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Under the Health and Safety at Work Act (2015) every New Zealand business has a legal duty of care to provide first aid.Red Cross First Aid has taken the hassle out of getting your business compliant with everything you need to get sorted, all in one place!
Mental Health Matters
New Zealand Red Cross is running some taster courses around the country over the next few months. Let our team know if you are interested. Click here to find out more!
Mental Health Matters course dates
Time: 9 AM - 4 PM Course length: 7 hours Cost: $225 per person (Including GST)
Christchurch - Tuesday 22 October and Wednesday 23 October
Dunedin - Tuesday 5 November and Wednesday 6 November
Wellington - Monday 18 November and Tuesday 19 November
Hamilton - Thursday 28 November and Friday 29 November
Nelson - Tuesday 3 December and Wednesday 4 December
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Assess Your Business
You can also see industry-specific compliance information below. If you have any questions about your requirements, email us at: email@example.com
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We have training venues all around New Zealand - with flexible course options to suit all Kiwi businesses.
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Red Cross now has the most comprehensive range of modern, innovative and industry-specific first aid products in the country - all available for purchase online.
EMAIL US to find out what your business needs to do to get your compliance sorted. We're here to help!
To be first aid compliant, you must have:
- Assessed your workplace, the nature of the work, and workers
And then ensure you have:
- Adequate numbers of trained first aiders
- Adequate first aid equipment
- Access to facilities for the administration of first aid
Businesses that fail to comply with these regulations can face fines of up to $50,000.