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Public Lecture: Ageism - The Workforce Challenge

Public Lecture: Ageism - The Workforce Challenge

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  • Wed 18 Sep ’19, 6:00pm – 7:30pm


AUT - Sir Paul Reeves Building - WG Building, 2 Governor Fitzroy Place, Auckland CBD


All Ages

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  • Free Admission

Holocaust Centre of New Zealand presents the Human Rights Speaker Series - Public Talk, 'Ageism - The Workforce Challenge'.

Speaker: Paul Jarvie, Employment Relations & Safety Manager - Employers and Manufacturers Association.

Paul is one of the driving forces behind the EMA’s 2018 White Paper “Act Now Age Later: Unlocking the Potential of our Ageing Workforce”, urging employers to make the most of their mature employees. He has also established a multi-stakeholder Working Group focused on New Zealand’s mature age workers/mature working population.

Paul has developed and implemented a diverse range of employment and safety products and services for EMA members, and frequently advises Government agencies on their OH&S, employment and ACC strategies and programmes. He has also worked with the International Labour Organisation and The World Bank on OH&S initiatives.

Paul is a Member of and participant in several national and international industry organisations, including:
INSHPO Organisation (International Network of Safety & Health Practitioner Organisations), responsible for the development of a new OH&S qualifications framework standards worldwide.
Skills Organisation Committee. This Committee is responsible for the development of new OH&S training standards within NZ.

Health and Safety Committee – World Bank. This Committee is responsible for the development of all health and safety requirements for lending criteria on a global scale.

This lecture will be live streamed on HCNZ's Facebook page at

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