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  • Test your fire drill or emergency evacuation alarm today!
  • There's been a spate of office fires and entire warehouses burning down lately. Luckily, thanks to fast-working rescue teams, there've been very few injuries from these fires as employees have been evacuated quickly. If this happens at your office, will you be able to evacuate your staff efficiently? Here's how to ensure employees respond quickly when your emergency evacuation alarm sounds... *... ››› more
  • [23 January 2017]
  • Would you pay your employees to review your company health and safety?
  • 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 ... ››› more
  • [28 May 2014]
  • Four health and safety obligations you must implement
  • As a manager or employer it's your responsibility to ensure the OHSA and its procedures are carried out and maintained. Appointing a HSE rep is only one of them. I'll show you four more tasks you need to implement to ensure you meet your obligations. ********** The only DoL recognised way to train your Health and Safety Representative If you don't have the HSE Representatives Toolkit CD, gets ... ››› more
  • [19 April 2013]
  • Are you exposing your employees to contaminated water like the SA Swimming national trials?
  • As if South Africa needed to make news headlines for a further negative reason. Now, the SA National Swimming trials have been further postponed due to concerns that swimming in murky green water as a result of burst pipes will make them sick. This highlights the importance of including water quality in your risk assessments to make sure you aren't harming your employees' health by letting them dr... ››› more
  • [18 April 2013]
  • Do you have an emergency response plan in place for unexpected accidents in the workplace?
  • 'Nine cleaning staff were injured when a lift at Parliament's four-storey Marks Building malfunctioned and dropped on Friday night,' reports IOL. While this is a pretty unusual workplace accident, it could happen to anyone. And that's why you need to ensure you have an emergency response plan in place to protect the health and safety of your employees. Here's how to draw one up... According to ... ››› more
  • [08 April 2013]
  • Overcrowding in the workplace: Two ways it impacts on your employees' health and safety
  • Overcrowding in the office means your employees won't have sufficient space to carry out their work effectively without intruding into colleagues' personal space. And this can seriously hamper your company's productivity. Here's why overcrowding is a huge problem for your company and what you can do to overcome it. South Africa has the highest prison population in Africa, Correctional Services ... ››› more
  • [27 February 2013]
  • Stop your employees from working overtime to prevent burn out
  • Overtime is a killer of workplace productivity. As employees work late to keep up with their deadlines, they start to fall further behind and become less productive. This puts them in a bad mood and makes them panicky, which means they're more likely to make mistakes and fall sick from the stress. Here are simple ways to stop your employees from working overtime to prevent burn out. There's no ... ››› more
  • [25 February 2013]
  • How to protect the health and safety of your night shiftworkers
  • Reports show there are more health and safety risks if your employees work the night shift. Tiredness - especially if they're working overtime - is the main factor, as it'll make your employees less safety conscious and more likely to injure themselves. There's also an increased risk of crime as burglars prefer to break in when there are fewer people. This could have tragic consequences. Here's ho... ››› more
  • [15 February 2013]
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