A Corporate Governance code aims to balance economic and social; individual and communal goals, writes Annabelle Ribet of Port Louis, Mauritius.
Procurement and capital projects pose several health and safety pitfalls. Mabila Mathebula unpacks a railway procurement case study of ‘landmines’.
The long platinum mining strike of 2014 has many health, safety and corporate culture consequences, writes Mabila Mathebula.
The importance of a safety culture gained prominence after the Chernobyl disaster, writes safety culture change specialist Dr Brett Solomon.
The Companies Act require certain employers to form a social and ethics committee, standardised by King III, corporate governance and ISO 26000.
Corporate culture symbols, dramatisation, and mascot programmes unlock huge organisational value, but ‘opportunist’ events and mascots soon fizzle out.