About Us

Background

WHSE Consultants Cc was founded and registered in 2007 as a consultancy based company by Johan van Zyl and his wife Ansie. They brought more than 30 years worth of Health, Safety and related experience to the company. WHSE Consultants has since grown to a family owned business – each member with their own respective expertise. We now have 3 branches (Gauteng, Cape Town, and Durban) and a national footprint. WHSE has branched into HSE Training in 2008 to enlarge our offerings to our clientele.
We are still growing and expanding our business because continuous improvement and quality forms part of our core values. Growth plans for the future are in progress where more strategically placed branches will be opened to accommodate our clients’ growing business needs. Our clients are one of our most important assets and there for we focus our business to cater to their requirements.

Mission

To provide high quality, efficient and cost effective services to the construction and manufacturing retail and office industry with the ultimate aim of contributing to the upliftment of the quality of life of all South Africans.

Vission

To be a client focused organisation that supports industry and Government in performing risk assessment on Health and Safety hazards, environmental management and impact assessment identification of environmental aspects to reduce or eliminate the risk at the source. WHSE Consultants is geared to working with our clients, essentially functioning as an extension of their staff, while providing quality services and access to a wide range of specialists and expertise through our own work experience and that of our network of associates.

Our Values

We believe in creating sustainable relationships based on integrity, respect and trust with our employees, business partners, clients and the community in which we serve.

BBEEE

WHSE Consultants is a level 4 BBEEE compliant company.

Employment Equity

Based on our employment equity report, WHSE Consultants personnel consist of 62.2% Females, 40.5% PDI (Previously Disadvantaged Individuals) who are trained and experienced, 2.8% Disabled staff with a further 27% Professional and Technical Staff.