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Hints and Tips

Here are three questions to think about over the next two months: Do you place value on the wellness and mental fitness of your employees? Is it essential to have a fit and mentally alert workforce to your business? Does your business have a specific plan in place to monitor...

A stitch in time saves nine. This simple proverb says that it is better to spend time to plan and to deal with problems as soon as possible, than wait for things to bust, especially when you are in full production. If you wait until you have time, things will get...

When you open up a first aid kit, you will see a couple of things. Bandages, rubbing alcohol, different types of painkillers and medicine. But, you need to take a closer look. Do you have enough gear for your workplace? Keep in mind that every workplace is different, and some require...

If you have ever been asked by your customers to supply information about your health and safety policy or systems, what do you supply? A question we often get asked is, do I have to do this or what should I give them?  Do I have to give them a copy...

The recent rupture to the 168km pipeline from Whangarei to Auckland has certainly put the “fox in the chook house” when it comes to culpability, blame and the cost to the New Zealand economy. It has been estimated that the cost could be up to $15 million dollars, but I...

The purpose of this article is to provide you with a quick list of actions to use in the case of an incident or accident occurring in your workplace. This is only an example to follow - we suggest you customise these points to suit your business, and use them to...

How effective, known and uncluttered are your emergency fire exits? Perhaps this is a common-sense question, but over the years, we have seen some interesting situations whereby if there had been a real emergency evacuation, several people would have perished. Last week we visited a company to meet with the CEOs whose...

Workplace bullying is a subject that is a real employment issue that is becoming recognised and spoken about. It has been estimated that 400,000 New Zealanders are being bullied every working day. Has it become more prevalent in the workplace or is it that it is something that is not to...

Mitigating risk to your business The recent rupture to the 168km pipeline from Whangarei to Auckland has certainly put the “fox in the chook house” when it comes to culpability, blame and the cost to the New Zealand economy. It has been estimated that the cost could be up to $15...