As a business owner you will already know it’s an obligation to understand and comply with the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. Health and Safety compliance is good for the wellbeing of your people and your business whereas non-compliance can result in large penalties and increased risk.
This Health and Safety Workshop will take you through the key requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act as they relate to operating a business in New Zealand, and help you to understand:
Your primary duty of care – your responsibility for the health and safety of workers and others influenced by your work
Overlapping duties when working together with other contractors and subcontractors
Risks and how to manage them
How to engage workers and encourage them to do their part
WorkSafe; New Zealand’s primary workplace health and safety regulator.
Learn from Health and Safety Experts
The workshop will be led by Liam Standfield – Manager, Health and Safety at Deloitte.
Liam is an experienced consultant who focuses on developing, implementing, and enhancing health and safety management systems. In his role, he has established tools and dashboards for reporting to management, board and external clients.
Prior to working at Deloitte, Liam led the implementation of a health and safety framework and reporting system across one of the country’s largest civil construction programmes. His work included critical risk frameworks and verification tools, hazardous substance management, contractor management, worker participation programmes and emergency management.
When: Thursday, 4 November 2021
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Book Your Spot Now:
Click here to register to book your spot and take advantage of this free opportunity to get your business’s health and safety sorted.
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This is part of a series of workshops that make up the foundation of our refreshed Procurement Support Service, which helps to prepare Pacific businesses to apply for and win large contracts. The new workshops have been developed as a result of work we have done in collaboration with large suppliers who are seeking Pasifika businesses to fulfil contracts.
You won’t want to miss out on this free learning and networking opportunity.
We hope to see you there.
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