Factors to Consider in the Workplace when Lockdown is lifted to Level Three

Blog Factors-to-Consider-in-the-Workplace-when-Lockdown-is-lifted-to-Level-Three. At the best of times, attaining and maintaining compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act is a monumental task for South African business owners.

Posted date: 2nd Jun 2020
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What is required in providing First Aid and PPE for First Aiders

What is required in providing First Aid and PPE for First Aiders

Posted date: 16th Aug 2019
Latest News - Inspections - Injuries on Duty (IODs) - Health & Safety Services - MAKROSAFE Health and Safety Certificate - General Health and Safety - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Risk Assessment - Health and Safety Training - Legislation - Occupational Health - Occupational Hygiene - Workmans Compensation - Working at Heights - Overhead Crane Training Course - Forklift Driver Medicals - Health and Safety Programme - Noise Survey - Food Handlers - Letters of Good Standing - OHS Inspection Services - OHS Compliance Audit - OHS Risk Assessment - Client Portfolios - Industries - Security Industry - Educational Services Industry - Building and Construction Industry - Food Drinks and Tobacco Industry - Wood and Upholstery Industry - Printing and Paper Industry - Chemical Rubber Oil and Paint Industry - Iron Steel Artificial Limbs Galvanizing Garages and Metals Industry - Trade and Commerce Industry - Banking and Insurance Industry - Airline Aviation Industry - Road Transport Hauliers Industry - Entertainment and Sport Industry - Professional Services Hospitality Industry - Charitable Religion Political and Trade Organisations Industry - Glass Brick Tiles and Concrete Industry

Where do workplace hazards come from

Where do workplace hazards come from

Posted date: 20th May 2019
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What is an Environmental Health Hazard

What is an Environmental Health Hazard

Posted date: 25th Apr 2019
Latest News - Inspections - Health & Safety Services - Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Risk Assessment - Occupational Health - Occupational Hygiene - Working at Heights - Overhead Crane Training Course - Forklift Driver Medicals - Health and Safety Programme - Noise Survey - Food Handlers - OHS Inspection Services - OHS Compliance Audit - OHS Risk Assessment - Industries - Security Industry - Educational Services Industry - Building and Construction Industry - Food Drinks and Tobacco Industry - Wood and Upholstery Industry - Printing and Paper Industry - Chemical Rubber Oil and Paint Industry - Iron Steel Artificial Limbs Galvanizing Garages and Metals Industry - Trade and Commerce Industry - Banking and Insurance Industry - Airline Aviation Industry - Road Transport Hauliers Industry - Entertainment and Sport Industry - Professional Services Hospitality Industry - Charitable Religion Political and Trade Organisations Industry - Glass Brick Tiles and Concrete Industry

Excessive exposure to noise causes irreparable damage to your hearing

Excessive exposure to noise causes irreparable damage to your hearing. Noise is a form of stress to humans

Posted date: 9th Apr 2019
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Professional Noise Survey Assistance from MAKROSAFE

Is it time for your business to have a noise survey carried out? Noise certainly has some negative connotations attached

Posted date: 16th Mar 2015
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