Site Safe – Workplace Safety

CrestClean personnel hold Site Safe passports where required by our customers.

Site Safe is a ‘not for profit’ incorporated society, established in 1999. Site Safe’s Mission is to promote and advance a culture of workplace safety in the construction industry to reduce the number of deaths and injuries on construction sites.

Site Safe collectively works with, and support their members and the industry, to achieve site workplace safety.

 

Site Safe provides a wide range of health and safety solutions including:
  • Training
  • Regular safety information
  • Consultancy services
  • Auditing
  • Benchmarking and accreditation

Achieving a workplace safety culture involves advocacy, and creating an awareness of the consequences and costs of injuries. Site Safe works with many stakeholders across the industry, and with central government agencies.

More Information: www.sitesafe.org.nz

Health & Safety News

November 2022

CrestClean proud to be helping meet high export standards at Silver Fern Farms

Hygiene is extremely important at the Silver Fern Farms’ sheep and beef processing plant near Gore. The Waitane plant is regularly audited to ensure that it meets strict overseas market access requirements, and CrestClean is proud to be helping meet those standards. Franchisees Christine and Millard Macairan have been cleaning

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May 2022

CrestClean helps keep essential services moving

CrestClean is proud to help keep the country moving by sanitising workplaces across New Zealand — but what do you do when your workplace is a truck? As Omicron took a hold on New Zealand, South Island transport company Philip Wareing Ltd was faced with this problem. When a driver

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April 2022

From franchisee to QA, Melanie is building a successful career with CrestClean

You could say Melanie Fearn has grown up with CrestClean. When she was 23, she became the company’s youngest franchisee, and now 13 years later she has taken on the combined role of Quality Assurance Co-ordinator and Trainer with CrestClean’s Master Cleaners Training Institute (MCTI). “I’m excited about the new

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April 2022

CrestClean vehicles shine at 2022 audits

CrestClean’s twice-yearly vehicle audits kicked off in the Central North Island last week, and it’s shaping up to be the best year yet, says Health, Safety and Wellbeing Leader Ian Noon. “It’s been really successful so far. The general standard of presentation is very high and the franchisees all seem

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March 2022

CrestClean audits keep healthcare providers in good shape

Healthcare providers in Christchurch North have been given a clean bill of health by Liezl Foxcroft, who heads CrestClean’s Master Cleaners Training Institute. Liezl visited CrestClean healthcare customers Christchurch Eye Surgery, Southern Eye Specialists, Forté Health Hospital and Oxford Women’s Health to carry out spot audits to ensure high standards of

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All Health & Safety News

  • CrestClean proud to be helping meet high export...

    Christine and Millard Macairan, at Silver Fern Farms’ Waitane plant with Site Manager Bronwyn Cairns. Hygiene is extremely important at the Silver Fern Farms’ sheep and beef processing plant near Gore. The Waitane plant is regularly audited to ensure that it ...

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  • CrestClean helps keep essential services moving

    CrestClean franchisee Cesar Aquino sanitises the cab of a Philip Wareing Ltd truck. CrestClean is proud to help keep the country moving by sanitising workplaces across New Zealand — but what do you do when your workplace is a truck? As Omicron took a hold on ...

    FULL STORY
  • From franchisee to QA, Melanie is building a...

    Melanie Fearn is CrestClean’s new Quality Assurance Co-ordinator for Nelson. You could say Melanie Fearn has grown up with CrestClean. When she was 23, she became the company’s youngest franchisee, and now 13 years later she has taken on the combined role of ...

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  • CrestClean vehicles shine at 2022 audits

    It was a nice sunny day in Tauranga for the twice-yearly vehicle audits. CrestClean’s twice-yearly vehicle audits kicked off in the Central North Island last week, and it’s shaping up to be the best year yet, says Health, Safety and Wellbeing Leader Ian ...

    FULL STORY
  • CrestClean audits keep healthcare providers in good shape

    Liezl Foxcroft, General Manager of Training, with franchisees Nadeesha Kalansooriya and Nalin Dissanayake at Christchurch Eye Surgery. Healthcare providers in Christchurch North have been given a clean bill of health by Liezl Foxcroft, who heads ...

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  • Who ya gonna call? CrestClean!

    Cleaners wearing hazmat suits.

    When an Ashburton factory needed a Pandemic Clean, Michael and Rosa Rigos answered the call! When Ashburton manufacturer RX Plastics Ltd discovered they had a Covid case in their midst, they wanted to do everything they could to keep their staff safe. So, who ...

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