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    Ntende Bernardo E.
    AO
    Ntende Bernardo E.

    thanks to provide this course i really learn more about Safety and health in constrction

    Isaiah Adekusibe O.
    QA
    Isaiah Adekusibe O.

    i am through with the online free health and safety construction course and i cant access my certificate

    Kulani Abner N.
    ZA
    Kulani Abner N.

    Construction health and safety (H&S) has long been the focus of attention of many industry stakeholders and role players in South Africa, and while it is acknowledged that many industry associations and professional societies, contracting organisations and others have made significant efforts to improve H&S within the construction industry, overall construction H&S is not improving commensurately. Notably, construction continues to contribute a disproportionate number of fatalities and injuries relative to other industrial sectors, and there continues to be high levels of non-compliance with H&S legislation generally, and specifically the construction and other H&S Regulations in South Africa. Improving H&S in the construction industry therefore continues to remain a priority - including being a priority for the ci b. Against this context, the ci b has undertaken this report on the status of construction H&S in South Africa, so as to provide a context for the efforts and actions of industry stakeholders and role players in improving construction H&S. However, given that priorities change, in the medium to long term, H&S needs to be included as a value in the construction industry. Drawing on research findings, this report shows that at a legislative level, South Africa is not lacking in terms of H&S legislation. However, while the Construction Regulations have had an impact, the Construction Regulations need to be amended to promote optimum H&S throughout all phases of a project, in particular the concept, initiation and detailed design phases. The report also notes that enforcement of the Construction Regulations is inadequate and that the OH&S Inspectorate is understaffed and lacks the requisite construction expertise. Furthermore, there is a lack of comprehensive construction H&S statistics and the most recent statistics, available from the Compensation Commissioner, are for the year 1999 - and the Compensation Fund is perceived to be "dysfunctional".

    Kulani Abner N.
    ZA
    Kulani Abner N.

    i want certificate

    Miller J.
    GH
    Miller J.

    IS GOOD

    Emmanuel A.
    NG
    Emmanuel A.

    The course is simple and direct to the point.

    Omolara O.
    NG
    Omolara O.

    please has anyone written the assessments?

    Adejumo Aliyu O.
    QA
    Adejumo Aliyu O.

    very interesting

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