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Published by Candace Bentel, 2018-11-14 08:11:14

Sappi InTouch 18_24

Sappi Head Of ce Internal Newsletter
My Story movie reminds us what’s important
They know the physical and emotional pain of being injured. They know that things can go horribly wrong in a split second.
The My Story Sappi safety movie that screened at Head Of ce last week brought a powerful message across: safety is non-negotiable. It is something we should be aware of always, everywhere.
Sharing their injury experiences openly and honestly, our seven colleagues from the SSA region prompted us to be more vigilant towards our own safety and that of others.
Lessons learnt by the movie’s seven safety warriors:
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1. Devan Ramsamy (Production Superintendent) suffered burn
wounds on 17% of his body after being burnt with acid:
“Never be complacent. I’ve learnt the importance of following procedures at all times. If there’s a problem, talk it through, instead of doing the wrong thing and getting hurt, or even worse, getting killed.”
2. Joshua Kistan’s (Will Cutter Operator) palm was cut open
after trying to apply tape to a sheet roll:
“It happened so quickly. I will never again underestimate the machinery I work with. I’m now far more cautious about my colleagues and my surroundings. I don’t want others to go through the same pain.”
3. André Nel (Engineering Hydraulic Fitter) sustained a
nasty cut to his hand after loading a huge tank on a forklift:
“Getting injured rst is the wrong way around to learn that you always need to be safe. Before doing any task, take a step
back and think about what needs to be done before rushing into it. If it’s not safe, rather get help or walk away.”
“Take nothing for granted. Especially when it comes to the isolation of machinery, always double check those isolations yourself and make sure it’s done correctly. If not, you could land up injured, disabled or even dead.”
“Don’t wait. Get serious about safety
right now, where you are. I share my story, because I don’t want others to rst face an incident before realising the importance of safety.”
6. Sipho Magubane (Management Forester) got caught in a
runaway veld re and ended up in hospital for almost two weeks:
“If your job requires you to wear proper PPE, do so at all times. I’m also very aware now of applying the safety principle of stopping and thinking before you act. It could save your life.”
7. Siphelele Mdakane (Land and Community Legal Counsel) was
injured in an accident at home when using a pressure cooker:
“Safety is for everyone, in all circumstances. We often take the impact of our daily chores at home for granted. We think accidents happen to others. I wish I could turn back the clock to stop, think and then act.”
4.
Mervin Liversage (Engineering
Fitter) had to have his hand and part of this arm amputated in an accident in the dryer section:
5.
Baryn Hulley (Chargehand
Operator) accidently dropped a scaffolding bar that bounced over the edge and fell on someone’s head down below:
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MY STORY ... shouldn’t be yours.
“I spent 7 days “I watched as my esh became “We were hit by a in ICU” detached from my body” burning furnace”
“I could have died that day”
Movie Screening
09 November 2018
Own safety. Share safety.
Oxford Room
Two show times: 11:00-12:00 or 13:30-14:30
Book your seat: [email protected] by 05 November Complimentary Popcorn!
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My Story continued . . .
Ready to enjoy the movie and learn... (from left) André Schoeman, Matshediso
Moshoeshoe, Candice Mahlare, Christinah Sibiya and Preston Mayhew. Aubrey Billings, Brenda Luthers, Siyanda Gama and Nomawethu Nkomo.
What you said about the movie:
Fumani Nkuna, Learning Manager
“At some point it was painful to watch, especially the emotional impact suffered by my colleagues and their respective families. However, I enjoyed the story-telling approach. It is relatable and real. It made me more conscious of the potential consequence of my actions and the need to observe the health and safety rules, even in my personal space.”
Thanessa Moodley, Administration Manager
“It was really an eye-opener for me. I felt so emotional to see the stories from Sappi’s own people. It made me realise that an accident can happen in a second, and that it can change your life, and the lives of your family forever.”
Nomawethu Nkomo, Assistant Tax Accountant
“The movie reminded me of all my own unsafe habits and how detrimental they can be. The core message I got from the movie was that safety is my responsibility... and it is vital at work and at home.”
Brighton Hlatshwayo, Steve Binnie, Baryn Hulley and Glen Pearce. Brighton and Baryn, Brighton Hlatshwayo, Samantha Johns, Baryn Hulley and Sipho Ngubane. both from Saiccor Mill, were responsible for the production of the movie.
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Life Saving Rules –
why do we need them?
We caught up with Regional Risk Services Manager Merten Jansen van Rensburg to nd out more.
