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9 August 2018

Registration is now open for the September Forum - use this link here

9 August 2018

Registration is now open for the October training - use this link here

9 July 2018

 click here to view (available only to EEA Members)

19 April 2018

For information about the Forum and/or to register to attend please follow this link.

3 April 2018

Comment / Feedback closing 20th April 2018

14 March 2018

The new EEA Guide on Overlapping Duties Under the Health and Safety at Work Act is now available.

6 March 2018

The report is now available...

22 February 2018

 Visits EEA Upcoming Events to find out more

2 February 2018

To registered for the training see Upcoming EEA Events. 

This course is now confirmed - limited places still available.

30 January 2018

EEA is partnering with Liquid Learning for the 2018 Construction, Infrastructure and Engineering Leadership Workshop, which will take place in Auckland on 20-21 March.

26 January 2018

24 January 2018

Consultation closes 28th February 2018.

14 December 2017

REMINDER:  The consultation closed on the 23rd of February 2018


24 November 2017

Opus Research, NIWA and the University of Auckland are undertaking a project aimed at improving the resilience and robustness of New Zealand's infrastructure to wind storms. They are looking for information on how EEA members are dealing with, and recording information about, wind damage.

21 November 2017

17 November 2017

 To view and find out more here

16 November 2017

This latest version has been prepared to provide guidance on the requirements for supervision. Visit
EEA Publications

16 November 2017

EEA has recently issued a new Technical Guide: Safe Work with Cables that sets out the essential safety requirements for identifying and making safeHV and LV cables. Visit EEA Publications

25 October 2017

Guide Consultation - Overlapping Duties Under the Health and Safety at Work Act. Information available here.

18 October 2017

Registration for this course is open. Note: Places are limited to 20 attendees.

10 October 2017

Presentations are now available - click here to view

27 September 2017

ICAM is an industrial HSE initiative that draws on the work of the eminent organisational psychologist and human error expert Professor James Reason. ICAM provides a highly practical and structured method in which to conduct systemic HSE investigations.

17 August 2017

Registration is closed for the next course being held in Hamilton.  This course is confirmed.

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