Featured Issue 3 2019

FEATURES

Featured Issue 3 2019

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

19th Jun 2019

Saiosh Conference – roaring success yet again!

The ninth iteration of the annual conference of the South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Saiosh) saw a large turnout of attendees...

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19th Jun 2019

Climate change is happening and transport operators need to act now

As climate change is rising on the political agenda, companies are starting to take notice. That’s according to SOPHIE PUNTE, executive director of the...

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19th Jun 2019

First aid: more than just a tick box

While the discipline of first aid hasn’t changed much over the years, in terms of techniques or procedures there have been recent advances in...

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19th Jun 2019

Bigger and better with every year

The 2019 edition of the A-OSH exhibit attracted more delegates, displayed a greater variety of products and was packed with innovation. MARISKA MORRIS attended...

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19th Jun 2019

Trend-setting Showa all about innovation

The Japanese glove manufacturer and industry leader, SHOWA, offers innovative, quality hand protection, which was on display at the 2019 A-OSH exhibition Whether it’s...

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19th Jun 2019

Training to save lives

From relocating its Johannesburg training facilities and complying with new regulations to the importance of first-aid training, St John South Africa used the 2019...

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19th Jun 2019

The kind of rubber that really matters

With the introduction of dual-compound rubber-soling technology in Africa, footwear can now offer better durability and more comfort Even when working in the same...

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19th Jun 2019

War on single-use plastic

Plastics SA believes the ban of single-use plastic bags by retailers, shopping malls and even countries is a rash response. MARISKA MORRIS investigates whether...

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19th Jun 2019

Workplace equality an elusive concept, for now 

With 2018 highlighting movements such as #MeToo and #TimesUp, which actively denounce the unequal treatment of women, one could argue that women are finally...

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