Walking the talk
2017 Health & Safety Leadership Survey
A snapshot of how health and safety is governed, managed and organised in New Zealand businesses
Our latest Health and Safety Leadership Survey shows progress was made during 2016 on building upon the two foundations of good health and safety performance – commitment from the top and having a plan for improvement.
However, many organisations still face challenges in delivering on that blueprint. This is particularly so in three key areas: risk management, worker engagement and contractor management.
2016 Health & Safety Leadership Survey
New Zealand has undergone a huge transformation in workplace health and safety in the five years since the Pike River tragedy.
We have a new regulator, new legislation, and interest in workplace health and safety has increased considerably, particularly among chief executives and directors.
But how have these changes played out in the way health and safety operates in our organisations? That’s the question this survey sought to answer – to provide a snapshot of how workplace health and safety is governed, managed and organised in New Zealand today.