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 reasonably practicable (with particular emphasis on controling "critical risks") and drive continuous improvement

  • Innovative products that are the most effective and efficient means to manage safety

  • 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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Setting national standards, 12/12/14

WorkSafe NZ Annual Report 2013/14: A strengthened accreditation framework being developed for the New Zealand health and safety industry will allow CPD and practical experience to be formally assessed and used as a basis for practitioner certifications.

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WorkSafe: report on progress, 12/12/14

Nearly half the 117 prosecutions launched by WorkSafe NZ in the year ending June 2014 were against organisations in the manufacturing and construction sectors, according to data published in WorkSafe's 2013-14 annual report.

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Ministerial briefing, 28/11/14

The future of the proposed Safety Star Rating Scheme will be decided early next year, according to a WorkSafe NZ briefing paper prepared for the incoming Minister for Workplace Relations and Safety, Michael Woodhouse.

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