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So, what’s the risk – Duty of PCBU who manages or controls fixtures, fittings, or plant at workplaces
In the realm of workplace safety in New Zealand, the HSWA lays out clear guidelines to ensure the wellbeing of all involved. Today, let's delve into Section 38, a crucial part of the Act that outlines the duties of businesses and business owners (PCBUs) who manage or control fixtures, fittings, or plant at workplaces.
So, what’s the risk – Duty of PCBU who manages or controls workplace.
In the intricate landscape of workplace safety in New Zealand, the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) stands as a beacon. Today, let's shine a light on Section 37, a pivotal part of the Act that delineates the duties of a person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) who manages or controls the workplace.
So, what’s the risk – Primary Duty of Care (Pt.3)
In part three of this blog series, we peek further into the world of The (New Zealand) Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA), breaking it down, section by section
So, what’s the risk – Primary Duty of Care (Pt.2)
In part two of this blog series, we peek further into section 36.1: 'paragraph b' requirements. This section is especially relevant to you if you're a business owner or someone in charge of a workplace and engage contractors, consultants and other businesses (PCBU's).
So, what’s the risk – Primary Duty of Care (Pt.1)
In this blog series, we will peek into the world of The (New Zealand) Health and Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA), breaking it down, section by section.
5 Essential Workplace Health and Safety Practices for Businesses on a Budget
Creating a healthy and safe work environment doesn't have to break the bank. In this blog, we'll explore five essential workplace safety practices that any business can implement without incurring significant costs.
Embracing the Health, Safety, and Wellbeing Revolution: From One-Dimensional Safety to Strategic Awesomeness!
Picture this: a world where health and safety is no longer just about avoiding falling objects or dodging workplace hazards.
Navigating the Intersection of ISO 45003 and New Zealand’s Health and Safety at Work Act 2015
In today's rapidly evolving work landscape, ensuring the health and safety of employees goes beyond physical hazards. Recognising psychosocial risks and the importance of psychological well-being has gained significant traction. The recently published ISO 45003:2021 standard provides valuable guidance for organisations worldwide to manage psychosocial risks and promote psychological health and safety at work. Read our opinion article on LinkedIn
Enhancing Workplace Safety and Wellbeing: Introducing The Safety Lab NZ
Welcome to The Safety Lab NZ, your trusted partner in achieving a safer, healthier, and more productive workplace environment. With years of expertise and a deep understanding of New Zealand's unique business landscape, we are dedicated to helping organizations like yours prioritize the wellbeing and safety of your employees.

We have over two decades of experience, we have access to a support network of consultants across the country. we're not just a consultancy, we're a partnership where understanding, approach and tangible solutions are aligned with your business needs. To find out how we can help you, get in touch.

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