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Active Reactive

Active Reactive You get different types of measures and they usually cover a large range. Usually these measures are considered active or reactive and can be used in conjunction with the other areas previously discussed: Qualitative (descriptive, less precise). Quantitative (factual information, more accurate). Objective (non-biased). Subjective (opinion based). ACTIVE Audits (internal

Quality lighting

Quality lighting Bad lighting in the workplace can cause headaches, irritation to the eyes, eye dryness, blurry vision as well as eye strains. It can also cause various safety issues in the workplace, which at the end of the day decreases productivity. If your workplace has good lighting, it will make all

Operating a forklift

Operating a forklift The only staff members who should be allowed to operate a forklift, are those who has been trained properly and those who holds a forklift operator license. The appropriate PPE must be worn when operating a forklift, it usually consists of a hard hat, high visibility jacket and safety

What is a Health and Safety File?

What is a Health and Safety File? Health and safety file are a record of information focusing on the management of health and safety on projects for contractors. If implemented, it serves as protection against criminal liability and proves your level of compliance with regards to the Occupational Health & Safety Act

Fire Emergency Procedure

Fire Emergency Procedure Action on Discovering a Fire in a Building: Do not panic. Stay calm Immediately sound the fire alarm Leave the building by the nearest exit and close all doors [if possible] and assemble at the nearest gathering point. ONLY attempt

Emergency Evacuation

Emergency Evacuation Nothing is more important than emergency evacuation, find below 7 important steps to take into consideration with regards to a evacuation: When a building is in use, always ensure that the emergency exit door are able to be opened from the inside at all times. Any and

Cooking With Oil

Cooking With Oil Many people use oils when cooking meat, poultry, and veggies. To prevent injury: To avoid splashing, which can lead to minor burns, heat oil slowly. When putting your food into the pot or pan, do so slowly so the oil doesn't splash. Watch food that's on the stove or in

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