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We are creating
wealth and value
The successful turnaround of Sappi’s business and the implementation of our strategy was recently recognised at the prestigious Sunday Times Business Times Top 100 Companies awards held in Johannesburg.
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Sappi nished second due to our strong nancial performance. We delivered a compound annual growth rate of 34% over the period from 2013 to 2018.
Capitec Bank delivered the highest return. Clicks was placed third.
“I was exceptionally proud to accept this award on behalf of everyone working at Sappi. It’s recognition for the tremendous effort each person has put in to deliver on our strategy and our 2020Vision. It was further con rmation that we are on the right path,” said Chief Executive Of cer Steve Binnie.
I look forward to the increase in value and wealth we will deliver from the investments currently underway and those recently concluded.
An annual growth rate of 34% from 2013 to 2018.
Sappi Learning:
Learn to write strong objectives
Want to know how to compile objectives with impact? One of the latest releases on Udemy is a new 33-minute course, across 13 lectures, on writing strong, metric- driven objectives and key results (ORKs).
Check it out and share it with your team, as many of us are in goal alignment/objective setting mode this time of the year.
Steve Binnie (CEO, Sappi Limited) receiving the runner-up award at the Sunday Times Business Times Top 100 Companies awards function.
Goal crushing: Write strong, metric- driven OKR’s
13 Lectures • 30mins • Beginner
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Let’s make this festive season memorable
Help us to spread some festive cheer by joining the Rosebank Head Of ce Employee charity drive.
14 November 2018
From 15 November
to 14 December 2018 we will be collecting old and new blankets, non- perishable food items and pet food for various charities. Drop off points will be provided on each oor.
Thank you that we can count on your support!
Annual Charity Drive
Help vulnerable children, families in need and shelter animals by donating:
• New or old blankets
• Non-perishable food items and
• Dog, cat and bird food
Collection starts 15 November ends 14 December 2018.
Summit Financial Wellness presents:
15 November 2018 | Oxford Room | 11:00-12:00
Join the presentation and nd out...
• What Summit’s goals are
• Their vision at Sappi Head Of ce, and
• How to make the most of your bonus.
How to get the best out of your bonus and more
FREE GIFT: First 30 attendees will receive a piggy bank
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Sappi among industry- rst to
deploy SAP Sidecar
Sappi was somewhat of a slow starter at adopting SAP technology. We embraced this tool in the late 1990s, some 20 years after SAP was introduced. For the past two decades however, we have been loyal consumers of SAP systems.
In fact, nowadays we can claim our leadership in digital transformation. Globally, we deployed the latest version of SAP Business Suite for HANA (S4 HANA), thus enabling us to adopt newer technologies in the Cloud Applications space. This enables us to operate nimbler within this arena.
SAP Sidecar
In doing so, certain features enabling our business processes in the Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene functional area, had to be shifted from the classic SAP ECC system to a new home, the SAP HR system. In the SAP industry this is referred to as a ‘Sidecar’.
As the name suggests, this SAP system sits alongside the SAP digital core S4 HANA system. Whilst SAP recommends that this nature of build takes anywhere between one and one-and-a-half years to deploy, our team executed this huge shift in only nine months, and well within budget.
“Not only did the team execute with speed, but the enormous amount of self-engineered, internal technical planning and thought put into this solution are also worth noting,” commented Project Manager Koosh Panday. “Sappi has become an industry leader within the SAP Africa User Group, and the preferred point of contact when our industry colleagues enquire about lessons to be learnt in their SAP S4 HANA Sidecar deployment cycles.”
From left: A great team effort by Sylvia Jenkins, Koosh Panday, Shelewe Matlala, Chris Erasmus and Christo Janse van Rensburg. They were at the forefront of the SAP Sidecar transition, supported by back-of ce staff and fellow colleagues that assisted with the testing cycle and future proo ng of the system.
SAP Business Tools’ ve-decade journey and Sappi’s 20-year trip
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Sappi helps to change lives
at Jabulani
Jabulani Training and Development recently held a graduation ceremony in KwaThema, where Sappi was
well received as sponsor for this Early Childhood Development (ECD) programme.
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Jabulani staff joined on stage by Sappi’s Khethiwe Hlubi ( fth left) and Sipho Ngubane (seventh left) and the founder of this organisation, Jabulani Mkhize (right).
A total of 100 students graduated on the day: Early Childhood Development (ECD) NQF Level 1, ECD NQF Level 4 and ECD NQF Level 5 (Assessors).
