With broad functional consulting background, implementation and training experience the Safety ‘n Action team set themselves apart from traditional health and safety resources out there.
“If we need training but there is no course planned, or the course is already full, Safety ‘n Action will open a new course up to accommodate us. They are also located just around the corner from our Auckland yard which employs over 100 staff, so it’s very handy.”
For the past year the Capital & Coast District Health Board has been utilising Safety ‘n Action for its Health and Safety Representative Initial (HSRI) training and upskilling programmes. According to Health & Safety Service Manager Dave Lewis the training is impactful, effective and highly enjoyable.
The Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) currently utilises Safety ‘n Action to deliver Working at Heights training to a recognised New Zealand industry standard. This training is delivered to a range of personnel including supervisors and Mobile Elevated Working Platforms (MEWP) operators, with great results.
Commercial and industrial roof restoration specialist NZ Roof Tranz have been conducting staff training through Safety ‘n Action for the past five years. Director Andrew Boag says the training is first-rate and helps keep NZ Roof Tranz at the top of its field.
When it comes to health and safety training, Safety ‘n Action is the first port of call for Altus, a new organisation formed through the merger of Fletcher Aluminium and NALCO. Having completed Safety ‘n Action programmes himself, Health and Safety Advisor Matthew Artz says he can vouch 100 percent for the five-star training Safety ‘n Action delivers.