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Up to the minute telematics

Up to the minute telematics

The South African transport industry isn’t only fast paced; it faces many risks as well … luckily there is software available to provide risk management solutions.

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Quality remains the name of the game

Quality remains the name of the game

Some say the personal protective equipment (PPE) industry in South Africa is in a state of flux, with new players and products entering mainly the lower end of the market. However, the need for high-performance PPE that offers superior protection remains unchanged.

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Carrying the (safety) torch

Carrying the (safety) torch

Employers have to keep their employees safe in any situation. This isn’t too difficult when everything is running smoothly … We talk to Adam Bottomley, owner of Sitwell Technologies, to discover how the company’s new range of evacuation/transfer products can help when things go pear-shaped.

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Safe disposal of hazardous waste

Safe disposal of hazardous waste

The mining industry is notorious for its harsh operating conditions as vehicles and machinery are put through their paces – which leads to massive amounts of used oil and lubricants. The ROSE Foundation sheds some light on how these can be disposed of in an environmentally friendly manner.

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Keeping your feet facing down

Keeping your feet facing down

Businesses should ensure safety measures are put in place to avoid costly slips and falls in the workplace. GREG BOSWARVA, owner of Supersafe Systems – a market leader in anti-slip products – explains how this can be achieved.

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The proof is in the assessment

The proof is in the assessment

According to an article on the website of the South African Labour Guide, in terms of health and safety there are basically three types of risk assessments companies can undertake.

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Souped up security

Souped up security

While it is wonderful that digital development in South Africa is booming, this growth does bring additional risks. Luckily, there are security measures to deal with them …

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