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Exploring the weird and wonderful of the PPE world

Exploring the weird and wonderful of the PPE world

Have you ever thought about broadening your knowledge of personal protective equipment (PPE) beyond the traditional occupations such as mining, construction and manufacturing? THATO TINTE explores the use of PPE in uncommon occupations that are also deemed dangerous.

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Do your quality employees cut it?

Do your quality employees cut it?

The supermarket trip that didn’t meet your expectations is probably still etched in your mind – and influences all your future trips to the store. THATO TINTE looks at the importance of quality in a business, and the calibre of personnel involved in the quality process.

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The unknown foe …

The unknown foe …

Alcohol abuse can impact many facets of a job – most notably health and safety, but also productivity and the company’s reputation, too. Unfortunately, this isn’t the only awareness-altering issue that employers have to deal with

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Are you registered?

Are you registered?

Waste generators that produce more than 20 kg of hazardous waste per day must register on the South African Waste Information System (SAWIS) website under the central registry. The ROSE Foundation explains the steps these companies should follow

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Stay safe online

Stay safe online

Proper cyber security risk management is more than a technology solution. All companies should integrate it into day-to-day operations and be prepared to respond to potential cyber incidents. CLAIRE RENCKEN reports

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Wasting healthcare risk waste away

Wasting healthcare risk waste away

The South African waste management industry is changing as new legislation is promulgated, especially in the healthcare risk waste industry. We conduct a Q&A with Vishika Singh, compliance manager at Compass Medical Waste Services – one of South Africa’s largest healthcare risk waste service providers.

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Skills development now more important than ever

Skills development now more important than ever

Revised broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) codes demand strong partnerships in skills development, explains STEVEN HERSCOVITZ, managing director of Training Force

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