Safety Tips & Articles Feedback

 

 

“Yebo baba”: Your emails always keep me going and make me want to do more in my field of safety. Thank you, thank you and thank you.

Norman Thela, Transnet

 

“I am no longer full time employed in the safety field. Having said that, I honestly enjoy your safety e-mails and you have never failed to amaze me with your brilliant ideas. So, this is simply a few lines to say; Well done!  Keep it up!  I enjoy it!

Des Meyer, Road To SHEQ

 

I greatly appreciate the exciting safety tips and I do share them with my line managers and staff as well at all times.

Rhulani Mathebula, Maintenance Manager

 

The implementation of your safety tips has resulted in a significant reduction in safety incidents. Thank you for your valuable contribution.

Cecil Cordiglia, Safety Officer

 

Thank you for the Safety Tips … they are timeless, one can use them over and over again.

Henk van der Kuip, SHERQ Manager

 

I am truly inspired by your passion for safety, keep up the exceptional work in leading us as safety professionals in our endeavour to attain Zero Harm at work and at home.

Peter Granville May, Senior Advisor Fire Risk and Emergency Management

 

I have always found your articles very informative / interesting !  Please continue to send them to me !

Keith Westermeyer

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SAFETY CULTURE & SAFETY PERFORMANCE Series

Re: Do Not Disturb the Crime (Accident) Scene

… It is always a pleasure to hear from you. It is amazing how you link everyday issues with safety, simply perfect. I am learning so much from you.

Kekeletso Selepe

Re: Your Safety Dream

What I was reading … is simple, interesting and implementable.

Tiyani Hlabangwane, Exec Manager: Safety

Re: The Rot Starts at the Top

Baie insigewend. Ek stuur dit met plesier aan … BRING IT ON!

Attie Pieterse

This is wow information regarding safety at work … Continue to preach it my friend.

Patrick Bhiya, “Zero Harm” Ambassador

I forwarded your latest newsletter to my Director, appointed MR for Health & Safety, Mr. Clive Reucassel, and he has printed some of the info on your download and is extremely impressed.

Theo Fourie, SHEQ Manager

Re: Discipline and Passion in Safety

I just wish to extend my utmost appreciation for all of the information that you are sharing with me. Your recent article on discipline is very much an issue that I face here with regards to safety compliance. We have a major problem with self-discipline, and discipline in general. … Keep sending them, and I will keep sharing the message.

Darryl Baillie, SHE Facilitator

I found your approach quite interesting and believe this is the approach of the future.

Kreason Naicker

Re: The Hidden Power of Good Housekeeping

Keep up your safety tips and hints. I enjoy acting on them and have previous ones on file.

Gertie de Meyer

Re: 10 Myths About Safety

… It is great to receive diverse approaches especially from experienced and knowledgeable professionals …

Kreason Naicker

Your thoughts and views about safety are so encouraging and will surely improve the safety performance of my people that I’m working with.

Addy Simelane

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DO ONE (SAFETY) THING EACH MONTH Series

Re: Is This A Circus?

… useful tips … indeed appreciated.

Letlatsa Tseka, Snr Safety Advisor

Re: Going to Waste

You keep on surprising me with your amazing selection and broad spectrum of topics & safety subjects …

Hans T, “passionate about nature”

Re: Safety Calendar

Keep up the excellent work you are doing.

Theo C Haupt, Director: Building Construction Science

Thank you for the excellent monthly newsletter. For starters I used the Safety number. It really worked for me. Thank you, thank you, thank you and looking forward to more good safety newsletters in 2012.

Tia Mbazima, Integrated Risk

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SAFETY ON A SHOESTRING BUDGET Series

Re: Progress

Amen to this tip.

The story [Change Just in Time] is very good … Info is very relevant to what we are experiencing at the moment. Some of the suggestions you make I have introduced or reinstated again.

Dalene Smith, TSHE Manager

Re: Problems

You have inspired me. You gave me a new dimension to Health & Safety.

Cecil Cordiglia, Safety Officer

“Our Breadwinners arrive at work with all their limbs.
My aim is to ensure they go home with all their limbs, every day.”

Re: Preparation

Thank you for the valuable tip.

Being proactive and implementing the tips you have provided, I have been able to conduct Health & Safety on the current site without as much as a first aid case being recorded.

The main principle I have adopted from one of your meetings was: Health & Safety must come from the heart to the head. This is the principle that can never fail.

Your information if applied, can prevent incidents as your topics place you one step ahead in the proactive approach being adopted.

Cecil Cordiglia, Safety Officer

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OTHER

Re: Pay Back the Money

As always I admire your out of the box thinking and inspiring safety articles. These keep one thinking and put things into perspective.

Xolile Myoyo, SHE Manager

Re: SAFETY FEVER! – Let Nature Guide You

You could not have said it better. I really enjoy your editions and it is value added to our projects.

Frans Durand, Safety Manager

… very true message.

Pieter Ferreira, BU SHE Manager Operations

… always good to read your articles!

Boyan Tomic, Divisional Manager

I have been receiving your newletter now for a few years and have never responded. This does not man that I do not appreciate your thoughts and communications. Your Spring Fever triggered me into wanting to say ‘Keep up the good work’

Delene Sheasby, OHS Practitioner, Assessor and Facilitator

Re: GUPTA

Very inspiring.

Happy Nkgadima

Brilliant!

Silondiwe Nene

Excellent observation and reaction.

Alain d Woolf

I like your tips and approach to safety.

Bruce Moyo

I wish to thank … you for including my name in your distribution list.

It is indeed hugely appreciated. It boggles my mind of how quick you managed to adapt the recent GUPTA roadshow to leadership? I am in no doubt (having attended your speeches in the past) that you are a genius when it comes to motivating people. Keep up the good work and keep them coming.

Letlatsa Tseka

Re: Safety Message

It is always a pleasure to receive inspiring messages from you and as the best safety GURU. I take so much from you and relay the messages to my team and it helps. Looking forward to the next safety tip from you.

Kekeletso Selepe

Re: Under The Knife

Thank you for the inspiring messages. Very motivating indeed and with a practical example.

Makwena Mashaba

Re: World Safety Day 2012 Reminder

I really find your safety tips very helpful in the working environment where we need to constantly focus on safety in the workplace.

Anlie Smith

Re: It’s My Mistake

This is invaluable!

Theo C Haupt, Director: Building Construction Science

[This] actually means a lot to me as I’m thinking of buying myself a Motorbike to go to work with. Safety is definitely something I will have to think a lot about, and getting the correct PPE!

Cameron Gray, Assistant Engineer

… Fascinated by your article and circulated to all my line Management.

Gertie de Meyer

We all tend to look for someone to blame when things go wrong. This is human nature – it is in our genes. When Adam was confronted by God he blamed Eve and Eve blamed the snake – so blame fixing is as old as mankind. The hardest thing is to look at the three fingers pointing bank to you when you point one towards someone else.

Thanks once again for your very encouraging newsletters.

Theo Fourie, SHEQ Manager

Re: How To Eat An Elephant

I wish I had this approach when I started to implement systems (14001, 18001). Because of over optimistic deadlines and pressure from management, the short cuts taken to achieve the deadlines are still biting us!

Juno, D & R Manager

Re: What Is On Your Calendar?

I always link you to Safety.

Ricky du Preez

Having seen your work at Coalsafe and having interacted with you when I hosted the Tweefontein Roadshow, I feel privileged to be included on your mailing list.

Pravin Chetty, General Manager

Thanks for taking care of us.

Thomson Cupertea

Thank you for your regular safety topics and information.

Rudy Raath, Mine Manager

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