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Entries for the NZ Building Awards are closing soon

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

The NZ Building Industry Awards are open to anyone in the building industry, with entries judged by a panel of senior construction practitioners. There are three weeks remaining to nominate your company’s high performers for this year’s Awards. Entries close on Friday, 6 May.

Welcome to our new Membership Officer

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

After almost six years working as the NZIOB’s Membership Officer, Niki Tyler has moved on to an exciting new role at NZ Post. We are pleased to announce that Jenny Lynch has joined the NZIOB as our new Membership Officer.

Missed the Clearhead webinar?

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

Last week we ran an introductory webinar on our new Employee Assistance Programme (EAP), going over what Clearhead services our members are entitled to and how to access them. If you missed the webinar, a recording of it is available in the membership portal.

Welcome to our new Members

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

The NZIOB welcomes its newest members, who had their memberships ratified by the NZIOB National Board on 28 March. A warm welcome to you all and we look forward to connecting with you at an upcoming NZIOB event.

Upcoming NZIOB webinars

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

Don’t miss out on registering for these upcoming NZIOB webinars: NZIOB & Site Safe Mental Health and Wellness (Wed 4 May); and Scott Base – NZ’s Coolest Redevelopment (Thu 12 May).

COVID-19 update for the building and construction sector

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

As of 11:59pm last night, all of New Zealand has moved to the Orange setting of the Traffic Light system. Keep an eye out for updated Construction Protocols and Standards on the CHASNZ website. Also, new workplace guidance is now available to help employers update their health and safety risk assessments, especially in relation to vaccination requirements.

Introducing Waihanga Ara Rau

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

Waihanga Ara Rau (Construction and Infrastructure) Workforce Development Council is one of six Workforce Development Councils set up under the Reform of Vocational Education to give industries greater leadership and influence across vocational education. The industry-led organisation has been established to develop and maintain a strategic view of the skills the construction and infrastructure industries require now and in the future.

Innovative solution to dire shortage of health project managers

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

A desperate shortage of specialised project managers could jeopardise the $10bn investment planned over the next ten years by the four Northern Region District Health Boards. To mitigate, the four DHBs and Auckland University have come up with a solution: a Master of Engineering in health project management.

A new registration and licensing regime for engineers

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

MBIE has announced that Cabinet has agreed to progress with a new regulatory regime for professional engineers. In order to be registered under the new regime, engineers will need to have a minimum qualification, and be subject to a code of ethics and continuing professional development requirements.

Work ramping up on ‘Accord 2.0’

Posted on Thursday 14 April, 2022

The Construction Sector Transformation Plan is a three-year plan of action from industry and government to lift the performance of the sector. The Construction Sector Accord team is working hard on developing the next version of the Transformation Plan, which they are calling ‘Accord 2.0’.

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