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ISN Opens Office in Auckland

ISN Opens Office in Auckland

A new office allows ISN to better serve their New Zealand customers.

ISN is pleased to announce the expansion of its outreach with the opening of a new office in Auckland, New Zealand. With ISN's seven existing implementations in the country, the Auckland location will enhance the company's ability to serve its New Zealand-based hiring clients as well as better serve the growing contractor base in New Zealand and the region.

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In addition to the New Zealand-based public sector and power generation clients ISN began working with in 2015, companies in other New Zealand industries, including downstream petroleum production, terminals and offshore drilling, have recently partnered with ISN to protect the health and safety of their employees, their on-site contractors and the communities they touch.

New Zealand recently passed the Health and Safety at Work Act, which comes into force on April 4, 2016. This legislation includes the ambitious goal of reducing New Zealand's workplace injury and death toll by 25% by 2020. A key facet of the new law is its emphasis on everyone in the workplace being responsible for health and safety.

"The opening of our Auckland office marks another milestone for ISN," said Brian Callahan, Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of ISN. "We pride ourselves on providing best-in-class services and products to all of our customers. This office allows us to do that as we continue to expand our footprint in New Zealand and the region."

Lindsey Chase, Manager of ISN's Australia and New Zealand offices, said, "ISN is pleased to partner with the many companies that are embracing enhancements in their safety culture. We look forward to supporting our customers from our Auckland-based office."

In addition to offering the benefits of the ISNetworld contractor management platform, ISN also creates a global forum for sharing industry best practices and initiatives. The company hosts users' conferences, roundtables and one-on-one meetings around the world. This year ISN plans to hold several events in New Zealand, including contractor users' group meetings and help desks, one-on-one customer meetings and a Hiring Client Roundtable.

To learn more about ISN, visit About ISN (https://www.isnetworld.com/AboutISN.aspx).

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