28
Mar

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The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: Interactions between Companies and Private Security

The Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Rights: Interactions between Companies and Private Security Where host governments are unable or unwilling to provide adequate security to protect a Company’s personnel or assets, it may be necessary to engage private security providers as a complement to public security. In this context, private security may have to…

13
Mar

0

The migration from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001

Migrating from OHSAS 18001 to the new International Standard ISO 45001 may have its challenges, but with careful planning, checking and commitment, organizations, their employees and all stakeholders will enjoy the benefits of improved health and safety management systems. Welcome to the world of health and safety, which, for many people, can invoke extreme reactions.…

22
Feb

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SkillsGrid helps measure the competency of employees

CAA is one of the selected few Consulting Enterprises who has access to a global leading system called the SkillsGrid. With this tool, we can within one (1) hour, conduct a total Skills Audit, whether it is 10 employees, 5 or 5000. This will also determine the competency of the employees and where the areas…

04
Sep

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Time is Money

By Xavier J Greyling (MCIPS, LLB) “Time is Money”: a well-known proverb to demonstrate that “…time is a valuable resource, therefore it’s better to do things as quickly as possible”. Since its first use by Benjamin Franklin in 1748, to explain to a tradesman his true loss if just sitting idly and not earning a…

26
May

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THE UPDATED COSO ERM FRAMEWORK: WHAT TO EXPECT AS INTERNAL AUDIT – Part 3

Background In the previous newsletter we explored updated COSO ERM framework and discussed the five interrelated components of Enterprise Risk Management. In this edition, and the last part of our discussion, we will further investigate the changes to the ERM framework and discuss the principles. The principles represent the fundamental concepts associated with each component.…

22
May

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CAA Global Accreditation by PECB

Now that you know we have been: Accredited by the SETA’s as an Accredited Provider under Accreditation No: 12236, endorsed by IRMSA, the AICP and the GTAIB acknowledged by Monash University a part of their Short Learning Programs (SLP). During May 2017, CAA has been accredited Internationally by the PECB. This partnership will ensure that…

25
Apr

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POPI and your Human Resource department

Anyone who still thinks that POPI or POPIA as named by the Information Regulator (IR) is not a reality, is opening themselves up for a huge surprise. This surprise will be one of the biggest strategic and operational risks on the Risk Register of any company within the next twelve (12) months. An, the department…

25
Apr

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Whispli FraudSec: Whistle Blowing Technology

CAA has always prided itself on being at the cutting-edge forefront of new developments in preventing and managing fraud and corruption. Our clients trust us to train and support them in the latest and newest techniques and strategies to ensure that we stay one step ahead in the challenging fraud environment. It is with this…

25
Apr

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Crest’s People Focus

CAA has been focussing on Risk Management, Internal Audit, Compliance, Business Continuity. We have recognised that there is one common denominator in the above scenario, People. People can have technical skills, but if they don’t have the correct mix of competency, skills, training and experience, Corporate Governance, on whatever level will be at risk. CAA…

25
Apr

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Monash University partners with CAA

Yes, you have read it correctly, another quality educational institution has partnered with CAA to bring you, our client, the best possible training and Education possible. CAA has been in discussions since early 2016 to be incorporated in the Monash Short Learning Programmes (SLP). Over 20 courses have been accepted to form part of the…

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