We all know the importance of Health & Safety at work, but when it comes to actually implementing the legal requirements, too many businesses are still falling short. With consequences ranging from hefty fines to staff fatalities, this is something you literally cannot afford to get wrong.
Sponsored by Xero, the 2019 Business Central Health & Safety Roadshow will tackle these issues head on, covering all bases in a half-day session to ensure your business has every chance of staying safe, healthy and productive.
Our Health and Safety Trainer, Martin Laurs will give you a run-down of recent legal cases to demonstrate where things can go wrong, and how you can protect your organisation from suffering similar penalties. Some of them have potentially scary implications for all of us and can be a big eye-opener to just how vulnerable your business might be.
Having adequately trained staff is a huge part of maintaining a safe work environment, so Martin will also be introducing Business Central’s new approach to our Health and Safety courses. With a sneak peek into some of the courses interactive components, with lots of practical exercises and the time to practice skills, you’ll see why our customers say that involving participants is what makes our trainings stand out from the crowd.
In addition, a selection of guest speakers from the Health and Safety Association of New Zealand (HASANZ) will be showcasing their new online register designed to help you tap into the best Health and Safety professionals in the country.
So to hear about legal updates and a new Health and Safety training approach, whilst gaining access to New Zealand’s best H&S contacts, make sure you attend the 2019 Business Central Health & Safety Roadshow.
Places are limited, so book today to secure your seat.
Phone: 0800 778 776
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