The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) has confirmed that the South African Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (Saiosh) is the recognised professional body for Occupational Health and Safety in South Africa. Saiosh was approved by SAQA as a Professional Body for the purpose of the NQF Act, Act 67 of 2008
The recognition certificate was handed to Saiosh at the 8th SAQA Forum Meeting held on 31 March 2016 at the Bytes Conference Centre in Gauteng,
In terms of Section 13(1)(i)(ii) of the NQF Act the following professional designations were registered for Saiosh:
- Technical Member – TechSaiosh
- Graduate Member – GradSaiosh
- Chartered Member – CMSaiosh
Every day there are accidents on our roads. The type of accidents could be a vehicle to vehicle crash, a rollover or hitting a solid object. There may be fatalities or serious injuries. Investigators want to know what caused the accident and there are multiple choices to choose from. Causes such as driving under the influence, excessive speed, tiredness, lack of skill or overloading, are a few examples.
A speaker at a number of Saiosh conferences and a qualified investigator in his field, Craig Proctor Parker, considered the effect of underinflated tyres. His study asked the question along the lines of “Are there visible signs from an underinflated tyre that could warn a driver of a potential disaster waiting to happen?”
Craig, from Accident Specialists, has written a report of a project he conducted to test the question.The battle in preventing accidents is to understand the basic cause or causes.
Download and read the full report: Underinflated tyre case study report
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