Projects and Tools
Health and Safety
The Health and Safety at Work Act that came into effect in April 2016 obliges the Waikato River Authority to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of funding recipients and their workers.Â We have a duty of care to ensure that work being undertaken under our Deeds of Funding is being done so in a safe manner and by appropriately skilled workers.
All funding recipients will therefore be required to provide copies of appropriate Health and Safety Policy and Plans to the Authority.
The Restoration Strategy is a five to 15 year master plan for the protection and restoration of the Waikato and Waipa Rivers. The project is being led in a three-way partnership between DairyNZ, Waikato Regional Council and the Waikato River Authority. These three organisations are members of the Waikato River Restoration Forum a wider group (industry, local/central government and iwi) that is taking a leadership role to ensure greater collaboration around restoring and protecting the rivers and their catchments. All Waikato River Authority funded projects are identified with blue pins in amongst other environmental projects in the catchment. More information
A full image catalogue of Maurea Islands plant species is available by contacting the Waikato River Authority