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Cheaper is seldom better

Cheaper is seldom better

Accidents related to substance abuse cost companies hundreds of thousands of rand every year. Therefore, it’s vital to purchase quality testing equipment, such as breathalysers. RHYS EVANS, managing director of Alco-Safe, explains

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What a waste!

What a waste!

While many First World countries are doing an exceptional job of managing their waste, some countries in the BRICS group (comprising Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa) are, quite literally, drowning in their waste. And, as CHARLEEN CLARKE reports, the problem is only going to get worse...

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To err is human

To err is human

People make mistakes – it’s human nature. However, most mistakes are preventable. What can be done to help employees make things “go right”? Safety thought leader and professional speaker, JÜRGEN TIETZ, offers some insights

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As green as ever

As green as ever

Once again held in the Drakensburg, Noshcon celebrated its 55th anniversary this year. It’s clear, from the topics of discussion at the event, that occupational health and safety (OHS) has come a long way during that time. NICOLA JENVEY reports

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Is training South Africa’s saviour?

Is training South Africa's saviour?

South Africa’s rate of unemployment shows no signs of abating any time soon. Could this be addressed via training? CHARLEEN CLARKE discovers that this topic attracts some heated debate...

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The new standard of mine design

The new standard of mine design

WorleyParsons RSA, a project delivery company, comments on the development of a new ISO standard – ISO 19426 Design of structures for the mining industry

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Nothing is accidental

Nothing is accidental

Through its Safetember initiative, the Federated Employer's Mutual Assurance Company (FEM), is taking the fight to accidents – particularly motor vehicle accidents – in the construction industry

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