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Inflatable slide collapse gets court sequel
Machine guarding failures ‘reprehensible’
Exposed machinery recipe for disaster
Pond tragedy spurs call to do better
Link Generator to House/Building Wiring After Emergency
Avocado Co. Fails to Protect Worker, Causes Eye Injury
Skip bin brain injury at work tragic and needless
Asbestos flooring oversight dangerous mishap
Keeping safe during cyclone and flooding emergency and recovery
Keeping safe during flooding emergency and recovery
Energy Safety Business Update
NZ Mining Board of Examiners members appointed
Death reminder to keep eye on field staff
Sea cave ordeal brings lessons for schools
Worker’s hand injury prompts renewed safety focus
Subcontractors are entitled to health and safety too
More must be done to manage asbestos risks
Modified machine created risk that killed worker
“Use common sense” a poor approach to health and safety
Hydrocarbon refrigerants
Concrete pumping
Sentencing sends message to installers
Enforceable undertaking aims to improve site safety
Battery fire in underground storage
Fertiliser “white out” death a cautionary tale for agriculture sector
Skylight safety warning after underage worker’s fall
High harm in construction needs renewed focus
Mammoth slide operator fails to learn from past mistakes
WorkSafe New Zealand advises spirometry testing resume in current COVID climate
Tip failure due to saturated ground
Child’s death prompts tow gear warning to businesses
Liquidation no escape from health and safety accountability
“I’m not their mother” no excuse for lax health and safety
Serious incidents resulting from use of live polarity testing
WorkSafe receives Rainbow Tick
3000 PSI water blaster gun – explosion
High-pressure water blasting should not be used to clean roofing and cladding containing asbestos
Gross negligence caused toxic gas death
Enforceable undertakings aim to improve cycling safety
Egg company fined after worker severs thumb
World Day for Safety and Health at Work
Charter company sentenced over Whakaari/White Island failings
NZDF sentenced after training exercise incident
Electrical fitting safety warning
Don’t cut corners when caring for disabled people
Diving around public wharves, marinas and boat ramps
Covid and diver safety
Businesses must assess capabilities of their workers in safe and controlled environment