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How King IV differs from King III

Posted by NOSA on Feb 6, 2017 11:00:00 AM

Today we further unpack the differences between King IV and King III. So let’s dive in.

A quick recap

As discussed in What are the key features of King IV?, the application or adoption of the principles is assumed in King IV.

 The fundamental philosophy and concepts of King III won’t change, so companies will therefore continue following King III as it stands. King IV will also aim to be simpler, and easier to interpret and access. One of the ways to achieve this will be by clearly differentiating principles from practice recommendations. Principles will be stated as higher order objectives.

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Topics: News and Opinions, legal compliance, King IV

Former coal baron’s conviction upheld on appeal

Posted by NOSA on Jan 30, 2017 10:00:00 AM

 

It’s good to see that the law is standing firm when it comes to enforcing penalties – and punishment – for health and safety violations. This is certainly the case in Delaware in the United States, where former coal baron Donald Blankenship will stay in jail after an appeals court upheld his conviction for flouting mine-safety laws.

The self-named ‘political prisoner’ was unable to identify any reversible errors in his 2016 trial, where he was charged with ignoring safety rules at Massey Energy’s Upper Big Branch (UBB) mine.

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Topics: legal compliance, CEO, Mining, Fatalities in the workplace

Significant HSEQ Legal Updates and Development

Posted by Hanno Marais on Nov 10, 2016 11:00:00 AM

Recently NOSA hosted a successful safety forum in Brits, South Africa. Attendees were lucky enough to sit in on presentations given by our leaders in occupational risk management. 

Four industry experts were given the opportunity to present on topics - educating, advising and guiding attendees on the importance of legal compliance within a workplace as well as food safety services, fire safety services and general products and services NOSA has to offer as a company.

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Topics: work safety, Risk management, legal compliance

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