Introducing Kevin Thompson Chairman New Zealand Safety Council Executive Team. Kevin has been a member of the New Zealand Safety Council since 2003, a Registered Safety Professional since 2005, and an accredited safety auditor. He has served 2 terms as a NZSC board member and in 2017 appointed to the Chairman’s position. He brings to the table a Level 6 Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety, experience in the safety and training disciplines since 1997, and 12 years working as a Safety Manager in an Australasian Construction company. Since 2014 he has worked in the public sector as a consultant, assisting companies with Pre Qualifications such as ISN Networld, Impact PreQual, Site wise and Local Government. and developing and managing management systems including Environmental and tendering work. He is our membership liaison person and responsible for promoting membership in the Regions and for HASANZ applications.
John is Chief Executive of the New Zealand Safety Council having been Board chair for several years and he is also chair of the NZSC Registration Board for Registered Safety Professionals. He is a senior HSEQ Director having held several executive HSE General Manager roles with large international corporates. His background includes a career as an Engineering Artificer and Systems Engineer. He has also worked in the construction, rail, mining, infrastructure, transportation, forestry, telecommunications, gas, and manufacturing industry sectors. He specialises in developing due diligence governance and in leading organisational safety and environment capability through positive performance indicators and outcome measures. He is passionate about improving health, safety and environmental professionalism throughout Australasia.
Toniette Salt has been a safety professional for over 18 years, evolving from a machine operator and achieved Chartered Member of IOSH (CMIOSH) in 2007. She became a member of the New Zealand Safety Council and achieved Registered Safety Professional (RSP) and Accredited Safety Auditor (ASA) in 2010. She has served as a NZSC board member since 2012 and in 2017 appointed to the Secretary position. Toniette has a Bachelor of Engineering with Honours (BEng Hons) in manufacturing (1997) which has been complimented by the NEBOSH Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety (2005) and Specialist Diploma in Environmental Management (2007). Toniette has worked in a variety of industries in both UK and NZ which include Manufacturing (Engineering, Steel and Printing), Construction (Infrastructure and Residential), Power (Electrical Generation, Transmission/Distribution and Gas installations), and Prison/Probation Service. Her current role is as Global Health and Safety Manager with Fisher & Paykel Appliances. As our Secretary she is also responsible for ensuring that HASANZ Register applications go through the appropriate Approval Process. Contact 0210102522 or E Mail email@example.com
I am a Registered Safety Practitioner (RPS) and an Accredited Safety Auditor (ASA), and a member of the New Zealand Safety Council Board serving my 4th term ( 8 years) I have lead the collaborative development of H&S policies, strategy and change management plans as well as developed a wide range of documented procedures for hands on use on site. My participation in workplace health, safety and environment design, development and implementation indicates my strong hands on approach health and safety leadership. I have 44 years of Safety experience in the Manufacturing, public service, transport and civil construction industries. I have extensive experience in conducting ISO9001, 14001, ASNZS4801 and OHSAS18001 third party audits as well as an experienced ICAM investigator. Having qualifications in electrical and mechanical engineering allows me to have a practical approach to resolving complex technical health and safety issues.
Karyn is a Safety, Health and Environmental professional, Currently Group General Manager People and Safety at Pinnacle Corporation and Metrobox. She also represents the council regularly, speaking at conferences and forums, volunteering for charitable work and mentoring other safety professionals. Karyn currently serves as the Media Manager for the New Zealand Safety Council and handles enquiries.