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  • SINGAPORE: A tripartite committee has proposed that the workplace safety and health (WSH) performance of companies be made more transparent as part of efforts to transform the business environment into one which recognises WSH as an integral part of business success, Manpower Minister Josephine Teo …Read More…

  • The Africa Institute for Safety Engineering has released its professional designations which will be issued from 2019 to qualifying professionals. Sheqafrica.com previously reported on the formation of three new professional associations. AISE has since then submitted their criteria for inclusion to sheqafrica.com for publication. OFO …Read More…

  • The H&S practitioners in SA’s desire to belong to a professional association that gives them proper representation, keeps growing and resulted in the formation of three new voluntary associations in the “safety” field. Association for Event Safety Officers (AESO) We previously reported on the Event …Read More…

  • In terms of the new Norms and Standards for the Storage of Waste, every waste storage facility that has the capacity to store 80 cubic metres of hazardous waste or 100 cubic metres of general waste must be registered with the Department of Environmental Affairs.  …Read More…

  • The ever-evolving world of business and the advancement in Artificial Intelligence is probably one of the biggest risks to employees in today’s world of work. Machines are getting smaller, faster and even smarter, and workplaces are evolving at a rapid pace. And for the past …Read More…

  • Universities are traditionally synonymous with the production of knowledge for the collective good of society, but when university campuses become raping grounds or a haven for vandals, they cease to be repositories of knowledge and automatically become purgatorial institutions that are emotionally stunted. It is …Read More…

  • When it comes to claims for compensation, I have seen many debates on the issue of whether or not an accident arose out of an employee’s employment. In most cases this question is asked by the person responsible for accident prevention and keeping the DIFR …Read More…

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