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Managing your compliance records according to legislation
Have you ever wondered how long your need to keep your compliance records? We have put together some guidelines according to legislation - so make sure you tick the boxes!
HACCP is Basic
Why food safety you may ask? Well, we can explain the urgency and motivation for food safety management systems (FSMS) very easily - it's a matter of life and death. We need food manufacturers as well as regulatory authorities to plan and regulate the food safety of food products
The Basics of Lockout/Tagout Compliance - Part 1
In part 1 of a two-part series about lockout/tagout compliance, the author examines the importance of lockout/tagout and the components of an effective program.
Lockout/tagout Programs falling short in Food Industry
Although this article highlights statistics from the USA, the concerns are valid in the South African food industry too. This should make you think and having you reaching for your safety file to ensure you have a lock out procedure.
ISO 9001:2015: Avoiding nonconformities during the transition
The anticipated release later this year of the revised version of ISO 9001:2015—“Quality management systems—Requirements,” has many organizations asking what the revision will mean for them.
What's in your safety file?
What information do you need in your safety file? Here’s a handy checklist developed by the experts
OHS Systems - Why on earth do we need them?
If you read our article on the documentation you should have enough in place to demonstrate due diligence and compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act, and you might be wondering why on earth would you need to do anything more, but ...
Discover the legislation that related to mushroom growing, canning, slicing, packing and exporting in South Africa.
Diabetes Toolbox Talk
This month is national diabetes month. Need a toolbox talk to highlight the seriousness of the condition at work? Here we go.
10 Steps to health and safety - Part 2
In the first part of this article we helped you with identifying risks and training your employees. Learn more in the next 5 steps.
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