Audit services for dangerous goods or hazardous substances
Whether you feel confident doing your own assessment or you need the extra security of a Hazero site visit, we’re here to help.
Can we help you meet your compliance obligations?
For most small to medium sized businesses, determining what real compliance looks like on your site can be a challenge. At Hazero, we help to make the complex become simple, starting with our simple site assessment tool. This handy tool takes you step by step through an analysis of the hazardous substances you currently have, along with the level of compliance and response capability in place.
Once you have completed the self-assessment form send it to email@example.com. One of our professionals will assess it and report back to you promptly with recommendations to get you up to speed quickly.
To download your self-assessment tool, click here
Sometimes sites or situations are too complex to assess yourself. While you might think calling in a Compliance Certifier would be the next step, consider engaging one of the Hazero professionals first. Our team has years of industry and regulatory knowledge from working on hundreds of workplaces.
For your peace of mind, we can visit your site and carry out a comprehensive assessment before completing a report and submitting recommendations to you for your consideration. Our site audits are obligation free and generally, we offer these as a complimentary service.
Need help on your site?
A compliance inspection can be quite daunting for businesses working with hazardous goods. So why not beat the heat by preparing yourself well in advance to identify and reduce any possible compliance obligations? To make this job a lot easier, we’ve provided the following helpful links that give an outline of the different New Zealand requirements:
- Key points from the Hazardous Substances Regulations
- Using the Hazardous Substances Toolbox
- Industry specific guidance
- Create an inventory using the Hazardous Substances Calculator
- Drawing up an Emergency Response Plan
- Storage and signage
- Complete Health & Safety Regulations (December 2017)