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The Safety Health and Environment Campus Association of South Africa is a platform for SHE professionals in tertiary institutions to communicate and share ideas, expertise, knowledge and experience. Find out more about SHECASA:

Vision

To be the platform for sustainable relationships and standards of excellence in occupational health, safety and environmental management at Tertiary Education Institutions

Mission

Actively facilitate and promote networking, sharing of ideas, expertise, knowledge, research and experience towards excellence in SHE management by SHE practitioners at Tertiary Education Institutions

Objectives

SHECASA exists primarily to:

  • Promote exchange of information on health, safety and environment between SHE Professionals in tertiary institutions
  • Optimise solutions to common problems and concerns by circulating particular expertise, experience and knowledge on health, safety and environment between SHE Professionals working in tertiary institutions.

Functions:

SHECASA will further its objectives by:

  • Providing opportunities for the exchange of information on health, safety and environment between SHE Professionals;
  • Disseminating and harnessing particular expertise, experience and knowledge on health, safety and environment between SHE professionals in national and international tertiary institutions;
  • Arranging congress/symposia/conferences and making comment on any aspect regarding the management of occupational health, safety and environmental risks that impacts on tertiary institutions;
  • Promoting and sharing opportunities for the development and training of members and their respective staff;
  • Investigating and negotiating benefits with regards to SHE products and services;
  • Providing representation at educational authorities and government bodies, specifically the Department of Education and Department of Labour, for SHE Professionals working in tertiary institutions and regular  liaison with national university management forums and structures;
  • Liaising and establishing affiliations, where possible, with national and international associations and organisations with similar objectives.

The Safety Health and Environment Campus Association of South Africa is a platform for SHE professionals in tertiary institutions to communicate and share ideas, expertise, knowledge and experience. Find out more about SHECASA:

Vision

To be the platform for sustainable relationships and standards of excellence in occupational health, safety and environmental management at Tertiary Education Institutions

Mission

Actively facilitate and promote networking, sharing of ideas, expertise, knowledge, research and experience towards excellence in SHE management by SHE practitioners at Tertiary Education Institutions

Objectives

SHECASA exists primarily to:

  • Promote exchange of information on health, safety and environment between SHE Professionals in tertiary institutions
  • Optimise solutions to common problems and concerns by circulating particular expertise, experience and knowledge on health, safety and environment between SHE Professionals working in tertiary institutions.

Functions:

SHECASA will further its objectives by:

  • Providing opportunities for the exchange of information on health, safety and environment between SHE Professionals;
  • Disseminating and harnessing particular expertise, experience and knowledge on health, safety and environment between SHE professionals in national and international tertiary institutions;
  • Arranging congress/symposia/conferences and making comment on any aspect regarding the management of occupational health, safety and environmental risks that impacts on tertiary institutions;
  • Promoting and sharing opportunities for the development and training of members and their respective staff;
  • Investigating and negotiating benefits with regards to SHE products and services;
  • Providing representation at educational authorities and government bodies, specifically the Department of Education and Department of Labour, for SHE Professionals working in tertiary institutions and regular  liaison with national university management forums and structures;
  • Liaising and establishing affiliations, where possible, with national and international associations and organisations with similar objectives.


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