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Health and Safety

At KENAI Limited, we put the health, safety and well-being of our staff and the and communities we live, work and play in at the forefront of our work.  KENAI Limited is committed to working with our clients to ensure that risk is managed and that the health and safety of our people, as well as the legislation relating to health and safety requirements, are met. Health and safety is of the utmost importance to management and sits at the core of how KENAI Limited operates. There is an unprecedented commitment to ensure all workers make it home to their families every day.

One of businesses’ biggest risks is the use of contractors, who are often engaged to undertake non-core work, but which impinges directly on the core operation of the organisation. Managing contractors effectively and identifying safe contractors is crucial.

The Health and Safety at Work Act (2015) requires PCBU’s to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of workers. Workers includes contractors to a client organisation, their employees and their subcontractors. Client organisations want to ensure their contractors have the required systems and capability to keep people safe.

Providing a robust contractor prequalification process which; Kenai has; is, recognised as a vital first component of a comprehensive contractor health and safety management system. Kenai's Health and safety systems have been reviewed and scored with a 92% over an above the Health and Safety at Work Act (2015) and ASNZ 4801 requirements.  

See below for KENAI Limited's Health and Safety Policy and our IMPAC prequalification and Tōtika category 3 certification.

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