CID Workshop: Getting to Grips with Health & Safety legislation - Auckland

4 July 9:30am - 4:00pm
Tearfund Office, 64c Stoddard Road, Mt Roskill, Akl

CID Workshop Invitation: Health & Safety legislation for the International Development Sector

New Zealand’s aid and development NGOs are adjusting to a new regulatory environment in light of recent changes to New Zealand’s Health and Safety legislation. International aid and development NGOs, along with their MFAT partners, are all seeking ‘reasonably practicable’ approaches to manage the unique risks specific to our sector. To assist NGOs and their partners to navigate this new regulatory terrain, CID is convening facilitated workshops in Auckland and Wellington, to share good practices and develop standard and ‘reasonably practicable’ tools, policies, templates and approaches to meet the requirements of the new legislation, and to improve risk management within the sector as a whole.

  • Full day workshops on the Health & Safety at Work Act (HSWA) tailored for the international development community
  • A unique opportunity for members to reach a common approach, develop guidelines and tools 
  • Enabling you to effectively manage health and safety (from low to high risk) in line with legal responsibilities and international practice when sending staff or volunteers into situations of conflict and fragility, natural disasters, or other contexts overseas.
  • Facilitated by an expert in the field of Health & Safety, Richard Gibson, Director of IMPAC
  • Same workshop offered in both Auckland and Wellington


For further information and costing contact