Rhonda Roberts
2CRisk New Zealand Limited
Managing Director/Operations
Tel/Mob: +64 (0)21 1474 306
Email:      rhonda@2CRisk.co.nz
Web:       www.2CRisk.co.nz
Rachel Lehen
2CRisk New Zealand Limited
Managing Director/Sales & Marketing
Tel/Mob: +64 (0)27 6698737
Email: rachel@2CRisk.co.nz
Web: www.2CRisk.co.nz
Rhonda Roberts is a founding director 2CRisk NZ. With experience in areas of franchising, retail, pharmacy and accounting (in both NZ and Australia). Rhonda was previously the managing director of successful retail outlet in New Zealand having opted for contracting roles over recent years to ensure flexibility around family.Rhonda provides a valuable, broad spectrum approach to business with specific skills in data and system management, accounting and project management. She has a methodical and solution driven approach to her projects, obtaining outstanding results. Rachel Lehen is a founding director for 2CRisk NZ. Rachel has been working in the Occupational Health sector for over 8 years and she believes that pro-actively managing & monitoring the health of the employee is fundamental to good OH&S business practice.Rachel is also the Managing Director of Fatigue Management Solutions Ltd. FMS provides people centric solutions and internationally supported services & programs that help companies to manage the risk of employee fatigue in their business.
Rhonda is the coordinator of the NZ Narcolepsy Support Group, and demonstrates empathy towards both workers and employers dealing with health issues. The management of health, safety and wellbeing of workers, understanding that some of our most productive employees have health issues, that when managed and understood by employers, can result in a win win situation for all concerned Rachel is regularly invited to speak at industry conferences such as Safety 360 and Managing a 24/7 Workforce and is an executive member of the Sleep Apnea Association of New Zealand.

New Zealand Health & Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA)

Health and safety in the workplace is a serious issue here in New Zealand. We have a very disappointing health and safety record in comparison to similar countries. Every year approximately 52 people die in work related accidents, whilst hundreds more are seriously injured, and 600-900 die from work-related diseases.

The New Zealand Health & Safety at Work Act 2015 (HSWA) which came into force on 4th April 2016 has bought with it new responsibilities for everyone in the workplace. It makes health and safety everyone’s responsibility whilst at the same time recognizing that officers in a business have more influence and control over the business than their workers.

Court imposed penalties (significant fines or even imprisonment) and prosecution for a range of offences under the act are now enforceable, with many people already experienced the harshness of these penalties and prosecutions.

The act clearly outlines the principles, duties and rights in relation to workplace health and safety. By shifting the focus from monitoring and recording health and safety incidents to proactively identifying and managing risks, everyone remains safe and healthy. The intention of the act is to reduce the number of serious work-related injuries or deaths in NZ by at least 25% by 2020.

How can 2CRisk New Zealand help you?

The 2CRisk system is flexible and can be tailored to suit your unique requirements; our team will work with you to establish the most efficient and effective way to deliver your pre-employment and health monitoring programs.

Who is 2CRisk New Zealand?

2CRisk New Zealand want to help you protect your most important asset – your people, and of course the future success of your business.

2CRisk New Zealand Ltd is Auckland based, with our team able to provide national coverage for sales, service and support.

The directors of 2CRisk NZ have an extensive background in occupational health and the delivery of health initiatives to the workplace, either directly or through occupational health providers.

We understand the importance of delivering successful health monitoring services to your clients and/or employees, and importance of fulfilling your legal obligations as an employer or health provider.