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$22 million set aside to help businesses reduce workplace injury
Released 10/01/19

$22 million set aside to help businesses reduce workplace injury

Next month Kiwi businesses will be able to make a bid for a share of a new $22 million fund that’s been created to help improve workplace health and safety.
'12 Days of ACC Christmas' highlights weird and not-so-wonderful festive season injuries
Released 26/12/18

'12 Days of ACC Christmas' highlights weird and not-so-wonderful festive season injuries

We're running a campaign on social media highlighting some of the weirdest injuries we see claims for. Take a look, and learn about how to stay injury free.
‘Ordinary consequence’ as a factor in treatment injuries
Released 21/12/18

‘Ordinary consequence’ as a factor in treatment injuries

When we assess a treatment injury claim, one of the aspects we look at is whether the injury was an ordinary consequence of the treatment provided.
ACC's use of external security consultants (SSC Inquiry)
Released 14/12/18

ACC's use of external security consultants (SSC Inquiry)

The SSC Inquiry has confirmed our governance and processes around the use of external security consultants are well-developed and appropriate.
Moving ahead on changes for improved service for injured Kiwis
Released 06/12/18

Moving ahead on changes for improved service for injured Kiwis

We're making changes to improve your experience with us.
Hearing from people harmed by surgical mesh
Released 04/12/18

Hearing from people harmed by surgical mesh

The government wants to hear from people who have experienced harm caused by surgical mesh. This is to improve patient safety in the future.
Lower-cost GP visits and zero fees extension
Released 30/11/18

Lower-cost GP visits and zero fees extension

From 1 December, visits to the doctor for injury and health-related issues will be cheaper for many low-income New Zealanders.
Susan Evans – Getting back on the horse after a lower leg amputation
Released 23/11/18

Susan Evans – Getting back on the horse after a lower leg amputation

After a crash that almost took her life, Susan Evans' leg was amputated. She's returning to an active lifestyle and the things she loves.
Our levy recommendations to Government for 2019 to 2021
Released 22/11/18

Our levy recommendations to Government for 2019 to 2021

We’re recommending that the levy on petrol remains unchanged for the 2019 to 2021 period. It’s part of our recommendations to Government after our consultation.
Creating a new ACC Ethics Committee
Released 20/11/18

Creating a new ACC Ethics Committee

We're looking to broaden the scope of our current ACC Research Ethics Community.
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