About
Us

How
we got
started.

Meet
Murray

Queenstown

Murray has had an exciting and diverse career. He is very experienced in business management having held operational management positions in Queensland and Northern Territory, Australia, focussed mainly on the construction and service sectors of the Telecommunications and Building Construction industries. Murray has led emergency response teams in Queensland during cyclones and floods being responsible for coordinating work with key emergency management groups to provide back-up power supply for communications sites.

Prior to moving to Australia Murray was raised on a farm in Southland before working 10 years for Telecom NZ.
Along the way Murray was increasingly exposed to our friend “Health & Safety”. He lived through and witnessed how it almost closed a major company in Australia because it was implemented on a fear campaign. He also saw what can happen to

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Murray has had an exciting and diverse career. He is very experienced in business management having held operational management positions in Queensland and Northern Territory, Australia, focussed mainly on the construction and service sectors of the Telecommunications and Building Construction industries. Murray has led emergency response teams in Queensland during cyclones and floods being responsible for coordinating work with key emergency management groups to provide back-up power supply for communications sites.

Prior to moving to Australia Murray was raised on a farm in Southland before working 10 years for Telecom NZ.
Along the way Murray was increasingly exposed to our friend “Health & Safety”. He lived through and witnessed how it almost closed a major company in Australia because it was implemented on a fear campaign. He also saw what can happen to businesses and more importantly their people when they have no safety procedures in place.

An initial self-confessed sceptic Murray developed an appreciation for safety at work and that grew into a passion; one that is focussed on introducing cost effective H&S into businesses and integrating
it seamlessly into everyday operations. Murray strongly believes that the key to doing that successfully is not found in huge manuals and endless paperwork – it’s the people who are critical.

Murray and Greig take great satisfaction in showing businesses how to engage their people to do this.
Murray’s solid business experience is supported by these qualifications:
– Advanced Diploma in Business Management
– Diploma in Project Management
– Certificate in Health & Safety NZ (NZISM Member and Tech NZISM)
– Cert IV in Workplace Health & Safety, Australia.

Over the last two and a half years Murray has practiced fully in the health and safety sector developing, implementing and providing client support for tailor made systems across a range of industries including mining, farming, building construction, and service/maintenance companies. His experience also includes HR support, business continuity planning, emergency management planning and business health audits.

The attributes that best some Murray up – Approachable, Detailed, Always Learning, A Keen Listener,Loves a Challenge.

Murray has had an exciting and diverse career. He is very experienced in business management having held operational management positions in Queensland and Northern Territory, Australia, focussed mainly on the construction and service sectors of the Telecommunications and Building Construction industries. Murray has led emergency response teams in Queensland during cyclones and floods being responsible for coordinating work with key emergency management groups to provide back-up power supply for communications sites.

Prior to moving to Australia Murray was raised on a farm in Southland before working 10 years for Telecom NZ.
Along the way Murray was increasingly exposed to our friend “Health & Safety”. He lived through and witnessed how it almost closed a major company in Australia because it was implemented on a fear campaign. He also saw what can happen to

Meet
Greig

Invercargill

Greig has come from over 20 years in the civil construction industry where safety has been a major part of everyday activities. He has managed teams of staff with 35+ reports directly to him working on multi-million dollar contracts.He is a workplace trainer, a sports nut and coach, a hunter, a diver, a husband and a Dad.

Greig comes from the “coal face”, the son of a Joiner and a nurse, from good solid blue collar heritage were effort and hard work is used to measure worth. He’s a do’er, a grafter, he knows what sweat and sore muscles feel like. But most importantly he knows how to listen.

“Good ideas don’t mind who have them!!”
Greig is honest…sometimes too honest. He’ll tell you what you need to hear rather than what you want to hear. But he’ll keep things light hearted also. He’ll make the process easy for you
On a more serious note

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Greig has come from over 20 years in the civil construction industry where safety has been a major part of everyday activities. He has managed teams of staff with 35+ reports directly to him working on multi-million dollar contracts.He is a workplace trainer, a sports nut and coach, a hunter, a diver, a husband and a Dad.

Greig comes from the “coal face”, the son of a Joiner and a nurse, from good solid blue collar heritage were effort and hard work is used to measure worth. He’s a do’er, a grafter, he knows what sweat and sore muscles feel like. But most importantly he knows how to listen.

“Good ideas don’t mind who have them!!”
Greig is honest…sometimes too honest. He’ll tell you what you need to hear rather than what you want to hear. But he’ll keep things light hearted also. He’ll make the process easy for you
On a more serious note, he has also seen the effects that serious and not so serious harm has had on a work force. He has completed numerous incident and accident investigations for 3rd parties as well as at an individual level. He has seen the effects of accidents, on staff morale and culture, and how an accident can change a life. He has seen the positive and negative effect of safety on the workforce.
Kiwis are hard workers and we often do the wrong thing for the right reason, and this applies to safety. We are notorious for putting safety to one side to complete that “5 minute job”, with the “she’ll be right” outlook.

If we harness that “spirit” with a good dose of “common sense” in the “execution”, then we are well on our way from First Base to Home plate.

Greig has come from over 20 years in the civil construction industry where safety has been a major part of everyday activities. He has managed teams of staff with 35+ reports directly to him working on multi-million dollar contracts.He is a workplace trainer, a sports nut and coach, a hunter, a diver, a husband and a Dad.

Greig comes from the “coal face”, the son of a Joiner and a nurse, from good solid blue collar heritage were effort and hard work is used to measure worth. He’s a do’er, a grafter, he knows what sweat and sore muscles feel like. But most importantly he knows how to listen.

“Good ideas don’t mind who have them!!”
Greig is honest…sometimes too honest. He’ll tell you what you need to hear rather than what you want to hear. But he’ll keep things light hearted also. He’ll make the process easy for you
On a more serious note