NEWS & INFORMATION

July to November 2021

ShopCare - Industry Sharing Sessions

Throughout 2021, ShopCare is facilitating a number of industry sharing sessions. Sharing sessions are open to all, free to attend and are online via Zoom. The sessions provide a platform to share information, insights, and stories, about your health, safety, and wellbeing challenges, solutions, and journey. 

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            May 2021

Managing the risks of shift work?

WorkSafe has issued three new good practice guidelines for PCBU's. 

Massey University's  Sleep Wake Centre assisted Worksafe in the the production of the Fatigue guidelines.

  1. Air quality - In mobile plant enclosed cabins  

  2. Fatigue - Managing the risks of shiftwork 

  3. Vibration - Arm and whole body vibrations

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January/February 2021

Retail Protocol UPDATED

For retailers to operate at Level 3 or Level 2 you need a plan for controlling the spread of COVID–19, by playing it safe. This Retail Protocol for COVID–19 includes a template plan from WorkSafe. It also includes guidance to help retailers fill in the plan.

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January 2021

Forklift Safety Roadshow 2021

February - August 2021

WorkSafe is delivering a nationwide forklift safety roadshow to enable a better understanding of the risks associated with operating and working around forklifts on worksites.

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November 2020

Mental Health Webinar

16 November, 2020 @12:00pm

Dr John Fitzgerald, Lead – Mentally Healthy Work at WorkSafe NZ will outline the goals and activities of the programme he is leading.

Find out more info and register now.

Registration CLOSED
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July 2020

NZHSP Interview Series

Liz May, CEO of ShopCare is interviewed on the new Live Interview Series by HSPNZ. Liz talks about the critical work that ShopCare has undertaken in order to reduce the risk inherent in transportation, warehousing and the retail industry.

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      May/June 2021

ShopCare Newsletter

Understanding how other other organisations have worked though challenges can provide a roadmap to address  similar issues for others. Read the case studies, and join the webinar on Critical Risk Governance to get insights on what good looks like.

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27th May 2021 11am to 12pm

Critical Risk Sharing Session

ShopCare hosted a sharing session on critical risks and controls, on Zoom. Participants shared and learned from each other, focussing on what the problem was, how the business  solved it and what the outcome was. No matter how big or small the issue all contributions were valuable.

Session complete
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January 2021

HASANZ Conference

1-3 September 2021

Te Papa, Wellington

Reconnect with key players across all disciplines, business leaders and policy makers.  There will be plenty of leadership food - knowledge you can take away and apply to make New Zealand’s workplaces healthier and safer.

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November 2020

Workplace Injury Prevention Subsidies

ACC is helping small to medium businesses access services and support that's proven to improve workplace health and safety. 

You may be eligible for a workplace injury prevention subsidy.

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August 2020

Critical Risks

Critical Risks account for the highest percentage of the most severe injuries and fatalities in the New Zealand workplace.
 

We are currently working on a project to identify causes of critical risk and to share solutions with industry. 

We need your help. Do you know the Critical Risks at your worksite? Share your knowledge, and contribute to the safety of others.

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April 2020

There can be no box-ticking in a COVID workplace

Workplace safety improved after the Pike River tragedy, but is still too narrowly focused on accidents and remains a box-ticking exercise for many despite a rising workplace death toll. Covid-19 should be a spur to greater cultural change and truly safe and accountable work practices, says Rod Oram

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June to September 2021

Critical Risk Management Programme and Governance

       What does good look like ?

Join ShopCare and Terry Johnson, (General Manager Health, Safety and Wellbeing, The Warehouse Group),  for a webinar covering key elements and insights on the fundamentals of a critical risk management programme. See more

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March/April 2021

ShopCare Newsletter

Employee wellness is an important element of creating healthier work environments. Proactive initiatives such as subsidised flu vaccines are part of supporting our employees to stay healthy and well.
Another element is work-related health. Work can impact on workers' mental or physical health, and their health may in turn impact on their safety at work, or the safety of others.

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January 2021

Working in and around vehicles - Webinar

March to May 2021

73% of work related fatalities are linked to vehicles. ShopCare co-hosted a number of free webinars in 2021, where Ruth Cook (Engagement Lead, WorkSafe) discussed WorkSafe’s program of work.

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November 2020

Vehicle Safety Webinar

19 November, 2020 @12:00pm

Hosted by NZISM for members - we talk with Ruth Cook from WorkSafe about “Working In and Around Vehicles Safely: A collective approach”.

Find out more info and register now.

Registration CLOSED
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August 2020

Buckle Up!

As part of WorkSafe’s “Working in and around vehicles” programme, Guidelines on Seatbelts have been released for (industry) feedback. If you would like to provide feedback, please get in touch with any of the ShopCare team.

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