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While senior management has ultimate responsibility for safe work environments, it’s imperative that processes are put in place to ensure all employees understand the ways their actions can contribute to their own safety and the safety of their colleagues After implementing your company’s safety plan you should spend time educating staff through on-going training as well as ensuring quick access to safety materials and processes at all times. Continue →
Management
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Site Safe’s Jim Bell knows all too well how badly things can go wrong in the workplace with a long history of investigating accidents as a safety inspector, and is now making sites safer as an auditor Jim Bell has been a safety advisor and auditor for Site Safe since 2006 but for well before then he was with the Department of Labour as a factory inspector. Continue →
Injury
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“This was a potentially catastrophic incident and it is pure luck that no-one was killed,” says Danielle Henry, Northern Investigations Manager for WorkSafe Four children under the age of four and a teacher were injured by a falling tree at Discoveries Educare Centre in Epsom Auckland in November 2016. Continue →