Your business is a living thing and should have these 5 senses
Aug05

Your business is a living thing and should have these 5 senses

Every business is a living thing and ideally should outlive its founder – but this is not always the case. Many have unsustainable processes and constantly run at a loss and one day it just gives up the ghost. Many businesses especially in Nigeria do not understand the need for Health and Safety – I have heard many say Safety is for Oil and Gas companies and they fail to realise that this way of thinking affects their...

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Communication at work: 3 tips for developing a hazard communication program
Mar16

Communication at work: 3 tips for developing a hazard communication program

Communication at work: 3 tips for developing a hazard communication plan Every worker is exposed to one or more hazards in the workplace no matter how safe your workplace appears to be. For example, Cleaners are exposed to chemicals, office workers are exposed to slips, trips and falls and Musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs), electricians are obviously exposed to electric shocks and fires, caterers to burns and fires, call centre workers...

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Accident Prevention: the why and the how
Mar05

Accident Prevention: the why and the how

Bob is 18 years old. It’s Bob’s first week on his job picking ang packing at a manufacturing company. They have a large warehouse where many of their products are stocked but they lack enough hands to do the many tasks they face. Bob has not received any training since starting this job. His employers say they will book him onto the next available training. His supervisor has been too busy to show him the ropes. Bob has...

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