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Unions disappointed in proposed cuts at WorkSafe

PSA says a well-resourced regulator is needed to tackle workplace health and safety, as up to 120 jobs could go in restructure.

CTU president Richard Wagstaff says workplace safety regulation risks going back to days before the Pike River Mine disaster.

Brent Edwards Thu, 21 Sep 2023

WorkSafe New Zealand has said that 100 to 120 jobs could be lost as part of its restructure.

It announced the proposed changes today, the same day its chief executive Phil Parkes said he was resigning. But Parkes will stay on until the end of the year to see through the structural reorganisation of

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