All of NZ is currently at alert level 1.

Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people who fall sick with COVID-19 will experience mild to moderate symptoms and recover without special treatment

Advisers guiding you through the Covid-19 alert levels

The HASANZ Register is a platform which is free to use and will help you find reliable, quality, health and safety advice. 

There are varied disciplines that together make up New Zealands health and safety workforce and to help guide you we’ve provided a summary of the areas covered by our professional member Associations.

Getting help from health and safety professionals at COVID-19 alert levels

Contact Tracing and Safety Plan

Contact Tracing

To stop any future spread of COVID-19, we need to trace the contacts of anyone who may have been exposed to COVID-19 and break the chain of transmission. Contact tracing helps us do that.

Meet your contact tracing requirements

All people on-site should sign in using either the QR code or an alternative contact tracing system. This includes employees, customers and other visitors. Make sure it’s done every day, including weekends and after hours. People who sign in with the NZ COVID Tracer app don’t need to use an alternative system.

Display your QR code poster

All workplaces and businesses legally must display an NZ COVID Tracer QR code for each location. This applies at all Alert Levels.

Get your QR Code

Your COVID-19 safety plan – what you need to think about

Under alert Level 3 all businesses that are permitted to resume operations need to have a COVID-19 safety plan that sets out how they’ll operate safely.
To help meet the requirements for Level 3 work arrangements, WorkSafe New Zealand has developed a template to help workplaces consider the risks introduced by COVID-19 and how they can mitigate them

Covid-19 Safety Plan

The purpose of the plan is to ensure the health and safety of workers and others is not put at risk from changes that are made to work arrangements because of this pandemic. We know that for some workplaces, resumption of business in a way that minimises risk to workers is going to be hard to do and this template will support them through the process of considering risk, and controlling it.

HASANZ - COVID-19 Webinar Series

Dangerous Goods and Chemicals

Safely managing dangerous goods and chemicals Webinar

Global Responsible Care® Initiative: Commitment to Chemical Safety, Health and Environmental Protection in 65 Countries.

“No harm to people or our environment resulting from our operations and products”

Webinar Presentation

Dust and Silica

Best Practice Management of Dust and Silica Webinar

Discussing the Best Practice Management of Dust and Silica in the workplace. This covers the following topics:

  • Airways
  • Occupational Diseases
  • Lung Testing
  • Compliance vs Wholistic Programmes

Fletcher Building Webinar

Lessons & Opportunities from COVID-19 - Fletcher Building Webinar

Fletcher Building discusses the lessons from Covid-19 and the opportunities/challenges over the next 3-12 months

Webinar Presentation

Counterfeit Respirators

Webinar on Counterfeit Respirators – Can you tell the difference?

This webinar looks to provide information to businesses to help identify non-certified masks and therefore help to ensure workers are not unknowingly being provided with PPE that does not protect their health

Webinar Presentation

Chorus – its journey throughout COVID-19 and beyond

Chorus – its journey throughout COVID-19 and beyond Webinar

You will hear how Chorus managed staff, operations and service partners during the different Alert Levels. Also you will hear their plans for the future

Webinar Presentation

Workplace Hygiene Management

Workplace Hygiene Management Webinar

HASANZ and the NZ Occupational Hygiene Society (NZOHS) jointly hosted this webinar. A number of areas were covered including ventilation, cleaning, controls, PPE and driving to work.  The panel of Occupations Hygienists attending the webinar was Derek Miller, Carl Goodhue, Farai Chagonda and Bridgette Jennings.

Webinar Presentation

P2 Respiratory Mask Protection in Australia and New Zealand

Personal Leadership and Working Differently

Personal Leadership and Working Differently Webinar

Hear from Pam Mitchell and John Eatwell talking about "Working Differently and Personal Leadership". Under pressure we stop thinking strategically and start being tactical and responding ineffectively when issues are raised. What can we do to be the best people we can be for our businesses, families and for ourselves? John and Pam will take you through key elements of personal leadership in terms of physical and psychological tools that will assist you in meeting the current challenges.

Webinar Presentation

Resiliance Workbook

Strengths Handbook


Actively managing Covid-19 health risks at Fonterra

Actively managing Covid-19 health risks at Fonterra Webinar

The NZ Occupational Health Nurses Association (NZOHNA) and HASANZ are jointly hosting this webinar. You can hear from Clare Lynn and Terry Buckingham on how they have been actively managing the "managing the emerging COVID-19 health risks for Fonterra" in NZ and around the world.

Webinar Presentation

Managing Covid-19 in the Workplace

Managing Covid-19 in the Workplace Webinar

Dr Michael Antoniadis provides a brief overview at the start of the webinar. Dr Antoniadis is a Specialist in Occupational and Environmental Medicine and has a wealth of experience undertaking independent medical assessments, providing opinion on medical diagnosis, causation, injury management, treatment, rehabilitation, prognosis and fitness for work across small and large businesses in both government and the private sector.

Webinar Presentation

Working productively from home

Working productively from home Webinar

Presented by Marion Edwin, Rachel Lilley and Margaret van Schaik. They will outline ways for you  and your staff to adjust your home working space so that you can avoid discomfort or injury while working from home.

Webinar Presentation

Working Productively from home - our ergonomist's tips

Working from home with children

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