Regulars

REGULARS

SHEQ Management

Our regular columns and sections are all contributions from leading industry figures.

8th Oct 2020

Saiosh condemns gender-based violence

Saiosh condemns gender-based violence 8th Oct 2020 During the Covid-19 lockdown, there were horrific reports about another wave … that of gender-based violence (GBV)...

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8th Oct 2020

Business ethics during Covid-19

Business ethics during Covid-19 8th Oct 2020 In the world of SHEQ it isn’t uncommon to be sitting at the crossroads of ethics versus...

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8th Oct 2020

Managing legal risks

Managing legal risks 8th Oct 2020 The mere mention of pending or potential legal issues tends to cause a shiver down one’s spine! Hope...

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8th Oct 2020

Covid-19: exposing legal risk in insurance

Covid-19: exposing legal risk in insurance 8th Oct 2020 Insurance markets worldwide operate on the basic premise that insurers know the risks for which...

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8th Oct 2020

A little goes a long way

A little goes a long way 8th Oct 2020 Professor Dr Andrew Sharman challenges the way we’ve been looking at safety performance and offers...

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8th Oct 2020

Food for thought

Food for thought 8th Oct 2020 While strolling through the natural forests surrounding Vienna, SHEQ MANAGEMENT columnist Brian Darlington reflected on the orthodox approach...

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8th Oct 2020

Should the Compensation Fund be privatised?

Should the Compensation Fund be privatised? 8th Oct 2020 If I had R10 for every complaint I’ve received pertaining to the Compensation Fund, I...

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17th Aug 2020

Leading together in rough storms

Leading together in rough storms 17th Aug 2020 The world’s attention has shifted to Covid-19 and businesses are scrambling not only to stay profitable,...

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17th Aug 2020

Managing quality during a pandemic

Managing quality during a pandemic 17th Aug 2020 Quality management is a crucial element in any organisation. It should be approached like a dance,...

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17th Aug 2020

Lessons for SA from the UK – occupational diseases compensation

Lessons for SA from the UK – occupational diseases compensation 17th Aug 2020 Compensation for occupational diseases should, in general, be handled the same...

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17th Aug 2020

Empowering members

Empowering members 17th Aug 2020 Covid-19 infection rates have increased rapidly over recent weeks and we have to brace for worse to come. The...

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17th Aug 2020

A brave new world

A brave new world 17th Aug 2020 Professor Dr Andrew Sharman, global thought leader, safety culture expert and president of the Institute of Occupational...

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17th Aug 2020

Lessons from a semiotic walk on the Danube Island

Lessons from a semiotic walk on the Danube Island 17th Aug 2020 A stroll on the Danube Island leads our columnist to ponder the...

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17th Aug 2020

Take a bow, mining industry!

Take a bow, mining industry! 17th Aug 2020 The mining industry in South Africa should take a bow. Between 1993 and 2019, the industry...

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31st Jul 2020

Our world is not your ashtray!

Our world is not your ashtray! 31st Jul 2020 Our columnist’s blood boils when he sees cigarette butts lying on the ground. He says...

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