Ross is a respected lawyer, former New Zealand Telecommunications Commissioner, holds a PhD in competition law and is the creator of Safetrac.
Back in 1998 while working as a partner at MinterEllison in Sydney, Ross began developing Safetrac as a tool to enable businesses to adhere to compliance standards which had been introduced that year. Safetrac enabled the integration of compliance into day-to-day business operations, through training and the provision of recording, monitoring and assessment systems.
Fast-forward to 2015 in New Zealand and compliance standards had been adopted here. With the comprehensive reform of various regulatory systems, including the Health and Safety at Work Act, compliance obligations on businesses have become increasingly stringent.
Today, our vision is as clear as when Ross founded Safetrac in 1998. Our goal is to provide you with an effective legal compliance program which motivates behaviour change in your business, not just awareness. Our innovative programs are designed to educate and engage everyone. We believe in making compliance easy.
Increasingly cyber attacks are threatening your critical computer systems, network and data. It is critical that all employees who access your organisation’s technology systems are aware of and are able to identify potential security risks
Ethical behaviour is centred on various principles of moral conduct. These principles can be encapsulated in the values of honesty, integrity, respect, confidentiality and professional responsibility.
This course is designed to assist you and your staff in recognising fraudulent behaviour and how corrupt conduct should be addressed.
This course is designed to give you a general understanding of how anti-money laundering laws operate within the workplace.
The Credit Contracts and Consumer Finance Act 2003 (CCCFA) is the most important piece of legislation governing consumer lending in New Zealand.