Is it possible to become 100% compliant and what for?

Is it possible to become 100% compliant and what for?

Away from a collision course
As we spoke in our 12/09/2017 post, the oil and gas immediate savings motive has a potential for safety issues.  Here we will discuss the safety compliance options, and will outline an umbrella against major incidents and their implications. We start from a brief of the Australian Health and Safety legislation (if you are within, familiarizing with the below references is highly recommended). It could also be consistent with other countries safety management main principles - please check your local health and safety (H&S) legislation. The Australian top level enforceable safety law is the Workplace Health and Safety Act (WHS Act, 2011), which is the legal framework for penalty decisions. It is supplemented by WHS Regulations, which are State specific, but all follow the same base model with minor changes…
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Savings on staff explained in numbers

Savings on staff explained in numbers

Away from a collision course
Is your organization changing its staffing plan? Is there a voice that taking more graduates on board will be beneficial? Does it look like seniors (expensive and hardly manageable) are replaced by juniors (freshly thinking and self motivated)? This topic is coming up every noun again, and we decided to examine it in numbers from an organization capability standpoint. Assume a virtual engineering company which has 5 seniors and 5 juniors. This team currently does 100% of the monthly work and makes a gross monthly revenue of $150K average. The salary fund is 1/3 of this number and the seniors are paid twice more than juniors, thus we have the equation  5*2*x + 5*x = $50K, where from a junior gross salary is $3.300, and a senior is getting $6.600…
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