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Peter Cowan: Making the choice to amputate at 15
Released 07/03/2019

Peter Cowan: Making the choice to amputate at 15

During a bike ride home after school, Peter Cowan was clipped by a car. As an above-the-knee amputee, he's now competing on an international level in Para va'a.
Guess who's back? 5 tips to nail your Eminem concert experience
Released 01/03/2019

Guess who's back? 5 tips to nail your Eminem concert experience

Some quick tips to optimise your Eminem concert experience and avoid injury.
Innovators wanted. Get your applications in for a workplace injury prevention grant
Released 28/02/2019

Innovators wanted. Get your applications in for a workplace injury prevention grant

Have you got a great idea to improve workplace health and safety in your industry?
What's tripping us up? How Kiwis are falling over
Released 19/02/2019

What's tripping us up? How Kiwis are falling over

We're proactively publishing our 2018 statistics on injuries resulting from people falling over. Read on to find out about the top trends.
Response to Miriam Dean Review recommendations published
Released 15/02/2019

Response to Miriam Dean Review recommendations published

A report detailing our responses to an independent review of dispute resolution processes is now available
New ACC Chief Clinical Officer announced
Released 15/02/2019

New ACC Chief Clinical Officer announced

We're pleased to announce our new Chief Clinical Officer, Dr John Robson.
Miller appointed Chair of ACC Investment Committee
Released 04/02/2019

Miller appointed Chair of ACC Investment Committee

Experienced board director James Miller has been appointed Chair of the ACC Board Investment Committee.
ACC roadshow to connect with primary healthcare sector
Released 25/01/2019

ACC roadshow to connect with primary healthcare sector

We're exploring ways to improve the way we do business with front-line healthcare providers.
Dealing with the effects of sexual abuse and violence
Released 22/01/2019

Dealing with the effects of sexual abuse and violence

We want to help reduce the incidence of sexual violence and the huge personal, social and economic impacts that result from it.
$22 million set aside to help businesses reduce workplace injury
Released 10/01/2019

$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.
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