Pre-employment drug testing

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The Drug and Alcohol policy was approved in October 2016 by SOCC, following consultation throughout the organisation and with unions. Pre-employment drug testing formed an important part of this policy, however the rollout has been delayed due to identifying appropriate process and ensuring that the approach was consistent and provided value for money....

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St John supports new Protection for First Responders Bill

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The wellbeing and welfare of our frontline staff is an area of significant focus for the organisation. ...

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People News

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Internal applications for Director of Community Services open

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Following the Executive Leadership Team structure, the Director of Community Health Services role is now open for internal applications....

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Celebrating National Volunteer Week 2018

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New Zealand celebrates National Volunteer Week on 17 – 23 June. This year's theme is ‘Volunteers – The heart of our community’....

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Xref reference checking solution

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We are pleased to let you know that Talent Sourcing have implemented the automated Xref reference checking solution as part of our recruitment process. ...

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Give a Kid a Blanket

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This year St John is supporting Give a Kid a Blanket to deliver blankets, pyjamas and other winter warmers to families in need across Auckland from 1 June to 31 July. This is a great community Safe and Well initiative and I’d like to encourage your teams to get involved....

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New MOH Director-General

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Government has appointed Dr Ashley Bloomfield as Director-General Ministry of Health, taking over from the Acting DG Stephen McKernan (and replacing Chai Chuah)....

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Police check compliance

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The Vulnerable Children’s Act comes into full force 1 July 2018. We have made a few system changes to help us achieve our legal compliance here....

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National STEMI Pathway update

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On Monday 14 May, National Patient Pathways Manager Kris Gagliardi and Medical Director Dr Tony Smith presented a business case to the national group of DHB General Managers Planning and Funding in Wellington, requesting that DHBs supply fibrinolytic kits to designated paramedic and ICP ambulances and helicopters across New Zealand to enable the rollout of the National STEMI Pathway. The business case was unanimously endorsed and in the coming months, we will be implementing the National STEMI Pathway in a staged manner across New Zealand....

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