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  • Create an event emergency plan or your office Christmas party could end in disaster
  • So you're planning an office Christmas function. You have 200 employees and their partners attending. You've chosen the menu and the décor is all ready. But there's something very important you forgot to do. Whenever you have an event, you must create an emergency plan for it, whether it's in your office or an outside venue. After all, disasters don't just happen during working hours and yo... ››› more
  • [27 October 2014]
  • Five things you must do to complete an event-specific risk assessment
  • When you plan a work function, you know you have to plan a menu that caters to everyone, but did you know you must plan for emergencies too? That's right! You have to take precautions to ensure you can deal with any emergencies that might happen during the function. To do that, you need to do an event-specific risk assessment. And the involves these five things...   To do an event... ››› more
  • [27 October 2014]
  • A risk assessment could save your company from complete ruin! Here's why...
  • Workplace emergencies seldom just happen. The cause generally comes from a hidden risk in your workplace. This means you can prevent most emergencies if you just stop and look for disasters waiting to happen. Not sure how? What if I told you it's as simple as doing a risk assessment? And that it would keep company safe from 95% of all disasters? Let me explain...   To protect y... ››› more
  • [20 October 2014]
  • Construction sites are full of fatal risks, here's how to spot them and stop them
  • Construction sites are up there with mines and factories as some of the most dangerous places to work. The nature of the work your employees do on your construction site opens them up to all sorts of dangers. They could fall from scaffolding, have a hand tool cut them, or have something fall on their head. You can help protect your employees from these risks though. You just need to spot th... ››› more
  • [17 September 2014]
  • Doing a risk assessment will be much easier if you just do THIS first
  • Risk assessments can feel like time consuming missions sometimes. They can take hours, even days, to do and often you don't even know if your assessment was successful. This is a problem thousands of employers have. But there's good news. You can reduce the hassle and make your risk assessment much easier if you just do this one thing. It'll speed up the time it takes, make it more effe... ››› more
  • [28 August 2014]
  • Introducing the one tool that'll improve your risk assessments 100%
  • What does it take to do a successful risk assessment? Is it effective planning or using your health and safety representatives input? While both of these things will improve your risk assessment they, may not make the assessment itself more effective. So what can you do to ensure your assessment is effective? That's where this one tool comes in. It's something you can create, use and... ››› more
  • [28 August 2014]
  • Here's how do a risk assessment that could save your employee from a serious accident
  • What causes serious workplace accidents? Is it your employee's behaviour? Your machinery? The environment your employees work in? The truth is, you may not know what'll cause a serious accident that could cost your employee his life, unless you do a risk assessment. Just by doing this, you can find out what'll cause those serious accidents and prevent them. This could be the on... ››› more
  • [27 August 2014]
  • Four deadly risks you must look for during a construction site risk assessment
  • Accidents can happen in any workplace. But on construction sites, those workplace accidents are a lot more deadly. Here, things like paper cuts and slips down the stairs are the least of your worries. Constructions accidents can easily lead to amputations, disfigurements and even death. That's why when you do a risk assessment on your construction site, look out for these four deadly risks.... ››› more
  • [20 August 2014]
  • Could a risk assessment prevent disasters like the Meyersdal building collapse?
  • On Monday, a building structure collapsed on a Meyersdal construction site. This tragic accident resulted in the deaths of nine people and eight more were seriously injured. It's times like this when employers and safety officers start asking questions about how they could have prevented accidents like this. For example, some construction employers want to know if something as simple as a ri... ››› more
  • [20 August 2014]
  • Unless you do THIS, workplace accidents are inevitable
  • How do you prevent workplace accidents? Do you teach employees about how to avoid them? Do you put masses of safety precautions in place and hope something works? Or do you try to watch their every move so you can prevent these workplace accidents? The truth is none of these will help you! If you don't go directly to the cause of the accidents and prevent it, none of your attemp... ››› more
  • [19 August 2014]
  • Here's how to deal with a life-threatening workplace risk
  • The only way to deal with risks is to find them before they cause accidents and put a stop to them. Just putting safety precautions and hoping they'll work isn't effective. This is a waste of money. To ensure they do work, you have to ensure they're specific and focused on the risks in your workplace. This is the only way to ensure they deal with the actual problem instead of just preventi... ››› more
  • [19 August 2014]
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