Kelvin is the proud owner of "Health and Safety at Work NZ Ltd," a company dedicated to ensuring the safety and well-being of workplaces across New Zealand. With a dedicated staff of three, Kelvin brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his role as a Compliance Certifier and Health and Safety Consultant. His extensive background, including years as a Builder and Police Officer as well as working in Australia, has equipped him with a unique perspective and skill set that enables him to assist companies with a wide range of needs.
Kelvin not only helps businesses meet their Health and Safety requirements but also provides invaluable guidance on handling Hazardous Substances and Compliance Certification. His proficiency extends to issuing Location Compliance Certificates and Stationary Container Systems Compliance Certificates, further solidifying his commitment to creating safer work environments. Kelvin's ability to connect with business owners and the public is thanks to his diverse career which ensures that his clients receive top-notch advice and support in navigating the complex landscape of workplace safety and compliance.
Aaron joined the executive after the 2023 AGM. Info to come soon.
Kevin joined the executive after the 2023 AGM. Info to come soon.
Brendan joined the executive after the 2023 AGM. Info to come soon.
Ken is provides technical compliance advice and support to the Chemical Industry, importers,manufacturers, suppliers, retailers, end-users, territorial authorities, enforcement agencies, and allied emergency services.
He is a specialist advisor in chemical management for Responsible Care NZ - Compliance, Technical, Hazardous Substance Emergency Technician.
Grant Tattley has spent 26 years with the Royal New Zealand Navy as a Electronics Technician and the last 11 years as a Royal New Zealand Naval College Educator. During this time he has achieved his qualification as Adult Education and Training (Level 5), incorporating workplace assessment and moderation. He is also qualified as a Defence Force Test Certifier, an HSNO Test Certifier, and a HSWA Compliance Certifier. Grant is our HSPNZ Technical Advisory Board Manager and assists with reviewing constitution and reviewing qualification development.
Kirsty is based in Dunedin and is a Compliance Certifier and director of KM Compliance Ltd. For the past 12 years she has been working in the Hazardous Substance area both in a compliance/auditing role and using her previous background in IT, to develop website /IT solutions to streamline the certification and reporting process. She has a range of approvals that covers Hazardous Substance Locations, Stationary Container Systems (tanks and process vessels), Fillers and Handlers. HSPNZ has an important role as Secretary supporting our busy President and Kirsty also holds another important position as Treasurer for our Society.
Rex Alexander operates an environmental, landuse planning, and risk management consultancy specialising in legislative compliance for hazardous substances management against the Health and Safety at Work, Resource Management, Fire and Emergency and Building legislation. He is also a joint equal Director of a multinational company providing training via 3D Virtual and Augmented Reality online in NZ in the legislative environments identified above.
Holding post graduate qualifications in chemical management and toxicology from the University of Otago, Rex completed his Masters focusing on scoping the IT development of a Software as a Service (SaaF) program for chemical emergency management and a Graduate Diploma project developing 3D online training to NZQA Unit Standards and Skills NZ accreditation.
Last century was granted a Local Govt NZ and industry scholarship to study Marine Oil Spill Response spending 6 months in Europe and the UK including attending a Coastguard Agency Marine Pollution Control Unit (MPCU) course and a Masters’ level course in Explosion Prediction & Mitigation at the University of Leeds. The 1990’s was spent working with ERMA then the EPA on the development of the HSNO legislation as an implementation committee member and Ministerial adviser.
As an ex-NZ Army infantry combat medic and NZ Fire Service officer Rex now gives back to those communities, their children and whānau engaging at professional association, government, and ministerial level to have recognised and compensated the medical, physical, and psychological conditions associated with Defence and Emergency Services exposures to toxic environments and in which subjects he is a Doctoral Candidate through Te Pūkenga.