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Apply now for the +IMPAC / ESL Internship - Empowering Emerging Safety Leaders

15 June, 2023

The Emerging Safety Leaders (ESL) network, in partnership with +IMPAC, is excited to announce the opening of applications for the +IMPAC Internship 2023. This unique opportunity offers an emerging safety professional the chance to progress their career within New Zealand’s leading Health + Safety solutions provider. Read more

Grass roots first aid for mental health in the workplace improves overall worker safety

23 February, 2023

Employers who tell their employees to 'leave their personal problems at home' may be contributing to a more hazardous workplace by increasing the risk of serious, even fatal, accidents on site. Read more

Why +IMPAC is the right choice for your NEBOSH Diploma studies

14 February, 2023

In the New Zealand Health and Safety industry defining your career path and training needs can be complicated. However, there’s no question that for those serious about a career in Health and Safety, the NEBOSH International Diploma is a critical qualification, and +IMPAC’s programme gives learners the best chance to succeed. Read more

Managing risk is the key to success for skier Ben Barclay

29 August, 2022

The greater the safety risk, the more important the planning and preparation. Nobody knows that better than New Zealand Olympic freestyle skier Ben Barclay. Success in his chosen sport definitely requires a degree of boldness and the ability to take risks. But behind the scenes, there’s hours and hours of careful planning, coaching and training to minimise the variables at play and make every run as safe, precise and predictable as possible. Read more

IMPAC is proud to support Ben Barclay as he goes for gold!

4 February, 2022

Watch Ben compete in the Men’s Freestyle Skiing (Slopestyle), Monday February 14, 5.30pmNZT. Read more

Worried about operating your business safely in a Covid-endemic NZ? You're not alone.

30 November, 2021

The Covid-19 Delta outbreak has created a unique landscape of uncertainty for businesses as New Zealand moves from an elimination strategy to learning to live with the virus in our communities. At IMPAC our team has undertaken the same thorough risk assessment that many businesses are going through, as we all try to balance workers' rights and safety with legal obligations. Read more

Growing the next generation of H&S Leaders - IMPAC Scholarship awarded

22 July, 2021

IMPAC, as Network Partner of NZISM’s Emerging Safety Leaders, has offered a developing health and safety professional the amazing opportunity to grow their potential with a NEBOSH training scholarship valued at $13,500. Read more

IMPAC grows with Safeworx to help more Kiwis get home safe from work

1 December, 2020

IMPAC, New Zealand’s leading Health and Safety solutions provider, has acquired a majority shareholding in personal protective and safety equipment supplier, Safeworx. Both companies are locally owned and operated, committed to helping keep Kiwi workers safe for over 20 years. Read more

IMPAC successful in securing ACC Workplace Injury Prevention Grant | Engineered Stone Fabricator RCS Accreditation Programme

15 July, 2020

Engineered stone benchtops are nowadays a common sight as an attractive and practical workspace for the heart of the NZ home. However, it is the respirable crystalline silica (RCS), in the form of a very fine dust generated during the fabrication of such products, that is cause for significant concern in the workplace. RCS causes scarring of the tissue leading to silicosis which can cause permanent disability or death and is an emerging health issue overseas. Read more

Helping our clients drive better outcomes for their people | IMPAC health and safety

23 April, 2020

Over the past few months, we have published stories in Safeguard magazine about working with our clients to drive better health and safety outcomes for their people. Each story featured their commitment to developing the right tools, policies and training to make a step change in safety. Read more