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Health and Safety


Event hosts have health & safety policies in place, and attendees will be advised of these at individual events.


Industrial sites

Visitors to industrial / working sites will be required to comply with health & safety regulations and visitor policies specific to these sites.  Pre-registration will be required for these events, and registered attendees will be notified of these requirements in advance.  

Generally, this will include a requirement to wear clothing that fully covers arms and legs, and closed shoes.  Specific personal protective equipment (PPE), such as visi-vests, hard hats, safety glasses and ear plugs, will be provided by the host as required.


New Zealand currently requires people infected with Covid-19 to self-isolate for 7 days while they recover, regardless of whether they have been infected previously or not. Day 0 is the day symptoms first appeared or the person tested positive, whichever came first.  

We want to minimize the risk of infection and disruption for our event attendees and hosts. If you think you may have Covid-19 or are unsure, please test yourself prior to attending events. 

Mask wearing is not required, but is welcomed. 

Events held on industrial sites may require attendees to give evidence of a negative Covid-19 test result prior to attendance; any such requirements will be notified to registered participants ahead of the event.  

Please note that all ticketed events during NZ Geothermal Week require pre-registration, including those held on industrial sites.

Contact Us

NZ Geothermal Week 2023 is proudly brought to you by co-hosts Amplify and the New Zealand Geothermal Association. 

If you are interested in getting involved with NZ Geothermal Week, including sponsorship, event ideas, hosting and speaking opportunities, or have a query about events, please contact Fiona Miller, Geothermal Cluster Lead at Amplify.  

For involvement or queries relating to NZGA-hosted events held during the event week, please contact Jess Bradley at the New Zealand Geothermal Association

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