SIZA Environmental third-party audits are not a pass/fail exercise but rather a process to measure a suppliers’ compliance against the SIZA Environmental Standard, in order to identify areas on the site which are non-compliant and that require corrective actions and improvement. As more and more markets are requesting Environmental audits to be conducted, it is […]

Did you know that as an employer, you need to keep records of payslips for at least three years? In line with Sectoral Determination 13 (SD13), there are a few important aspects when it comes to the information concerning payment.

All businesses should have an adequate Emergency Preparedness and Response Plan or Emergency Action Plans (EAP). This procedure/plan should facilitate the actions that must be taken by workers during a workplace emergency.

The Occupational Health and Safety Act is very clear in its guidelines that not only does the employer have a responsibility to protect the employees’ health and safety, but the employee also has a responsibility to use and treat equipment and protective clothing with care.

Due to several findings raised by third-party audit firms recently, it has come under SIZA’s attention that there are still businesses who do not pay the minimum wage rate per hour, specifically because they use a piece-rate system.