Occupational Health and Safety (RMI4OHS) training special

Occupational Health & Safety is a hugely important aspect within every business. RMI4OHS is one the RMI’s valued added services (VAS) driven by CSRS, the RMI preferred service provider for training and compliance requirements. 

The CSRS offering includes group/individual face to face workshops as well as online training courses. CSRS offers advice and assistance to companies with a tailor-made package suitable to the retail motor industry.

Online Training:

  • Health & Safety Representative Training Part 1 & 2 = 15% off
  • Ergonomics Training = R 495.00 (usual price R650)

Monthly Subscription:

Sign up on a monthly package (online or in person) and get 15% off for 2 months.

Special valid until the end of June 2022. T&C’s Apply. All prices quoted excl VAT.

Contact: Peter Roodman. Office : 021 001 7600. Cell: 072 787 5503. e‑mail : peter@csrsza.com  Website : www.csrsza.com 

The Purpose of Workplace Health and Safety Compliance

Every company functioning in South Africa needs to legally comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act 85 of 1993, which regulates and outlines what is needed to acquire health and safety compliance. The main function of health and safety compliance is to ensure a safe working environment for everyone that may be affected by an organisation’s activities. The Occupational Health and Safety Act should not be seen as just another obstacle that is there to prevent you from conducting business, but as a tool to ensure that no one is harmed in the organisation pursuit of profit making.

The Purpose of OHS compliance in the workplace is that it equips employees with both the skill and ability to safeguard their own safety as well as those working around them. The most common definition of OHS compliance is that it means that one conforms to a rule. This can involve a specification, policy, a standard or a law.

Regulatory compliance describes the goals that businesses aspire to achieve to ensure that they are not only aware of, but take steps to comply with various relevant laws, policies, and regulations.

OHS compliance is an imperative and prevalent business concern. This is due to the number of regulations that require businesses to be vigilant in ensuring that a full understanding of regulatory compliance requirements is maintained.