Category:SHEQ Management Handbook 2019

15th January 2019

Preventing diseases and injuries essential for economic growth

Despite comprehensive occupational health and safety legislation, workplace deaths remain high, with occupational diseases often the cause. Companies should take action by educating themselves...

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15th January 2019

Digging into safety in the mining industry

As it is a hazardous environment in which to work, the mining sector should be prepared for every eventuality by providing the correct personal...

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15th January 2019

Minimising the impact of petrochemicals

While almost everyone depends on the petrochemical industry for fuel to operate machinery, travel or cook, the industry has a responsibility to ensure that...

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15th January 2019

Putting productivity back in production

While the engineering and manufacturing industry faces many challenges, employee safety is one of the most important. Investing in quality personal protective equipment (PPE),...

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15th January 2019

Forestry: High risk, but manageable

Forestry is widely considered to be one of the most dangerous industries in which to work, but that doesn’t mean it has to be...

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15th January 2019

Harvesting the rewards of safe farming

Agriculture is essential to the welfare of a country. Good farming processes feed a nation, while poor farming methods could endanger the lives of...

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15th January 2019

Stamp of approval

Investing in health and safety training and certification helps prevent injuries in the workplace and saves companies money in the long run. There are...

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15th January 2019

Protecting the biggest asset

Employees are undoubtedly one of the biggest assets to any organisation. It is important to ensure the physical and mental well-being of employees to...

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15th January 2019

First line of defence

While it is important to have occupational health and safety (OHS) policies and practices in place, it is often the PPE that acts as...

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15th January 2019

A new standard for OHS management systems

The new, internationally accepted occupational health and safety management systems standard requires the entire system to act as a preventative tool rather than a...

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