A set of proposals have been announced designed to beef up adventure activity regulations.
The blast in December 2019 took 22 lives.
Twenty-two people were killed when the volcano erupted in December 2019.
Companies charged with breaching health and safety laws have received hundreds of thousands of dollars since the tragedy.
It's all thanks to a "lucky coincidence" in the skies over Whakaari/White Island.
It's expected it'll take a year to complete.
WorkSafe alleges 13 parties failed in their duty of care to visitors to the island.
A two-day hearing of WorkSafe's prosecution will start on Thursday in Whakatane.
The two-day hearing is expected to attract massive interest within the community.