New Round Of Inspections By Labour

South Africa. Agriculture and steel sector employers served with contravention notices a few weeks ago faced a new round of inspections, the Labour department said yesterday.

The inspections were to ensure compliance with health and safety regulations, as well as with other areas of non-compliance, chief inspector Thobile Lamati said.

This latest round of inspections comes in the wake of visits to employers in the construction sector, which revealed a high degree of non-compliance.

Source: Sapa


Diane Swarts heads up Sheqafrica from October 2020

Durban – South Africa –  The High Option Ltd. as majority shareholder of SHEQafrica Corporate Services(Pty)Ltd, announced yesterday that Pietermaritzburg based SHEQ Consultant, Diane Swarts have been appointed as the General Manager for the business from October 2020. SHEQafrica Corporate Services owns a number of brand names like The Safety Guys, The Safety Lady, and […]

Invitation to contribute

While we are back on air, there is still a long road ahead to restore SHEQafrica as the #1 OHS Magazine in Africa. We therefore wish to invite you to become a contributor to our efforts and assist in making this the most loved magazine for the SHEQ Practitioners once more. On site, we often […]