Worksafe / Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa

Worksafe / Mahi Haumaru Aotearoa
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  • Worksafe educates and engages with workplaces regarding health and safety, hazardous substances and energy safety, works with other agencies and parties to improve workplace health and safety systems, and provides information, codes, and guidance for workers and employers.
  • Undertakes workplace assessments and investigations to improve health and safety at work, monitors and enforces compliance with the law, and prosecutes people for serious workplace health and safety failures.

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