Well known for leading brands such as Tanalith, Antiblu, Wolmanized, Vacsol, Weatherwood and Tanalised, Lonza Wood Protection is the world leader in wood protection products.
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BlackBoy Shopfitters
Turnkey shopfitters from design to handing over the keys. We have our own aluminium, steel, wood and glass divisions. BlackBoy has in-house plumbers, electricians, tilers, painters, drywall and ceiling installers. We report to, or, you if you so wish, use our own project managers We use CNC Wood and CNC Metal computerized equipment BlackBoy has its own in-house Spray booths, Powder coating section is under construction. Nationally operating for both international and local companies. BlackBoy deals directly with Mall Officials, Health and Safety, HVAC, Fire Protection, council submissions etc.. Covered by Contractors All Risks and WCA and other related Insurances. Industry beating After-Sales warranties and service makes us tops.
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The Aggregate and Sand Producers Association of Southern Africa (ASPASA) is a voluntary membership, private sector producers association.
Saint-Gobain Ecophon
Saint-Gobain Ecophon develops, manufactures and markets acoustic products and systems that contribute to a good working environment.
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today14 Aug 2012
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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.
today2 Feb 2018

Noise affects hospital care

When studying historic noise data from research in hospitals across the world, it was found that not one hospital complied with WHO guidelines. The average sound pressure levels were 60 decibels during the night and 70 decibels during the day.
today23 Feb 2014

Health and safety under the spotlight

The Southern Africa Readymix Association (SARMA) will be hosting a series of intensive 1-day workshops across the country to assist companies in the readymix and related industries to comply with the ever-more onerous legislation surrounding the health and safety of employees in the workplace.
today13 Jun 2017

Victaulic offers cost benefits to commercial building sector

Signs that the recovery in the South African office sector is becoming increasingly fragile should alert developers to place even more emphasis on avoiding unnecessary costs during the building, expansion or maintenance of office buildings.