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SA companies must improve safety policies

SA companies must improve safety policies

Some 35% of South African companies whose employees are regularly exposed to chemicals, have a view that their current safety policies are adequate, and are resistant to reviewing and introducing more progressive measures to protect their employees.

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Integrating work and study

To balance working and learning can be quite a challenge. Employers should look at strategies to help adult learners perform better.

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NEBOSH to sponsor OSH Expo Africa 2011

The UK-based National Examination Board in Occupational Safety and Health (NEBOSH) is the official sponsor of the first-ever OSH Expo Africa 2011.

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Dealing with embedded objects in the workplace …

There are certain people who just seem to know what to do in an emergency situation and are never ruffled by the sight of blood or symptoms of illness. This is not because they are aliens or cold-hearted individuals, but it is more probably that they are trained volunteers who spend their free time a little differently from the rest of us.

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