Some workers and managers regard their Sherq management duties as secondary functions, while these are part of their joint responsibilities to themselves, colleagues, society, and the environment.
The Verulam concrete batch collapse at KatzStone Granite and Quartz in KwaZulu-Natal, left one worker dead and three injured, including the owner.
The Grayston Drive bridge collapse scaffolding would be cleared after contractors Murray & Roberts get approval for a detailed incident site protocol.
The SA Department of Labour hosts a seminar on the dangers of Hazardous Biological Agents (HBA) in health care work, on 11-12 November 2015.
The SA Department of Labour set up a Johannesburg Grayston Drive bridge collapse inquiry in October 2015.
The SA Labour Department and the HSRC launched an HIV/AIDS study in October 2015, for three years, at public and private employers. It is funded by Germany.
The South African Hazardous Biological Agents law will extend to health work employers, who have to implement a management system by 2017.
On 24 July 2015, the exemptions to Regulation 3 of the Construction Regulations were published. Shavanya takes a look at the impact of the Construction Regulations exemptions.