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  • Three reasons why it's so important to do a sanitation risk assessment
  • If your employees work in filthy conditions, they're going to pick up all kinds of diseases. They could get stomach viruses, breathing problems, intestinal infections. All of these come from the kind of bacteria that live and breed in damp, dirty, unhygienic places. When your employees get sick, it means lost productivity. You must also deal with COID if your employee is incapacitated for more ... ››› more
  • [10 March 2017]
  • Five rules to create a legally compliant health and safety register
  • Legal health and safety registers help you create a list of all the laws that apply to your business. This acts as a guide as you implement health and safety for your business. It sounds like a foolproof compliance tool right? Not if you don't follow the right rules. Here are five rules you must follow when you create your legal register to ensure it's legally compliant...   Thes... ››› more
  • [27 October 2014]
  • Your legal health and safety register won't be legal unless it includes these 18 things
  • When it comes to complying with the OHS Act, there are a lot of things you need to do. To ensure you get everything done, you need to be organised. That's where legal health and safety registers come in. These registers help you comply by giving you a list of everything you need to do in terms of the laws that govern your company. But if your register doesn't include these 18 things, it ... ››› more
  • [27 October 2014]
  • Here's exactly what the OHS Act says about health and safety training
  • One of the rules the OHS Act outlines is the need to train your employees in health and safety issues. This enables them to protect themselves from danger by following safe operating procedures. But what does the OHS Act really say about this training? Must it be formal or informal? Must you do it or must someone else? To help relieve your confusion we're revealing exactly what the Act says ... ››› more
  • [08 October 2014]
  • Follow these two OHS Act rules to prevent and treat workplace injuries
  • The OHS Act instructs you to keep your employees safe by following its health and safety laws. But sometimes accidents happen despite all your safety measures. This is why the Act also gives you instruction on how to deal with injuries. Read on to discover what the Act says you must do to prevent and treat injuries so you can comply with its stringent health and safety laws...   Pre... ››› more
  • [08 October 2014]
  • The OHS Act: A comprehensive guide to keeping your employees safe
  • You know by law you have to protect your employees at work. But often employers get stuck on how to do this. They're not sure of what they must do, give or create to ensure their employees don't end up in serious accidents. The truth is, these employers only feel this confusion because they haven't taken a proper look at what the law says. The Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) is... ››› more
  • [25 August 2014]
  • Don't get caught out by the latest updates to your employees' OHS duties
  • The OHS Act outlines all your duties as an employer. These duties will help ensure your employees are always safe at work. But did you know your employees have OHS duties under the OHS Act too? Well they do, and government has just updated the health and safety laws that govern these duties... *********** Recommended Product  ************ Tired of paying for expensive health and safe... ››› more
  • [29 July 2014]
  • Three possible new updates to SA's Health and Safety Laws
  • The OHS Act outlines all of the OHS regulations you need to follow to keep your employees safe. From time to time, Government updates these laws. If you don't keep track of these updates you may suddenly find yourself on the wrong side of health and safety laws. That's why we're here to tell you about the four latest updates to South Africa's health and safety laws... *********** Produc... ››› more
  • [29 July 2014]
  • The latest updates to the OHS explosives management laws
  • If your employees work with explosives, they're in constant danger. You must ensure your health and safety precautions prevent any accidents. But it's not enough to try use safety equipment to prevent these accidents. You need to ensure the person in charge knows what he's doing. This is why there are possible law updates around the health and safety responsibilities of explosive managers in... ››› more
  • [29 July 2014]
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