Industrial, Manufacturing, Retail and Commercial Consulting Services

GSRC Management develops, implements and maintains Safety, Health, Environmental and Quality (SHEQ) Programs for any type of business in any field. From start-up to established companies, we will ensure that you don’t just meet your SHEQ goals, but exceed them.
We customize our systems to provide a tailored package for your business to ensure that legal compliance is met (as a bare minimum), but mostly to improve the bottom line performance of your business overall. Our interventions assist our clients in establishing a proactive system for ensuring that implied authority, due diligence and the moral obligations of our clients are met.
The systems that we develop into our clients businesses become a living and breathing, dynamic, efficient system that contributes to the overall success of the operation and business at large.
Our experienced and knowledgeable team of consultants ensure that, through a process of training, consultation, audits and assessments, our clients have a world class SHEQ system that can be taken through to Third Party assessment and certification.
We provide support and develop practical and cost-effective solutions to businesses, from short-term assistance to long-term management projects.

Our Interventions include, but are not limited to:
  1. Development of a company specific Health and Safety Policy;
  2. Organograms;
  3. HIRA - Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment;
  4. Developing a baseline risk assessment with controls and mitigating procedures;
  5. Conducting task specific risk assessment for at risk activities which will establish Safe Work Procedures;
  6. Legal compliance assessment;
  7. Legal Liability Training with Management and Supervisors;
  8. Appoint and train all legally required as well as system required, personnel;
  9. Conducting fire assessments so that the company can obtain compliance certificate from an accredited body;
  1. Development of emergency procedures and plans;
  2. Implementation of equipment and facilities registers;
  3. Implementation of mandatory health and safety agreements;
  4. Development of a safety induction program for all staff, contractors and visitors to the premises;
  5. Implementation of an approved suppliers list and screening program;
  6. Establishment of SHEQ forums, such as the Health and Safety Committees, investigation teams etc.
  7. OH&S training as well as quality and environmental training;
  8. Maintenance of the system through periodic interventions such as audits and inspections;
  9. Statistical management and analysis;
  10. Monthly reports on overall SHE system performance.