Reducing incidents on duty

Staff members have the tendency to believe that they only have to follow instructions or obey orders and that the first-aider or fist aid box will deal with the consequences of an incident. They are wrong. The moment someone thinks something can happen, until the moment an investigation in a subsequent incident has been concluded, any person involved is expected to play a role and can be held accountable.

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Posted date: 10th May 2016
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Don’t be fooled by bogus inspectors

The Department of Labour recently issued a warning to warn employers of a conman masquerading as a labour inspector. The man conducted impromptu inspections and requested money to be transferred into his account. Genuine inspectors are no fools, they have certain protocols to observe.

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Posted date: 3rd May 2016
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What did we learn from the Ellis Park disaster?

Last week marked the 15th anniversary of the Ellis Park disaster. However, apart from a moment of silence observed at many football matches around the country and a small ceremony at the venue itself on Saturday, the anniversary largely went unnoticed. But what about the health and safety lessons we learnt?

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Posted date: 26th Apr 2016
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