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Over the years, the approach and attitude of health and safety professionals has shifted in the way they manage their clients and employers. Traditionally, the role was perceived by some as pointing out shortcomings and failings, quoting relevant laws being breached and offering little in the way of support or advice on how to overcome these challenges.

With the announcement of two heavy weights to head the World Heart Federation, comes a renewed vow to combat cardiovascular disease globally; and South Africa has an important role to play.

In a highly scientific field, the smallest variation in protocol could lead to the making
of a toxic product. Good Manufacturing Practices are utilised by responsible
manufacturers to ensure the safety of their products.

Poor levels of safety at construction sites continue to place workers at
unnecessary risk. Phillip Verwey, a health and safety specialist, talks about
the impact of the revised construction regulations on business.

The Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) has re-developed their IWMSA Recognised Waste Management Training Programme and will be launching the new curriculum in September 2015.

The professional waste management industry has been taken to the next level by the Institute of Waste Management of Southern Africa (IWMSA) who has launched their first NQF Level 4 accredited waste management training course in Southern Africa.

On average two construction workers die every week. The aim of the revised construction regulations is to place legal responsibilities on all key stakeholders in the construction industry to address and radically improve health and safety. Phillip Verwey, a health and safety specialist, talks about the impact of the amended regulations.

The Department of Social Development will host a Social Work Indaba from 24 - 26 March in Durban to tackle challenges facing the profession.

Does the thought of sitting in front of a PC all day bore you? If you love being outdoors a career in horticulture and landscaping could be the answer.

This year World No Tobacco Day the Heart and Stroke Foundation SA is
encouraging South Africans to quit smoking and reminding them that tobacco
use is the single most preventable cause of death globally.

17 May is World Hypertension Day and the Heart and Stroke Foundation SA is
reminding South Africans that high blood pressure puts them at risk of life-
threatening medical conditions like heart disease and stroke.

Primary school girls from nine to 12 years will be immunised against the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which causes cervical cancer. This initiative will ensure that women from an early age can fight the risk of cervical cancer.

Teaching children to recycle is a big part of creating a green economy. The
Aerosol Recycling Initiative (ARI) aims to create awareness about recycling
aerosol cans through an exciting new video.

Few people know that by walking briskly for only 30 minutes five times a
week, they can increase their life expectancy and vastly reduce their chances
of developing heart disease, says the Heart and Stroke Foundation South
Africa.

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