Following aviation safety concerns raised by International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) Botswana rose to the occasion by developing a safe, secure, efficient and sustainable national air transport system through effective implementation of international safety and security standards. Speaking during the Fourth Africa-Indian Ocean (AFI) Aviation week, which attracted players in the aviation industry from across the…
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Mauritius. Most people work in big organisations and under conditions that must cater for everyone’s welfare. Both employers and employees must be aware of their Health and Safety duties and responsibilities in the workplace. In any place where someone is working. The employer must guarantee his Safety and Health through proper procedures. In Mauritius the […]
For decades, the most egregious workplace safety violations have routinely escaped prosecution, even when they led directly to deaths or grievous injuries. Safety inspectors hardly ever called in the Justice Department. Congress repeatedly declined to toughen criminal laws for workplace deaths. Employers with extensive records of safety violations often paid insignificant fines and continued to […]