1. MoBIE caution notice on unsafe use of Ceiling Battens as a method of fall prevention
2. SARNZ Scaffolding Certificates of Competence due for renewal
Arrow International (NZ) Inc has been instrumental to health and safety improvement as project managers in the Earthquake Rebuild. They see their role as fulfilling an educational need to both subcontractors and earthquake-struck home owners in managing hazards.
There has been a noticeable increase in reported speeding through road-work sites around Christchurch
Brosnan Construction has not been around a long time but its success has been instantaneous. Phil Brosnan discusses how they were so quick to receive Charter Accreditation status and his views on health and safety and innovation in construction.
Steve Cassidy of Cassidy Construction discusses how consideration of health and safety while in the design phase of a project can have overall major postiive benefits for the life time of a building.
Arrow International shows how to make eight stories of four-sided scaffolding a healthy and safe environment in amongst earthquake after-shocks, snow, rain and on a tight deadline.
Mainzeal Planning a Safety System in a Challenging Environment
Taranaki Trades Apprentice Safety Challenge innovation in construction safety
Taranaki Construction Safety Group recognising excellence
Fletcher Constructions Doorector an example of trialling and refining safer equipment solutions to improve work practices
Naylor Love Construction Eye Injuries
Q&A: Interview with Central Health & Safety Manager, AJ Staples of Hawkins Construction The leadership measures taken in drugs and alcohol prevention and control at Hawkins Construction
Staying safe after the Canterbury Earthquake
She'll be right" attitude under fire height accident survivor Rhett Brown driving safety on the construction site campaign
Mainzeal shares valuable lessons resulting from a site tragedy, and Employment Terms & Conditions from Department of Labour
The "Glove Up" campaign - asking the Construction and Trades sectors to stop, think, and change their actions when working with chemicals in the workplace.