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SHEQ Management

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

20th Jun 2018

Putting quality first – at what cost?

A tour of the factory of Marley Pipe Systems, a SAPPMA member, highlighted the importance of quality testing for commercial plastic pipes and the...

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20th Jun 2018

Cyber alert!

What is the greatest risk that businesses currently need to manage? The risks associated with cyber incidents, reports CHARLEEN CLARKE, after studying the Allianz...

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24th Apr 2018

Better quality infrastructure helps curb non-compliance

As consumers become more demanding, product quality testing becomes even more important. However, this requires capable quality infrastructure, such as testing facilities. Quality testing...

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24th Apr 2018

Protection for people who prepare food

There is a need for robust personal protective equipment (PPE) to help protect  employees working in the food and beverage industry. WILLIAM GEORGE looks...

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24th Apr 2018

Notice! Implement signs to improve workplace safety

Proper signage in the workplace is of utmost importance, as it can impact on the safety of employees. Safety signage plays an important role in...

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24th Apr 2018

Outlining the listeriosis outbreak

Listeriosis caused panic in South Africa, as the World Health Organistion (WHO) confirmed that the country experienced the largest outbreak ever recorded. WILLIAM GEORGE...

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24th Apr 2018

A comfortable workstation is the best motivation

While a safe work environment reduces productivity losses, as employees are able to do their work safely, good ergonomics allows them to perform at...

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24th Apr 2018

A small device, but a big threat

Employees are often encouraged to use mobile devices for work purposes, but this increases a company’s risk of a cyber security attack. Companies should...

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24th Apr 2018

A simple energy solution for Africa?

A large percentage of people living on the African continent still have little or no access to energy. With the potential to reduce poverty...

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24th Apr 2018

Energy leaders highlight the power crisis in Africa

Top authorities from the African energy sector gathered in Johannesburg for the Africa Energy Indaba where the current power crisis was on the top...

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24th Apr 2018

Mining and construction in the spotlight

With the mining and construction industries showing encouraging signs of recovery – and even a little growth – the Johannesburg Expo Centre was abuzz...

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