Team Engagement – Case Study

Working Wise worked with Wellington City Council to improve team engagement with health, safety and wellbeing to: Download the case study here.…

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HSW Risk Framework – Case Study

Working Wise worked with Rangitikei District Council to co-design their HSW risk framework. Issues identified in current health, safety, and wellbeing risk management processes that we addressed were: Download the…

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SafePlus Case Study – MWLASS

Working Wise delivered SafePlus assessments for councils participating in MWLASS to improve health, safety and wellbeing practices. The outcome of this project identified a few key takeaways from the case study: …

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A fatigued worker is like a drunk worker: the importance of monitoring fatigue in the workplace 

Fatigue goes beyond the feeling of just being tired, and can be described as extreme mental and/or physical exhaustion.  It is well established that fatigue reduces the capacity of a…

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Lead Indicators: Using the correct metrics to measure health, safety and wellbeing performance

Given the detrimental effects that poor health and safety performance can have on the finances and reputation of a business, as well as on workers and their families, it is…

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Tips to avoid driver fatigue on a road trip

Along with some much-needed downtime, for many, holidays and vacations also mean road trips. In our excitement to get to where we’d rather be, time behind the wheel can add…

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Reporting incidents and hazards – the fundamentals

Reporting might not be the most exciting of topics. But reporting incidents and hazards is important – it helps identify health, safety, and wellbeing trends and prevents future incidents.  The…

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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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Manual Handling – What’s the Risk?

Lifting, carrying, pushing or pulling heavy loads while at work poses serious risks to workers and can lead to problems such as: back injuries occupational overuse syndrome injuries as a…

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Are You Ready for the Big One?

It’s not if, it’s when. A 4.6 magnitude earthquake was felt in the capital city last Thursday afternoon, leaving Wellingtonians shook (more). But the ‘big one’ is yet to come.…

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