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  • Surely I don't need to report getting caught on a nail sticking out the wall to the DoL?
  • Here's something to think about... In a busy office, there is a nail sticking out of the wall. The maintenance team was supposed to knock the nail into the surface, but didn't. Now, every employee that brushes past the nail is grazed. Since it seems so small, none of the employees that are scratched by the nail report the incident. This continues until an employee tests positive for HI... ››› more
  • [26 September 2016]
  • 3 Critical steps for conducting an effective incident investigation
  • Should your workplace require any Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), you'll be required to have PPE policy in place. What this policy does is it assures your employees, as well as any visitors, that their safety has been taken into consideration through thorough risk assessments. And that in order to protect them, you have provided PPE for them, where necessary. It also helps to ensure tha... ››› more
  • [04 April 2016]
  • 3 Critical steps for conducting an effective incident investigation
  • Should an incident occur in your workplace, you have to carry out an incident investigation to see what caused it. In doing so you can begin to put preventative measures in place. Failure to do this can lead to similar incidents occurring, leading to more injuries and fatalities in your workplace! You could even be held personally accountable! So, it's therefore highly recommended that you c... ››› more
  • [30 March 2016]
  • 4 Key stages in carrying out an incident investigation
  • Workplace incidents are a stark reality which employers and employees must face on a daily basis. And should one occur in your very own workplace, you would have to carry out an incident investigation. But how exactly does one go about conducting one? According to a paper the Department of Education and Training, of the Queensland Government, there are 4 key stages within conducting an incide... ››› more
  • [15 March 2016]
  • Comair launches incident investigation... here's how to do yours in 9 steps
  • According to The Citizen, the British Airways Flight BA6234 experienced a landing gear failure during touchdown at O.R. Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg. It led to, as SABC News reports, passengers having to disembark via the Boeing 737s emergency exits. Comair, the company who runs British Airways, will be conducting a thorough incident investigation. Now, we all know how importan... ››› more
  • [03 November 2015]
  • Four data collection tips to make sure you cover all your bases in an incident
  • For businesses in general, incidents in the workplace are inevitable. Should an incident occur in your workplace, you have to carry out procedurally correct incident investigation. As part of the correct procedure to follow for an incident investigation, you have to collect all the necessary evidence. Collecting all relevant data with regard to the workplace incident is of vital importance.... ››› more
  • [24 August 2015]
  • The aftermath of an incident - an employer's guide
  • Driving a vehicle for work activities is the most dangerous task most of us will do on a daily basis. For most of us, jumping in a car, van, bus or truck and making that trip for work is pretty much the most dangerous part of our day. But what can you do to reduce the risk - both to your employees and your organisation? Read on to find out... Let's have a look at a practical example ... ››› more
  • [13 August 2015]
  • Your one and only solution to decreasing workplace incidents
  • Frequent health and safety incidents in your company aren't good. If you don't properly investigate incidents, you increase the risk of more accidents. This can cost your company lots of money and you could face jail time. But I've got a solution for you. Use this three-tier analysis to identify the root cause and prevent future incidents. Here is the three-tier root cause analysis ... ››› more
  • [09 July 2015]
  • The difference between incident investigations and accident investigations explained
  • We often use the terms 'accident' and 'incident' interchangeably when we talk about health and safety. But the truth is, they're quite different. An incident is an event where there aren't any injuries. An accident is an event where there are injuries. Now regardless of whether you have an accident or an incident on site, you must investigate both. But these two investigations differ. T... ››› more
  • [12 August 2014]
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