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To find out how well the working at heights (WAH) regulation is running, it is important to compare the cost and the benefits. Comparing the costs involved with getting work sites and equipment up to compliance, with the overall savings of reduced injuries, will give us a clear idea of the effectiveness of the new regulations. Read More

At SafeSmart, tradie safety is our top priority. On that note, a quick example of how not to conduct yourself on the work site. Read More

According to a media release by Scaffolding, Access & Rigging NZ (SARNZ) in December 2014, there is a shortage of registered certified scaffolders who can work at a high standard in New Zealand. It is important to increase the available workforce to meet the increasing demand for construction throughout New Zealand. Read More

Daveron Scaffolding has a significant role as restoration contractor for the Christchurch Arts Centre. The requirement for flexible use and quality material has lead to the use of SafeSmart's PROSCAF scaffolding systems to help with this major construction project. Read More

SafeSmart recently worked with the team at Camelspace to build a custom designed seating frame for the 2015 Cricket World Cup. 49 matches with New Zealand hosting 23 of the games, we consider it a privilege to work on this significant project and were able to deliver a quality product to help Cricket fans enjoy the games. Read More

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