 🎉 This year's entries showcased a wide variety of approaches been taken to prevent injury and illness and promote wellbeing 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 15
And that's a wrap! Joseph Watts took out the East Coast regional Young Farmer or the Year title over the weekend, wrapping up all the regional competitions across the country 👍
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 14
The Construction Sector Accord, which was announced at the weekend, commits to achieving a more productive, capable and resilient sector with a focus on health, safety and wellbeing 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 11
Worker fatally injured by destabilised beam that fell towards them striking them across the arm, torso, neck and head 👉 
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 9
Hi there, you can report concerns to us online via this form :)
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 7
Wallace Murray Electrical Limited fined after worker left with serious burns to his hands following electrical explosion at Waikiwi pumping station 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 7
Turakina sheep and beef farmer Alex Field took out the Taranaki/Manawatū title, beating six other finalists in the competition in Whanganui over the weekend. Nice mahi Alex!
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WorkSafe New Zealand Apr 3
Food manufacturer Heinz Wattie’s has been fined more than $281,000 after boiling brine entered a worker’s gumboots, burning their lower legs 👉
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 27
Shout out to our Senior Mine Plans Analyst Rachel Carne who recently spoke to Inside Resources about the extractives industry and how many talented women are working in the sector 🙌💪
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 24
Emma Dangen took out the Waikato/Bay of Plenty regional competition over the weekend. Ka pai Emma!
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 20
Replying to @GrowFromHereNZ
Hi there, thanks for passing this on.
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Ministry of Health - Manatū Hauora Mar 17
Coping after a traumatic event requires support. Along with 1737, we've developed a new resource to assist those in mental distress as a result of Friday’s traumatic event in Christchurch. It’s currently available in Arabic and English. For more info:
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 17
Huge congrats to Auckland-based Fonterra business graduate James Robertson who took out the Northern FMG Young Farmer of the Year award last Saturday. The event saw eight finalists tackle a series of gruelling modules! Nice work James!
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 15
Replying to @TKOIrish
Hi David, that doesn’t sound good 😕 Can you please fill in our form so our team can look into it? Thanks.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 13
Replying to @Kiwi__Patriot
That doesn’t sound good at all 😕 Can you please fill in our notification form so our team can take a look into this? Thanks.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 11
We're so excited to be working with our new advertising partner !
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 10
Getting the job done is important, but not if the hours required to do it put you or your workers at risk of injury or death.
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WorkSafe New Zealand Mar 6
Kia Ora Paul, could you please fill out our notification form with details about this? Our Response team can then take a look and decide on the best action to take - thanks!
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