Welcome to Impac


Impac Services is New Zealand’s leading provider of safety and risk management solutions. We are trusted suppliers to many of New Zealand's leading public sector organisations, SOEs, corporates, regulators and law firms whilst our training services are accredited by NZQA, NEBOSH and IOSH.

 Our mission is to protect people at work and prevent serious incidents through providing:

  • Safety Leadership  - Safety starts at the top and Impac provides a full range of safety leadership solutions, including: safety leadership workshops, coaching, strategy development, culture assessment and governance reviews

  • Training to enhance safety knowledge and skills (including managers, representatives, and safety practitioners)

  • Health and Safety systems and advice that deliver the processes and support to manage risk to as low as reasonably practicable (with particular emphasis on controlling "critical risks") and drive continuous improvement

  • Health and Safety Software for the new legislation to meet your due diligence requirements

  • Contractor Management for prequalification of contractors health and safety systems to indicate their ability to perform work is aligned with good practice

  • Audits and reviews to offer assurance that systems / controls are working and recommendations for continuous improvement

We offer a “one-stop shop” to our clients, with a full range of professional services, whether it is outsourcing health and safety management, ad hoc consulting advice, health and safety training for staff, training for health and safety professionals, health and safety auditing or health and safety software solutions.


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Impac commits to 2016 Safeguard Conference sponsorship, 5 October

Impac Services are proud to be sponsors of the Safeguard Conference 2016 to be held 25-26 May at SKYCITY Auckland Convention Centre.

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Australia: an opportunity missed, 2 October

The so-called harmonisation of Australia’s OHS laws, based on the Model Act adopted as the basis for New Zealand’s new legislation, was principally aimed at lifting business productivity rather than improving safety outcomes, according to an Australian lawyer and safety consultant.

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