Category : OSH News

TRUCK DRIVERS AT RISK AS KENYA, UGANDA WORK TO RESOLVE...

A meeting between senior government officials from Kenya and Uganda resolved to open up the border and end a standoff that has seen...

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ILO issues guidance for safe, healthy, return to work...

Before returning to work, workers must be confident that they will not be exposed to undue risks... workers will need to cooperate...

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Safety Association to offer free awareness training...

The association recommends that all schools should be inspected and issued with a certificate of hygiene and safety before the schools...

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Effective Risk Management necessary in Geothermal...

There is a need for a proactive way of avoiding cases of illness, injury or death to workers in the geothermal industry due to unsafe...

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Proposed Bill to change regulatory framework for OSH

The bill also proposes the establishment of the Occupational Injury compensation Fund to address the compensation of occupational...

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Coronavirus fears Leads to Shortage of Face Masks

China is the world's leading maker of sanitary masks, and a number of suppliers have tripled their prices since January,

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Gold Miners Killed in Mine Collapse

The miners were prospecting gold in the area known for its rich mineral deposits when the mine collapsed, burying them alive.

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10 Injured at Olkaria V Geothermal Plant

The incident occurred during the ongoing commissioning of one of the newly installed units due to increased pressure in the system...

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New safety and health issues emerge as work changes

Currently, more than 374 million people are injured or made ill every year through work-related accidents.

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Mechanics die following Tyre Burst

The explosion from the tire killed the two mechanics on the spot and seriously injured four others who were nearby

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Former workers sue Tea Firm for WMSDs and other unsafe...

The claimants argue that had to walk at least half a kilometer carrying baskets full of tea leaves weighing up to 20 kilos to weighing...

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Quarry Worker killed in Explosives Blast

The explosive accidentally went off as it was being set up, killing the middle aged man on the spot.

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