COVID-19 Tools & Resources

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COVID-19 Update: Friday 14 August

Update Friday 14 August: The Auckland region will remain in Alert Level 3 until 11:59pm Wednesday 26 August. The rest of New Zealand will remain at Alert Level 2 under the same timeframe.

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COVID-19 Update: Wednesday 12 August

Update Wednesday 12 August:  From midday today, the Auckland region will move to Alert Level 3 until midnight Friday. The rest of New Zealand will move to Alert Level 2 until midnight Friday.

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Vertical and Horizontal Protocols

These protocols and attachments are to be read in conjunction with the COVID-19 - Standard for New Zealand Construction Operations and reflect the requirements in the standard may be achieved.

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Residential Construction Protocols

These protocols outline the minimum standards to be implemented at residential construction sites to manage risk of COVID-19 transmission on site.

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Display Home Protocols

These protocols relate to Residential Construction Display Home and Selection Centre Limited Operation.

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Alert Level 2: Site Operating Instructions Poster

These Display Site Operating Instructions can be used on your site during COVID-19 Alert Level 2

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Level 3: COVID-19 Construction Protocol Posters

COVID-19 Level 3 Site Operating Poster available here for download

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COVID-19 Site Sign In Register

This sign in register can be downloaded and printed for use in your workplace.

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ConstructSafe Assessment updates

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.

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COVID-19 Site Checklist

This site checklist can be downloaded and printed for use in your workplace.

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COVID-19 Visitor Health Declaration Form

As part of Pandemic preparedness and our commitment to health, safety and wellbeing, visitors and contractors should answer the questionnaire as part of their condition of entry to site as part of the Visitor Approval Process.

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Webinar (24 Apr) Returning To Work Under COVID-19 Restrictions

This webinar hosted on 24 April discusses latest updates on returning to work at COVID-19 Level 3

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Guidance for Builders and Contractors

Concrete NZ has prepared these guidelines to assist builders and contractors with ordering and the delivery of ready mixed concrete to building sites. Please feel free to share this document with your membership.

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Webinar (20 Apr) Returning to work under COVID-19 restrictions

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.

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Your Guide to Perfect PPE

Make sure you’re following PPE requirements by following these steps

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Alert Level 3: How businesses will determine if they should operate

24 March 2020: This document provided by MBIE outlines key messages for the shift in approach under Alert Level 3

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Services from Approach Signs

CHASNZ is helping our industry people connect with what they need during the COVID19 pandemic.

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Canterbury Safety Charter | Short safety videos

Paul Duggan of Canterbury Safety Charter has produced these short video series on the main points of the COVID-19 protocols.

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Safe365 | Free Checklists

Safe365's checklist tool and pre-loaded templates, enable businesses to meet these requirements in practical terms in a workforce friendly manner, using their own smartphone device (which is safer than communal check-in/out processes).

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IMPAC | COVID-19 Return to work guide

IMPAC is a world-class provider of workplace health and safety and have developed a suite of FREE resources, including a one hour eLearning session to help you with your return to work planning.

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Sanitiser Station services

The perfect sanitiser dispenser for all NZ businesses with foot pedal operation you can ensure clean hands from everyone entering your premise or work site. Orders to alex@alroundsheetmetals.co.nz


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Central Interceptor - COVID-19 Response Case Study

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

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Client Leadership Framework - COVID19 version

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.

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What COVID-19 challenges are faced by safety managers?

Primary research by The Culture Effect relating to Health & Safety Managers & Organisations.

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How are organisations responding to COVID-19?

Primary research by The Culture Effect relating to Health & Safety Managers & Organisations.

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