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Social engineering

A change in the law won’t be enough on its own to shift New Zealanders’ attitudes to health and safety. PETER BATEMAN asked the man behind many of Victoria’s most effective campaigns for some tips.

Incident investigation—Floor failure

Look & learn—A matter of interpretation

CAROL McSWEENEY says gas monitors are your friend, but there are some traps for young players when it comes to interpreting the results.

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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 2014

28 & 29 May 2014 SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

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New Zealand Workplace Health & Safety Awards 2014

28 May 2014 SKYCITY Convention Centre, Auckland

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LegalSAFE 2014: new law, new regulator

Auckland 21 October, Wellington 22 October, Christchurch 23 October 2014

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