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.
Too much noise in the office significantly cuts down on employee productivity. Fortunately, there are all kinds of ways to reduce this annoyance.
Good air quality at work is crucial for healthy and productive employees. Yet, the majority of Belgian workers find it inadequate.
White, grey, or black absenteeism? Motivation, organisational context, working relationships, and ‘workability’ are decisive in the decision whether or not to stay at home.
Absentee meetings are held to monitor absences, discover their underlying causes and to discourage employees from taking unnecessary sick leave.
Reintegration aided by VDAB: these measures help employees to return to work adapted to their abilities
During reintegration programmes, VDAB also provides support measures for employers and employees. Mensura listed these measures for you.
A solid safety culture is essential to reduce work-related accidents, especially at construction sites. The following four tips help you get started right away.
Construction workers have the highest risk of work-related accidents. Our expert exposes the causes and offers possible solutions.
1 March is National Compliment Day. Want to get better at giving heartfelt compliments? Here are some tips from Mensura.