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  • How you can create a health and safety culture in the workplace
  • When it comes to any workplace, remember this rule: Safety first! But sometimes growing a health and safety culture in the workplace can prove rather challenging. But you can overcome this. And create a working health and safety culture... Here's how you can overcome any obstacles in this area... First of all, did you know that the trend of a safety culture grew into a mandatory field ... ››› more
  • [27 February 2015]
  • Eight SA laws demand you do a risk assessment... or face jail time
  • You're mistaken if you think the OHS Act is the only piece of legislation you must comply with when it comes to risk assessments. There are seven other pieces of legislation that also require you to do a risk assessment in your workplace. If you don't comply, the DoL could prosecute you and you could end up in jail. Don't be caught not doing a risk assessment! Keep reading to discover wh... ››› more
  • [26 February 2015]
  • To have a risk management plan is to be smart about your company
  • Do you have a clear definition of risk assessment? Moreover, does your company value the real implication of a risk management plan? Every aspect in the field of risk assessment demands high attention levels and maintenance. Thus, HIRA never stops improving. It is an ongoing process which involves both the company and its employees. Not treating¬†a risk assessment plan as carefully as needed¬... ››› more
  • [24 February 2015]
  • Sources of Hazards Involving the Human Factor. What causes them?
  • In what follows, we offer you a various number of situations when hazards may arise, in order to make you keep in mind the risks and the risk management all together. The context refers to environmental factors, workplace and human factors,¬† psychological factors as well as the work organization, in order to help you with the risk identification: Thus being said, jazards may arise from: -... ››› more
  • [20 February 2015]
  • A continuous risk assessment. The emphasis on hazard awareness
  • According to the Labour Guide, a continuous risk assessment ought to be conducted on a continuous basis in the work environment. This should be taken into consideration as it is seen as a major and useful form of assessment and should take place continually, as an integral part of day to day management. In consequence, in continuous HIRA, the emphasis is on day to day hazard awareness, through... ››› more
  • [18 February 2015]
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