Te Kahupeka - inaugural health and safety wānanga
TTW were proud to co-host the inaugural health and safety wānanga – Te Kahupeka. A one-day workshop designed to give Māori environmental specialists skills to keep themselves safe keep themselves safe when dealing with unsafe and challenging circumstances associated with extremists who oppose 1080.
Delivered by SA Inc. and supported by DOC and PF2050, the wānanga was aimed at Māori entities who face threats from extremists but do not necessarily have access to the training required to mitigate the risks associated with these threats.
The attendees included kaitiaki from Te Tai Tokerau, Auckland, Waikato, Coromandel, Te Arawa, East Coast, Taupo, Ngati Awa, Nelson and Kai Tahu.
Over 23 entities were represented including Maori land trusts, Iwi PSGE, Hapu, Marae, and Charitable organisations.
Attendees ranged from Operational staff, to those in management and Governance roles.
Hosted at the prestigious Tapuaekura Marae in Te Arawa, attendees left with skills, tools and techniques they could apply in any situation. In addition, attendees were grateful for the connections made with like-minded kaitiakis.