Attached is a presentation by Hazel Armstrong, for the Fabian Society in October 2012. The presentation is entitled Light Handed Regulation and Work Safety: A Rail Case Study.
Hazel’s speech for the Fabian Society, October 2012.
An article from the KiwiRail staff newsletter regarding the completion of the Otira Tunnel safety review. As Chair of the Working Party, Hazel Armstrong was heavily involved in this review.
A presentation by Ben Thompson, based on the article Experience rating and occupational disease – a New Zealand case study written by Hazel Armstrong and Kristen Bunn.
A journal article written by Hazel Armstrong and Kristen Bunn published in Policy and Practice in Health and Safety Vol 10.1, 2012.
The attached document is a presentation comparing the English common law system and New Zealand’s accident compensation system. The presentation was given by Andrea Jewell and Ben Thompson of Hazel Armstrong Law, on 26 July 2012.
Attached is a guide regarding the assessment of occupational noise-induced hearing loss, provided by ACC.
A report on Vocational Rehabilitation under the IRPC Act 2001, by Kathryn McPherson (AUT), February 2007.
Once ACC has covered your claim, they can provide various types of support. The type of help ACC can provide depends on what your needs are.
ACC can contribute to a wide range of medical and related costs, including doctor’s visits, treatment from various other health professionals, surgery, x-rays, prescription costs, etc.
If you need help managing at home following your injury, ACC can arrange various types of help for things like housework, your personal care and childcare.
The Work Preparation Programme will help you get back to work following an injury.
ACC Forum Friday 26 August 2011 – Is New Zealand in danger of losing both what is best about the ACC scheme, and our place as a world leader in accident compensation? What can be done?