Occupational Health & Safety Training:
Health & Safety Induction – ALL employees require this training – 11 February 2020 Tuesday / 09:00Am – 12:30Pm
Fire Prevention & Protection Training for ALL employees – 12 February 2020 Wednesday / 09:00Am – 12:30Pm
Health & Safety Representative Training for ALL Senior OR Decision making employees(Needs Health & Safety Induction 1st) – 13 February 2020 Thursday / 09:00Am – 12:30Pm
ALL CSRS existing monthly contracted clients train at NO COST
If you are NOT a CSRS Client & would like to send employees for training, please see the attached cash price list.
KWAZULU NATAL REGIONAL OFFICE (Durban)
Unit 3A, 3rd Floor, The Ridge, Torsvale Office Park, 8 Torsvale Crescent, Umhlanga, 4319
Each Learner Must Bring:
- A Copy Of their Identity Document
- Learner Application Form completed(Attached)
RSVP!! Please Note that Bookings are Essential otherwise we cannot Guarantee a Seat!!
KZN Training Week Dates to be diarised
- 10 February 2020
- 06 April 2020
- 01 June 2020
- 27 July 2020
- 21 September 2020
- 16 November 2020
- 11 January 2021
072 787 5503
(C)0866 33 58 51
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The Willys-Overland Company, which brought America the Jeep, celebrated its golden anniversary. The original design for an all-terrain troop transport vehicle–featuring four-wheel drive, masked fender-mount headlights, and a rifle rack under the dash, was submitted to the U.S. Armed Forces by the American Bantam Car Company in 1939. The Army loved Bantam’s design, but the production contract was ultimately given to Willys-Overland on the basis of its similar design and superior production capabilities. Mass production of the Willys Jeep began after the U.S. declaration of war in 1941. By 1945, 600,000 Jeeps had rolled off the assembly lines and onto battlefields in Asia, Africa, and Europe. The name “Jeep” is supposedly derived from the Army’s request to car manufacturers to develop a “General Purpose” vehicle. “Gee Pee” turned to “Jeep” somewhere along the battle lines.
Ford in a press release to the Detroit News announced they were building a new model, with a revolutionary new 8 cylinder V-shaped engine. The V8 went on display the following month in 14 body types at prices ranging from $460-$650. In the 65 hp engine, two banks of four cylinders each were cast in a single piece with the crankcase, and the cylinders were set at an angle of 90°.