Sheqafrica
Sheqafrica.com is Africa's largest online Magazine for the Risk & Compliance profession. It is co-owned by Shane Lishman and the Africa Media Group.
The editorial team:
Shane I. Lishman

Independent Contributors and Media Partners:
Patrick Deale - Labour Lawyer
Louis Fourie - Environmental Lawyer
Mabila Mathebula
Rudy D. Maritz

International Callers: +27 78 770 0002

Other Africa Media Publications:
PropertyWeb
Durbs Business Online
Bloem Business Online
Joburg Business Online
Limpopo Business Online
What The Gravel

Originally founded by Ben Fouche of Real Babe Media, Sheqafrica.com has been serving the SHEQ industry since 2007 and contains over 1600 articles from various experts in the Safety, Health and Environmental Management fields. Today, Sheqafrica.com is proudly co-owned by the Africa Media Group(50%) and focuses on Human Resources Management, Risk & Compliance on the African Continent.
The role of the HR and IR practitioner remains undisputed in the selection and placement of competent staff, while the education and training of people goes a long way in achieving business objective.

Sheqafrica.com is an online publication by:
http://www.africamediagroup.co.za

2 Replies to “Construction health and safety registration snags

  1. (1) I want to know what happen with the Comment of Peter Shields in 2014, what he say that Any company who refused a safety officer employment in construction because of SACPCMP registration is in breach of the law. Report them to the CCMA.

    (2) SACPCMP has launched a forensic investigation in the SACPCMP registration process after uncovering isolated incidents of corruption and fraud. Now what happen with the investigation and there is no feedback. What happen with people who get issued with Certificates for free. I sit with out a work for 1 year now because I am not register.

  2. Petrus, this article is 4 years old and any comments made at the time will now be irrelevant seeing that the Exemption period has lapsed and SACPMCP registration process has been adequately explained. As far as the unemployment rate goes, that is just another success story we do not wish to comment on. Various other opportunities currently exist outside of the construction industry.

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