SGB-Cape, a leading South African access, marine and event scaffolding supplier, was honoured at the Noscar Awards, hosted by the National Occupational Safety Association (NOSA).
Establishing a safe workplace
The role of a security officer is pivotal in ensuring the safety of personnel within a workplace. To be effective, security officers must be provided with the correct tools and equipment, including personal protective equipment (PPE).
When the sirens go off
Despite all the precautions taken to avoid human error, incidents are still a very real possibility, and occupational health and safety (OHS) officers need to have their fire and emergency systems in place to quickly and effectively respond to emergencies.
Achieving sustained success with ISO 9004:2018
The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has published its new quality management standard, ISO 9004:2018, which aims to help companies achieve sustained success.
Human side of safety
To create a successful health and safety culture in an organisation, it is important to invest in the employees and management to ensure that they are engaged and committed to a safer environment and a more successful business.
Better behavioural safety
How can we influence behaviour at work to maximise safety? the answer lies in taking a broader view, listening to Madiba, and learning from sports greats such as Francois Pienaar and Bryan Habana.
Elevating safety solutions in work at height
On August 27, Gravity Training, in conjunction with Cairnmead, hosted the work-at-height safety workshop at the Gravity Training venue. The event was noteworthy in that it brought together some of the key role-players in the construction and telecoms industries, and highlighted shared concerns, demands, requirements and significance of work-at-height safety needs across various industries.
A liquid-nitrogen solution to prevent agriculture loss
Dearman, a technology company delivering zero-emission, clean cooling and power solutions, has launched a new project aimed at reducing wasted harvests in South Africa. The project is backed by grant funds from the Department for International Development.
Porsche drops diesel, gears up for electric future
Having risen in prominence during the last decade for its low fuel consumption and generally low emissions, the diesel engine made its way into just about every class of vehicle on the road – even into those from sports-car manufacturer, Porsche.