Summer, the festive season and the New Year break are right around the corner! With many organisations tackling the end of year rush, we've included our top tips for Christmas stress busting below, and have one final Psychological First Aid course scheduled for 2019. Helping Kiwi businesses take care of the health and wellbeing of their teams [...]
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SkyCity’s Health and Safety team performed exceptionally while safeguarding the physical and emotional wellbeing of its staff during the events of last month’s fire. TriEx was proud to support them through the first response phase, with two of our Christchurch-based team members going above and beyond to provide additional support and expertise. SkyCity contacted our [...]
Christmas is widely regarded as the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be a time when stress levels soar. There’s often personal pressure to create the picture-perfect holiday, added financial strain and even increased family conflict – not to mention more stress at work thanks to holiday-shortened deadlines, anxious clients and customers, [...]
Following last month’s SkyCity fire, air quality experts have estimated the event caused a spike in particulate levels in Queen St air to more than five times national air quality standards. Smoke from the fire carried a combination of particles, burnt bitumen, wood smoke, and smoke from other building materials – resulting in tiny toxic [...]
The final quarter of 2019 is here and the official start of Summer is just 5 weeks away! Many of our clients are currently taking time to review their occupational safety policies and procedures in anticipation of the warmer months ahead, while making a start on their planning for (gasp!) 2020. That's why, this month, we’re providing some [...]
The World Health Organization describes the prevalence of obesity as an epidemic – and New Zealanders are taking out the Bronze medal in the ongoing race to be the world’s heaviest nation. Obesity is associated with a wide range of health risks – and it can also have a significant negative impact for businesses. Learn [...]
October is breast cancer awareness month – an international health campaign founded in 1985 to increase awareness of the disease and to raise funds for research into its cause, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and cure. This month is a particularly great time to get your team involved and do your bit to raise funds to support Breast [...]
The spring flowers are starting to appear, and many workplaces are looking for ways to help their teams recharge their batteries and get back into the zone following winter. That’s why, this month, our newsletter focuses on wellbeing – both physical and mental – in the workplace. Happy and safe employees are good for your [...]
Variation hands with peace sign Recruiting – and retaining – the right staff is vital to your organisation’s ability to grow and thrive. Studies show having great employee benefits on offer can help attract a higher calibre of candidates, while also fostering a positive company culture and encourage staff loyalty. Placing a focus [...]
Photo of pair foxy curly lady brunet guy raise thumbs recommend up product, buyer wear casual t-shirts isolated blue background Endorsed by the World Federation for Mental Health, Mental Health Awareness Week kicks off in New Zealand on September 23 – and this year is all about encouraging Kiwis to explore their way to wellbeing [...]