Getting kiwi workers home safe to their whānau at the end of each day, for the past 20 years.
Since it was formed in 1999, Site Safe has been influential in creating a positive change in the health & safety culture of New Zealand’s construction industry.
Our overarching goal is for the industry to be proud to be safe and to reduce injury and harm.
To do this, we provide education and resources on best practice systems and behaviours known to improve on-site health & safety. We help develop future Health & Safety leaders, give advice to businesses on solutions that make a real difference and ensure that everyone goes home safe at the end of each day.
Site Safe operates as a national not-for-profit membership organisation with extensive connections through our members, strategic partnerships and a strong relationship with industry groups. Our nationwide team is dedicated, experienced and passionate about what they do.
We hold a number of accreditations and employ a team of highly-qualified health and safety advisors.
Over 6,200 businesses from all parts of the construction and related industries are Site Safe members.
We train over 78,000 people a year, giving them the skills and knowledge to stay safe on all types of sites.