RiskCom S.A.

RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd is an Accredited Training provider, Specialising in Occupational Health & Saf

(Pty) Ltd specializes in quality Occupational Health
and Safety Training, Accredited by the HWSeta (HW592PA05000120)
and Auditing systems based on OHSAS 180001. The RiskCom Group also specializes as a Consultancy in Health and Safety and relevant Regulatory subjects affecting Industry (all sectors), Road Works Safety (Flagment & Radio Control), Construction (all sectors). Our edge is our experti

Operating as usual


We have academy's in the following areas in South Africa:

- RiskCom Gauteng in Drie Riviere,Vereeniging
- RiskCom Mpumalanga, Secunda
- RiskCom Northern Cape, Bloemfontein
- RiskCom Pretoria, Pretoria
- RiskCom Overberg, Hermanus
- RiskCom Eastern Cape, Port Elizabeth,General
- RiskCom Western Cape, Bellville
- RiskCom George, George.
- RiskCom Kalahari, Postmasburg
- RiskCom Goldfield, Johannesburg

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As the year comes to an end, it’s time to step outside your comfort zone and look to the future. Start 2022 by building the skills needed to embrace new possibilities with Riskcom.

Start your online course TODAY!


RiskCom – Specialists in Occupational Health and Safety Services, Training, Consulting and Audits 20/08/2020

RiskCom – Specialists in Occupational Health and Safety Services, Training, Consulting and Audits

Looking for a Job? – Soek jy werk?

RiskCom will help to qualify you for work in Construction or any work environment.

RiskCom sal jou help om te kwalifiseer vir werk in Konstruksie of enige ander werks omgewing.

Do training in your office or computer at home via RiskCom E-learning much cheaper than classroom training. You will get the same information and the same certificate.

Doen jou opleiding in jou kantoor op rekenaar by jou huis via RiskCom E-learning, baie goedkoper as klaskamer opleiding.

Jy kry dieselfde inligting en dieselfde serfifikaat.

Just contact [email protected] to get your form for enrolment and your link to start training. Cost per subject start at R380.00 to R580.00 VAT excluded.

Kontak [email protected] vir jou inskrywings vorm en “link” om te begin. Koste per vak begin by R380.00 tot R580.00 BTW uitgesluit.

You can also do the HasPrac (Health and Safety Practitioner) course via E-learning for less than R5,550.00 excluding VAT.

Visit our web pages www.riskcom.co.za and click on E-learning to see all the available subjects.

Do not hesitate just get yourself qualified.

RiskCom – Specialists in Occupational Health and Safety Services, Training, Consulting and Audits


RiskCom E-learning : Training at low cost

RiskCom E-learning now active and learners can go to www.riskcom.co.za click on E-learning click on subject and at the bottom below subject click on “Book Course” or send e-mail to [email protected] with your name, surname, Identity Nr and the name of the subject and we will create and account for you and will enrol you as learner for the chosen subject.
Note that we are adding subjects on a weekly basis, now available is the following:
- COVID-19 Awareness
- COVID-19 Return to work management
- Legal Liability
- Working at Heights

RiskCom plan to do accredited training also from this platform.
Always contact [email protected] for all your training needs.



From the middle of May 2020 you will now be able to do your Health and Safety training via the RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd E-learning program on your laptop, computer or even smartphone. Contact [email protected] or for more information [email protected].


E-Learning Health and Safety Short Courses and Qualifications
As indicated by the Minister of Higher Education and Training distant learning or e-learning will be the new way of training in the future. Considering this RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd employed an E-learning Group to prepare our business for the future. Subjects will become available from the end of 1st week in May 2020. The first two subjects COVID-19 Awareness and COVID-19 Return-to-Work Preparedness Management followed by Work at Heights and Legal Liability.
Learners will be able to choose a Health and Safety subjects from a list Short Courses and a list of Qualifications, pay for the subject on the system, get a link and do their training on the system. Learners will in the case of qualifications pay separately for each subject. We will now start bringing the training to you on your laptop, computer or cell phone.
RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd is now one of the few legitimate companies Accredited by the HWSeta HW592PA0500129 and the Quality Council for Trades and Qualifications (QCTO) in the Western Cape QCTOSDP1228/19/00140, Gauteng QCTOSDP00180816-1263 and Mpumalanga QCTOSDP00180816-1259.
Important before training is to establish the company’s accreditation and official status defined by law. Note a fair warning do not make use of “Fly-by-Nights” it will cost you or your company dearly.
Contact RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd for all your training needs on our contact list www.riskcom.co.za or for more information [email protected] .


Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act of 1993 in governing workplaces in relation to Corona virus Disease 2019 COVID–19.
The OHSAct read with the Hazardous Biological Agents Regulations requires the employer to provide and maintain as far as is reasonably practicable a working environment that is safe and without risks to the health of employees.
“Section 8(2)(b) requires steps such as may be reasonably practicable to eliminate or mitigate any hazard or potential hazard before resorting to personal protective equipment (PPE). However, in the case of COVID–19, a combination of controls is required, although the main principle is to follow the hierarchy of controls.
Hierarchy of Controls focuses on the need for employers to implement the following:
• Engineering controls - isolating employees from work-related hazards, installing high-efficiency air filters, increasing ventilation rates in the work environment and installing physical barriers such as face shields to provide ventilation.
• Administrative controls – these controls require action by the employee and employer. Examples of administrative controls include: encouraging sick workers to stay at home; minimizing contact among workers, clients and customers by replacing face-to-face meetings with virtual communications e.g. conference calls, Skype, etc.; minimising the number of workers on site at any given time e.g. rotation or shift work; discontinuing nonessential local travel; developing emergency communications plans, including a task team for answering workers' concerns and internet-based communications, if feasible, providing workers with up-to-date education and training on COVID-19 risk factors and protective behaviours (e.g. cough etiquette and care of PPE); training workers who need to use protective clothing and equipment on how to put it on, use/wear it and take it off correctly, including in the context of their current and potential duties.
• Safe Work Practices – these include procedures for safe and proper work used to reduce the duration, frequency, or intensity of exposure to a hazard. Provide resources and a work environment that promotes personal hygiene. For example, no-touch refuse bins, hand soap, alcohol-based hand rubs containing at least 70 percent alcohol, disinfectants, and disposable towels for workers to clean their hands and their work surfaces, regular hand washing or using of alcohol-based hand rubs, and display hand washing signs in restrooms.
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – while engineering and administrative controls are considered more effective in minimizing exposure to SARS-CoV-2, PPE may also be needed to prevent certain exposures. Examples of PPE include: gloves, goggles, face shields, face masks, aprons, coats, overalls, hair and shoe covers and respiratory protection, when appropriate.
“However, before the implementation of control measures, current risk assessments need to be reviewed and updated, taking into account the new hazards posed by exposure to COVID-19 in the workplace. This is in accordance with Section 8 (2) (d) of the OHS Act".
Employers who have not prepared for pandemic events to prepare themselves and their workers as far in advance as possible of potentially worsening outbreak conditions. Important is that employers to “go back to basics" by conducting hazard identification and risk assessment to determine the level of risk exposure and communicate to all workers.
Note that in terms of the General Safety Regulations 2(5) “an employer shall instruct his employees in the proper use, maintenance and limitations of the safety equipment and facilities provided”. Corona viruses are a group of viruses that cause diseases in mammals and birds. In humans, corona viruses cause respiratory tract infections in nose, sinuses or upper throat. Symptoms of the virus include fever, cough, and shortness of breath.


Training the COVID 19 way.

Since COVID 19 we had to change our way of living, the standard pattern of human behaviour have been affected and is now forcing businesses to adapt and implement certain changes in their own working environment.

The Management of RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd took notice of these changes and accepted that in the future in South Africa and the world the wearing of face masks will become the norm wherever people congregate.

Considering the above, the following will apply at all times, now and in the future at RiskCom offices or wherever Health and Safety training is done:
- All training sessions will include and start off with a short summary regarding personal and occupational hygiene and possibly the regulations in the Disaster Management Act and Regulations related to COVID 19 and other serious diseases;
- Face masks will be worn at all times during training sessions;
- Offices, Toilets, Kitchens and Training rooms will be kept clean and tables and desktops will be sanitized constantly;
- Hand sanitizers will available and used at all times;

For all your training needs contact your Regional Office of the RiskCom Group with contact detail on our web site www.riskcom.co.za or contact my office on e-mail [email protected] . We will make a difference.


Registration as College

Following our registration as a Private College with the Department of Higher Education and Training, RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd will in future be known as Edu Power Skills Academy (Pty) Ltd. RiskCom S.A. (Pty) Ltd and RiskCom RCCT Gauteng (Pty) Ltd also recently obtained full accreditation with QCTO (Quality Council for Trades and Occupations).


The Future of First Aid training - update 3

In terms of this update the compliance in lieu of accreditation with the Quality Assurance Bodies (QCTO) is extended until 31 March 2020 provided that First Aid Training Providers submit the applications for accreditation with the Quality Assurance Bodies (QCTO) on or before the 30 April 2019. Only providers accredited with the QCTO will be allowed to do First Aid training. Note that this training will be on a Level 5 meaning that learners will have to be in class for 5 days, write exams at an approved AQP (Assessment Quality Partner) site under supervision of members from the office of QCTO (Quality Council for Trade and Occupation).

