EOH Legal Services consists of a group of attorneys and advocates, specialising in the delivery of corporate legal services. Our customers include unlisted and listed South African entities, tertiary institutions, national governmental departments, state owned entities (SOE’s), mining houses and steel manufacturers.
We offer a complete suite of legal expertise designed and developed over time to specifically comply with the legal needs of any corporate or public enterprise. Services are provided on an exclusive basis or by means of its outsourced model. Both models for service delivery ensure an immediate and continuous availability and accessibility to our legal services
Although saving on legal spend remains an important consideration in the legal service delivery by EOH, a further value proposition lies in our ability to offer a team of experienced experts to deal with any legal matter in a short turnaround time by providing legal knowledge, skills and expertise in an ever-changing legal landscape to our clients.
Department of Water and Sanitation Tightens Water Taps
The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) published an instruction to all Irrigation Boards and Water Users Associations (WUA) to inform their members to install water measuring devices for water taken for irrigation purposes, and to monitor compliance with the Water Taking Regulations published on 17 February 2017. Water users are required to submit the measuring records to the WUA or DWS on a monthly basis. A failure to comply with the instruction may lead to a fine or imprisonment for a period not exceeding five years.
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Proposed waste stream exclusions published for comment
Proposed regulations to exclude the following waste streams from the definition of waste under the National Environmental Management: Waste Act has been published: slag from metallurgical processes; ash from combustion and gasification processes; gypsum from pulp, paper and cardboard production and processing, and combustion and gasification processes; and biomass waste streams. Contact us for more information on how these regulations may affect your business. (email@example.com) or (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Draft Conservation Agriculture Policy Published for comment
The Minister for Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF), has published the draft Agriculture Conservation Policy for comment on or before 8 April 2018. Conservation agriculture have three key characteristics: minimal mechanical soil disturbance; maintenance of a mulch of organic matter covering and feeding the soil; and rotations or sequences and associations of crops. Workshops on the Policy will take place between February 2018 and April 2018. For more information contact Morné Viljoen at email@example.com
EOH Legal Services assists in achieving legally compliant workplaces by offering a variety of public and private training sessions for individuals and organisations. View our latest training schedule and classes below.
This course is intended for all team leaders/supervisors/managers who should know the requirements of the Occupational Health and Safety Act and the consequences of non-compliance.
- 30 July – 02 August 2018
Provide an overview to management of the basic requirements of an incapacity/poor work performance (which may be due to ill health or otherwise).
- 30 July 2018
International ISO Training Accreditation
EOH Legal Services is an official SILVER TRAINING PARTNER of the Professional Evaluation & Certification Board (PECB).
PECB is a certification body for persons, management systems, and products on a wide range of international standards. As a global provider of training, examination, audit, and certification services, PECB offers its expertise on multiple fields including but not limited to Information Security, IT, Business Continuity, Service Management, Quality Management Systems, Risk & Management, Health, Safety, and Environment. For more information, please visit www.pecb.com
The above question proves very topical in South Africa currently. The perceptions are that land expropriation is not good for the economy, amongst others. What we need to remember is that land expropriation without compensation is (and should always be) regarded as...