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
Canterbury Safety Charter
The Safety Charter produces a Monthly newsletter that provides members with up-to-date
and relevant health and safety information, including what is happening in the construction sector along with Upcoming Events and Workshops.
The Canterbury Safety Charter is pleased to offer this exciting development opportunity for workplace Health and Safety Representatives (HSR) to better understand their role and collaborate with other HSR’s. The workshop is aimed at attendees gaining insights into the following areas; · Motivation · Training · Support from PCBU · Networks · Role of an HSR HSR Insights workshop 1 : Thursday 15th October, 8:30 – 10am REGISTER HSR Insights workshop […]Read More →
The Gift that keeps on Giving Work Place Hazards What If…. Workshop Review News in Brief Canterbury Mens Centre World Suicide Prevention Day Health & Safety Scholarship Health & Safety Survey Upcoming Charter Events New Members Nominate a Charter Champion Charter Mentoring Programme Charter September Update View in browser September 2020 Update As I have alluded to in previous articles, the Covid-19 pandemic has been an incredible and very real […]Read More →
Lessons from a Crisis View from the Board Workplace Injury Prevention Subsidy HASAN Scholarship Open Weathering the Storm Video Meet the Board Workshop: Crisis Management Flying the Flag for suicide prevention New Members *|MC:SUBJECT|* August 2020 Lessons from a Crisis Lessons from a crisis? The first Safety Charter workshop of the year is coming up on the 28th August, with the relevant topic of Crisis Management. This event is […]Read More →
Matt Jones is the Director/Principal Consultant of Advanced Safety, Founder of the Business Leaders New Zealand, Founder of the New Zealand Health and Safety Professionals, radio host of ‘Health and Safety Unplugged’ and ‘Business Leaders New Zealand’, podcast producer and one of the first health and safety professionals to become Health and Safety Association of New Zealand (HASANZ) registered. Father of five, mentor and volunteer, Matt is passionate about helping individuals […]Read More →
The MATES flags are a visual reminder to stop and take a moment to re-commit to being a mate who will look out for a mate. To have that 10 seconds of courage to say, ‘Hey mate, are you OK?’ What is Fly the Flag?Fly the Flag is for the construction industry to show support, and raise awareness about mental health and suicide prevention. The message is about taking the time out […]Read More →
HASANZ announce their 2020 Scholarships Scholarships towards tertiary qualifications in workplace health and safety are presented annually by HASANZ. Applications are welcome from health and safety practitioners who want to develop their career and take their skills to the next level. There are five categories of scholarship. General Scholarships – for practitioners and health and safety representatives who wish to upskill to a diploma or degree. Postgraduate Scholarships – for people […]Read More →