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NZ H1 Health & Safety

HarcourtsOne (H1) Health & Safety Hazard Features

To comply with Health & Safety laws, licensees and property managers are now required to make inspection attendees aware of any identified hazards on the property. We’ve created a tab when entering or editing a listing in HarcourtsOne to load hazards relating to a property. Hazards can be entered at the time of listing; or added, updated and deleted at any time.


  • Enter Internal (inside the dwelling) and External (outside the dwelling) hazards into HarcourtsOne.


H1 Add New Hazard Image


  • Easily print a ‘hazards report’ to display at open homes and inspections.


H1 Print Property Hazards


  • Create an open home register with one click that complies with current Health & Safety laws. Make sure you obtain the names of everyone in the group.


H1 Print Open Home Register


  • View hazards for any property by printing the Listing Card.
  • Be kept up-to-date with changes to hazards by viewing the Day Book Report.


Please watch the following video which will demonstrate the above:





Tips on How To Fill Out the Hazards Register

  1. Hazard: describe what the hazard is, and where it is located e.g. hole in floor of kitchen
  2. Risks: describe what risk the hazard poses e.g. falling and resulting significant injury
  3. Control: state what you’ve done to minimise the hazard e.g. placed board over hole with orange cone in front.


Examples of Hazards

Below are a few examples of possible hazards, the associated risks, and some suggestions as to what you can do to control these hazards. This is not a complete list of hazards, and salespeople/property managers must identify hazards in each property, the associated risks, and the control measures taken to eliminate or minimise the hazard. Salespeople/property managers or any worker hosting an inspection are to monitor each hazard and ensure that clients remain safe.



Hazard  Risk  Control 

Floor to ceiling glass windows in living room.

Walking through window resulting in significant cuts or injury to head and body.

Warning signs placed on windows at eye level.

Slippery surface, tiles at front entrance.

Slip/fall resulting in head injury/broken bones.

Tiles dried and warning sign erected.

Swimming pool in rear garden.


Pool fenced and gate locked.

Nails laying around property.

Cuts and injury to feet, tetanus.

Warning signs erected and any visible rubbish removed.

Chemicals and cleaning products.


Items placed in a locked cupboard.