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  • Who's in charge of health and safety communication in your company?
  • Here's something you probably don't know: It doesn't matter what your job title is, if you're in charge of communications then you're in charge of communicating your health and safety plans and procedures to your staff. Here's why... Your legal obligations for your health and safety communication system Your main duty is to provide the right information, instructions, training and super... ››› more
  • [24 April 2015]
  • Why the OHS Act is important to you and your employees
  • Most people don't worry when it comes to knowing about safety legislation. Usually, they give precedence to probability and experience: In other words, if this didn't happen to me in the past, it won't happen in the future either. So day by day we decide to go on and ignore the regulations and any new alteration being done to the current statements. You shouldn't wait for the Court to ... ››› more
  • [16 April 2015]
  • Four health and safety records you should be keeping to comply with the OHS Act
  • Knock, knock...it's the DoL! And it wants to see your health and safety records to make sure you're compliant! He wants your evidence that you've done what's practical to ensure the health and safety of your employees. You need to keep good-quality records to help prove that you've met your health and safety obligations as an employer. Read on to find out what the four health and safety r... ››› more
  • [02 April 2015]
  • Eight SA laws demand you do a risk assessment... or face jail time
  • You're mistaken if you think the OHS Act is the only piece of legislation you must comply with when it comes to risk assessments. There are seven other pieces of legislation that also require you to do a risk assessment in your workplace. If you don't comply, the DoL could prosecute you and you could end up in jail. Don't be caught not doing a risk assessment! Keep reading to discover wh... ››› more
  • [26 February 2015]
  • 98% of the OHS Act regulations contain this legal component. Ensure you comply with it
  • It's imperative you comply with the OHS Act. If you don't, the DoL will eventually find out and that could mean fines, company shut down or even jail time. You have to comply with all the OHS Act regulations that apply to your company. And, there's one component that appears in nearly 98% of OHS Act regulations. If you don't comply with it, you could face the worst of these DoL punishments.... ››› more
  • [26 December 2014]
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