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Fatima Gabru

Multi-set point profile 
controller introduced to South Africa

1st May 2009 A multi-set point and multi-time point profile controller, the P91, which enables step functions for heating and cooling has been imported by Bartec Germany’s wholly owned South African subsidiary, Bartec Safety. 

Business needs to consider occupational safety - Safma

17th April 2009 A constant challenge faced by accredited fire and first-aid training provider South African Fire and Medical Academy (Safma) is that there are too many businesses that place production above fire and occupational risk to employees, says Safma director Mark Ackers 

Building regulations undergo final review

17th April 2009 Public comments on the draft revision of the South African Bureau of Standards (SABS) 0400, which is the Code of Practice for the application of the National Building Regulations, are currently under the last phases of review by SABS draft committee.  

Fire engineering services witness growing demand

17th April 2009 A growing demand for the services of the fire engineering division of multidisciplinary engineering group WSP Consulting Engineers SA has been bolstered by the employment of fire technician Steve Newman 

Quality not a compromise for the safety conscious

17th April 2009 While cheap imports do, from time to time, affect the business of global safety product manufacturer and supplier, MSA Africa, clients in the petrochemical industry, who value occupational safety, have not compromised on quality over price, MSA product manager Dharmesh Lakmidas comments. 

Gas company prides itself on occupational risk hazard

17th April 2009 Industrial gas manufacturing and supply company Air Products has conducted over three and a half years of incident free work time at its Kempton Park repackaging plant, the company's for industrial packaged gases production manager, Hein Brink, tells Engineering News. 

Safe, deep level mining at record-breaking levels

3rd April 2009 Gold miner AngloGold Ashanti is pioneering safe, deep level mining, with the announcement of its record breaking, below 3 777-m working depth at Mponeng mine in early February. 

Wastewater treatment works extension completed

27th March 2009 The liquid phase commissioning of the R170-million extension of the Waterval treatment plant successfully took place towards the end of 2008, diversified engineering company SSI Engineers and Environmental Consultant (SSI) water sector senior engineer Cliff Geddie tells Engineering News. 

Inadequate communication hampers infrastructure development

27th March 2009 There is insufficient integrated planning and effective communication between the governmental departments with a stake in the national sewage and effluent infrastructure, says voluntary association for independent consulting engineers Consulting Engineers South Africa (Cesa) CEO Graham Pirie. 

Low quality small sewage systems taint industry

27th March 2009 Cheap, badly designed small sewerage plants are tainting the small sewerage plant market, small sewage plant systems manufacturer Famsystems MD Juan Van Kerckhoven, tells Engineering News. 

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