Opening alcohol sales will cause crime spike

May 28, 2020

The imminent end to the ban of alcohol sales has the security industry and medical fields prepping for the inevitable crime spike that will follow.  In normal times some 34,000 trauma cases arrive at emergency departments in South Africa every week. But one month into the national hard lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus, […]

COVID-19 workplace cleaning tips

May 20, 2020

Handling cleaning during infectious disease outbreaks is best managed by taking the time to set up processes and procedures, update training, and re-evaluate chemical selection and equipment.  Best practice for dealing with infectious outbreaks of any kind is to clean first, then sanitize and disinfect. Microbiologists agree that if we clean and remove up to […]

Guarding the future of your business

May 19, 2020

The world is heaving a collective sigh of impatience to get back to work and get the wheels if commerce rolling again.  Leadership will have to guard against the temptation to resume business as usual. The workplace has changed and we will have to adapt or die.  According to  lmc123.com, these are the biggest challenges […]

Agility is the gold standard in safety

May 19, 2020

Never before has corporate agility been as important as it is now. Lofty corporate structures that require copious lengths of red tape look set to become a thing of the past. Those companies that have been able to respond swiftly when COVID-19 hit reset, are the very organisations that will flourish beyond lockdown. They exemplify […]

What is good health and well being in lockdown?

May 13, 2020

We’re all guilty of indulging in too much screen time during lockdown. Ironically, too much blue light and time in front of our screens only serves to exacerbate our anxiety and according to studies on screen time and sleep, screentime before bedtime may leave people feeling groggy in the morning. Cell phones, computers and TVs […]