You’re Called A Duty-Holder?
First, who exactly is a duty-holder? It’s a role specified under the current Health & Safety in Employment Act 1992 (HSE Act) and Hazardous Substances and New Organism Act 1996 (HSNO Act). A duty-holder can be an employer, a principal, a person who controls places of work, self-employed, an employee, a person in charge, or a person selling or supplying plant for use on a place of work.
McLeod Cranes feature in Bay of Plenty Times article on Tauranga Hockey Centre's Turf Upgrade Project.
The upgrade is being enabled by a Lottery Grant and McLeod Cranes a keen supporter of the sport is enjoying the chance to be involved in what has become an outstanding Bay of Plenty facility.
Read more in the Bay of Plenty Times Article here.
Company Director? Know Your Health And Safety Responsibilities?
You need to. An important resource for company directors (following the recommendations of the Royal Commission on the Pike River Coal Mine Tragedy, is now available.
That’s The Canterbury Rebuild Safety Charter.
It’s A Blueprint For The Region, And A Blueprint For Safer Working Anywhere…
They are undertaking the largest, most demanding rebuild anywhere. At the same time they are building a new, inclusive safety culture with the Canterbury Rebuild Safety Charter. As they phrase it in their vision statement, ‘The earthquakes reminded us that the most important thing is people. The Canterbury Rebuild Safety Charter puts people first. By demonstrating leadership and working together, we will rebuild Canterbury safely and create a legacy to be proud of’.
They’re Big And They’re Coming Soon. Are You Up On The Play?
In August, the Government announced the largest changes to NZ’s workplace health & safety regime in 20 years. ‘Working Safer: a blueprint for health and safety at work’ is the Government’s response to the recommendations of the Independent Taskforce on Workplace Health and Safety set up last year - partially in response to the Pike River coal mine disaster. The reforms aim to reduce NZ’s workplace injury and death toll by 25% by 2020.The new law and key supporting regulations are expected to start coming into force in 2014.
We’re Proud To Say It’s Been Awarded To McLeod.
We’re delighted and honoured to share our good news with you.
Wednesday 30th November, McLeod Cranes were named Winners in the 2013 Site Safe Construction Health & Safety Awards.
We are recipients of the prestigious MSA Safety Leadership Award. The Award is a key external recognition of our unwavering commitment and dedication to leadership in this critical operational area.