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Venomous knowledge

Venomous knowledge

Even before little Miss Muffet sat on her Tuffet, human civilisation had a morbid fascination with all types of venomous creatures, notes Jonathan Leeming, CEO of Venom Works. But do we really have to be afraid of them? And how should we manage them in the workplace?

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Of experience and observation

Of experience and observation

Carel Labuschagne, CEO of IRCA Global, is helping to drive South Africa’s safety, health, environment and quality (SHEQ) industry to the top

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Auditor competency: a key to food safety

Auditor competency: a key to food safety

Best practice and innovation are driving food safety across global supply chains, writes Cor Groenveld, chairman of the Foundation for Food Safety Certification and global head of Food Supply Chain Services for Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA).

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Safe snacking

Safe snacking

It is critical that employers take all due precautions to eliminate the spread of illness or contamination through unsafe handling of foodstuffs. SHEQ MANAGEMENT reports.

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Singing the SHEQ song

Singing the SHEQ song

One of the most memorable cinematic intros, ever, is probably that of The Sound of Music, where Maria (a mischievous nun turned governess, played by Dame Julie Andrews), sings her way through a picturesque meadow … But JACO DE KLERK discovers that the hills are alive with the sound of SHEQ – the transport hills that is.

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What’s mine is mine

What’s mine is mine

More than 850 exhibitors showed off their innovations, products, services and technologies, across 38 000 m² of exhibition space at the Electra Mining Africa 2014 exhibition. It took place at the Nasrec Expo Centre, Johannesburg, from September 15 to 19. CLAIRE RENCKEN reports.

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Something for the ladies

Something for the ladies

Often, women are less fortunate than men when it comes to finding personal protective equipment (PPE) that fits properly. CLAIRE RENCKEN takes a look at how some suppliers are catering specifically for the fairer sex.

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