CCNZ member savings

CCNZ members save more than $3m with n3

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Civil Contractors New Zealand members saved more than $3 million in the last year alone through CCNZ’s partnership with n3’s trade discounts and on-account purchasing power. By using n3, members are continuing to cut business costs year after year, with a 49 per cent increase in savings on the previous year. CCNZ has partnered with n3 for the last eight …

Next steps for Road Works Site Health and Safety Improvement Programme

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CCNZ CEO Peter Silcock and a number of Tier One contractors attended the NZTA Health and Safety Leaders Forum on Monday 27 May. Mr Silcock raised the Road Works Site Health and Safety Improvement Programme, which CCNZ has developed in collaboration with NZTA, Worksafe and others.  The following was agreed: Sign-off on the terms of reference for the programme Establish a governance …

CCNZ issues new traffic control publications

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Civil Contractors New Zealand has issued new publications, the Manual Traffic Controllers’ Handbook and the Speed Management Handbook. The Manual Traffic Controllers’ Handbook features important information for traffic control, including basic safety rules, equipment, site set up techniques and operations. The Speed Management Handbook features information on temporary speed limits, Code of Practice for Temporary Traffic Management (COPTTM) guidelines and …

Order resources

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Civil Contractors New Zealand publishes a wide range of information and technical resources to support the industry. To see the range of documents available and make an order, please see the form below. These resources are a benefit of membership, and members can request electronic copies or hard copies. A fee is charged to non-members to cover the cost of producing and …

Girls With Hi-Vis® Registration

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Females are under represented in infrastructure industries – lets change that! Girls with Hi-Vis®, an Ultimit – Women in Infrastructure initiative, aims to raise awareness and increase the number of women working in trade and technical roles in the Infrastructure Industries. By hosting a Girls with Hi-Vis® event you will support careers for women in infrastructure, and connect with women …

Construction Survey 2017

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Purpose of the Study: Building and deepening relationships with the construction industry in New Zealand. • This sits within Teletrac Navman’s strategic focus on selected verticals(e.g. transport, construction) in the NZ market. 20 minute online survey link sent via Contractor Magazine, CCNZ and Teletrac Navman customers. • Sample achieved n=159 • Fieldwork dates: 24th May – 15th June 2017