Ngāi Tahu Property and ACC trial worker safety initiative


An upcoming state-of-the-art office building in Dunedin will be the case study for new safety trials, aimed at reducing the number of workplace accidents in the building industry. 

Ngāi Tahu Property and ACC have joined forces with the construction Industry to reduce the high rates of accidents and injuries on construction sites, through Building Information Modelling (BIM). Currently, the construction industry represents eight percent of the workforce, but accounts for more than 16 percent of ACC work claims, at a cost of $158 million annually. 

The project aims to reduce workplace harm by developing best practice guidelines for integrating health and safety information into BIM models and then enabling workers to access the models in real-time. 

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