Category:Featured May/June 2014
Work stress busters
While some workplace stress is normal, excessive stress can interfere with productivity and impact physical and mental health. CLAIRE RENCKEN explores ways to manage...
Quality begins in the classroom
Quality schools help children to become quality citizens, who then go on to create a quality society. The South African Quality Institute (SAQI) believes...
The future of OSH standards
To commemorate World Safety Day, Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance (LRQA) sheds some light on the forthcoming ISO 45001 occupational health and safety management standard.
Port and rail – pass or fail?
Ports and railways are some of the biggest economic drivers as they ensure that goods get to market. But how important is the management...
Feeling healthy, feeling safe
Specialised Exhibitions and UBM Montgomery, the organisers of the OSH Expo Africa, kept the spirit of the 2014 event in line with what we...
How reliable is your organisation?
The fourth annual Saacosh High Reliability Organising (HRO) conference was held at Emperor’s Palace on May 21 and 22. CLAIRE RENCKEN reports
Fire and emergency planning
NOSA, the global supplier of occupational and health risk management services, now offers innovations and services in fire risk management. SHEQ MANAGEMENT investigates
We have your back
Poor posture and being overweight can predispose you to back injury in several factory and trade environments – and even in the office. SHEQ...
The next level of health and safety reference
A new Safety First Association (SFA) publication is to be launched soon. Here is a sneak peek into what you can expect