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  • Minimise absenteeism by reducing incidents. Display these safety signs in your workplace
  • Accidents in the workplace will occur from time to time but it's your duty to ensure you minimise the risks as much as possible. Use the correct safety signs to identify and communicate hazards in your workplace so that you can minimise absenteeism from injuries and court claims from injuries sustained by visitors. Are all your employees familiar with the meaning of safety signs?   Serious ... ››› more
  • [03 August 2015]
  • The new Driven Machinery Regulations come into effect on 30 September 2015. Are you ready?
  • While their battle to implement the Construction Regulations (from last year) continues, the DoL has now made changes to the Driven Machinery Regulations to bring it in line with the Construction Regulations. It seems a waste of paper to me, with just slight changes in wording and phrasing, but you need to know about it. Here's the low-down of what the new Driven Machinery Regulations 2015 i... ››› more
  • [31 July 2015]
  • Six appointments you must make to comply with the Construction Regulations 2014
  • One of the main focuses of the Construction Regulations 2014 is to enforce stricter safety control measures in your workplace. To comply, you need to make six appointments. Let's take a closer look at what Construction Regulation 8 says about who you need to appoint to manage and supervise your construction work... *********In demand********* Is your site compliant with the new Const... ››› more
  • [27 July 2015]
  • Are you giving each employee the 2.25m2 of open floor space which he's entitled to?
  • Overcrowding in the workplace means your employees don't have enough space to work effectively without intruding into their colleagues' personal space. Here are three important questions you need to ask yourself to prevent adverse health effects. Seven negative effects on your staff and company   1. Insufficient space to optimise work flow results in delays, downtime and possibly rework or defe... ››› more
  • [20 July 2015]
  • Your one and only solution to decreasing workplace incidents
  • Frequent health and safety incidents in your company aren't good. If you don't properly investigate incidents, you increase the risk of more accidents. This can cost your company lots of money and you could face jail time. But I've got a solution for you. Use this three-tier analysis to identify the root cause and prevent future incidents. Here is the three-tier root cause analysis ... ››› more
  • [09 July 2015]
  • Have you had a construction site tragedy? Here's how to report it to the DoL
  • There's been an accident on one of your construction sites. An employee had an accident, lost a finger, and is in hospital. Under the construction regulations, you need to report all work-related accidents. It's not enough to file an internal incident report only. But do you know what to do to bring the incident to DoL's attention? There are strict rules around reporting the incident and har... ››› more
  • [07 July 2015]
  • Would your construction site pass the 'safety file' test?
  • A safety file contains more than just a safety plan and a few registers. It is to your construction site, what the constitution is to a state. It holds everything together. But like the constitution, it can be very broad. At any time, an inspector could arrive on your site to do an inspection. To know if your site will handle his test, you first need to know what should be in a safety file. We... ››› more
  • [06 July 2015]
  • Use these seven tips to improve ventilation in your workplace - or face penalties
  • If your employees are experiencing headaches, dizziness, sinus congestion, itchy or watery eyes, scratchy throats and an inability to concentrate at work, poor ventilation is probably to blame. And if you don't improve the ventilation in your workplace, you'll risk your business facing hefty penalties or even getting shut down! It will also contribute to unproductivity and increased sick leave ... ››› more
  • [24 June 2015]
  • Eight items to include in your Health and Safety Agreement for OHS compliance
  • If you have 20 or more employees, you must draw up a Health and Safety Agreement. You must then implement this agreement (General Administrative Regulations Section 6). It's up to you and your employees to decide what needs to be done in your company to create a healthy and safe environment. A Health and Safety Agreement helps you get buy-in from your employees to manage health and safety... ››› more
  • [08 June 2015]
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