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today8 Mar 2011
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SAQA certification for GMBA safety graduates

The Gauteng Master Builders Association’s (GMBA’s) 2010 intake of Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) cadets will be the first to qualify with the SAQA-registered (South African Qualifications Authority) National Certificate: Construction Health and Safety NQF Level 3, which was registered in March 2010. The students will graduated last month, February 2011.
today16 May 2011

GMBA training supports the building industry

Graduates of the Gauteng Master Builders Association’s (GMBA’s) 2010 Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) training were the first to qualify with the SAQA-registered National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety, which is registered at NQF Level 3.
today4 Apr 2018

Range of vinyl floors make sustainability sense

Graduates of the Gauteng Master Builders Association’s (GMBA’s) 2010 Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) training were the first to qualify with the SAQA-registered National Certificate in Construction Health and Safety, which is registered at NQF Level 3.
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.
today5 Aug 2009

GMBA Health and Safety training

The training scheme for Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) construction site personnel run by the Gauteng Master Builders Association (GMBA) is progressing well, according to Doug Michell, the GMBA's HSE Officer. Initiated to address the serious shortage of HSE personnel, the eight-month training scheme kicked off in February 2009 with an intake of 21 students.