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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]
  • Five reasons why you need to include ventilation as part of your safety risk assessment!
  • Do you ever hear your employees sneezing and coughing non-stop in the office? Well, you'd better start noticing before it's too late! You see, poor ventilation is an invisible health hazard. It puts the health and safety of your employees at risk. And the financial consequences could shut your business down! Here are five reasons why you need to include a ventilation system in your risk ... ››› more
  • [24 April 2015]
  • Travelling employees: Where your health and safety obligation begins and ends
  • According to the labour law, employees who travel for work are considered to be 'on duty' 24 hours a day. And that means they're on duty the moment they travel to the airport, station or port. If however, your employee has to be at the office and then leave for the airport, bus station or port from there, the employee is considered to be on duty the moment he enters the office, up until he ret... ››› more
  • [20 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]
  • Dealing with incident reporting: Are you 100% sure you know the steps?
  • Your health and safety management system should work without error. However, there are many rules that are being overlooked and in many situations you get to find out the consequences when the case is reported to the court. When it comes to incident reporting, you have to make sure that the right procedure is being set up and that the health and safety representatives know the important rol... ››› more
  • [14 April 2015]
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