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Our new cohort of trainee health and safety inspectors recently had the opportunity to present to WelTec’s building and construction apprentices at the Wellington campus.
Companies cannot be complacent about working from heights, says WorkSafe, after a worker died as a result of injuries sustained in a fall at CentrePort in Wellington.
Our June work-related health update.
There have been two recent incidents in which a truck came into contact with another queuing dump truck in the loading zone.
Phil Stirling Building Limited and Duncan Engineering Limited were both sentenced after two workers were seriously injured while building a milking shed in Southland.
Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Iain Lees-Galloway today announced two new appointments and two re-appointments to the Board of WorkSafe New Zealand.
A South Island meat manufacturing company’s failure to safely guard its machinery and properly train staff has left one of its workers with serious injuries.
WorkSafe New Zealand has announced it strongly recommends the use of crush protection devices (CPDs) on the back of quad bikes.
The May issue of our Energy Safety Business Update.
WorkSafe says failure to comply with its investigation processes will not be tolerated and there will be serious consequences for anyone who refuses to cooperate.
This safety alert highlights the serious health and safety risks of exposure to high levels of respirable crystalline silica (RCS) in the stone benchtop manufacturing industry.