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June 2021 Newsletter

In this months newsletter

  • A drop of culture
  • Better questions are now being asked….
  • Meet our working group members
    • Brad Sara, Professional Services Working Group
    • Joseph Zermatten, H&S Leadership Group
  • WorkSafe NZ Life Shavers Campaign
  • Mark in your diary our upcoming Mentoring Event
  • Subscriptions Due
  • Mental wellbeing continuum
  • NZISM & NZOHNA Canterbury CPD Day
  • Welcome to new members
Charter Update June 2021
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February ’21 Newsletter

03 February 2021
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In this issue Godzone, are we there yet? A new Investigation Approach H&S Insights Project Report H&S Leadership Group Workshop details Risk NZ Workshop opportunity MHERC – training opportunities Charter Update February 2021 View in browser February 2021 Update Godzone, are we there yet? Growing up in middle-class New Zealand it did not take long to realise what the term Godzone was all about. The phrase originated in the works […]

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HSR Insights Project

01 February 2021
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In November, the Charter was engaged by WorkSafe NZ to gather data around Health and Safety Representatives in Christchurch. The purpose was to gather insights into the HSR role, which would enable WorkSafe to develop policies to better support HSR’s and reduce workplace harm. The feeling is that HSR’s are an under-utilised resource, and that there is a lack of consistency regarding their specific function and training. The study considered […]

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December 2020 Newsletter

09 December 2020
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In this Issue Dignity & wellbeing Whakaari White Island – an overview BIM – Building Information Modelling Charter Leadership Group Launched Save the Date – Health & Wellness at Work Risk Standards Workshop Charter Christmas Closure Blokes Book – updated edition out NOW WorkSafe’s Claude is back ACC H&S Subsidies Welcome to new Charter Members Charter December 2020 Update View in browser December 2020 Update Dignity and Wellbeing Recently the […]

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November 2020 Newsletter

03 November 2020
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In this issue; Psychology 101: Animals and vegetables The evolving treatment of Risk – insurance industry changes Legislation, Insurance and Empathy in the workplace Safety at the forefront for Cathedral Project Last Chance Registrations for ‘Still Under Construction – 5 years on from HSAW Act 2015’ Health & Safety by Design: Robinson Bay Wharf Project Video WorkSafe – new safety campaign New Charter Members Charter Mentoring Programme Let the Charter […]

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October Newsletter

07 October 2020
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In this months newsletter…. A proactive approach Pride comes before a fall Charter Events Construction Clients Group; Safety in Design Forum NAWIC – growing and celebrating excellence New Charter Members WorkSafe launches online resource Celebrate H&S Champions Charter Mentoring Programme Charter October Update View in browser September 2020 Update A proactive approach…… It is almost a year since I started as General manager of the Safety Charter and my journey […]

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Lifting the Bar II

20 September 2020
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The Canterbury Safety Charter’s Professional Services Working Group is please to bring you a health and safety by design (HSD) event. Join the following presenters on Friday, 16 October at Turanga, TSB Space, 60 Cathedral Square from 11.30am – 1.30pm to hear how HSD processes can affect legal compliance, Insurance liability and covid considerations. This event will also include a presentation of how a community of volunteers used HSD principals […]

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