7 December 2015: Staying alert, staying alive

7 December 2015: Staying alert, staying alive

7 December 2015: Staying alert, staying alive

Staying alert, staying alive is about acknowledging the risks to yourself and colleagues of impairment in the workplace.
Watch and learn from presentations by Graham Darlow, Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch, Michelle Fowler and Rob Sloan.


Hear Graham Darlow, Chair of the Canterbury Rebuild Safety Charter and Chief Executive of Fletcher Construction on the progress of the Charter Steering and Working Groups give an overview on the Charter for 2015.
Kristina Wischnowsky, Business Excellence Manager, Corbel Construction and Chair of the Charter Communications working group welcoming the first group of signatories including Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch.

Lianne Dalziel, Mayor of Christchurch tells us why health and safety is so important to the Christchurch City Council and pledges her 100 percent commitment to the Charter.

Graham is back to pay tribute to those who were there at the beginning and contributed to the start-up success of the Charter. Graham also welcomes the second group of signatories.

Listen to Michelle Fowler, a registered nurse and experienced trainer, talk about alcohol, other drugs and wellbeing.  She spoke about the impact of impairment and the safety issues related to this.

Rob Sloan, Managing Director of Jennian Homes and Chair of the Charter Leadership working group, congratulated the first of our Safety Charter Champions.

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