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ASPASA - Aggregate & Sand Producers Association Of South Africa
The Aggregate and Sand Producers Association of Southern Africa (ASPASA) is a voluntary membership, private sector producers association.
Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA)
SARMA is a voluntary industry organisation that represents manufacturers, suppliers and stakeholders in the readymix concrete industry.
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today14 Aug 2012
verified_userSouthern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA)

GMBA extends health and safety support services

The Gauteng Master Builders Association (GMBA) is providing extended professional Health and Safety (H&S) support for members’ management teams.  Doug Michell, the GMBA HSE manager, says the extended service supports total implementation of H&S programmes for the benefit of the member companies as well as their employees. “An H&S programme can only be successful and provide the necessary benefits if appropriately implemented,” he emphasises. 
today11 Aug 2009

Safety in construction

The last week of July (as this edition of Specifier goes into production) is marked by government as National Construction Week and sees a series of activities taking place, coordinated by the Department of Public Works. In 2009, National Construction Week is intended to highlight the importance of the construction industry in job creation, job retention and the contribution it makes to South Africa's economic growth.
today10 May 2015

Ashrae on board for Frigair

For the first time ever, four Ashrae short courses will be presented at this year’s Frigair Expo 2015, taking place 3-5 June at Gallagher Convention Centre in Midrand.
today3 Sep 2018
verified_userSaint-Gobain Gyproc South Africa

Drywall installation augments hospital fit-out

Saint-Gobain Gyproc was contracted to stipulate product and fit-out specifications for the interior construction of the recently relocated Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital.
today11 Aug 2014

Oconbrick achieves two-year safety record

Over three million man-hours and more than 437 million bricks later, Oconbrick has notched up a two year without a ‘lost time injury’ record.