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LEGAL AND MORAL OBLIGATIONS OF AN EMPLOYER

The health and safety of employees is regulated under the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993 (OHSA). The Act, read with the Regulations, imposes a general statutory duty on an employer to provide and maintain as is ‘reasonable practicable’, a working environment that is safe and without risk to the Health and Safety of employees, visitors, students and the general public.

Contact us for professional, cost-effective service, ensuring your compliance to Occupational Health and Safety. We are registered with the South African Occupational Institute of Safety and Health (SAOISH), WISA, Health Professionals Council and SETA.

 

 

Contact Person:  Heidi Lötter,or request a quote:

phone 071 877 8764

email info@ctohs.co.za

Services Overview

  • Legal compliance audits
  • Safety files
  • Safety signage
  • Risk assessments and hazard identification
  • Accident Investigation
  • Accredited Safety Training
  • Event safety
  • Safety specifications
  • Contractor audits
  • Induction programs
  • Fall Protection Planning
  • Safety & Emergency planning
  • Safety system:   Safety Appointments
  • Environmental safety
  • Food safety
  • DHET compliance
  • SAMBRA compliance

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Projects

  • Schools, Hostels, Universities, Wineries
  • Training institutes (DHET Audits)
  • Safety files
  • Construction site audits
  • Complexes – Body Corporates
  • Centres – shopping centres and malls
  • Electrical
  • Roofing
  • Waterproofing
  • Training: Health & Safety Representatives, Induction, Injury prevention, Incidents, Fire, etc.
  • Workshops
  • Evacuation, Emergency plans & Safety Management systems
  • PPE, Safety equipment
  • Compliance audits, Safety committees
  • Investigation of Injury on duty

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