• South African law requires every business to provide a safe and healthy work environment for its employees. This includes small and micro businesses. While most business owners or entrepreneurs try their best to provide a safe working environment for their staff, there are specific legal requirements that your business needs to meet, depending on the industry that you are in.
  • The Occupational Health and Safety act, Act 85 of 1993 sets out specific requirements that all businesses must adhere to. In order for your company to comply with legislation, an Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) is required and
    this system needs to be maintained by qualified and competent personnel. This will ensure a safe and fully legal compliant operation.

 

WE ENSURE BEST PRACTICE IN THE FOLLOWING FIELDS

  • SCHOOLS
  • AGRICULTURE
  • MALLS
  • MINING
  • CONSTRUCTION
  • SECURITY
  • PACK STATIONS
  • MEDICAL
  • SURVEILLANCE
  • OFFICE BUILDINGS
  • INVESTIGATIONS
  • ABATTOIR
  • FEED MILLS
  • CHEMICAL CLEANING / BIO SECURITY
  • FORMAL AND INFORMAL TRAINING
  • POULTRY

SAFETY PROFESSIONALS / CONSULTANTS / PROJECT MANAGERS

• Site safety officers / managers on temp or permanent basis
• Health and safety file's
• Sub-contractor Compliance and vendor management
• Integrated safety and quality management systems
• Site inspections and audits
• Investigations and incident management
• Medical surveillance
• Food safety audits and quality assurance
• Full legal compliance audits
• Assistance in preparations for external audits
• Formal and informal accredited training
• Full environmental audits and inspections
• Access to our extensive safety database
• Full risk assessments
• Procedures
• Legal compliance
• Project management

SECURITY METHODOLOGY

Purpose:
To lead, direct the implementation of Enterprise wide Risk Management for the organization, resources, assets and liabilities, ensuring that 'risk is appropriately managed, value is added and organizational objectives are achieved

Key Performance Areas:
• Develop and maintain Risk Management Strategy, Policy and Framework to define total Risk Portfolio
• Plan and conduct Risk and Vulnerability Assessments through best practice Methodology (reconnaissance, audits and available trends and statistics)
• Risk Monitoring and Reporting
• Insurance Portfolio Management
• Communication
• Compliance Strategies and Framework
• People Management
• Strategic / Operational Plan Implementation and Direction
• Budget Management
• Departmental Operational Plan
• Project Management, rollout plan and commissioning

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