February 26, 2019

Towards the 2020 Reduced Injury Target: The Progress so far

New Zealand has a target of reducing fatal and serious
non-fatal work-related injury by 25% by the year 2020.

Towards the 2020 target goal!

This target reflects the ongoing commitment to reduce work-related harm following the 2010 Pike River Coal Mine Tragedy.
Data reported in October 2018 confirms that New Zealand has met the interim target of a 10% reduction in the rate of fatal and serious work-related injury, and the rate of fatal injuries is currently lower than the 2020 target. While the target indicators are tracking in the right direction there is still progress to be made.

Future updates and progress reports will be published on our website – new information is expected to be published in late 2019, following the release of Statistics New Zealand data in October 2019.

Where can I get more information?
If you’d like to learn more stats like this, visit the WorkSafe New Zealand website >

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