If your business is working in construction and has 6 to 99 employees, you might be eligible for a workplace injury prevention subsidy to help pay for health and safety training.
CHASNZ have partnered with ACC, designing a Workplace Injury Prevention (WIP) subsidy that helps small and medium sized businesses in the residential construction sector meet the cost of health and safety training.
This can include front-line leaders such as site managers, health and safety managers, supervisors, team leaders and foremen. The supervisor training programme is the new benchmark in construction, creating a common language and skill set that will lift our performance as an industry.
To be eligible for this subsidy, your business must be:
For more information, including contribution costs, how to redeem this subsidy and terms and conditions, please visit the ACC website here.
After you complete your training, you can sit your ConstructSafe supervisor assessment by contacting an assessment centre.