In the dynamic landscape of corporate operations, companies are increasingly recognizing the importance of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a cornerstone of sustainable business practices. Saint-Gobain, a global leader in light and sustainable construction,stands out for its unwavering commitment to corporate responsibility in the communities it operates in.
The construction industry has long been characterized as a male-dominated field, with women historically underrepresented in all aspects of this sector. However, in recent years, significant progress has been made in breaking down gender barriers and increasing the presence of women in construction. This shift has had a profound effect on the industry, leading to greater diversity, improved productivity, and a more inclusive work environment.
Annually over 1 billion builders globally are exposed to hazardous substances during their working hours, including fumes, dust, pollutants, and vapours, according to the International Labour Organisation. They also face additional risks by working at extreme heights and managing machinery to handle heavy materials and equipment, which make it essential for companies within this industry to protect the health, safety and well-being of their employees.
An extraordinary hotel setting a new standard in luxury travel with nothing quite like it in the Cape Town city skyline. The Grain Silo Hotel, with its unusual glass-bubble façade, is a towering landmark in the heart of the V&A Waterfront. The cylindrical silos have been converted into a functional
Originally located in the centre Cape Town’s City Bowl, Netcare Christiaan Barnard Memorial Hospital (CBMH) is one of the city’s oldest private hospitals. With 248 beds, 11 theatres and 110 medical doctors and specialists in addition to cardiocatherisation laboratories and other facilities.