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Hazardous Substances Consultancy
  • HSNO test certification  | 
  • Approved Handler/Approved Filler training
  • NZ LPG Association national training  | 
  • Customised Topical Seminars
HNSO certification and training

Need HSNO compliance advice on that project?

Let HazTec assist you in identifying exactly what needs to be done »

Need to train your staff to safely manage hazardous substances?

We offer training at our premises or we can come to you. Learn more about training »

Need to be sure you have the right test certification for your site?

Talk to us about meeting your certification obligations »

Handling hazardous substances?

HazTec are registered hazardous substance test certifiers, trainers and consultants to industries throughout NZ. We have over 26 years’ experience in the inspection, training and regulatory environment relating to all classes of dangerous goods/hazardous substances.

Need clarification on compliance?

HazTec de-mystify HSNO regulations and explain the requirements in plain English. We then apply them accurately and practically, according to your specific needs. Over two decades we have assisted businesses all over New Zealand who store, transport or handle hazardous substances to meet their training and certification obligations.

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Man hurt in South Auckland gas explosion


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Timaru council cannot enforce notice


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