This flowchart will inform you of the five COVID-19 Contact Types and Definitions. This document also contains the COVID-19 Contact Classification Process, by outlining what a Worker should do.
Make sure to check in on your mates today. The change in New Zealand's COVID-19 Alert levels may have some serious impacts on the mental health of your friends, colleagues and family. MATES in Construction is full of great resources for those in the industry struggling with mental wellbeing. Get in touch with them if you or someone you know is finding it hard to cope.
COVID-19: Business travel across Alert Level Boundaries. An Alert Level Boundary separates areas that are at Alert Level 3 from the rest of New Zealand. This helps stop the spread of COVID-19.
Update Monday 25 August: Over the last two weeks, we have seen the construction industry get in and do the right thing during these trying times. Particularly in Auckland, our people have quickly reverted to the procedures put in place to protect us all when chances of COVID-19 community transmission are higher.
CHASNZ has received queries from industry regarding the current Alert Level settings relating to gathering sizes at the workplace.
These Display Site Operating Instructions Poster can be used on your site during COVID-19 Alert Level 2
These Site Operating Instructions Poster can be used on your site during COVID-19 Alert Level 3
We have opened up the ConstructSafe platform to provide a portal and app with more functionality including a “report in ” and “track and trace” function for businesses during all COVID-19 Alert levels.
Visit www.constructsafe.kiwi to register, or click below to watch a few short videos on how to get setup on the ConstructSafe app.
This webinar hosted on 24 April discusses latest updates on returning to work at COVID-19 Level 3
NZCIC hosted an informative webinar today where Chris Alderson, CEO CHASNZ went through the COVID-19 standards and protocols in detail, answering questions and providing clarity for the industry.
24 March 2020: This document provided by MBIE outlines key messages for the shift in approach under Alert Level 3
Bronwyn Struthers - Head of Health, Safety & Wellbeing for Watercare and Duane Rogers - Health & Safety Manager for GAJV discuss the Watercare Central Interceptor project and their response plan to COVID-19
The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to clients to enable work alongside contractors to redeploy in an orderly and well-managed sequence during the COVID outbreak. This resource is intended to encourage clients to gain a better understanding of what their supply chains need to do to.
Primary research by The Culture Effect relating to Health & Safety Managers & Organisations.