The Association aims to improve the Safety impact in South Africa through information sharing, creating structured qualification frameworks and adopting industry best practices for consistent improvement of safety performance throughout industry. AMSPSA aims to educate its members on safety matters by considering and discussing everything affecting the professional interests of its members.Continue reading →
The Association for Construction Health and Safety Management (ACHASM) is a registered non-profit company and a recognized SACPCMP Voluntary Association (VA), established to provide all those working in the Construction Health and Safety (CHS) field with an advisory and representative body.
ACHASM is committed to promoting the professional interest of CHS Practitioners within the Built Environment, in terms of the Construction Regulations (2014).Continue reading →
The SA Institute of Occupational Safety and Health is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO) which is committed to the prevention and reduction of work place incidents and accidents in South Africa. Saiosh is doing this by promoting Occupational Health and Safety Management and Practices among its members and stake holders at large.Continue reading →
The broad functions or purpose of the Council are to conclude collective agreements for the local government sector and enforce such collective agreements and to provide a dispute resolution function for the local government sector. This bargaining council is a registered government bargaining council. The SALGBC is established voluntarily in terms of the Labour Relations Act, by agreement between the employer organization (SALGA) and trade unions parties (IMATU and SAMWU). This agreement is contained in the Council’s Constitution (a collective agreement), which is the fundamental governing instrument that regulates the relationship between the employer organization and the trade union parties, to be read in conjunction with the Labour Relations Act.Continue reading →
The South African Flameproof Association is a non profit body, and is an association of companies involved in explosion prevention/protection techniques for equipment used in hazardous atmospheres in industry and mining.Continue reading →
The main objectives of the South African Electrical Fence Installers Association (SAEFI), are as follows:
To attract members of the fence installation industry, and to represent its member’s in the promotion and advancement of their interests within the fencing industry.
To promote the advancement of the knowledge and skills of its member’s and the fence installation profession.
To promote Health & Safety issues within the industry.Continue reading →
The SA First Aid League (SAFAL) – also known as Die Suid-Afrikaanse Noodhulpliga – was established in April 1935 with the purpose of providing first aid training to the community at large. This service was extended to include provision of first aid assistance at sport and other community activities.Continue reading →
Fire fighting has grown, developing through the years, guided by SAESI into a professional discipline many are proud to call their own through our emergency service training. The united voice of SAESI is proud to have, through the years, successfully guided and developed the industry into the giant it has become today through the use of effective emergency service training.Continue reading →
Ensuring quality and safety in healthcare in South Africa. The Office of Health Standards Compliance (OHSC) is an independent body established in terms of the National Health Amendment Act of 2013 to ensure that both public and private health establishments in South Africa comply with the required health standards.Continue reading →
Mining Industry Occupational Safety and Health (MOSH) was established in 2003 to focus on the adoption of leading practices to address health and safety concerns and accelerate the progress towards achieving zero harm.Continue reading →