Safety at work is a shared responsibility. What does the law say about that? An overview of the essential players in a safety policy.
Professional drivers holding a C or D driving licence must prove their professional competence. How can these drivers obtain and keep this certificate and what are the exceptions?
By taking a smart approach to your safety communication, you create a safe, pleasant corporate culture. Expert Iris Vanstraelen shares her tips.
It is important to emphasise safety when welcoming new employees. What is the best way to handle this? Expert Natascha Vandewalle has some tips.
The new General Regulations for Electrical Installations (GREI) will come into effect on 1 June 2020. Find out about the most important changes.
A final safety check before you start (maintenance) work. It’s a piece of cake with the LMRA safety procedure. But how do you do that?
How do you, as an employer, organise telecommuting? Use these handy precautions to create a professional, inspiring home office for your employees.
A certificate of fitness to drive certifies that drivers are physically and mentally fit to drive a motor vehicle. Who needs such a certificate?
What can you, as an employer, do to promote safety on your construction site? Who offers support? And who are the inspection authorities?
Restorative sleep is crucial to getting through the working day in a concentrated and active way. American and European studies show that tired employees are up to 55% less productive and 20% more absent than their well-rested colleagues. Sleep-deprived workers are also more likely to have an accident at work. High time for a wake-up call!