Terms & Conditions
By making a booking on a Site Safe Training Course (using the Online Booking System) you agree to be bound by these terms and conditions.
Terms of Sale
- Course Seats (Tickets) are sold on an individual basis. Course Seats (Tickets) purchased through the Site Safe Online Booking System are valid only at the Site Safe Training Course selected at the time of booking.
What to Bring to the Course
- Your Course Confirmation, which is emailed to the purchaser at time of booking.
- Any Vouchers (promotional codes) used to make the booking.
For all 1 or 2 day courses:
- Birth Certificate, Travel Passport or Certificate of Citizenship.
For specific courses:
- For the Leadership in Safety Course bring: your company's health and safety plan
- For the Electrical Passport Course bring: your testing equipment
- For the Height & Harness Safety Course bring: your own work boots, hard-hat, hi-vis and harness if possible.
Individual Trainee Requirements
- Site Safe requires notification prior to a course if you have any employee/s attending our training courses who may have any individual requirements such as English language difficulties, wheel chair (or other access requirements), hearing loss, any learning difficulties, special dietary requirements, etc so that we are able to cater to specific trainee needs.
Statutory Information Statement for Trainees/Students Required Under Section 234B of the Education Act
- Site Safe New Zealand Inc. charges no student service fees. There are no governing members of Site Safe New Zealand Inc. that have material conflicts of interest.
Transfer of Course Seats (Tickets)
- Course Seats (Tickets) are transferable to another person without restriction. The purchaser is not required to inform Site Safe of the intended attendee in advance.
Variations and Notification
- Site Safe NZ Inc (Site Safe) reserves the right to change the date, start time, location or trainer of any Site Safe Training Course without prior notice.
- Site Safe will make reasonable efforts to inform the purchasers of Course Seats (Tickets) where any change is made to the advertised details of a Site Safe Training Course.
Changes and Cancellations
- Changes to bookings are permitted up to 5 working days prior to the scheduled start time of the Site Safe Training Course. Please contact us or email email@example.com to request a change.
- Cancellations are permitted up to 5 working days prior to the scheduled start time of the Site Safe Training Course. Please contact us or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a cancellation.
- Changes or Cancellations made within 5 working days of the scheduled start time of the Site Safe Training Course are not refundable.
- Failure to attend the Site Safe Training Course will result in forfeiture of any payment made or Site Safe Voucher (promotional codes) number quoted.
Right of Admittance
- Site Safe reserves the right to refuse admittance to any Site Safe Training Course at the sole discretion of the trainer.
- Requests for refunds may be made by contacting us or emailing email@example.com. Refunds are made to the original purchaser using the original purchase method where possible.
- Customers with a credit balance (Online Credit) are entitled to a refund of all or any part of the balance at any time. Refund requests can be made by contacting us or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Privacy, Legal, Intellectual Property, Site Safe Vouchers (Promotional Codes)
- The Site Safe Privacy Information, Legal Information and Intellectual Property Information statements are incorporated into these terms and conditions.
- The Terms and Conditions of Site Safe Vouchers (promotional codes) remain applicable to Site Safe Voucher (promotional codes) purchasers and holders.
Additional Charges - General
- The right is reserved to charge a fee for changes, cancellations, credit card transactions and other payment processing at a future date. No such fee is currently charged.
- All foreign language courses attract a per-attendee surcharge which will be charged by invoice.
Trainee Eligibility Criteria - Certificate in Construction Site Safety
Trainees who do not meet the following criteria will be unable to enrol in the Certificate in Construction Site Safety programme:
- not a New Zealand Citizen;
- not an Australian, Cook Island, Tokelau or Niue Citizen;
- not a NZ Resident (does not hold a NZ Residence Permit or current NZ Returning Resident's Visa);
- an International Student;
- under 16 years of age
- in a formal training agreement with an Industry Training Organisation (ITO);
- a full-time student with a New Zealand Tertiary Institution
You can however complete the individual course you have enrolled in with Site Safe and obtain your ID card or certificate upon completion.
Consultancy Work Terms and Conditions
- The Consultant has not and will not during the term of this agreement or at any other time after it, assume any obligation as the Clients agent or other which may be imposed on the Client from time-to-time pursuant to the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992, arising out of the engagement. The Consultant and the Client agree that for the purpose of the Act, the Consultant will not be the person who controls the place of work in terms of the Act.
- The Consultant shall be responsible for their own safety and for seeing that all actions or failures to act do not harm any other person. The Consultant, at all times, shall comply with the provisions of the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992, Regulations and Amendments Bill 2002.
