We produce a number of corporate publications including our Statement of Performance Expectation and Statement of Intent. We also produce quarterly reports for the Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety detailing progress against our performance framework and our key priorities
Documents and publications
Statement of performance expectations
Our Statement of Performance Expectations outlines our strategic direction, budget, activities, and performance indicators
Statement of Intent 2016 – 2020
Our Statement of Intent sets out our strategic intentions for New Zealand’s workplace health and safety system over a four-year period and is updated less regularly than the SPE.
WorkSafe New Zealand’s quarterly reports to the Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety detail progress against our performance framework and our key priorities.
The Annual Report for WorkSafe New Zealand gives a snapshot of our work each year, and provides financial statements.
Our Performance Story
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Briefing to the Incoming Minister - Workplace Relations and Safety - October 2017
Targeted independent review of WorkSafe New Zealand
In late 2015, Doug Martin was commissioned to undertake a targeted independent review of WorkSafe New Zealand which focussed on its engagement, assessing the quality of its interactions with stakeholders given WorkSafe’s education, engagement and enforcement roles.