Working with electrical installations involves risks. This includes things like overheating, fire, or electric shocks when touched. Therefore, only employees with a BA4 or BA5 certificate may perform work with or on installations. You draw up this legally required certificate yourself. Here’s how to do that.
Here’s a challenge: find someone who has never had the flu. Having trouble finding that person? No surprise really.
You can hire students to fill in jobs during the summer months. Follow those five rules of thumb to make sure their holiday job will be an enriching and safe experience.
A noise measurement lets you map where noise poses a risk for the health of your employees. Health and Safety Officer Davy Vanspauwen explains the methods used.
Since 1 September, we can return to work after more than a year of working at home. How to organise the work, with respect to the safety and well-being of employees and clients?
It is very important to tend to employees’ psychosocial needs and/or difficulties upon their physical return to work.
Environmental crime or violation… does it matter? Yes, because these are fundamentally different. This is also true with respect to the consequences for your organisation.
We have created a handy checklist to make the implementation of all preventive measures easy to understand for professionals in the hospitality sector.