Following on from recent changes to health & safety regulations in Australia and the UK, the Health & Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) comes into force in New Zealand this week.
The intention is for organisations to shift to a more collaborative approach to health & safety, one where employers and employees are more responsible and accountable for safety of every team member.
Want to learn more? Check out this recent webinar with Chris Alderson, Director of Health, Safety & Wellness at PWC New Zealand, where he talks about how to:
• Move from a regime of controlling hazards to effectively managing and minimising risks
• Ensure duties and risks are allocated to the person best placed to manage them effectively
• Take an integrated approach to H&S across the workplace
• Rethink current processes in favour of a collaborative approach
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to ingrain Health & Safety into your business culture - legislation now demands it!
About the speaker
Having spent more than 25 years leading and delivering complex change and governance programmes, Chris Alderson, Director of Health, Safety & Wellness, PWC New Zealand, is a recognised industry leader in Health and Safety, where management of critical risk is vital to business success. Chris has extensive experience in risk management, policy, process, systems, governance and developing and implementing Health Safety and Wellness frameworks and strategy.
Chris will be joined at the webinar by Promapp COO (and resident health & safety promoter) Richard Holmes.