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Would you pay your employees to review your company health and safety?

by , 28 May 2014
Your employees should practice and implement safety measures without you having to 'bribe' them. But, sometimes desperate times call for desperate measures. So, I ask you... would you pay your workers to review your health and safety procedures?

Dear Reader,

I know… your employees should practice and implement safety measures without you having to 'bribe' them. But, sometimes desperate times call for desperate measures. Especially when your incidents are on the rise and its costing you a fortune in COID claims and downtime.

So, I ask you… would you pay your workers to review your health and safety procedures?

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Would you pay your workers to review your health and safety procedures?

After all, you must investigate every incident that occurs at your workplace. What better way to educate your employees about the safety procedures you have in place, than by asking them to assist you to find the holes in your safety processes?

Obviously this isn't a long-term solution and you and your workers must adhere to, and enforce, best practices for safety in business. But if your number of fatalities and injuries is one the rise, this may be a solution to prevent large-scale incidents. What do you think? Let me know at louise@fsp.co.za.

And now that I've got you thinking about incidents in your workplace… here's a quick refresher of your employees duties when it comes to health and safety…

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Your employees' five duties

Your employees have a duty to:
  1. Cooperate with you, the employer, and comply with your health and safety procedures;
  2. Report all health and safety hazards, injuries and incidents to as soon as reasonably possible;
  3. Take reasonable care of themselves while on duty. Including using their PPE, wearing their PPE and using their tools correctly;
  4. Carry out their legal duties; and
  5. Give their cooperation regarding any duties or requirement that you give them (OHSA Section 14).
Keep up the good work guys and remember we're thinking about you every day working in tough conditions. We appreciate your loyalty!

In the name of safety,


Louise Harty
Managing Editor: Health and Safety Advisor

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