Construction Health and Safety
Construction Regulations 8 (5) mandates that each employer have a full-time or part-time Construction Health and Safety Professional on each project, based on the scope, risk, and the discretion of an inspector.
A Construction Health and Safety Professional must be registered with the SACPCMP (South African Council for Project and Construction Management Professions).
Our consultants are required to demonstrate competency to the minimum of the following requirements to ensure that we support our clients in compliance with Health and Safety requirements.
The following outlines the minimum qualifications required of Construction Health and Safety Professionals on construction sites:
Mining Health and Safety
In accordance with the Mining Health and Safety Act and the specifications of the specific mine, employers (where required) are required to hire a full-time or part-time Health and Safety Professional depending on the size, risk, and discretion of the inspector.
To help our clients, comply with Health and Safety regulations, our consultants must demonstrate competency in the following areas. As a Mining Health and Safety Professional, you must possess the following minimum competencies:
Industrial / Production Health and Safety
To ensure a safe working environment, it is the employer's responsibility to provide and maintain a Health and Safety Professional on every project in accordance with section 8 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
The professional must be found competent in some of the following components of a Health and Safety Management System to ensure compliance for the employer.
We ensure that our consultants prove competency to the minimum of the following requirements to ensure we assist the client in compliance with Health and Safety on their relevant projects.
Listed below are the minimum competencies required to work as a Health and Safety Professional on a site or project: