Australian Worker Fined For Breaching Safety Act

Despite having the necessary knowledge in correct and safe practices, a Hobart electrician who was injured at work has been fined $5 000 for breaching the Workplace Health and Safety Act.

Michael Beverley, an electrician and a colleague were busy working on a switchboard at the University of Tasmania last year when they suffered radiation burns equating to severe sunburn.

The electrician new that the company policy was to not do any work until the power had been switched of and the accident would not have happened if this policy was followed.



Safety business opportunity

SHEQafrica Corporate Services is selling all its domain names as part of its closing down sale. Below is a list of the domain names related to SHEQ and they are all available at the Final Closing Down price of R1 995,00 each. Some of the domains have active websites. […]

Cygma hands over SACS for outstanding hosting fees

Internet Service Provider,  Cygma has commenced with court action to claim liquidated damages from SHEQAfrica Corporate Services(Pty)Ltd for outstanding hosting fees. This comes after The High Option Ltd. withdraw their Line of Credit to SACS. THO has been guaranteeing the hosting fees for 12 months and has withdrawn its LOC with effect 21 March 2021. […]