Department of Labour
Consultation regarding two separate regulatory proposals on how ACC responds to injury-related hearing loss claims: prescribing the proportion of the costs that ACC is liable to pay for hearing loss entitlements and updating procedures for noise-induced hearing loss assessment procedures.
Submission of the New Zealand Audiological Society on Regulations for Noise Induced Hearing Loss under the Accident Compensation Act 2001 pursuant to sections 323 and 324.
A survey of noise in saw-milling and wood processing industries, commissioned by ACC and carried out by the University of Otago, with the aim of assessing noise within the industry and identifying simple solutions to reducing the noise.
The aim of this study was to assess the risk of noise induced hearing loss (NIHL) in shearing and investigate practicable control methods.
McBride, Cowan, Utumapu, & Wallaart
In this report, the sources of the noise of the shearing systems are investigated to focus future efforts to reduce the magnitude of the noise of the shearing systems.
Mahn – Acoustic Research Group, University of Canterbury
In the twelve months to May 2000 Tranz Rail’s appalling health and safety record culminated in the death of five workers. This paper examines the history of rail from its birth to its corporatisation, sale and eventual renationalisation in an examination of how this came about and the progress made in this area after the Tranz Rail Inquiry.
By Hazel Armstrong
Examines the 2002 amendments to the Health and Safety in Employment Act 1992.
By Hazel Armstrong and Rob Brier