During the 3-year time period from January 2010 to December 2012, 145 children aged 0 – 14 years were admitted to Starship Children’s Health with trampoline-related injuries.
Today marks the first day of operation for Worksafe New Zealand, a stand-alone crown agency solely focused on improving workplace health and safety, and the safe use of electricity and gas everywhere.
As we turn our attention to Christmas, many of us embrace the tradition of decorating items with colourful lights or buying and selling goods online.
As a parent, sometimes it’s hard to know how to choose safe children’s products. You’ll want to make sure the children’s products you buy and use are safe and avoid products that may cause injuries. By choosing products that meet safety standards, you can be reassured that these products are safe and reliable.
Three inexpensive sunscreens commonly found at supermarkets topped Consumer NZ's test for protection against the sun's damaging UV radiation.
BS 7121-2:2003 Code of practice for safe use of cranes. Inspection, testing and examination has been split into six sub-parts, to bring more focus on specific types of cranes.