The COEU will see Otago Polytechnic spend a minimum of $275,000 on health and safety measures and initiatives
Health and safety at work continues to be essential during the recovery and rebuild of New Zealand's economy
'None of the workers were trained in the use of height safety equipment, or supervised by a competent person'
The worker's injuries could have been far more serious or even fatal
While returning to the ‘new normal’ may be an intimidating concept, the risks can be controlled with careful planning and good communication