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What does OHS means?

Occupational safety and health (OSH), also commonly referred to as occupational health and safety (OHS), occupational health, or workplace health and safety (WHS), is a multidisciplinary field concerned with the safety, health, and welfare of people at work.

Who needs to comply to the OHS Act 85 of 1993?

The OHS Act seeks to protect the health, safety and welfare of employees and other people at work. It also aims to ensure that the health and safety of the public is not put at risk by work activities


What is the importance of OHS?

It is the duty and responsibility of an employer to make sure that the place is safe. OHS can help in reducing the illness, accidents and other situations making sure that your employees are healthy and safe to work five days a week. Protect your employees to protect the company!

What does the law say:

Section 8 Duties of employers:

One of the most important sections of the Act and successful implementation of it will ensure that the company has dealt with and addressed most of its requirements. The responsibility of employers to provide a safe working environment that is without risk to the health and safety of its employees is very clear. This section also encourages employers to evaluate working areas and carry out risk assessments and regular Health and Safety inspections. The employer must evaluate all work, activities and systems of work that could present potential risks for and to the company’s employees. This section also directs employers to provide and establish precautionary measures and systems to prevent workplace injuries. This section also mentions “supervision”. The appointed Health and Safety Supervisor carries out the role of supervision, as well as representing the employer and management at Health and Safety Committee meetings and in an overall Health and Safety capacity.

OHS Services at Compliance Hub:

  • ​Creating OHS system according to your companies scope of work

  • Assisting you to implement your OHS system

  • Health and Safety Compliance Audit according to the OHS Act 85 of 1993

  • Health and Safety Risk Assessment

  • Health and Safety Inspection of your company

  • Supplying of Health and safety wall Act’s:

  1. Basic Conditions of Employment Act

  2. Employment Equity Act

  3. Occupational Health and Safety Act

  4. Skills Development Act.

  5. Injury and Disease Act

  6. Labour Relations Act

  7. Tobacco Act

  • Supplying of Health and Safety signs

  • Supplying of Factory standard and office standard first Aid boxes and refill kits

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