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Rudy Maritz discusses some of the shortcomings of the LTIFR and the need for a more accurate leading indicator in Safety performance
Some employers who hire consultants, end up wasting both their and the consultant’s time. This is costly time. I am sure many of you professional environmental, safety, and health individuals out there are entertaining the possibility of becoming a private EH&S consultant, once you retire from your current EH&S position, or possibly even now due...
The New CPD Policy of the SACPCMP starts on 1 April 2017. What are the implications for registered persons under the new CPD Policy?
Health & Safety Representatives and the inadequacies of their training causes the project to fail. Michele Bowmer asks some pertinent questions.
Construction Regulation (CR) 11(2), under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, places three duties on owners, regarding structural inspections.
Construction sheq compliance could be a burdensome exercise. Michelle Bowmer takes a look at this issue and explains what should be done to address it.
Shane Lishman asks the hard questions when it comes to HSE Policy Statements and give some tips relating to these public commitments.
Pieter Lotz discuss the implications of sheq in the Hospitality sector and how business can protect their employees and visitors from harm