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Work stress busters

Work stress busters

While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with productivity and impact physical and mental health. CLAIRE RENCKEN explores ways to manage stress in the workplace.

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Quality begins in the classroom

Quality begins in the classroom

Quality schools help children to become quality citizens, who then go on to create a quality society. The South African Quality Institute (SAQI) believes that every South African school has the potential to be a place of educational excellence. SHEQ MANAGEMENT investigates.

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The future of OSH standards

The future of OSH standards

To commemorate World Safety Day, Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) sheds some light on the forthcoming ISO 45001 occupational health and safety management standard.

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Port and rail – pass or fail?

Port and rail – pass or fail?

Ports and railways are some of the biggest economic drivers as they ensure that goods get to market. But how important is the management of SHEQ in these fiscal cogs? Is the acronym taken to heart, or is it all about moving the tonnes? JACO DE KLERK investigates.

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