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Nov 13

New Health and Safety at Work Act

Posted by Karen Ruane on Friday, November 13, 2015

Heads-up

The new health and safety legislation has passed and we all need to start planning.

Businesses needs to be compliant by 4 April 2016, when the new Health and Safety at Work Act takes effect, replacing the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992.

A lot of information is still to come on how the Act will operate.  Regulations will be released to clarify how it will work for different industries.  WorkSafe New Zealand will provide guidelines to businesses and workers.

The legislation has brought in new concepts of who is responsible, for what and where.  You need to be aware of these to assess whether your health and safety systems are adequate or if they need a reboot for your business to be compliant.

Our Special Alert newsletter relating to this legislation was emailed to clients today

Jun 26

Pen Moore travels to Normandy for D-Day Anniversary

Posted by Karen Ruane on Thursday, June 26, 2014

Pen Moore, a former Partner of Moore & de Lisle, was honoured to be one of the nine New Zealand World War II Veterans to attend the 70th Anniversary of the Normandy “D-Day” Landing commemorations.

Pen (on right in photo) at the war graves Bayeaux

For many past clients (and quite a few current clients), Pen will be a familiar face having only left Moore & de Lisle in 2012, 20 years after forming the practice with his daughter Jenny back in 1992.
Pen was away for 13 days with the Government led delegation travelling on the New Zealand Air Force jet.  The Veterans were treated like Royalty and one of the many highlights of the trip for Pen was meeting Queen Elizabeth. 







Pen talks with Prince Philip just after being introduced to Her Majesty The Queen


TV One interviewed Pen and the other Veterans before they left New Zealand - to view the video click on the link here http://tvnz.co.nz/national-news/delayed-start-wwii-veterans-normandy-trip-video-5987769

If you’re interested in reading a little more of Pen’s wartime Naval history the following link provides a summary http://www.russianconvoyclub.org.nz/MyStory.htm#Penwill