Sheqafrica. com is Africa’s leading online occupational safety, health, environment and quality (Sheq) magazine.
MISSION: To promote sustainable business management by providing an online platform for Sheq news, articles, products, services, jobs and blogs, focused on Africa.
Sheqafrica.com serves workplace safety, health, environment and quality decision makers. The website is designed to keep workers, managers and sheq professionals informed on major issues, up to date on new developments, and in touch with current thinking in the African sheq professions community,
VISITORS: People who make decisions about Sheq management issues in the workplace. We host about 8000 visitors per month, of whom 2000 are unique visitors. Of these visits, 98.2% originate in South Africa and African countries.
CONTENT: We target the sheq information needs of managers, safety coordinators, OHS staff, hygienists, loss control specialists, engineers, doctors, occupational health nurses, H&S committee members, environment managers, safety representatives, government and organised labour officials.
The website is updated daily with news and articles that includes feature stories dealing with African sheq trends, new developments and emerging issues. Articles also cover case studies and profiles of innovative and successful programs and people.
Sheqafrica.com’s authoritative features and timely news coverage are designed to make sheq professionals’ jobs easier. From controlling hazards, through complying with new legislation, to managing down absence rates, Sheqafrica.com covers the issues that matter in a lively, readable style.
This website brings together a wealth of news and features on a wide array of sheq topics, as well areas where you can share your views and benefit from the knowledge and experience of other sheq professionals in Africa.
Editor: Edmond Furter is a freelance technical journalist, specialising in occupational sheq (Samtrac Cum Laude 2004, internal environmental auditor ISO 14001, NQA).
Edmond has won six journalism awards. He is a former editor of Safety Management, Occupational Risk Management, and ReSource, and sub-edited the Kagiso and Maskew Miller traumatology book, ‘Corporate Hyenas at Work’, for Dr Susan Marais-Steinman.
Contact the editor on 011 955 6732, 083 239 1101, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
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