Nelson Health and Safety Expo

Pictured is CrestClean Franchisee and Induction Trainer Mel Fearn

CrestClean Franchisee and Induction Trainer Mel Fearn.

On 29th August CrestClean Nelson attended its first Health and Safety Expo, at the Suburban Club Sports Hall.  The expo was organised by the Chamber of Commerce and the Health and Safety Network.

Guest speakers from business, ACC and MBIE covered the business essentials in health and safety, including the need to manage hazards, train and supervise staff and prepare for emergencies.

Over 200 people visited the health and safety expo and saw and heard about the latest in health and safety products and information. Exhibitors rated the day a huge success with a lot of interest from those attending.

This expo was to showcase our industry leading Health and Safety procedures and equipment.

CrestClean understands our Health and Safety obligations. We have systems in place to ensure we can work safely, protecting our personnel, our customers and the public.

CrestClean’s Health, Safety and Environmental Management Systems are designed to comply with ASNZ: 4801, ISO: 14001, Contractor Pre-qualification and ACC Workplace Safety Management Practices. The systems meet ‘best practice’ requirements for Safe Working Procedures, workforce participation, corporate responsibility and governance.

CrestClean holds Contractor Prequalification status with CPNZ Ltd. CPNZ is an independent commercial body established to undertake a pre-qualification of Health, Safety and Environmental practice of contractors, on behalf of clients, prior to engaging in contracts. See

Crest Commercial Cleaning Ltd

P O Box 740
Dunedin 9054
New Zealand
Telephone: +64-3-477 1126
Fax: +64-3-477 1194


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