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  • Travelling employees: Where your health and safety obligation begins and ends
  • According to the labour law, employees who travel for work are considered to be 'on duty' 24 hours a day. And that means they're on duty the moment they travel to the airport, station or port. If however, your employee has to be at the office and then leave for the airport, bus station or port from there, the employee is considered to be on duty the moment he enters the office, up until he ret... ››› more
  • [20 April 2015]
  • If your employees work outdoors, make sure they know these lightning safety dos and don'ts
  • '6 construction workers killed by lightning!' It sounds like something out of a horror movie. But this is the exact headline that dominated South Africa papers just a few weeks ago. This after six individuals died and five others were injured by lightning on the N8 outside Botshabelo near Bloemfontein. And with the weather being particularly unpredictable lately, we thought there was no bett... ››› more
  • [10 April 2015]
  • Seven essential reasons why you must maintain your workplace facilities!
  • There are several reasons why you should maintain your workplace facilities, and all of them comes down to health and safety in the workplace. Some injuries may never occur but so many accidents happen every day because the employer and the employees don't follow the basic rules when it comes about these facilities. And that's why today we're showing you what you should know about inspectin... ››› more
  • [08 April 2015]
  • Office health and safety: Five ways to keep the office free of hazards
  • There are several ways you can use to keep your office and your team protected from hazards. Probably the most important rule is to never forget about the periodic inspection you should perform and to make sure your team understands the importance of the health and safety training. Their actions influence anyone in the workplace and this is something no one should forget. Here's how you can... ››› more
  • [07 April 2015]
  • Three hazards to watch out for when working in confined spaces
  • Today we're giving you detailed informtion about the hazards your employees might confront when working in confined spaces. There are several rules that vary when working in such spaces and the risks are also much higher whenever your employees work here. Read on to discover why... Before we look at the different hazards, take a look at these stats to see which of the potential hazards ... ››› more
  • [01 April 2015]
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