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Start composting your organic waste

Start composting your organic waste

CLAIRE RENCKEN examines the merits of composting organic waste and finds tips on how to do so

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Exceeding the 99,9 percent mark

Exceeding the 99,9 percent mark

A quality manager is expected to measure, monitor and maximise a company’s total performance for continuous improvement. AIMEE SHAW investigates

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Don’t be hard-headed. Wear your PPE

Don’t be hard-headed. Wear your PPE

Organisations may use a variety of safety programmes and have policies to help curb the frequency and severity of workplace accidents. These may, however, create further confusion among employees. THATO TINTE explores common misconceptions around personal protective equipment (PPE).

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Keeping the workplace safe

Keeping the workplace safe

CLAIRE RENCKEN takes a look at some basic measures that can assist businesses to keep their places of work safe.

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Don’t let your business trend for the wrong reasons

Don’t let your business trend for the wrong reasons

Today, private opinions that your staff express on social media can, ultimately, affect your company’s reputation. THATO TINTE looks at social-media usage guidelines for employees and how these risks can be managed.

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Avoiding the office security danger zone

Avoiding the office security danger zone

When it comes to security, the highest priority for any organisation should be to protect its people and assets. THATO TINTE looks at the basic essential security equipment every business needs.

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Farm respiratory protection

Farm respiratory protection

Farming is filled with respiratory hazards: pesticide vapours, dusty fields, dangerous hydrogen sulphide accumulations in manure pits and pump sumps, nitrogen dioxide in conventional silos ... the list goes on. CLAIRE RENCKEN takes a closer look.

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