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Do you manage risk or do you perform risk management

Do you manage risk or do you perform risk management?

Are successful business people born with the risk management skills that others have to learn through education and professional experience? Philip Tillman, honorary treasurer for the Institute of Risk Management South Africa (IRMSA) executive committee, offers some insight.

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Safety, on hand

Safety, on hand

One of the key factors required to create a safety-conscious workplace, which incurs the absolute minimum of injuries, is to provide personal protective equipment (PPE) that workers want to wear consistently and correctly.

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Health and safety begin at your desk

Health and safety begin at your desk

The simple act of sitting at a desk and working on a computer can put stress and strain on your body, which can result in painful injuries. These can lead to decreased productivity and lost workdays. CLAIRE RENCKEN explores some ways to maintain your health and safety at your work station.

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Ever heard of cryogenic carbon capture?

Ever heard of cryogenic carbon capture?

One of the problems facing the energy industry, worldwide, is the rising level of atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). American company Sustainable Energy Solutions (SES) is developing a technology called cryogenic carbon capture to address this issue. CLAIRE RENCKEN investigates.

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Energy-independent farming

Energy-independent farming

New Holland’s energy-independent farm and hydrogen-powered tractor concepts offer farmers hope of an autonomous, more environmentally friendly future. CLAIRE RENCKEN investigates.

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How to get your Cs from A to B

How to get your Cs from A to B

Chemical manufacturing companies are faced with multiple governing bodies and legislative requirements, as well as the intrinsic risks of handling, storage and transportation. Deidré Penfold, executive director of the Chemical and Allied Industries’ Association (CAIA), provides some hints and tips on how to get your chemicals from points A to B.

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Don’t drink and work

Don’t drink and work

Employers face various human resources risks. Substance abuse is one of them. RHYS EVANS, director of ALCO-Safe, discusses the behavioural implications of alcohol use and abuse in the workplace.

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