The following elements form part of our SHEQ consulting, namely:
LEGAL COMPLIANCE AUDITS AND FIRE ASSISTANCE
All audits are in compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993, the Compensation for Occupational Injuries and Diseases Act 130 of 1993, the National Building Regulation SANS 10400 and the relevant bylaws.
The Audit Includes
The Audit Team
All our audit team members have more than 27 years’ experience in fire risk assessment, legal compliance audits at corporate and government facilities.
Advantage of Health & Safety Audits
LEGAL SYMBOLIC SIGNAGE ASSESSMENT
Fire and emergency evacuation signage are a critical part of any business and/or building emergency evacuation procedures. It is therefore important that these signs are placed in a logical and effective manner in line with current legislative requirements.
Symbolic safety signage assessments and the installation thereof are done according to the needs of the specific client. All signage must be in accordance with the South African National Standards 1185/6 – 1: 2015.
MONTHLY HEALTH & SAFETY RETAINERS AND SHE FILES
Frontline SHEQ offers monthly retainer contracts with contractors to assist them with full compliance to all SHEQ legislation. The retainer contract constitutes the following:
- Act as part-time SACPCMP-registered health & safety officers to clients.
- Compilation and maintenance of health & safety files.
- Review of fall protection plan and risk assessment monthly.
- Incident and accident management.
- Emergency preparedness.
- Induction & awareness sessions.
- Corrective action planning based on audit findings.
PLACEMENT OF SHEQ PRACTITIONERS
In terms of the Environmental Regulations for Workplaces 9, all companies must be prepared in case of any fire or emergency and it is paramount that an emergency team be convened to manage the process.
Frontline SHEQ can assist clients with the following:
- Compilation drawing of emergency evacuation and floor plans.
- Provision of emergency equipment e.g. loud hailer, reflective vest, mobile alarms and the relevant signage.
- Provide training to the emergency team.
- Facilitate the evacuation drills.
The following procedure must be followed when working with Asbestos-related products:
- The client/owner of the premises must appoint an Approved Inspection Authority (AIA) to identify all Asbestos-related material on site.
- The AIA to compile an Asbestos workplan and submit it to Department of Labour that will also be considered as the notification and approval.
- Only Asbestos Registered Contractors (ARC) must work or remove Asbestos-related products.
- The AIA must also do Asbestos monitoring during Asbestos work.
- All Asbestos-related products need to be disposed at an approved dumping site and the safe disposal certificate to be kept on site or with the ARC.
- The AIA must issue an Asbestos clearance certificate once all asbestos works have concluded.
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Frontline SHEQ can assist contractors to register as Asbestos Registered Contractors (ARC) with the Department of Labour.