Managing a construction site isn't easy. That's why you need to manage the appointment of the right staff to help you.
When the DoL comes knocking, you need to be able to prove the competency of your health and safety team members.
For every new construction project you start, you must have an up-to-date health and safety file.
Here are 10 appointment letters the Construction Regulations ... ››› more
We speak about them often enough. And by now you should know by law you have a 16.1 and 16.2 appointment. But, do you actually know what the difference is?
Warning! If the DoL finds out you haven't completed this one Health and Safety compliance requirement you'll pay thousands of rands in penalties...
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What's the difference between a contract of employment and an appointment letter? Do you know? Take a look below as I explore the differences and why you need to know them... Dear Reader
I recently had coffee with a friend of mine who owns her own business. We got chatting about appointment letters, and there was me rattling on and on about who in the company should or shouldn't have.
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The DoL doesn't mess around when it comes to non-compliance. If it catches you for not complying with the OHS Act, it will fine you.
But a fine isn't the worst thing it could do. It could also shut your business down and take you to court. If the court finds you guilty, you could spend up to two years in jail.
That's why you must never fail to do this one thing to ensure the DoL doesn't com... ››› more
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