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10 tips to avoid a smash-and-grab Written by My Office News on 4th September 2018. Posted in Crime Alert.

Published May 10, 2022, by Shakira Venter

A smash-and-grab incident plays on the elements of speed and surprise. The opportunists usually smash through the car window on the passenger side while the car is stationary or stuck in slow moving traffic. The sudden shock causes a few moments of silent paralysis for the motorists and this gives them just enough time to grab something of value like a jacket, handbag or a laptop before they flee the scene.

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When Fire Extinguishers Expire Article taken: SM Training

Published May 10, 2022, by Shakira Venter

Fire extinguishers are often only “good” for a certain amount of time. While they may not have a set expiration date, they do need to be tested frequently to ensure that the contents are still functioning properly and the cannister itself isn’t damaged.

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New Covid Rules for Workplaces in South Africa – and what it means for vaccine mandates Article taken: Saiosh

Published May 10, 2022, by Shakira Venter

The Department of Employment and Labour has listed SARS CoV2 (Covid-19) as a group 3 hazardous biological agent (HBA) under South Africa’s Hazardous Biological Agents regulations, which has important implications for employers and businesses in South Africa, say experts at legal firm Bowmans.

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Labour Court rules - refusing access for employees

Published May 3, 2022, by Shakira Venter

Article taken: Brentwood Employment relations specialist

Labour Court rules that refusing access for non-vaccinated employees is acceptable, and that if they test weekly, the employer is not obliged to pay.

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