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International Labour Organisations Conventions/Standards - Invalidity Insurance (Agriculture), 1933 [Convention 38] (R584369) 1946 - 1946

Item ID Agency Series Accession Record group Box / Item Sep Record no. Part Alternative no. Record type
R584369 AANK 947 W4097 2 / 62/2/38 1 text



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RECORD SERIES period responsible
947
Central filing system more detail…


The Department of Labour's main registry series documents a number of the functions of the Department. In this system files were arranged by subject using numbers from 1/- to 64/-.


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1913? - 2012

CONTROLLING AGENCY / DEPARTMENT period responsible
ABVT
Department of Labour, Training Support Service more detail…
1988 - 1990
AAWF
Ministry of Commerce, Commercial Affairs Division, Head Office more detail…
1990 - 1995
AAVL
National Employment Service, Head Office more detail…
1946 - 1947
ABVO
Skill New Zealand more detail…

Skill New Zealand (formerly the Education and Training Support Agency - ETSA) was established to take over the training functions of the Department of Labour. The purpose of the agency was to raise the skill level of the New Zealand work force, by promoting a range of training options and coordinate industry training initiatives. The agency was headed by a Board appointed by the Minister of Education.


1990 - 1999
AANK
Department of Labour, Head Office more detail…


The primary role of the Department of Labour was to improve the performance of the labour market and, in so doing, to strengthen the economy and improve New Zealand’s standard of living. It was involved in matters such as employment relations and employment issues such as pay, holidays, and employment conditions; health and safety in the workplace; hazardous substances including dangerous goods; injury prevention, rehabilitation and compensation; and immigration.



1913? - 2012
ABLC
Department of Labour, Employment Relations Service more detail…


The Employment Relations Service, formerly the Industrial Relations Service, was created as part of the restructuring of the Department of Labour in September and October 1988.



1988 - 2001
ABKF
Immigration New Zealand more detail…


Immigration New Zealand was responsible for providing immigration services pursuant to the Immigration Act.



1988 - 2012
AFVG
Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment, National Office more detail…


The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment was responsible for providing policy advice to the Government on matters relating to economic development and business growth, the labour market, health and safety, immigration, science and technology innovation, building and construction, and consumer rights. It also managed the Crown Mineral Estate (the oil, mineral, gas and coal resources of the New Zealand Government), and New Zealand's radio frequency spectrum.



The Ministry also monitored companies, incorporated socieities, charitable trusts, friendly societies and credit unions, limited partnerships, and retirement villages; and was the regulator for the safe supply and use of electricity and gas; product and service safety standards and consumer information standards; intellectual property rights; work place health and safety, and fairness in businesses and workplaces.



2012 - current
AATJ
Ministry of Economic Development, Head Office more detail…


The Ministry of Commerce was the successor to the domestic commerce function of the former Department of Trade and Industry. The purpose of the new Ministry was to help New Zealanders prosper. The Ministry's functions related to virtually all aspects of the economy and ranged from general micro-economic issues common to all markets through to sector specific issues in energy, information technology, manufacturing, and the administration of programmes and regulatory functions. In February 2000, the Ministry of Commerce's responsibilities and functions were expanded and transferred to the new Ministry of Economic Development. The Ministry of Economic Development was part of the Government's Regional and Economic Development Programme. Central to the new Ministry was the creation of Industry New Zealand, a Crown Entity that would implement industry and regional development policy. In July 2012 the Ministry of Economic Development was merged into the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment.



1988 - 2005
AAAC
Department of Internal Affairs, Head Office more detail…


From 1840 until the late nineteenth century, the Colonial Secretary's Office was the hub of the colonial government, with a wide range of responsibilities. As the colonial government grew, these responsibilities were gradually passed on to newly formed departments, until by the early twentieth century the Colonial Secretary's Department, now known as the Department of Internal Affairs, no longer occupied such a central position within government. During its history, the Department has been home to a miscellany of functions, including: supervision of local government; public health; agriculture; naturalisation and citizenship; cultural matters; civil defence; gaming laws ; cinematograph censorship; carriage & storage of dangerous goods; wildlife; distinguished visitors; promotion of national arts; and constitutional matters.



c.1990 - 1999
AAAC
Department of Internal Affairs, Head Office more detail…


From 1840 until the late nineteenth century, the Colonial Secretary's Office was the hub of the colonial government, with a wide range of responsibilities. As the colonial government grew, these responsibilities were gradually passed on to newly formed departments, until by the early twentieth century the Colonial Secretary's Department, now known as the Department of Internal Affairs, no longer occupied such a central position within government. During its history, the Department has been home to a miscellany of functions, including: supervision of local government; public health; agriculture; naturalisation and citizenship; cultural matters; civil defence; gaming laws ; cinematograph censorship; carriage & storage of dangerous goods; wildlife; distinguished visitors; promotion of national arts; and constitutional matters.



unknown - 1996

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