Filled with a hazard register, accident register, toolbox talk template and more! SSSP is a common request on NZ sites. More
Empowering workers with ongoing education and advice is key to promoting a culture of safety.
Like our members - Site Safe takes the leadership path. As the industry's health and safety advocate - we provide the best developments in adult education, tools and ideas for the workplace.
Through membership relationships, liaison groups, and Charter leadership forums we engage with industry and understand how best to meet its needs.
Our services develop industry individuals to 'lift the bar' on safety on the work site.
We assist construction businesses to improve their health and safety culture; to control hazards and reduce injuries - that's been our goal since 1999. Site Safe is membership based, not-for-profit, and our services cater to the entire construction and related industries. Our nationwide team of health and safety professionals offer safety systems, training, consultancy, audits, resources, information and more.
Managing Asbestos in the Canterbury Rebuild - FREE event
The 2014 Brick and Blocklayers Federation of NZ Skills Maintenance Roadshow
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...I have to say, that was one of the best, if not the best, training course I have ever been on. I've attended a lot of these over the years and even delivered some myself, so I feel pretty qualified in saying you nailed it! I learnt a great deal and took away some founding key messages, and I know that everyone else in the room did as well
Dan Forster - Damwatch
Now in its fourteenth year, Site Safe celebrates 500,000 safe actions of health and safety training being completed by people within the construction industry.
Site Safe is proud to present the annual Evening of Celebration - the Certificate in Construction Site Safety Graduation and Construction Health and Safety Awards Ceremony.
Over 300 people from across the construction industry attended the 2013 Site Safe Evening of Celebration at the Auckland Ellerslie Event Centre on 30 th October.More
Contractors working without Site Safe accreditation need not apply for work on New Zealand Defence Force construction projects, as the organisation continues to strengthen its commitment to safety.
Earlier this year, the Defence Force commissioned an independent external review of its safety management and training systems and all of its recommendations are currently being implemented.