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Ready-to-Deploy Compliance Courses

Each course is self-paced and will take you around 1-2 hours to complete. Short videos will help illustrate the concepts of diversity, inclusion, equality, equity, bias and provide you with some thought-provoking actions that your team can implement. Questions, activities and resources will help your team remember the key learning points.

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Almost every business or organisation needs to hold personal information on customers and employees, and under the Privacy Act 1993, it must be kept safe and private. The key emphasis of this Act is to protect individual’s privacy and, in particular, puts controls on how personal information is collected, used, disclosed and stored.

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The key emphasis of the Health and Safety at Work Act is to ensure everyone in the workplace is responsible for health and safety. Working Safer is aimed as significantly reducing New Zealand’s workplace injury and death toll. It requires leadership and action from businesses, workers and the Government to achieve this goal.

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The purpose of the Consumer Guarantees Act is to contribute to a trading environment where the interests of the consumer are protected, businesses compete effectively and consumers and businesses participate confidently. It also ensures that customers get services that are carried out with reasonable care and skill and receive goods that are safe, fit for purpose and are of an acceptable quality.

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The key emphasis of the Fair Trading Act is to promote fair competition, ensure the customers get the correct information before they buy a product or service and to promote product safety. It’s important that you understand how you can avoid inappropriate conduct and practices that would be seen as misleading, unsafe or unfair and would lead to a breach of the Act.

Case Study

How FSSI reduced the cost of compliance training by switching to RedSeed

Learn how one of New Zealand's largest businesses saw massive reductions in the cost of compliance training for their five different FMCG brands.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Employees must typically complete compliance training in order to continue their employment.

It will often revolve around specific company policies or rules but can also be about laws or regulations that are applicable to the organization and the employee’s job.

Compliance training is usually always job and industry-specific and is time-sensitive.

Employees will often need to complete compliance training by certain deadlines in order for the organisation and its employees to be in compliance.

Why is Compliance Training important?
Compliance training is often mandatory for employees because it serves to protect an organisation’s values, policies and commitment to the law.

Disregarding the required rules, regulations or policies within an organisation can have drastic consequences, including loss of employment, fines, criminal prosecution, audits or damage to the business’s reputation.

Having employees meet a standard of compliance training ensures that an organisation has secured legal accountability.

Annual compliance training is an important part of your program–but don’t stop there.
A compliance program is only as strong as its employees.

Compliance is a lot to keep up with. Annual training provides employees with a “big picture” reminder of how your compliance program operates, but is not enough to keep compliance top-of-mind. Compliance education should teach your employees on an ongoing basis, helping them do their jobs and helping you stay compliant.

The great thing about running your compliance program through the RedSeed LMS is that you have the ability to automatically enrol trainees is updated compliance courses as they become available, and report on when team members are due a refresher.