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As health and safety legislation increases employer liability, workplace noise for some remains out of sight out of mind writes Patrick O'Sullivan. Live artillery when in the British army was an extreme noise "that goes right through your head" despite any ear protection used, says occupational physician Dr David McBride.

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Children from Learning Adventure Flaxmere demonstrating their creativity using firewood offcuts from Tumu Timbers.

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Tumu Timbers were approached by ACC and asked to enter the HB Chamber of Commerce Business Award 2016.  ACC were sponsoring the Health and Safety section.

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Tumu Timbers Social Club ventured to Taupo for the weekend (24th and 25th September)

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As part of Tumu Timbers Health and Wellbeing Programme, Tumu employees are enjoying the free fruit offered to them while at work.

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Don't ask Tamatea halfback Wayne Nikora to describe his team's loss to MAC at the weekend ... he can't.

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Tumu Timbers employees are preparing to kick off the Keep U Moving Challenge that starts on the 4th July 2016 and will run for a period of 10 weeks. The aim of the challenge is for each individual to be aiming for at least 10,000 steps per day and then...

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On Sunday the 10th of April 2016, Tumu Timbers held their Smokefree Whanau Fun Day at Hastings Boys High School. A big thanks to the school for supporting our event.

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Tumu Timbers is proud to announce the selection of Melanie Gettins to the New Zealand Womens White Sox Softball Team to contest the World Series title in Vancouver, Canada.

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Tumu Timbers Social Club family day trip to the Gannets at Cape Kidnappers on 24/1/16 was a great success. Everyone who attended thoroughly enjoyed the trip. The weather could not have been better and some of us even managed a dip in the cool Pacific when we reached the cape itself.

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