Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Association Safety Checks

Members are reminded that the difference between full and ordinary membership is that full members are entitled to a listing on and are also able to make use of the Association’s branding. If you are not a full member, in order to become one a mandatory safety check has to be done on your premises or site.

The message that I want to convey is that the safety check really is an essential yet straight forward process and I have no doubt that the majority of members who haven’t yet been checked, will pass it with relative ease.

If you would like to undergo the Association’s free safety check in order to become a full member, please contact Elishya in our Occupational Health & Safety department who will happily answer any questions you may have, and will also schedule a time with you. I encourage you to get it done.

For some background information as to why it is necessary, follow link to ‘Reasoning behind Mandatory Safety Checks’.

Ernest Roper
Regional Manager Durban


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