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.
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 […]Read More →
In this issue: Review of 1st Charter event post CovidBoard Editorial, Richard HolyoakeSafety Charter Annual ReportCHASNZ Road ShowWeathering the Storm Video SeriesCharter EventsNew Members *|MC:SUBJECT|* July 2020 Weathering the Storm The first post lockdown Charter event was held at the Tannery on 30th June, featuring the Charter AGM and a discussion panel on Covid-19 responses in Canterbury. The notable feature of the AGM was the standing-down of two long serving […]Read More →
CHASNZ will be hosting a national roadshow this July and August. Chris Alderson (CEO) and Jon Harper-Slade (GM, Health & Safety Innovation) will talk about Tōtika, the BlackHat programme, Site Access requirements and post-COVID challenges. This will be followed by an interactive engagement session aimed and finding out what focus areas are important to you. The Christchurch session will run on Wednesday, 29th July 2020 from 7.30am-9.30am at Russley Golf […]Read More →
The Canterbury Safety Charter are excited to confirm our discussion Panel for the “Weathering the Storm” networking event. The Panel of Gareth Kiernan, Ivan Stanicich, Alastair Miles and Stephen Esposito will focus on how as different organisations they adapted and coped with the Covid-19 crisis, what lessons have been learnt along the way, what opportunities have arisen, and finally what the future looks like for the economic well-being of Canterbury. […]Read More →
IN THIS ISSUE Risk assessment for our lives Rob Sloan – signing off Resources to help you get through Site Access Requirements Sustainable Waste Solutions Weathering the Storm Networking Event Design for the Greater Good PodCast series Safety Charter Covid Video Series Covid 19 – Working at Level 1 New Members *|MC:SUBJECT|* June 2020 / ISSUE #66 Risk assessment for our lives As we go into Level 1 on Tuesday, […]Read More →