On 24 January the sponsors of the Compass Cares 2018 ‘African Kaleidoscope’ wildlife calendar gathered at the Centre for Rehabilitation of Wildlife (CROW) to view this incredible facility in Yellowwood Park that looks after abandoned and injured wild animals. Every business represented has sponsored a page of the prestigious calendar and without their continued support,
In anticipation of World Blood Donor Day on 14 June, Compass Medical Waste Services held a blood drive at their head office in Westville and almost doubled the target set by the South African National Blood Services (SANBS) for that day. Peter Crossley, the Westmead Plant Manager, made his 209th blood donation on the day and
Matthew Legemaate has always been a fighter – 36 hours after being born, Matthew underwent his first open heart surgery, and after years of heart operations and being put permanently on oxygen in 2010, he was placed on the transplant waiting list, as he was unable to undergo any further invasive surgery. It was during
What infrastructure challenges does Compass, as a service provider to generators of medical waste, encounter when providing services to healthcare facilities. Read more to prevent or resolve some of these issues to ensure the safer and more efficient management of healthcare risk waste.
Each year Compass sends senior staff members on the various GLS conferences across the country. Read here about what the top take homes and outcomes from the 2018 GLS were.
Global Leadership Summit 2018
Meet Mduduzi Sokhela, Compass’ Security Site Supervisor. Read about his humble beginnings to now managing over 23 Compass Secure staff members and overseeing rosters for 35 onsite staff at nine KZN DOH hospitals. Not only is he a team player, but he is a family man and a leader in his local community. Mduduzi embodies our Compass core values of commitment, reliability, initiative and teamwork.
From containerisation to disposal, Compass supports the HCRW generator in reducing the spread of infection.
Compass Medical Waste Services, in conjunction with Unashamedly Ethical, CSBM and iThemba Lethu, held a business and fundraising breakfast on 22 September 2017 and raised R76 000. Compass is a member of Unashamedly Ethical which confronts corruption and injustice through co-ordinated, targeted and impactful advocacy and campaigns to advance ethical behaviour.
A B-BBEE deal for Compass with a philanthropic focus.