- The Client shall provide to the Consultant, free of cost, as soon as practicable following any request for information, all information in his or her power to obtain which may pertain to the services. The Consultant shall not, without the Clients prior consent, use information provided by the Client for purposes unrelated to the services. In providing the information to the Consultant, the Client shall ensure compliance with the Copyright Act 1994 and shall identify any proprietary rights that any other person may have in any information provided.
- The Consultant shall retain copyright of all intellectual property prepared by the Consultant. The Client shall be entitled to use them or copy them only for the works and the purpose for which they were intended. The ownership of data and factual information collected by the Consultant and paid for by the Client shall after payment by the Client, lie with the Client. The Client may reproduce drawings, specifications and other documents in which the Consultant has copyright, as reasonably required and for its own business purposes. The Client shall have no right to use any of these documents where any or all of the fees and expenses payable to the Consultant have not been paid in accordance with this Agreement.
- Neither the Client nor the Consultant shall be considered liable for any loss or damage resulting from any occurrence unless a claim is formally made on him or her within six years from completion of the services.
- The Consultant shall only be liable to the Client, either in contract or in tort, for direct loss or damage suffered by the Client as the result of a breach by the Consultant or his or her obligations under this agreement.
- In providing the services the Consultant shall exercise the degree of skill, care and diligence normally expected of a competent professional. Notwithstanding any other obligation in this agreement, the maximum aggregate liability of either party to the other party in respect of his or her services for the project shall be limited to the greater of five times the value of the fees (plus GST and disbursements) or the sum of $100,000. The Client acknowledges that the Consultant currently holds a policy of professional indemnity insurance for the greater amount of $NZ100,000 or five times the value of the fees (plus GST and disbursements). The Consultant undertakes to take all reasonable endeavours to maintain a similar policy of insurance for six years after the completion of the services.
- In the case of a grievance or dispute between the Consultant and the Client both parties will agree that such grievance or dispute be referred to an independent mediator appointed by the senior management of both Site Safe and the Client for resolution and settlement, and agree to abide by the outcome of said conciliation process.
- Unresolved disputes will be referred to arbitration in accordance with the Arbitration Act 1996.
- Notwithstanding the terms of the Contract as outlined above, this Contract may be terminated by either party on 14 calendar days notice, given in writing, to the other party.
- The Consultant shall not without the prior written consent of the Client assign or subcontract, whether wholly or in part, any of its obligations under this Contract without the prior written consent of the Client except only in respect of services bought or procured in the normal course of the Consultants business.
- Where services are carried out on a time charge basis, the Consultant may purchase such incidental goods and/or services as are reasonably required for the Consultant to perform the services. The cost of obtaining such incidental goods and/or services shall be payable by the Client. The Consultant shall maintain records which clearly identify time and expenses incurred.
- The Client may order variations to the services in writing or may request the Consultant to submit proposals for variation to the services. Unless otherwise specified any variations will be charged at the agreed Contract fee.
- The Consultant cannot comment on any health and safety issues that are not identified during the delivery of services under this Contract. Site Safe and its Consultants make no claim that all health and safety issues will be identified and accept no responsibility for any incidents that may arise from those unidentified issues.
- Any advice or recommendations provided by the Consultant are made in good faith as guidance that will assist the recipient in compliance with legal requirements, industry standards, and internal policies and procedures. It is solely at the discretion of the recipient to implement such guidance and Site Safe and its Consultants accept no liability for the outcomes of implementing any advice or recommendations.
Other Terms and Conditions
- Course Seats (Tickets) may not be resold without prior written agreement from Site Safe.
- All transactions will be billed in New Zealand Dollars.
- Site Safe reserves the right to change these Terms and Conditions without notice.
- Site Safe reserves the right to change the pricing of products and or services without prior notice.
Terms & Conditions - Non Website Bookings (Retail and other Paper Voucher (Promotional Codes) Sales)
- No refund or replacement will be made for any lost pre-paid training voucher.
- A pre-paid training voucher is non-refundable. The voucher cannot be exchanged for cash and cannot be used for any purpose other than the applicable training course. The voucher may be used only by the Purchaser of the voucher or an Employee of the Purchaser.
- The voucher entitles one person to attend one Site Safe training course of the type specific on the front of the pre-paid training voucher.
- Attendance at any applicable training course must be booked in advance and is subject to availability at the time of booking.
- You may only cancel a booking or transfer a booking to an alternative applicable training course provided you give the Trainer for that training course at least 5 working days prior notice of cancellation or transfer. Any failure to attend the training course that is booked using the voucher will mean the voucher becomes invalid.
- The voucher must be presented to the relevant course Trainer before the start of the applicable training course. Site Safe will refuse entry to a training course if any person does not present a valid voucher where required.