Pursuant to Regulation 42 of the Health and Safety at Work (Petroleum Exploration and Extraction) Regulations 2016, I, Nick Dawtry, in exercise of powers delegated to me by WorkSafe New Zealand, hereby give notice of recognition as an inspection body to Bureau Veritas (New Zealand) Limited.
This notice also serves purpose to withdraw all previously issued notices of recognition regarding Bureau Veritas (New Zealand) Limited under the specified regulations herein.
Bureau Veritas (New Zealand) Limited’s recognition as an inspection body is subject to the following conditions:
- Bureau Veritas (New Zealand) Limited shall retain its ISO/IEC 17020 accreditation.
- Bureau Veritas (New Zealand) Limited shall ensure that WorkSafe are provided and maintained with a current copy of the list of inspection personnel, the authorised signatories and their scopes at all times. Any changes to the list of personnel, including authorisation changes, are considered to be significant changes that must be notified to WorkSafe as soon as the changes take effect.
- Services are limited to procedures covered in the company’s quality system and to the scope of the company’s signatory approvals held by its inspectors.
- This recognition shall remain in force for a period of five years from the date of this letter, provided all its conditions continue to be satisfied and unless cancelled in writing. Therefore, application for continued recognition will be required on or before 11 May 2028.
- This recognition shall remain in force for the specified period subject to satisfactory ongoing periodic surveillance visits from IANZ and/or WorkSafe.
Dated at Wellington this 11th day of May 2023.
NICK DAWTRY, Deputy Chief Inspector - Petroleum and Geothermal, High Hazards.