Building Quality Health & Safety Practitioners & Promoting Industry Excellence

Providing Professional Development & Accreditation in Health & Safety
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Further your career development  with an industry recognised accreditation

Businesses operating in New Zealand are increasingly aware of the need to engage with accredited Health and Safety Professionals. New Zealand Institute of Safety Management bridges the gap between these businesses and Qualified Health Practitioners.

  • Acknowledge your academic background and work based experience
  • Professional membership pathway in conjunction with IOSH
  • Access to the Latest Health and Safety Resources
  • Fast Track your career with Accreditation by International Safety and Health bodies
  • Apply for consideration to list on HASANZ once Graduate and Certified level is reached

CONTINUOUS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

REGULAR PEER NETWORKING FUNCTIONS

PRINCIPLE PARTNER OF IOSH

A UNIFIED VOICE FOR SAFETY MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS

PRACTITIONERS

NZISM is your tool for continual improvement. Our members range from students to highly experienced professionals with a rich background in Health and Safety Management.

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BUSINESS OWNERS

Reduce further safety hazards and have your workplace Health and Safety managed by a qualified professional.

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LATEST INDUSTRY NEWS

Chief Executive Officer’s Blog

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Selena Armstrong accepted the role as Chief Executive Officer with effect from 21 August 2017.

Read Selena’s monthy blog on the link below.

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NZISM Grading List

View a list of NZISM graded members here

NZISM Managers Blog

Greg Dearsly, NZISM National Manager,  has been an active member of the organisation since 2001, including time as the Auckland branch manager and as a member of the NZISM Grading committee.  He also served on the OHSIG Committee and is part of the current HASANZ leadership team.

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Monthly Blog: Read the latest from Greg’s blog and find out what has been happening recently.

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HASANZ Register FAQs

Workshop with Safetey II Guru Dr John Green: An exclusive opportunity for HASANZ members. Further details here

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PRINCIPAL SPONSORS OF NZISM

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NZISM PRINCIPAL COLLABORATORS

NZISM CORPORATE SUPPORTERS

We would like to thank the organisations that have supported us over the past year.

A company, organisation or other institute may show their support of NZISM. The current Corporate Supporters fee is $500.00 GST excl. per organization for 12 months. The following benefits apply:

BENEFITS:

  • Your corporate logo and web link displayed on NZISM Corporate Supporter’s page
  • Display the NZISM logo on your own company website
  • Brand enhancement to internal and external stakeholders by showing alignment and support of NZISM
  • Acknowledgement as a new Corporate Supporter of NZISM in our newsletter
  • Receive an annual certificate confirming membership for display
  • Receive newsletters/news updates sent out by the NZISM National Secretary

If you wish to become a Corporate Supported please provide your details to admin@nzism.co.nz

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NZISM Free Webinar: ISO45001/7S/4801 – How it all fits together with Chris Peace

05/10/2017 07:30pm to 8:30pm

About our Presenter:

Chris was born and educated in the UK. He has a BSc with Honours in Environmental Health and an MSc in Risk Management, both from Aston University and is currently researching the effectiveness of risk assessments at Victoria University in Wellington. He has gained wide experience as a consultant, risk manager, mentor and trainer in New Zealand, the UK, USA and other countries. In 2003 he established Risk Management Limited, an independent risk management consultancy, and taught risk management part-time at Massey University 2007-2012. Since 2007 Chris has been a member of the joint standards committee, OB007, that wrote the original risk management standard and risk handbooks published by Standards Australia and Standards New Zealand. He now represents the New Zealand Institute of Safety Management on that committee and the QR005 committee, dependability. Chris is a member of Risk NZ and the Society for Risk Analysis, and a Fellow of the New Zealand Institute of Safety Management and the UK Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.

Registration Link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1605866804723762434

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Workshop with Safetey II Guru Dr John Green

An exclusive opportunity for HASANZ members

Director HSEQ, Laing O’Rourke European Hub
These workshops will be of particular interest to those people who attended the recent
NZISM Safety Differently Masterclass Conducted By ‘Art Of Work’

Dr John Green is an internationally acclaimed expert in Safety II – an approach that changes safety management from “avoiding things going wrong” to “ensuring everything goes right”.

HASANZ is excited to offer two afternoon workshops with Dr Green exclusively for our members

Wellington: Monday 16 October, 1pm to 4pm. Venue: PwC Tower, Level 16, 113-119 The Terrace, Wellington – Register for this workshop
Auckland: Thursday 19 October, 1pm to 4pm. Venue: PwC Tower, Level 22, 188 Quay Street, Auckland – Register for this workshop

Cost $195 plus GST and booking fee.  For further details click here

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SINGAPORE ACCORD
on the Standards of OHS Professionals

Having met in Singapore on 3 September 2017, at the start of the XXI World Congress on Safety and Health at Work, representatives of business and workers, education institutions, policy-makers in governments and public authorities, OHS professional organisations, and experts in occupational health and safety (OHS) joined the International Network of Safety and Health Practitioner Organisations (INSHPO) and its members to sign the Singapore Accord, a commitment to improving OHS professional and practitioner capabilities so they may more effectively guide and lead the creation of healthier and safer workplaces.

For more information and to download a copy of the Accord, click here