Health and Safety At Work Act 2015
With the recent changes to the Health and Safety Act, the wider Tourism Industry is facing a significant shake up in the way they manage risks in the workplace.
Below you will find a compilation of digital resources that may assist you in creating and maintain your Health and Safety Plan.
In February 2016, Hawke’s Bay Tourism brought Gwendoline Keel from law firm Simpson Grierson to Hawke’s Bay to run a Health and Safety workshop.
Gwen is a Senior Associate with national law firm Simpson Grierson. She specialises in the legal issues presented by all aspects of entertainment and venue management, including health and safety, governance, contracting, advertising, ticketing, alcohol and catering, regulatory compliance, and disputes, and all aspects of structuring, licensing and hosting major events. She is based in Hamilton, and regularly speaks at industry conferences.
Gwen has kindly allowed us to share her presentation with members of the Hawke’s Bay Tourism Industry.
Gwen is happy to talk through any questions that you have around her presentation or the act in general – email her on Gwendoline.Keel@simpsongrierson.com
NZAEP has compiled a summary of the new Act and how its main features may apply to the events industry. The Act came into force in April 2016, with implications for all involved in events and NZAEP is here to help make sure you’re across it.
Business Continuity Planning
Get your business ready for disaster the following resources:
- The Wellington CDEM team have created easy to use templates…. http://www.getprepared.org.nz/businesses
- ‘Shut Happens’ from Resilient Organisations…. http://www.resorgs.org.nz/shuthappens.html
- Resilient Businesses…. http://www.resilientbusiness.co.nz/