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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.

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.

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.

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.

The statement by statistician-general Pali Lehohla that unhappiness is the
leading cause of hypertension is not only inaccurate; it creates a dangerous
illusion for South Africans.

The skills acquired by 270 professional nurses will help the Gauteng Health department
to achieve its vision of producing a better health care workforce and enable the
province and
nation to reduce the burden of HIV and TB, as more nurses will now administer ARVs.

Biodiversity management underpins the very essence of life as we know it. Biodiversity
professionals, therefore play a significant role in conserving and managing our
ecosystems and in ensuring a sustainable future for current and future generations.

The national health amendments are an important step in addressing what many
perceive to be large-scale failings in certain health establishments where care and
access to proper healthcare services is wholly deficient.

A new study on SA smoking is set to cause waves internationally due to its novel
research technique - and the detailed information it reveals about how smoking
increases the risk of contracting fatal diseases.

Job seekers have been warned not to pay anyone for jobs, as this is not a legitimate
way of gaining employment. This urgent message was delivered to the public after it
surfaced that a man was offering employment at Emergency Medical Services in
exchange for money.

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