Deon Binneman to speak at the AIG Casualty Recall Seminar in Cape Town
I will be the keynote speaker at the AIG Casualty Recall seminar to be held at Century City, Cape Town on the 29th August. The title of my presentation: “How to Plan for and Manage a Product Recall Crisis”. This is a follow-on of the successful seminars held in Johannesburg and Pretoria late last year.
Recalls are costly, time consuming and can damage reputation severely. Read this for more information.
I will facilitate an OHASA workshop for Health & Safety Representatives in Welkom on the 5th June.
||June 5, 2014
||9.00 - 15.00
||Health & Safety Training for Representatives
027 11 6752210
Goldfields Mall, Welkom
||Cnr Stateway & Buiten Streets
Welkom, Free State
||Click here to register.
I have been training Health & Safety to Senior management and Health & safety representatives for the past 18 years on behalf of a company called Scott Safe. This is something I feel passionate about. It fits directly into Employee Stakeholder Engagement.
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