Our highest priority continues to be the safety and welfare of our people and community.
4Sight has nine regional offices spanning Northland to Dunedin, and therefore is well placed to operate effectively and meet our clients' needs should there be an outbreak of COVID-19 in any of our regions or offices.
Our highest priority continues to be the safety and welfare of our people and community. We continue to review our risk assessment and associated policies for our people, which last occurred in May 2022. To inform this assessment, we looked carefully at the current risk posed by COVID-19 and considered updated advice from public health experts and information provided by the Ministry of Health and other agencies. We also took into consideration updated legal and ‘WorkSafe’ advice and our COVID-19 Vaccination Policy’s alignment with the government’s approach. Overall, and based on our updated risk assessment, 4Sight no longer requires mandatory vaccination for its people.
We are still strong supporters of our people getting the appropriate vaccinations, as the evidence suggests that if you contract COVID-19, with full vaccination, you are less likely to experience severe symptoms.
Toitū te marae a Tāne
Toitū te marae a Tangaroa
Toitū te iwi
If we protect and strengthen the realms of the land and water, they will sustain and strengthen the people.