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28 Feb 2019

Wellington

To be Advised - CBD area

Members $469 NZD Per Person
Non-Members $860 NZD Per Person

Morning Tea

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Terms and Conditions for Events and Learning

Wellington Health & Safety at Work:  NZ Guide for Recruiters

 

Overview:

Following the release of the NZ Work Health and Safety guide, the aim of this session is to promote and encourage best practice health and safety across all stakeholders within the on-hire worker services industry; to assist all parties involved to understand their legal responsibilities; and to work together to maximise the health and safety of the person performing the work.

The guide contains a plain language explanation of the legal responsibilities of:
  • The Agency
  • The Client and the person controlling the workplace
  • The Worker (the Agency's employee)
It also provides information and guidance for on-hire Agencies and their Clients, to assist them to fulfil their work health and safety responsibilities, including references to sources of further information in support of this guide.

The aim of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) is to ensure work activities are safe and risks are identified and mitigated. It seeks to achieve this by:
  • assigning responsibilities/duties to all people connected with the work activity, including, the Agency, the Client and the Worker; 
  • requiring a systematic approach to making the work situation safe and without risk to health; and
  • defining the standard of performance required of the people connected with the work activity.

Purpose & Learning Outcomes:

  • To ensure the Worker is assigned to a safe working environment and can return safely home each day
  • To provide clarification on legislative requirements and how the Agency can effectively implement a safe system of work in partnership with the Client.
  • To provide consistent interpretation of legislative requirements and guidance on fulfilling these.

Meet the facilitator: Amy Towers










Founder and Director of Risk Collective Amy Towers is obsessed with setting you free when it comes to your work health and safety obligations. A risk expert with more than 10 years' experience working as a Health and Safety Specialist and Consultant, Amy enjoys solving complex business problems and is truly passionate about guiding, directing and protecting you and your business against health and safety risks.

Delivery:

Interactive half-day workshop

Booking Terms & Conditions:

This event is governed by the RCSA Booking Terms & Conditions

Note:  there are a minimum number of enrollments required for the workshop to run, please confirm by speaking with a member of the Learning & Development team that the event is running as planned, before booking flights or accommodation.

For More Information:

RCSA Learning & Development
Members within Australia call 1300 727 504
Members within New Zealand call toll free + 0800 441 904
E: info@rcsa.com.au