Featured Issue 2 2019

FEATURES

Featured Issue 2 2019

Our monthly features are designed to cover the core areas of interest within the safety, health, environment and quality industries.

24th Apr 2019

Gas detection done rite

JUSTIN GOLDBLATT, general manager of Runrite Electronics, gives advice on how to select the right gas-detection solution. There are many gas-detection products on the...

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24th Apr 2019

Electric cars: to die for?

Electric vehicles may be good news for the environment, but they can be bad news for the people who work on them. In fact,...

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24th Apr 2019

Fresh air and sunlight for the office

Environmental factors such as air quality and lighting are often overlooked when employers address the ergonomics in an office. MARISKA MORRIS investigates their importance...

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24th Apr 2019

Pioneers in hand protection

For over 60 years, the Japanese-founded Showa has been a world leader in the professional protective gloves market. Its research and development centres in...

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24th Apr 2019

Man becomes machine

In the quest to reduce musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), exoskeletons have become a technology that’s catching many an eye – and not only because they...

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24th Apr 2019

Taking her out of his shoes

Although more women are entering non-traditional sectors, there remains very little personal protective equipment (PPE) specially designed for women. MARISKA MORRIS reports. Although women...

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24th Apr 2019

A key factor in road safety

OLIVER NAIDOO, certification manager at JC Auditors, discusses the health and well-being of long-distance truck drivers. Driving heavy vehicles is probably one of the...

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24th Apr 2019

Exploring Africa’s energy potential

SHEQ Management recently attended the 2019 Africa Energy Indaba (AEI). Now in its 11th year, the indaba has been celebrated for its success in...

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24th Apr 2019

Energy storage conundrum

It wasn’t long ago that renewable energy technology was unrealistically expensive for people living in Africa, but things are changing quickly Anton Eberhard, from...

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24th Apr 2019

Load shedding is an opportunity!

South Africans should stop complaining about load shedding and see it as an opportunity. That’s according to Martin Emrich, a consultant for German-based leadership...

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