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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

ASB Showgrounds Auckland

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Warehouse Stationary
Industrial Safety News
NZ Safety Council
ministry of business, innovati
Work Safe New Zealand
Warehouse Stationary
Industrial Safety News
NZ Safety Council
ministry of business, innovati
Work Safe New Zealand

Cordless power boosts worker safety and efficiency

 When a manufacturer boosts production to cope with burgeoning demand, efficiency-minded operations staff keenly seek out technologies to help them minimise costs and manual labour while maximising safety and ongoing returns. Continue →

Workplace asbestos guide a first for New Zealand

WorkSafe has released guidance for managing and removing asbestos in the workplace, the first of its kind in New Zealand. Continue →

Site Safe launches new passport options

Site Safe is launching a suite of brand-new courses this December. Continue →

New Zealand loses tireless advocate for workers

Tributes have been pouring in from all sectors of the community for former NZ Council of Trade Unions President Helen Kelly, who has died in Wellington. Continue →

Top tips to tap a trainer

There’s plenty of workplace health and safety trainers in the market but how do you make sure you’ve picked the right one for your firm? Continue →

Safety Psychology Conference 2017

Liquid Learning is proud to partner with Industrial Safety News to present the Safety Psychology Conference 2017, the must-attend professional development event for safety leaders and experts. Continue →

International honour for engineers assessing liquefaction hazards

Two University of Canterbury earthquake engineers have been honoured at an American convention for the world-class excellence of their post-quake research assessing liquefaction hazards in Christchurch. Continue →

Site Safe Construction Health and Safety Awards 2016 finalists announced

A suicide prevention programme, a health and safety app, and a pioneering approach to removing asbestos are just a few of the innovative ideas being recognised at this year’s Site Safe Construction Health and Safety Awards. Continue →

Professional Hazardous substance consultants

MSDS Authoring In the business of transporting, moving and handling hazardous substances, one needs to place Safety Data Sheets on the side of the containers. Continue →

Working towards a safer workplace

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ACC in robust financial position

ACC made significant progress in 2015/16, delivering improved services to New Zealanders despite the impact of falling interest rates and higher than anticipated claim numbers, says ACC board chairperson Dame Paula Rebstock. Continue →

Workshops to enhance employee wellness

Businesses are taking a broader approach to employee wellness to reap the benefits of better staff engagement, higher productivity and a lower workforce turnover, says wellbeing expert Louise Thompson. Continue →

To love and to hold until ….

If only there would be a way to insure against your best people leaving. Continue →

Tyco launches new AquaMist website

Tyco Fire Protection Products, a division of Tyco, the world’s largest dedicated fire protection and security company, announces the launch of its new AquaMist website, Continue →

Book your inspection with FPIS

After 25 years as the leading nationwide inspection company in New Zealand, we are still the market leader in the inspection market. Continue →

Smart Jacket shines a light on the future of bike safety

The Smart Jacket connects to the cyclist’s smartphone via an app that has been pre-programmed with the desired travel route. Continue →

Making risk and hazard registers work is a labour of love

Should the risk/hazard register development process be just an appeasement process to satisfy the law or a proactive management tool to improve the safety of the business, asks Gordon Anderson? Continue →

Time to rethink a perennial problem?

There may have been great advancements in technologies and products to assist workers inside confined spaces, but Gordon Anderson claims one serious safety issue that has gone unresolved for many years still remains. Continue →

Feedback sought to ACC levy changes

ACC is asking businesses to share their thoughts and ideas about incentives that encourage safer workplaces, as well as changes to ACC levies, as part of a consultation process running from 21 September to 19 October 2016. Continue →

Keeping your team safe

Accidents and emergencies can occur at any time and a quick response may mean the difference between life and death – as Bob McGuiness’ workmates found out first hand. Continue →

Keeping track of  the silent killer

Employers and workers alike should take heed of a landmark Australian study that graphically illustrates the alarming scale of asthma in today’s workplaces. Continue →

TR Master Drive leading the way in safety

TR Master Drive Services has launched its 2016 Roll Prevention Heavy Vehicle Stability & Control Driver Training Programme in partnership with Gough Transpecs. Continue →

More sleep, more wakefulness?

