ConstructSafe’s first year of activity

ConstructSafe turned one year old in April 2017. The voluntary scheme is helping the New Zealand construction industry self-regulate around safety standards, providing basic tests that assess awareness of safety protocol and behaviour.

The first tier of the scheme, a foundation level framework, has been successfully launched. In the next phase of activity the foundation test will be re-vamped,  new tiers including a Plant Operator Competency test will be released, and the website given a refresh.

Here is a short clip about the ConstructSafe scheme:

For any questions about the scheme contact Jon Harper-Slade, ConstructSafe’s general manager.

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