2018 Health and safety leadership survey


Looking for the blind spots

2018 Health & Safety Leadership Survey

This survey explores how business leaders have responded to the biggest reforms to New Zealand’s health and safety environment in more than 20 years. These reforms were sparked by the Pike River mining tragedy and culminated in the passage of the Health and Safety at Work Act 2015.

The objective of the survey is to see what, if anything, has changed since the new Act came into force just over two years ago. How has it helped leaders focus on what matters most in health and safety? What impact has it had on how they lead, enable and monitor health and safety? Are there areas where the response might not be supporting good leadership?

The results reflect the view of 138 directors, chief executives, senior executives, and health and safety executives working in the public and private sector in a range of industries across New Zealand.

2018 Health & Safety Leadership Survey
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