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Private to public

Six months into the role, the chief executive of WorkSafe New Zealand talks to PETER BATEMAN about pain, risk, maturity, and people who have influenced her. She even slips in a recruiting plug.

Better conversations

They arrived curious and cautious and they left energised and enabled. PETER BATEMAN reports on the 2017 Safeguard conference.

Legal viewpoint—A serious undertaking

GRANT NICHOLSON and RICHARD MONIGATTI look at the lessons from the first enforceable undertaking under the HSW Act.

News, compliance and best practice

As well as News (Alert24 Safeguard Update, online and in print) and Inspiration/Best Practice (Safeguard magazine in print and online) we have Safety Partner, your Compliance toolkit containing two online modules.

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Safeguard National Health & Safety Conference 2017

31 May-1 June, SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

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New Zealand Workplace Health & Safety Awards 2017

31 May 2017 SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

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LegalSafe 2017

10-12 October 2017

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