Taranaki Construction Safety Group - Upcoming Event

Registration Form for the Apprentice Challenge
11th Annual Apprentice Challenge - 11th October 2019

All enquiries and bookings to sec@tcsg.nz.
2019 Flyer Registration Form (004).pdf
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Engage Session - 21st August 2019

BeSafe Taranaki hosted the ENGAGE breakfast session on Wed, 21 August 2019



New Zealand health & safety in 2019 – commitment, courage or complacency?

Guest speaker: Francois Barton, Executive Director, Business Leaders’ Health and Safety Forum.

BeSafe Taranaki Engage Breakfast Powerpoint
Enjoyed the session - this is the material presented.
BeSafe - Commitment, courage or commitme
Adobe Acrobat Document 2.0 MB
CEO Guide to Mental Health and Wellbeing
A useful guide to understand and manage mental health in your organisation
Adobe Acrobat Document 539.9 KB

Welcome to BeSafe Taranaki

Be Safe Taranaki is pleased to provide and support a number of opportunities that promote safety in the Taranaki community and beyond.  We welcome your enquiry, involvement and feedback.

Be Safe Taranaki supports and promotes health and safety training and initiatives in Taranaki. 

Be Safe Taranaki supports the aim for 'zero harm':

  • by sharing a 'best practice' approach to safety systems and procedures
  • through alignment of training and standards
  • with consistent expectations of staff and contractors on Taranaki sites
  • by supporting young and new workers with the right safety skills 


Details on what Be Safe Taranaki is currently working on around the region.


Be Safe Taranaki and NZIHT facilitate training courses aimed at raising the standard of health and safety within the work environment and wider community. 

The Engage Sessions are a successful collaboration to ensure that we are thinking proactively about Safety and working collaboratively