Story without Video

Safe Work Place Award For HBDHB

Story without Video

Event Details

The Hawke’s Bay District Health Board has been recognised for its innovative health and safety leadership at a national level.

The DHB was one of four businesses in the region to be awarded for going above and beyond it its initiatives around health and safety in the work place at the inaugural Safest Place to Work Awards.

The healthcare provider was applauded for its leadership to ensure all on-site contractors followed its Safe365 health and safety assessment tool.

The awards, a new initiative from leading cloud-based health and safety software provider Safe365, were backed by Trade Me Jobs, AdviceFirst, Health and Safety Association NZ and the New Zealand Institute of Safety Management.

Photo: Hawke’s Bay District Health Board Executive Director People and Quality, Kate Coley (centre), pictured with the other winners at the Safe356 Safest Places to Work national awards. 

For morCapturee on this and other great Hawke’s Bay stories go to

Posted: 28 November 2018

Back-up Generator Powers The Way For Waimarama
Holly Trail Boosts Hospice Fundraising Efforts

Open Jobs
  • 3 Waters Project Engineer – Hastings District Council

    Hastings District Council

    View job offer

  • Board Administrator/PA to Company Secretary – HBDHB

    Hawkes Bay District Health Board

    View job offer

  • Social Worker, Care & Protection – Oranga Tamariki

    Oranga Tamariki

    View job offer

  • Work Brokers – Ministry of Social Development

    Ministry of Social Development

    View job offer