Of these graduates, 48 were sponsored by Sappi. They presented ECD NQF Level 5: Early Childhood Development.
The Higher Certi cate in Early Childhood Development will help graduates develop their skills to provide appropriate education, training and developmental services in the ECD sub- eld.
This will also enable them to use their knowledge of child growth and development (from birth to nine years), supported by relevant national policies, to guide their professional practice.
About Jabulani
Jabulani Training and Development was established in 2002. This organisation offers a exible range of educational products designed to suite a wide spectrum of society, from the unemployed, to the underemployed and employed businesses and corporate individuals.
Graduates during Jabulani’s graduation ceremony.
Success is a journey. Our journey would not be possible
without the support of sponsors such as Sappi. We thank you for reaching out and transforming people’s lives.”
Jabulani Mkhize Founder of Jabulani Training and Development
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Download the 947
app for all road closure
Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport will, again, implement TOTAL ROAD CLOSURE along the route.
will have a signi cant
ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION
SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2018
Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge:
Plan your route
The Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge is set to attract 28,000 cyclists to the streets of
Joburg this coming Sunday, 18 November 2018. To ensure the safety of cyclists and
residents, total road closures will be implemented along the route.
CALL CENTRE: 011 017 2700
Dear Joburg Resident, we have flipped the route and the road closures!
information.
The Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge is in its 22nd year and is set to attract 28 000 cyclists to the streets of Joburg on Sunday 18 November 2018. This years route reversal will
have a signi cant impact on the road closure and opening times. Please be sure to study the below timetable as the times will di er from the previous four years.
This year’s route reversal
To ensure the safety of both the cyclists as well as the residents, the City of Joburg, the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department, the Johannesburg Roads Agency and the
We understand the impact of the road closures and thank you for sharing your streets for the day – your co-operation helps to make a di erence to many people through the Ride for
impact on the road closure
a Purpose campaign, in addition to the safety of cyclists and their loved ones. All participants in the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge have been encouraged to “Ride For A Purpose” and entrants are heeding this call. There are already over 110 registered charities entered and committed to raising funds and/or awareness for their causes.
and opening times.
The event will once again start and nish at Riversands Commercial Park on the R511. Please familiarise yourself with the route map on the reverse side of this yer and then utilise the
Be sure to study the
interactive map at www.cyclechallenge.co.za to assist residents and motorists to navigate the city avoiding the road closures.
The dedicated Call Centre - 011 017 2700 - is operational every weekday from 08h00 to 17h00 and from 04h00 to 16h00 on Cycle Challenge Sunday. We are here to assist with all
timetable below for more
route and road closure queries. Watch out for the bright yellow tra c advisories that will be erected prior to the event on all directly a ected roads. We urge you to join supporters at ionefofrthme maatniyovnibe.y Powerzones along the route to be a part of this annual experience. Please visit www.cyclechallenge.co.za in the week of the event to get more details on the best spots to cheer from. Please share this information with your neighbours and friends and help us create community awareness.
ROAD CLOSED
Erling Rd Cedar Rd
R114 Malibongwe Dr
Witkoppen Rd Douglas Rd
Grosvenor Rd Moray Dr Cumberland Ave Homestead Ave Bram Fischer Dr Jan Smuts Ave Bertha Rd Carr Str
M1 South Woodmead Dr
R55 Summit Rd
Mnandi Rd Riversands Blvd
INTERSECTION TO INTERSECTION TIME DETAILS
*
ROAD CLOSURE INFORMATION SUNDAY 18 NOVEMBER 2018
CALL CENTRE: 011 017 2700
Lynx Rd to Steyn City Gatehouse 04:30-10:35 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed.
Dear Joburg Resident, we have flipped the route and the road closures!
Gateside Ave to R114 04:30-11:05 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
The Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge is in its 22nd year and is set to attract 28 000 cyclists to the streets of Joburg on Sunday 18 November 2018. This years route reversal will
Cedar Rd to Malibongwe Dr 04:40-11:20 R552 open to traffic to/from Lanseria
have a signi cant impact on the road closure and opening times. Please be sure to study the below timetable as the times will di er from the previous four years.
To ensure the safety of both the cyclists as well as the residents, the City of Joburg, the Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department, the Johannesburg Roads Agency and the Gauteng Department of Roads and Transport will, again, implement TOTAL ROAD CLOSURE alongCtheornouttrea. flow - Malibongwe(N) all day
R114 (Old Lion Park) to Witkoppen 04:45-11:40
Malibongwe Dr to Douglas Rd 04:45-12:00 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
We understand the impact of the road closures and thank you for sharing your streets for the day – your co-operation helps to make a di erence to many people through the Ride for
a Purpose campaign, in addition to the safety of cyclists and their loved ones. All participants in the Telkom 947 Cycle Challenge have been encouraged to “Ride For A Purpose” and
entrants are heeding this call. There are already over 110 registered charities entered and committed to raising funds and/or awareness for their causes.