Being tired on the job is a real health and safety issue that many businesses have to grapple with, a HASANZ conference keynote speaker maintains. Continue →

Taking technology to trees  

Innovative technology is keeping pace with the increasing New Zealand forest harvest to keep forest industry workers out of harm’s way, Keith Raymond explains. Continue →

Innovative radio technology keeps New Zealand’s firefighters safe

Firefighters serving with the New Zealand Fire Service will benefit from improved safety and communication while working in fire grounds through an innovative two-way radio solution. Continue →

The eyes have it

Awareness, compliance and the right products can work prevent on-the-job eye injury. Continue →

Breathing easy is a complicated process

Choosing respiratory protection equipment is an important process that involves many factors, says Jeffrey Birkner. Continue →

Mobile platforms trump scaffolding

SCIRT’s Fletcher delivery team devised an innovative solution to the risk of flooding on the complex heritage project of repairing and strengthening the 130-year-old Gloucester Street bridge, in Christchurch. Continue →

 Climate change key challenge, environment commissioner finds

Climate change is “by far” the most serious environmental issue facing New Zealand, according to the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment Dr Jan Wright. Continue →

Waste not, want not

Is an innovative waste-to-energy facility in Western Australia the face of the future of waste management and energy generation in Australasia? Continue →

Make the most of life by being mindful

The biggest threat to health, safety – and to living a fulfilled life- is the inability to be in the moment within the complex world we live in. Continue →

The Industrial and Commercial Safety Directory is here!

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Flexible Workspaces, Better for your Business

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Building Trust from Basement to Roof

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Wellington’s Niche Commercial Real Estate Specialists

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For All Your Matting Solutions

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Importers of Quality Machinery

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Labour releases housing policy

Labour’s newly released policy takes on the issues of Auckland and the rest of the country’s housing difficulties Labour’s new housing policy includes a proposed Affordable Housing Authority with the power to buy land compulsorily. Continue →

World’s biggest builder arrives in New Zealand

The world’s biggest construction company has won the $200 million contract to build the Park Hyatt Hotel in Auckland’s Wynyard Quarter. Continue →

Digger School

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Scale, Diversity, Expertise

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Advanced Ground Engineering Solutions

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Chinese property purchases

According to CBRE, Chinese investors are more interested in the US, Australia and the UK while Kiwi investors are the most active in the local commercial property market. Continue →

New standard announced for council performance

Local Government New Zealand has issued details of a new independent standards system that measures the performance of local authorities. Continue →

Good vibrations lead to more resilient buildings

Canterbury academic Dr Geoffrey Rodgers re-examines what defines a ‘strong’ building. Continue →

Massive project moves ever nearer

Within a year, one of the country’s largest ever developments could be underway at Ruakura. Continue →

Asia’s coming infrastructure boom

The complete MRT Jakarta project will stretch more than 110km and consist of two main lines: one north-south stretching 23.8km and an 87km east-west corridor A slew of current and planned projects could transform the face of the region beyond recognition. Continue →

New Queenstown Convention Centre location at Remarkables Park

Plans for a redesigned Queenstown Convention Centre at Remarkables Park have been released. Continue →

PG&E successfully tests earthquake early warning technologies

Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) has successfully tested in-house and open-source technology to quickly estimate resource needs and identify where potential impacts of a major earthquake could occur in its service area. Continue →

ATAP balanced in concept but assessment needed, says NZCID 

The Auckland Transport Alignment Project Interim Report sets out a logical theoretical case but serious scrutiny is needed, says New Zealand Council for Infrastructure Development (NZCID) chief executive Stephen Selwood. Continue →


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