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The workshop outlines the rights and duties of health and safety representatives in terms of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, 85 of 1993. On completion of this one day workshop delegates will have a thorough knowledge and understanding of their functions and responsibilities when identifying hazards and risks at the workplace, conducting regular inspections, assisting management with incident investigations and attending health and safety committee meetings.
Deadlock, dispute declaration, strike and lock-out action, be prepared. The negotiations will be conducted in a mostly uncompromising manner with both parties advising that certain demands are non-negotiable. It is anticipated that disputes will be declared early June 2017. This will then unlock the process that will allow for industry strike action to commence from early July 2017.
Well trained and empowered supervisors, team leaders and foremen play a important role in enabling companies to meet their performance enhancement and productivity objectives.
This two day workshop concentrates on the identification and understanding of the responsibilities of a team leader in in ensuring that organisational standards are met.
This half day workshop will cover the industry collective bargaining structure and process, the dos and don’ts of various types of employment relationships, such as labour brokers, limited duration contract workers, and other important conditions of employment as contained in the Main Agreement.
The interest in price indices and the importance of these indices has grown rapidly over the past couple of decades.
This workshop provides the knowledge and covers all the practical key elements of the current Seta reporting requirements in order to claim the Mandatory Grant including submission of the Workplace Skills Plan and Annual Training Report.
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