Safety and Training

At Relines South Africa, we believe that our people are our greatest asset, understanding that we’re only as good as the service we provide and the safety of the workplace environment in which we work. This is why we invest heavily in safety & training to ensure Relines South Africa’s workforce remains the best in the business and safe at all times.

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Relines South Africa is dedicated to achieving an incident and injury free workplace.

We adopt and promote a continual learning and development culture, and deliver it through competency-based assessments and accredited high-risk training.

We have established a culture of zero harm. Our workforce is trained in hazard identification & risk mitigation methods in line with our Australian divisions AS4801 Safety Management accreditation.  Our teams develop project specific Job Safety and Environmental Analysis (JSEA) to identify hazards and implement appropriate controls.

Understanding that safety is not just about the management systems and processes, Relines South Africa have strengthened our commitment through our ongoing investment in state of the art equipment. Mill relining can be dangerous work at times, so investing in quality equipment not only increases the efficiency of how we operate, but paramount towards achieving zero harm.


Relines South Africa personnel work in challenging environments. Therefore, we place the utmost focus on safety, technical excellence and professionalism. We invest in our people in all aspects of personal and professional development.

Some of the training available to our personnel includes:

  • Confined Space
  • Working at Heights
  • Elevated Work Platform


Our people enjoy the benefits of training and development in the following areas:

  • Mill Reline Machine Operation
  • LRT Operation
  • Leadership, management & personal development programs
  • Workplace Health and Safety
  • JSA development training
  • Hazard identification and response


In addition to reducing work-related incidents/injuries, our workforce development strategy has been a successful engagement approach resulting to a higher retention rate of our core staff and the stability and knowledge base of our workforce.

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