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PPE plays its part

PPE plays its part

Truck Test 2015 demonstrated that the South African transport industry is conscious of safety, efficiency and protecting the environment. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) also enjoyed some time in the spotlight.

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Vested with safety

Vested with safety

Every employee has the right to be safe and secure at their place of work, even if they have a high-risk occupation. Security guards, law enforcement and emergency response personnel can now feel more confident about their safety thanks to South African-based Jasco Group’s new body-worn security technology.

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Inclusive emergency planning

Inclusive emergency planning

It is every employer’s responsibility to provide a safe workplace for all employees, including those with disabilities. The workplace presents many potential hazards for workers with disabilities during an emergency or disaster. CLAIRE RENCKEN reports

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Are you neurologically wired to handle stress?

Are you neurologically wired to handle stress?

People deal with stress differently and some are unable to handle stressful situations adequately. This could be problematic when hiring someone for a high-risk position. Thankfully, employers could use brain profiling to determine whether they’re getting the right person for the job.

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The latest occupational health and safety innovations all under one roof

The latest occupational health and safety innovations all under one roof

This year, Africa’s Occupational Safety and Health exhibition (A-OSH Expo) was held at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg, from May 12 to 14. CLAIRE RENCKEN was there and spoke to some of the exhibitors

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A new ISO on its way: how will this influence governance, risk and control for auditors?

A new ISO on its way: how will this influence governance, risk and control for auditors?

Hope Kiwekete – principal consultant of quality assurance and audits, as well as risk management, at Transnet Freight Rail – takes a glimpse into the imminent ISO 9001:2015. It is evident that a risk-based quality management system is already embedded into any organisation’s processes …

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Peeling back the risk

Peeling back the risk

Risk and the environment (be it Mother Nature or your place of work) are like peas in a pod … We take a look at the effects of extreme weather on local insurers and how you can keep an eye on the environment in which you find yourself.

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