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Informed Health and Safety: Measuring More Than Just Incidents

Poor health and safety performance can have detrimental effects on workers and their families, as well as on the financial and reputational health of a business. Measurement is a critical […]

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How Do We Identify and Track Our Critical Risk Controls?

What are Critical Risk Controls? Keeping the workplace safe and free from serious incidents begins with identifying hazards and risks. Once identified, you must manage these risks through implementing and […]

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Overthinking it?

Useful tips to manage overthinking: Of course, overthinking can become an issue in itself. It can deteriorate your mental health and lead to stress, anxiety and loss of sleep. Furthermore, […]

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Building a Safety Culture Through Employee Inductions

Creating a strong health and safety culture and reducing risks in the workplace begins with your employees. Raising awareness among workers and instilling the right behaviours from day one is […]

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How Legalising Cannabis Might Affect the Workplace

Cannabis is the most used illicit substance in New Zealand. Estimates suggest that by the age of 21 in the region of 80% of young people will have used cannabis […]

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Lessons from Lockdown: Working from home

During lockdown earlier this year, Working Wise conducted Virtual Workstation Assessments to provide support to remote workers and educate them on the best practices of setting up an ergonomic workstation […]

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Having a Clear and Easy Process for Reporting

Reporting incidents and hazards helps workplaces identify trends in health and safety and prevent future incidents from occurring. Unfortunately, reporting is still often considered an administrative burden that is too […]

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Advising Staff on the Importance of Reporting

Why is reporting important? Health and safety reporting makes a big difference in safety, efficiency and overall wellbeing. In order for reporting to be effective, workers need to understand why […]

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What is the Best Approach to Preventing Workplace Bullying?

According to Stats NZ, “Around 300,000 employed people, or 11 percent of workers, said they had experienced discrimination, harassment, or bullying in the past 12 months” (Stats NZ). Workplace bullying […]

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Case Study: Building Confidence in Midland District Health Boards

Working Wise collaborated with HealthShare to develop and deliver ‘Investigating Workplace Bullying and Harassment’ Workshops to the Midland DHBs last year. The DHBs initiated this project to help HR practitioners […]

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Informed Health and Safety: Measuring More Than Just Incidents

Poor health and safety performance can have detrimental effects on workers and their families, as […]

Read More…

How Do We Identify and Track Our Critical Risk Controls?

What are Critical Risk Controls? Keeping the workplace safe and free from serious incidents begins […]

Read More…

Overthinking it?

Useful tips to manage overthinking: Of course, overthinking can become an issue in itself. It […]

Read More…

Building a Safety Culture Through Employee Inductions

Creating a strong health and safety culture and reducing risks in the workplace begins with […]

Read More…

How Legalising Cannabis Might Affect the Workplace

Cannabis is the most used illicit substance in New Zealand. Estimates suggest that by the […]

Read More…

Lessons from Lockdown: Working from home

During lockdown earlier this year, Working Wise conducted Virtual Workstation Assessments to provide support to […]

Read More…

Having a Clear and Easy Process for Reporting

Reporting incidents and hazards helps workplaces identify trends in health and safety and prevent future […]

Read More…

Advising Staff on the Importance of Reporting

Why is reporting important? Health and safety reporting makes a big difference in safety, efficiency […]

Read More…

What is the Best Approach to Preventing Workplace Bullying?

According to Stats NZ, “Around 300,000 employed people, or 11 percent of workers, said they […]

Read More…

Case Study: Building Confidence in Midland District Health Boards

Working Wise collaborated with HealthShare to develop and deliver ‘Investigating Workplace Bullying and Harassment’ Workshops […]

Read More…

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