Witkoppen Rd to Grosvenor Rd 05:00-12:10 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
The event will once again start and nish at Riversands Commercial Park on the R511. Please familiarise yourself with the route map on the reverse side of this yer and then utilise the
Douglas Rd to Moray Dr 05:05-12:15 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
interactive map at www.cyclechallenge.co.za to assist residents and motorists to navigate the city avoiding the road closures.
The dedicated Call Centre - 011 017 2700 - is operational every weekday from 08h00 to 17h00 and from 04h00 to 16h00 on Cycle Challenge Sunday. We are here to assist with all route and road closure queries. Watch out for the bright yellow tra c advisories that will be erected prior to the event on all directly a ected roads. We urge you to join supporters at
Grosvenor Rd to Cumberland Str 05:10-12:15 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
one of the many vibey Powerzones along the route to be a part of this annual experience. Please visit www.cyclechallenge.co.za in the week of the event to get more details on the best spots to cheer from. Please share this information with your neighbours and friends and heNlpous cvreahteicolmemcunroitysaswianregnesos.f this road allowed
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R114 Cedar Rd to Malibongwe Dr
04:30-11:05 No vehicle
No vehicle crossing of this road allowed crossing of this road allowed
Empire Rd to Nelson Mandela Bridge 05:30-13:30 Malibongwe Dr R114 (Old Lion Park) to Witkoppen
No vehicle 04:45-11:40
crossing of this road allowed Contraflow - Malibongwe(N) all day
Ntemi Piliso Rd to Miriam Makeba Rd 05:30-13:30 Witkoppen Rd Malibongwe Dr to Douglas Rd
No vehicle 04:45-12:00
crossing of this road allowed
No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
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Crossings: Marlboro; Grayston; Corlett; Athol 05:00-12:10 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
Grosvenor Rd Douglas Rd to Moray Dr
05:05-12:15 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed Contraflow - Woodmead Dr (N):
M1S to Maxwell Dr 06:00-14:50 Moray Dr Grosvenor Rd to Cumberland Str
05:10-12:15 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed Maxwell Dr to Old PTA Rd East
Cumberland Ave Moray Dr to Homestead Ave
05:10-12:20 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
Summit Rd to Maxwell Dr 06:00-16:00 Homestead Ave Cumberland Ave to Bram Fischer Dr
No vehicle crossing of this road allowed 05:15-12:30 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
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05:15-13:20 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
Bram FRisc5h5ertoDrR511 Homestead Ave to J0a6n:3S0m-u1t6s:A2v5e
Jan Smuts Ave Bram Fischer to Empire Rd Summit Rd to Riversands Blvd 06:30-16:30
Bertha Rd Empire Rd to Nelson Mandela Bridge Mnandi Rd to Erling Rd CLOSED
Carr Str Ntemi Piliso Rd to Miriam Makeba Rd
05:30-13:30 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed Not open to the public
This list of closure times is subject to change. Please make sure you keep checking the website for the most up to date version.
R55 Summit Rd
*correct at time of print, please make sure this is the most updated version by checking the website Mnandi Rd Riversands Blvd
06:00-16:00 06:30-16:25 06:30-16:30 CLOSED
M1 South Woodmead Dr
Buccleuch Interchange to M2 Split M1S to Maxwell Dr
Summit Rd to Maxwell Dr R55 to R511
Summit Rd to Riversands Blvd Mnandi Rd to Erling Rd
04:30-14:35 06:00-14:50
Crossings: Marlboro; Grayston; Corlett; Athol Oaklands; Glenhove; 11th; Riviera; Oxford; Smit
Contraflow - Woodmead Dr (N): Maxwell Dr to Old PTA Rd East
No vehicle crossing of this road allowed No vehicle crossing of this road allowed No vehicle crossing of this road allowed Not open to the public
This list of closure times is subject to change. Please make sure you keep checking the website for the most up to date version.
04:40-11:20
R552 open to traffic to/from Lanseria
Oaklands; Glenhove; 11th; Riviera; Oxford; Smit
05:30-13:30 No vehicle crossing of this road allowed
14 November 2018
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