Hits and Misses At Work

Under the new health and safety regime, the organisation (or PCBU) needs to have a system for recording and reporting hazards and risks, along with notifiable events. At times the…

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Experiencing Lower Back Pain?

Approximately 80% of adults will experience an episode of lower back pain at some stage during their life (more). Back pain can affect men and women equally. Moreover, office workers…

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The Impact of an Ageing Workforce on Companies

New Zealand’s ageing workforce is rapidly expanding. “For people in their 60s, the participation rate is currently 59 percent, but this will rise to 64 percent in 2038 and 67…

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Workplace Drug Testing

Under the Health and Safety at Work Act, the definition of ‘hazard’ includes: “a person’s behaviour where that behaviour has the potential to cause death, injury, or illness to a person…

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Act FAST – Call 111 for stroke symptoms!

Stroke is the third largest killer in NZ after heart disease and cancer. The Ministry of Health’s campaign to help people recognise the symptoms is anchoring around the acronym FAST •FACE…

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What Makes a Workplace Healthy?

The World Health Organisation’s definition of a healthy workplace is: “…one in which workers and managers collaborate to use a continual improvement process to protect and promote the health, safety and…

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What Does “Wellness” Look Like?

Most of the world’s 3.4 billion workers are unwell, whether it be physically, mentally, emotionally, or economically, as shown in the statistics below. The Global Wellness Institute states the following:…

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— S — T — R — E — T — C — H — E — S —

Are you one of the 144,400 people who had a soft tissue injury in 2017? If yes, your injury may have been caused through an incorrect seated posture, or by…

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Anxiety at Work

According to the New Zealand Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk Factors Study, anxiety and depressive disorders are second only to coronary heart disease as a cause of health loss…

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Woman kneeling over a man doing Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

According to the Heart Foundation, sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in adults. However, the immediate performance of Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) on the victim can double the…

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