Call for papers
Building professional capability is the number one objective of HASANZ CONFERENCE 2021. It’s about “sharing know how and growing how to”. HASANZ welcomes abstracts for our 2021 conference. We are seeking presentations that will share your expertise and grow the knowledge of conference attendees.
HASANZ CONFERENCE 2021 is a multi-disciplinary conference for New Zealand’s diverse workplace health and safety community, including health and safety professionals, business health and safety managers, public agencies, educators and sector leaders.
|Abstracts submission deadline||Friday, 9 April 2021|
|Accepted presenters notified||Friday, 30 April 2021|
|Full papers submitted for peer review |
|Friday, 25 June 2021|
|All other full papers due||Friday, 30 July 2021|
|Presenter registration deadline||Friday, 30 July 2021|
|Poster Submission Deadline for|
Best Poster Competition
|Friday, 27 August 2021 (5pm)|
Submission of abstracts
Abstracts for papers are to be no more than 300 words (2100 characters) and meet the selection criteria provided below.
The conference committee will evaluate abstracts against the following criteria:
- Relevance to conference theme
- Audience appeal
- Papers should contribute to the improvement of workplace health and safety in New Zealand.
Abstracts should include target audience, aims, methods, results, conclusion (where appropriate) and learning objectives.
Abstracts must be submitted online (see submission button at the top of this web page).
The online submission form will request the following information: contact details for the principal presenter and any co-presenters, co-authors, presenter profiles and colour photo, and conference theme and stream association.
Abstracts will be evaluated by the HASANZ Conference Committee against the selection criteria. Accepted presenters will have the opportunity to have their full paper peer reviewed and published on the HASANZ CONFERENCE 2021 website following the conclusion of the conference. Please advise us on the submission form if you wish your paper to be peer reviewed.
Presentations will be given at the concurrent sessions in our conference programme on the morning and afternoon of Thursday 2 and Friday 3 September.
Your submission should fit with one of the following streams:
- Sharing know how (eg, knowledge and experience, research)
- Growing how to (eg, case studies, innovations)
- Open stream.
We are seeking compelling, informative, and inspiring presentations that will build professional capability.
This conference has a practical focus. We are looking for examples of best practice in action and practical advice, tips and tools that people can take away and apply to make New Zealand’s workplaces healthier and safer.
Presentations may include case studies, innovative practice examples, research based presentations or technical and academic papers across all areas of workplace health and safety.
Presenters will be allocated 30 minutes, including 5 minutes for questions.
You will have access to a data projector, laptop, screen and sound system.
If your submission is accepted for presentation, you must register for the conference. Presenters can register at the discounted early rate until 30 July.
Terms and conditions
By submitting an abstract and photo you give consent to publication of the abstract and photo in conference material including, but not limited to, the HASANZ CONFERENCE 2021 website, conference programme, conference app and conference publicity.
All abstracts must be original work. Authors are responsible for the accuracy of the abstract.
All submissions must be completed electronically via the online submission form by 5pm, 9 April 2021.
On acceptance, presenters are expected to register and pay. A discounted registration rate is available to all presenters – one day or full conference options are offered. Registrations open on 1 February. The deadline for presenter registration is 30 July.