A coroner's inquest into the death of an Auckland security guard on his first night on the job is set to begin.
Student Charanpreet Dhaliwal died on his first shift of part-time work for CNE Security in 2011.
His body was found face down in a pool of blood at the Fulton Hogan depot near a junction with the Northwestern Motorway.
The inquest today follows a High Court trial in 2013 in which a man was found not guilty of killing Mr Dhaliwal.
The Crown had alleged the 28-year-old man had fled a bar in west Auckland after punching a doorman in the early hours of November 18, 2011 when he clubbed Mr Dhaliwal over the head twice with a piece of wood.
In 2012, a judge found the security company did not need to take further steps to ensure Mr Dhaliwal's safety at work.