October 11, 2019
Give us your feedback on the proposed Health, Safety and Good Practice Charter.
The National Wilding Conifer Control Programme involves hazardous work, often in very remote locations.
Our control work spans over 1.6 million hectares of New Zealand’s most iconic landscapes. Much of this terrain is rugged and dangerous. The majority of our people work in operational wilding control, including Contract or Project Managers, Operations Planners, Pilots and Helicopter Operators (including wand operators, loaders, and drivers). We work with transporting chemicals, machine operators, and ground crew.
We’ve developed a Health, Safety and Good Practice Charter. This is based on our belief that Health and Safety is not a matter of simple compliance, it’s about leadership, and protecting the wellbeing of everyone who works for and with the National Wilding Conifer Control Programme.
You can download a copy of the proposed Charter here (PDF, 1MB).
We want to know what you need from the Charter:
Send us feedback by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Or send feedback in hardcopy toNational Wilding Conifer Control ProgrammeMinistry for Primary IndustriesPO Box 2526Wellington, 6140
The closing date for feedback is 25 October 2019. We will publish the final charter in late November 2019.
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