A Snouted Cobra showing off an impressive hood.
Our Market Researcher, Jiaqi Sun, has put together research to provide an overview of commonly-used risk assessment approaches and processes to manage hazard, operational and strategic risks. Over the next series of blogs, we will drill down into:
Almost there, and this is the last active step you’ll take when it comes to rolling out your health and safety training. Today we’re talking evaluation. And why is it so important?
Yesterday, seven were confirmed dead as the result of a fire in the City York building in the Johannesburg CBD. One of the victims died when he jumped from the burning building. Four people who were stuck on the roof were thankfully saved, as well as fifty other people. Investigations are underway, but as of now, the cause is unknown.
Topics: Fire safety
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Staying safe isn’t restricted to indoors, within the confines of a building. You have to manage your risk wherever you go. In a country like South Africa, with thriving wildlife, it is not uncommon to be confronted with a potentially dangerous animal. Which is why today we offer tips for recognising the most common snakes in South Africa.