Company Background

KM Compliance Limited came about with the change in the regulations from the HSNO Act to the Health and Safety At Work (Hazardous Substances) Act 2017.  It was set up by Director and Compliance Certifier Kirsty McAnally in May 2018.

Although it is a new name and branding from Kirsty’s previous company Envirocom NZ Ltd, the business still operates out of the same location in Dunedin.

Meet the Team

Kirsty McAnally

Compliance Certifier TST100143 / Director

P: 03 477 5996
M: 021 140 2516

Kirsty has been authorised as a Compliance Certifier by WorkSafe NZ since April 2015.  Her authorisation covers all hazardous substance classes in common use in New Zealand with the exception of explosives. This includes above and below ground tanks and process containers. Click here to view Kirsty’s approval on the WorkSafe site.

Kirsty is also approved to issue Certified Handlers for 6.1A and 6.1B, and Approved Fillers for most Classes.

Kirsty has over 14 years experience working in the field of Hazardous Substances.  By utilising her skills in IT she has created systems and processes to ensure that your site and workers are compliant with the regulations.  Including our Customised Certification Checklist system which is free to our clients.

Kirsty is passionate about Health and Safety, nobody should be injured or suffer ongoing health issues just because they have to go to work every day!

To make sure she stays on top of things Kirsty maintains ongoing professional development and learning.   She works closely with a group of certifiers.  We work together to keep up to date with the regulations and provide ongoing peer review of each other’s work through our national company Compliance Certifiers Ltd.  Kirsty is a member of the professional organisations below and attends all WorkSafe Compliance Certifier workshops.

Member of NZISM
New Zealand Institute of Safety Management

Angela Gillett

Trainee Compliance Certifier / Administration Manager

P: 03 477 5996
M: 027 304 4280

Angela recently accepted the challenge to become a Compliance Certifier!  She will be out and about visiting sites from April 2020, so you will get to meet her in person.  Angela will still oversee the day to day running of the office as our Administration Manager.  And, along with Elysha, she is still the “Go to” person for any queries regarding your certificates or the certification process.  

Angela has gained a lot of experience in the Regulations and Compliance Certification since she joined KM Compliance in 2018.  She will receive extensive training working directly under Kirsty eventually attaining her own Compliance Certifier Authorisation from WorkSafe.  This will give KM Compliance greater scope to ensure your site remains compliant and will greatly speed up the certification process.  

Angela has also been pivotal in developing the processes and systems we use to process certificates.  She has also been heavily involved in creating our customised online Checklist system.

She is a Mum to her gorgeous boy Jack and enjoys getting out and about in beautiful Dunedin.

Aaron McAnally

Compliance Assessor

P: 03 477 6038
M: 021 450 756

Aaron is one of our Compliance Assessors.  He will visit your site and collect all the information required to enable your certificate to be issued.

Once the paperwork and report has been reviewed by Kirsty your certificate will be issued.

Aaron comes to us with first hand industry experience in Health and Safety.  He has been an Engineer for the last 30 years.  He has a National Certificate Level 4  in Engineering – Fabrication.  He has worked for some major workshops around Dunedin including Hillside KiwiRail and Farra Engineering.

For the past 4 years he has been working with Kirsty in the family business.  Aaron and Kirsty are parents to 2 beautiful children.  Aaron loves living back in Dunedin after travelling and working overseas.

“The site specific Checklist and Reminder system KM Compliance has developed makes certification so much easier as it provides clarity as to what is needed and why.”

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