A CUT ABOVE THE REST

At Safety Matters we are regarded as square pegs in round holes, because we see things differently and push the boundaries in safety management beyond traditional systems and approaches, which we feel are dated and limited.

We treat safety as a continuous process (instead of a compliance requirement) and integrate workers in safety decisions at all levels.

At Safety Matters we help companies to define and create a culture of safety that is both effective and sustainable.

Our goal is to improve safety by offering some alternatives to conventional compliance based systems.

Why, because we are told by our clients that traditional safety methods are too complicated, boring and time consuming!

We challenge the status quo by invoking imagination, fun and engagement to inspire individuals to take more of an interest in health and safety.

Our products are clear, simple, workable and achieve dependable results.

News

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    16 January at 09:06 from atlas

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    1 January at 08:19 from atlas

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  • How to Engage Workers in Health and Safety

    30 December at 13:12 from atlas

    For a small country competing in the global economy, New Zealand's current levels of employee engagement pose a barrier to global ...