Registered Master Builders is a proud foundation sponsor of Men’s Health Week. In an industry that is made up predominantly of males we need to ensure we look after our health on an ongoing basis.
It’s not good enough to wait until something goes wrong – so much of what can go wrong can be prevented, and prevention really is just common sense.
A construction workforce in good health results in a better-built New Zealand!
David Kelly | Chief Executive Registered Master Builders
Blackmores is one of New Zealand’s most trusted and popular natural healthcare brands, providing innovative and quality healthcare solutions that work.
It’s important for many people to take regular supplements of vitamins (no matter how hard you try and eat well, certain minerals can be lacking in modern food, or not there at all).
Blackmores is proud to support health checks through Men’s Health Week.
At Accuro Health Insurance, we actively look for ways to add value and support our members, not just if things go wrong, but to keep things going right. That’s why we support Men’s Health Week.
Accuro is a co-operative that is 100% owned and managed in New Zealand, so we are always working for our members, not shareholders. That’s what makes Accuro, New Zealand’s best little health insurer.
Green Cross Health is proud to once again be a strong supporter of Men’s Health Week. Too many Kiwi men die of preventable diseases and Community Pharmacists are well positioned to have valuable health & wellness conversations with our men.
With extended opening hours, no appointment needed and over 350 Unichem & Life Pharmacies throughout New Zealand, Kiwi men are able to pop in for a confidential discussion. The 300+ doctors and 340 nurses linked through The Doctors provide the next level of care to men nationwide.
The “What’s Your Score” campaign is an ideal opportunity for men to check their health score, get a FREE Blood Pressure check for the month of June and to access some great Care + Advice around some simple lifestyle changes, if needed, that can make a significant difference to their health & wellness.
Alison Van Wyk | Green Cross Executive – Professional Services
Mortgage specialist Mike Whittaker knows all about early starts. Most days since the age of 12 Mike gets up and away well before dawn to continue to foster his lifelong love of the sport of rowing.
Mike trained as a rower before becoming a coxwain at the highest level. He competed in the black singlet for his country for 5 years, winning 20 New Zealand rowing titles and 60 North Island titles along the way. In 1995, Mike won a silver medal in the coxed four at the World Rowing Championships in Tampere, Finland.
These days Mike is both a sponsor and a coach of rowing teams in Auckland, and he continues to look for ways he can add his support to younger rowers in particular in the local rowing scene.
“The lessons I learned rowing and as a cox have stayed with me and have been defining factors in my success as a mortgage broker,” Mike believes.
‘I’m passionate about the sport, and passionate too about health and fitness in general. I’m delighted to be part of this opportunity to support and promote Men’s Health Week in New Zealand.”
Gallagher is celebrating its 80th anniversary as a leading technology company in the animal management, security and fuel systems industries. The family owned and operated company was founded in 1938 by the late Bill Gallagher Senior and is headquartered in Hamilton, New Zealand. Eighty years ago, Gallagher was a 10-person business which designed and delivered New Zealand’s first electric fence solution. Today, the company is delivering world firsts through three business units and employs 1,100 people across a global network in ten countries.