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WE LTEC ANNUAL REPORT 2015

Health and Safety

HR Metrics

2015 was a positive year for WelTec on the health and safety front. The Council approved a health and safety reporting framework and policy statement. The Risk and Audit Committee visited campuses to view health and safety practices. A number of initiatives were undertaken which were aimed at preparing for the new Health and Safety at Work Act 2015. This included the drafting of a joint health and safety policy across WelTec and Whitireia, an electronic safety page used to host the new electronic health and safety reporting system, which will be used by both organisations.

2015 saw the third complete year of collecting statistics on HR Metrics. Comprehensive analysis conducted to support future decision making and highlighting areas of focus for 2016.

One of the encouraging developments in 2015 was a greater awareness of health and safety issues at WelTec and a number of Schools set up regular meetings with staff to focus on health and safety in their workplaces.

Ethnicity

2013

2014

2015

NZ European

49%

44%

45%

MÄ ori

10%

9%

8%

European

13%

14%

13%

Pacific Island

4%

4%

3%

Asian

3%

4%

3%

Other

5%

2%

3%

Unknown Staff Profile (Average Years)

16%

23%

25%

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

47.5

44.5

50

10

6

10

49

51

49

8

10

8

44.5

46

45

46

46

47

Academic Age Years in Service Corporate Age Years in Service

6

6

7

7

7

7

Male

Female

Male

Female

Male

Female

Executive

86

14

86

14

83

17

Management

39

61

53

47

50

50

Leadership (Head Count)

Above: Construction students equipped with their safety gear: hard hats, goggles and ear muffs.

Turnover

2013

2014

2015

Corporate Academic

5%

3%

16%

5%

2%

8%

Staff Awards

Above: Academic Faculty Unit recieve their award.

WelTec values and appreciates the work of staff and takes the opportunity to acknowledge excellence in a formal way at an annual Staff Awards event. Staff members who received awards in 2015 for demonstrating excellence and outstanding achievement in their work are listed. Values Award Claire Hurley Team Award Academic Faculty Unit Customer Services Award Erin Hughes Leadership Award Matt Renata Sustained Teacher Award Esther Scammell

Above: Trades Academy tutor Matt Renata wins Leadership award.

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Research Award Robert Bok Research Award Fiona Beals

2015 WelTec Annual Report  

2015 WelTec Annual Report

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