A seminar on Major Hazard Installation (MHI) was on Thursday told about the importance of all facilities holding Hazardous Chemicals Substances in large quantities to notify local authorities as well as the Department of Labour about their profiles.
Rachel Aphane, Specialist for Major Hazard Installation in the Department of Labour, was speaking at the MHI event organised by the department in Polokwane, attended by over 100 stakeholders from organised business, local authorities and members of the public.
http://www.salabournews.co.za/index.php/component/content/article/70-labour-news/23374-mid-morning-roundup-of-labour-news-on-friday-6-march-2015.html In our Friday roundup, see summaries of our selection of South African labour- related stories that have appeared since mid-morning on Wednesday, 4 March 2015. VAVI’S FATECosatu gives Vavi last chance to explain himselfBDLive reports that the leaders of labour federation Cosatu on Thursday told general secretary Zwelinzima Vavi he had one more chance to explain himself […]
The Commissioners Indaba, attended by over three hundred (300) CCMA Commissioners is an annual event on the CCMA calendar and provides an opportunity for the continuous professional development of CCMA Commissioners. The theme for this year’s Indaba is ‘The equitable workplace – a pipedream or the next wave?’ This years Indaba will be held in Durban Kwa-Zulu Natal as the Elangeni Hotel on Thursday and Friday 4th & 5th December 2014.
Labour Deputy Minister iNkosi Phathekile Holomisa will on Thursday (04 December 2014) launch a new service channel to the citizens of Richards Bay and surrounding areas where citizens can register as work-seekers, search employment and training opportunities provided by employers.
In addition to providing service to the job search, the self-help kiosk will also allow citizens to apply for their unemployment benefits online and also access the services of the Compensation Fund.