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The National Safety Show 2015

25 – 27 June 2017

Sunday 25th 9am - 6pm
Monday 26th 9am - 6pm
Tuesday 27th 9am - 4pm

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LIFTING THE BAR ON HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE PROTECTION

Hazardous Substances can cause significant harm or even death.  At Dalton International we’re committed to preventing harm from hazardous substances to people and the environment.  We do this by supplying market leading products for the safe storage, handling and emergency response to hazardous substances. Just click on the links below for more information on the steps you can take to protect yourself and your workplace:

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Hamilton flooring company fined after employee suffers serious burns

 A commercial and residential flooring company has been fined $33,125 and ordered to pay reparations totalling $24,482.88 after an employee was left with serious burns in an incident involving the ignition of flammable solvent adhesive while installing vinyl flooring.

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Contact Energy wins major health and safety award

Contact Energy’s health and safety culture which empowers employees to fail safely has taken out a top award at the annual Deloitte Energy Excellence Awards in Auckland.

Contact won the Health and Safety Initiative of the Year Award for its Start Small, Think Big entry, which has seen the company implement small, incremental changes to shift from a reliance on rules to more effective leadership and embracing how people think and feel about the company’s safety systems.

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Plan launched to reduce health risks at work 

A 10-year plan to address health risks in New Zealand’s workplaces has been launched in Wellington by the Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety Michael Woodhouse.

WorkSafe New Zealand’s strategic plan for work-related health, ‘Healthy Work’, outlines the approach WorkSafe will take over the coming ten years to support and enable businesses to better manage work-related health risks.  

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Taiwanese tourist’s family to receive payout after scuba dive death 

The family of a Taiwanese tourist who drowned on a recreational SCUBA dive at Hahei in November 2014 will receive $70,000 in reparations.

Waikato diving operator, Cathedral Cove Dive Limited (CCDL) and its director Russell Cochrane had earlier pleaded guilty to three charges under the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992 (HSE) for failing to keep the victim safe. 

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Slaughter house crushing victim wins major award

CMP Canterbury Limited (part of the ANZCO Group) has been fined $39,000 and ordered to pay reparation of $68,250 in addition to $12,000 previously paid by the company after a worker was crushed by the door of a stun box. 

The company was sentenced in the Ashburton District Court under the Health and Safety in Employment Act for failing to keep an employee safe at work. 

A WorkSafe investigation discovered failures by the company to identify appropriate safety controls for the door.

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Silver Fern Farms fined for burns to worker

Business are being urged to regularly check the safety of their electrical systems after Silver Fern Farms Limited was fined $38,500 and ordered to pay $12,500 (of which $10,000 has already been paid by the company) in reparation after a worker suffered serious burns from an exposed live cable.

The incident occurred in June 2015 at the company’s Fairton plant and Sliver Fern Farms was sentenced in the Ashburton District Court under the Health and Safety in Employment Act.

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Plan properly before farm burn-offs

Farmers are being urged to thoroughly manage risks during burn-offs after a company was fined $72,000 and ordered to pay reparation of $107,000 following the death of an employee.

The employee died when he became trapped by fire in a gully during a burn-off on a 13,500-hectare high country station near Cromwell on 3 September 2014.

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