Privacy in health and safety: part III

Exposure and Health Monitoring What are the rules around health testing? This much is clear: under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 and its regulations, businesses have an…

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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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Why Health & Safety Plans Must Include Risk Management

Responsiveness is essential for any business’ health and safety procedures, but preventative measures are equally as important. Under the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA 2015), businesses have…

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Pre-Employment Health Testing Puts Your Business Ahead

Before starting a new role, employers may require their candidates to under go a pre-employment health test, also referred to as health screening or a medical check. These tests determine…

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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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What to Watch for When Monitoring Workers’ Health

“90% of business leaders said their health and safety risks were being managed effectively… But only 18% said they made work-health a priority.” Keeping your employees healthy will ensure a…

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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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Noise Control in the Workplace

The health of your workers is just as important as the health of your business. As a business owner, you have a duty to prevent harm to your workers’ health.…

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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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Anaemia and Iron Deficiency

Anaemia (or anemia) is a low red blood cell count. Iron deficiency and loss of blood are thought to be the most common causes. However conditions such as folate, vitamin…

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