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  • 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]
  • Working in confined spaces: Six general safety regulations you need to know
  • Confined spaces fall under specific regulations since the risks they impose on health and safety are higher than those in a different space. Today we're going to look at what you can do to keep your employees safe when working in confinded spaces. But first, let's understand what make a confined space so risky When it comes to a confined space (or an enclosed space), you should know that this... ››› more
  • [01 April 2015]
  • Why you must have a written safety procedure in place when working with HCS
  • Hazardous chemical substances (HCS) are one of the most risky safety situations. And that's why today we're giving you the reasons for having a written safety procedure in case your employees have to work with them. When you introduce a written safety work procedure for staff who work with chemicals, include these four instructions. Four things your written HCS safety procedure much include... ››› more
  • [30 March 2015]
  • A great philosophy for conducting internal safety audits that work
  • I attended a safety management conference earlier this week, where one of the speakers mentioned the 'Gemba' philosophy and explained the benefits of such an approach. I realised that while performing an internal audit, companies that adopted this method had an important quality on their side: None of their employees feared the inspection! And analysing the impact of regular internal audit... ››› more
  • [27 March 2015]
  • Are you familiar with the general safety duties of employees at work?
  • There is a whole list of general duties strictly selected for the employees to accomplish while being at the workplace and managing their tasks. The rules are set in order to secure a health and safety management system. And that's why,as an employer, you have to make sure that employees do the following while at work: Five general safety duties your employees have a. Take reasonable care... ››› more
  • [26 March 2015]
  • The hidden safety danger that lies behind your workers' attitudes!
  • Today we want to talk about a hidden danger that everybody in the workplace actually ignores. You'd think that such a small detail can do no harm. But the truth is exactly the opposite... It does! Read on to discover the thing you never thought could affect your team and endanger their lives! Their attitude towards safety is a potentially harmful factor! Perhaps you didn't think of it, but ... ››› more
  • [26 March 2015]
  • Auditor Selection and Competencies. How to make the right decision?
  • The following tips should help you make the right choice when selecting an internal auditor or for the audit team. As a first important aspect, don't forget that your internal auditors or audit team should be independent of the component of the OHSMS that they are auditing by: - selecting internal auditors who have not provided OHS services, advice or consultancy to the selected area for at ... ››› more
  • [24 March 2015]
  • Seven emergency training tips that could save your company from disaster
  • If an emergency, like a fire, strikes your workplace, it could destroy everything. But if you and your employees have the right knowledge, you can stop this from happening! That's where health and safety emergency training comes in. Nobody expects an emergency or disaster. Especially one that affects you, your employees, and your business personally. Yet the simple truth is that emergenci... ››› more
  • [23 March 2015]
  • Manage health and safety knowledge retention to manage workplace risks!
  • Petrochemicals specialist Saide Mansur recently explained that in order for companies to manage the risks, they need to understand that they have to manage the health and safety knowledge retention. Here's what that means. And why it's important for you. Petrochemicals specialist Saide Mansur recently explained that in order for companies to manage the risks, they need to understand that the... ››› more
  • [20 March 2015]
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