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Keep on training

Keep on training

IRCA Global, as the name suggests, has offices worldwide – but it has more than a diverse footprint … It offers a wide range of systems, products and services for risk management in the areas of safety, health, the environment and quality (SHEQ). JACO DE KLERK speaks to Wensley Misrole, executive of research and development, and Lynne Venter, executive: training and education.

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After Eskom blackouts, generator risks

After Eskom blackouts, generator risks

As soon as the lights go out, the generator is started – but what are the hazards? Leighton Bennett, vice chairman of the Safety First Association, shines some light on the matter.

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No more canaries down coal mines

No more canaries down coal mines

Most of us know how gas detection works today – particularly in the mining industry, but do we understand how it has evolved over time? CLAIRE RENCKEN investigates.

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Keeping you on cloud nine

Keeping you on cloud nine

It’s said that falls from heights are one of the leading causes of workplace injuries and account for 50 percent of all fatal accidents. It is, thus, very important to know what to look for when choosing fall arrest equipment …

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First aid at work

First aid at work

As an employer, you are responsible for making sure that your employees receive immediate attention if they take ill, or are injured at work. First aid can save lives and prevent minor injuries from becoming major ones ...

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More than 7 500 injuries! What is to be done?

More than 7 500 injuries! What is to be done?

The construction industry is a massive cog in any country’s economy, but this high-risk sector doesn’t come without its costs in term of injuries … JACO DE KLERK talks to Herman Enoch, inland regional manager for the Federated Employers’ Mutual Assurance Company (FEM), and Alco-Safe’s MD, Rhys Evans about reducing the risks.

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Quality leaders breed quality relationships

Quality leaders breed quality relationships

According to a paper compiled by Development Dimensions International (DDI), conversations are the lifeblood of leadership. When leaders are adept at conversations, they do much more than communicate effectively – they drive stronger business results.

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