Safety Files Page

What Is a Safety File?

Every contractor and sub-contractor is required by the Occupational Health and Safety Act (No. 85 of 1993) and the Construction Regulations: 2014 to have a health and safety file, which must be available at all times.

What Does South African Law Say?

The length of these courses may vary from a few hours to two weeks or one-year courses. Various courses may be coupled in order to form a more intense course covering a wider aspect of the Act.

Our Health & Safety Files

We supply files to comply with the new Construction Regulations of 2014.
Our file will be compiled according to the contractor’s scope of work and the client’s health and safety specifications.

These files protects the employer from criminal liability and proves compliance with the Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations
What Does South African Law Say About a Health and Safety File?

The Occupational Health and Safety Act (No. 85 of 1993) and Construction Regulations: 2014 state the following:

Construction Regulation 5(1)(s): The client must ensure that the health and safety file contemplated in regulation 7(1)(b) is kept and maintained by the principal contractor;

Our Health & Safety Files

The file contains all legal documentation, including legal appointments, registers, toolbox talks, etc. Our consultants will assist with implementation on-site and explain how to maintain it.

We will draft a site-specific Health and Safety Plan, as well as ensure that the client approves the plan; we will assist the contractor if any changes are required.

Fall Protection Plan – IWH-Registered Person Will Compile the FPP

Legal Appointment With Proof of Training

Incident Reporting and Investigation Procedures and Documents

Incident Reports (General Administrative Regulation 9 (3) – Annexure 1)

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