Practical Hands-on Health and Safety Training in NZ

Whether you are; accessing a job at height, entering a confined space, evaluating the hazards of a work task, investigating an incident, or extinguishing a fire, Safety ‘n Action training involves real work environments, actual safety equipment and use of relevant safety documentation.

As New Zealand’s leading Health & Safety Training Professionals we know people learn best when faced with work relevant safety issues that require hands on solutions.

Our philosophy is to make training:
Relevant to your industry, Practical so as to reinforce learning, Fun so that learning is memorable.

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Chosen for our Knowledge, Expertise and Great Service

Our NZQA health and safety courses are chosen by customers wanting; the most up to date information on Health and Safety practices in New Zealand, use of company procedures integrated into the learning and with a consistently professional standard of delivery.

Our full time industry experienced trainers are located Nationwide. We are able to train at your own site or one of our purpose designed and fully equipped Training Centres.

 

 

Safety ‘n Action train in over 30 occupational health and safety courses all aimed at improving workplace safety. If you plan to hire a boom lift, cherry picker or scissor lift, our EWP training will help your employees keep safe during this high risk work. Safety courses such as working at heights, forklift training, gantry crane training, accident investigation and manual handling training will help ensure correct operator use and ultimately, prevention of injuries. Training courses such as chemical handling, breathing apparatus and fire extinguisher training all incorporate the use of correct procedures and actions needed in an emergency. We have many clients that continually tell us that we offer New Zealand’s best training courses.

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Go Safe Card – Proof of Training

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The wallet-size card that displays proof of your training. It shows your completed units through Safety ‘n Action, giving the date completed and when these need to be refreshed.

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