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Ergonomics: why it’s important to your business

Ergonomics: why it's important to your business

Although the term “ergonomics” is increasingly becoming part of everyday industry lingo, it’s often misinterpreted. Considering it’s already enshrined in legislation (with more likely to follow), it’s important for business owners to get ahead of the game

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Distractions cause accidents

Distractions cause accidents

Watching out for the safety of others pays personal dividends – from knowing there will be others looking out for you as well, to ensuring you never live with the regret of not stepping in before an accident occurred, writes NICOLA JENVEY

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Fashionable safety

Fashionable safety

Personal protection equipment (PPE) is the first line of defence against workplace accidents. However, for it to be effective, it must be used for the correct purpose, properly maintained and comfortable enough to wear for hours on end

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The move towards cool PPE

The move towards cool PPE

American magazine Safety and Health recently did some market research into the latest trends in personal protective equipment (PPE). One of its findings was that employees now want to be provided with “cool” workday safety gear

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Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not

Waste minimisation and recycling are two distinct processes necessary to reduce the impact of waste on the environment. Waste-management specialists need to offer a complete solution with a range of fully integrated, end-to-end waste-management solutions

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Environmental insurance: ensuring our future

Environmental insurance: ensuring our future

Hermann Erdmann, CEO of the Recycling and Economic Development Initiative of South Africa (REDISA), explains that environmental protection and scarce resources demand a new way of thinking about how we consume our resources

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Trust in me

Trust in me

The trust of family and intimate relationships – considered to be the “trust capital” in people’s lives – is critical in developing workplace respect and corporate trust that comes from shared values, writes NICOLA JENVEY

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