Photos from RiskCom S.A.'s post 02/11/2018

RiskCom Wester Cape has limited seats left for the following Training:

Basic Health and Safety 12 November
Incident Investigation 13 November
Manouvre Materials by Hand 14 November

Call us on: 082 299 5530 to reserve your seat!
LG09, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Bellville


RiskCom Western Cape
The ultimate Safety Service Provider since 1997
We are here to train you. From Basic First Aid to Legal Liability
Call us on: 082 299 5530
LG09, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Bellville, Western Cape


Make Health and Safety your priority!

Photos from RiskCom S.A.'s post 31/10/2018

RiskCom Western Cape Training schedule:

9 November: Confined Spaces (R1090-00 Excl VAT)
12 November: Basic Health and Safety (R780-00 Excl VAT)
13 November: Incident Investigation (R1180-00 Excl VAT)
14 November: HIRA (R1180-00 Excl VAT)
15 November: Manoeuvre Materials (Stacking and Storage) (R880-00 Excl VAT)

Contact details: 082 299 5530
Address: LG09, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Bellville, Western Cape


RiskCom Western Cape:

First Aid - Level 1 training
Date: 5 - 6 November 2018
Address: LG09, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Bellville, Western Cape
Duration: 2 days
Price: R720-00 (excl VAT) per person
Call us on: 082 299 5530

RiskCom Western Cape "The ultimate Safety Provider"

(We offer over 49 Health and Safety courses. Over and above the 49 courses that we offer, please note that we also have 23 courses that is acredited with the Health and Welfare SITA aligned with the SAQA unit standards, should acredited training be required.)


Don't miss our Incident Investigation Training on:
2 November, RiskCom Western Cape (Nobel Park Shopping Centre)
Price: R1180-00 (Excl VAT) per person
Contact us today on: 082 299 5530 to book your seat


RiskCom Western Cape
For all your Health and Safety Training, contact us on:
082 299 5530
or visit us at:
LG09, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Bellville, Western Cape

We offer over 49 Courses
See you soon


NO safety! KNOW pain..


The key to safety is in your hands!

RiskCom Western Cape. Let us help you

Contact us on: 082 299 5530
or come to our office at: LG09, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Bellville, Western Cape


RiskCom Western Cape
Come do your First Aid Course at RiskCom Bellville

contact us for more information on: 082 299 5530

Learn CPR. Save a life. You will be glad you did


Is your work place a safe place??

Call us for all your Health and Safety Training today and don't delay:
Call us to reserve your seat: 082 299 5530
RiskCom Western Cape situated in: Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Office LG09, Bellville
The Ultimate Safety Service Provider

Photos from RiskCom S.A.'s post 24/10/2018

RiskCom Western Cape is offering the following Training for November:

2 November - Incident Investigation (1 day)
5 & 6 November - First Aid: Level 1 (2 days)
7 November - Fire Fighting (1 day)

Call us on: 082 299 5530 to book your seat

Interview with SACPCMP 08/08/2018

Interview with SACPCMP

Interview with SACPCMP We spoke to Jimmy Modise the Executive: Project and Construction Management at SACPCMP about some of the issues raised by our audiences with regards to the SACPCMP.


August Public training:

7/8/ 2018 - Fire Extinguisher handing
R720.00 p/person (excl vat)
15-16/8/ 2018 - First Aid Level 1
R720.00 p/person (excl vat)
20-21/8/2018 - Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (H.I.R.A)
R1, 180.00 p/person (excl vat)
22-24/8/ 2018 - HWSeta Accredited Incident Investigation
R2, 550.00 p/person (excl vat)
30/8/ 2018 - Manual handling materials
R880.00 p/person (excl vat)

BOOK your seat NOW!!!

Email: [email protected]
Call / Whatsapp: 0822995530


Health and safety in construction is not a matter to be taken lightly. In fact, health and safety needs to be front of mind in every aspect of construction at all times.The construction industry is prone to many hazards and accident potential. Construction materials, tools, machinery and handling techniques all come with their own dangers. The main types of accidents which cause death or serious injury on construction sites include falls, incidents with site vehicles, collapsing materials and contact with overhead power lines.

4 Reasons Why Construction Management Is Necessary 22/07/2018

4 Reasons Why Construction Management Is Necessary

4 Reasons Why Construction Management Is Necessary Being able to manage the full scope of the work being done is integral to its ultimate success. Discover 4 Reasons Why Construction Management Is Necessary

Photos from RiskCom S.A.'s post 06/07/2018

Hi All, with Unit Standard training valid for another 5 years, lets recap on what Unit Standard training are!





Office LG09, Nobel Park, Old Paarl Road
Cape Town

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 16:00
Thursday 09:00 - 16:00
Friday 09:00 - 13:00

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