Creating a safe workplace is a key goal for all of our customers. A commitment to safety best practice means identifying areas of risk in your business, and applying controls to eliminate or minimise them.
We provide you with driver-friendly tools and reports you need to meet your obligations under the Health and Safety at Work Act, from safer driving, to safer vehicles.
Key considerations for health and safety management
EROAD's Health and Safety Manager Chris Evans explores key considerations when creating and implementing a health and safety management system.
Contractor management under the Health and Safety at Work Act
Watch this webinar to learn about working with Contractors and Sub-Contractors Under the New Health and Safety Laws.
“We installed the EROAD system to help us manage health and safety outcomes and improve fleet utilisation and it’s already paid for itself with improvements in efficiency generated by the daily trip information and fuel savings.”
Fleet Manager, HRV
“With the health and safety reforms coming in 2015, Waitomo is now using EROAD’s Electronic Logbook, Driver Vehicle Inspection Checklist and Service module to help us make sure everything is ship shape.”
Chief Financial Officer, Waitomo Group
“We have to follow strict rules and regulations when dealing with LPG. The bottom line is health and safety is our first priority.”
Operations Manager, OnGas
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