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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.

31st Jul 2020

Human error debunked, while curiosity and collaboration win

Human error debunked, while curiosity and collaboration win 31st Jul 2020 The EHS Congress has catapulted itself into the centre of the health and...

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31st Jul 2020

Below zero

Below zero 31st Jul 2020 Oymyakon, Russia, is reportedly the coldest inhabited place on Earth. During November the average temperature is a shivering -39°C....

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31st Jul 2020

How much more?

How much more? 31st Jul 2020 Load shedding is zapping billions from the economy in lost productivity and production, as well as damaged equipment....

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31st Jul 2020

Cyberattacks pose a serious threat to SA business

Cyberattacks pose a serious threat to SA business 31st Jul 2020 Imagine being held to ransom for your business records and data by criminals...

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3rd Jul 2020

Local is still lekker

The “local is lekker” slogan has been around for some time. The current pandemic-induced predicament has, however, made it even more crucial for South...

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3rd Jul 2020

Building bridges

How important are health and safety officers at construction sites? JOHAN HEYNEKE, health and safety consultant at Riscon Consultants, explores the issue. Contractor management...

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3rd Jul 2020

Accident prevention – are we slipping up?

Sadly, and despite the ongoing hype around preventing accidents in the workplace, incidents continue to rise around the world. What’s the position in South...

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3rd Jul 2020

Human error debunked, while curiosity and collaboration win

The EHS Congress has catapulted itself into the centre of the health and safety (H&S) community by providing an unparalleled range of high-quality presentations,...

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3rd Jul 2020

Aiding and empowering women

So far 2020 has seen a lot. Bushfires in Australia, floods in Indonesia, riots in Delhi and – perhaps the most devastating of them...

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3rd Jul 2020

COIDA for occupationally acquired Covid-19

Herman Enoch, marketing and communications manager at the Federated Employers Mutual (FEM) Assurance Company, outlines the claims procedure in cases of occupationally acquired Covid-19...

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3rd Jul 2020

Can we return to the workplace, safely?

We’ve entered a period of phased lifting of lockdown. But will South Africa see a rise in the number of Covid-19 cases? We look...

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2nd Jul 2020

First aid training in focus amid covid-19

Now that most companies have returned to work, “back to work safety” has become the name of the game. LIANA SHAW showcases some of...

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24th Apr 2020

These boots are made for working

Injuries in the workplace are a sobering reality, impacting negatively on both employees and employers. In this issue, LIANA SHAW looks at the importance...

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24th Apr 2020

Below zero

Oymyakon, Russia, is reportedly the coldest inhabited place on Earth. During November the average temperature is a shivering -39°C. We grab our mittens and...

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24th Apr 2020

Don’t chop off your legs to fit the bed!

Employees are working longer and harder as organisations have to make do with fewer people (thanks to a harsher economic climate). Sarah Bannatyne, a...

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