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1 1 Mine Health and Safety Council SILICOSIS ROADSHOW

2 2 Silicosis Roadshow Silicosis Road show was approved by MHSC on 28 th January Budget of R5.3 million Target audience of miners Three provinces: –Gauteng (inclusive of KOSH area) –Mpumalanga –Free State

3 3 Silicosis Roadshow – An update

4 4

5 5 Progress to date Letter by CIoM Gauteng Mines –Gold Fields –AngloGold Free State: –no venues Mpumalanga –No venues Working Group –State: Pessy Mnisi –Employers: Dries Labuschange –Employees: Phumla Mboniswa

6 6 Process for Roadshow Gauteng Road show X 5 Gauteng Road show X 5 Mpumalanga Road show X 5 Mpumalanga Road show X 5 Free State Road show X 5 Free State Road show X 5 Eventing PR Advertising /Branding Pre Show Show Post Show WHY To create awareness and educate the ALL MINE EMPLOYEES about Silicosis: - Prevent - Manage - Eradicate WHERE HOW

7 7 Process for Roadshow Tactics to be used Communications Strategy Pre-event During event Silicosis Look and Feel Development Posters – 3 Languages strategically erected at mines Giant Flags Pull Up Banners - Outdoor Truck Branding Flyers Promotional Give-aways Note: Due to budget constraints and timelines, moving billboards haven’t been included in the marketing mix

8 8 Promotional Material The following material have been developed and awaiting final sign off Script for play Banners Flags Promotional gifts (CDs) Promotional gifts (t-shirts)

9 9 The Message Note these have not been approved

10 10 Scenes from Industrial Theatre Opening Scene We see the exteriors of a mine workers house. We push in on the houses as our screen splits as we see 3 other houses next to our first house. Calming music accompanies our AV image. As we get closer to the houses, the 4 actors take their place on the stage. The AV goes to black. The music continues. On Stage: All four actors are spaced apart. They’re all asleep. WAKING UP SEQUENCE: Each actor rises in their own way. One coughs, one hiccups, one yawns, and one snores. This creates a rhythm for a couple of beats, and then they all wake. Their entire waking up ritual blends into a rhythmic beat, brushing teeth, going to the loo, making breakfast, then hurriedly, they’re all off. Please note, the character that coughs (MZI), does so continually through the morning ritual. He also doesn’t wash properly, or eat any breakfast. The buzz of a taxi tank. Ambient sound of people car driving by, hooters, taxi driver ordering people into taxis. We see the exterior of a taxi rank and we push in and on screen we see our actors walking to the taxi rank. They all greet one another on screen. As they exit frame on the AV, they appear entering on stage. The AV projector fades out. Taxi Scene A physical taxi sequence begins. Our leads climb in and squeeze between the other passengers. The taxi is off. In unison, all the passengers on the taxi react, when the taxi goes through a red light, almost hits a pedestrian, hoots and talks to the other taxis on the road. One by one, our 3 dancers call out for the taxi to stop at their destination. With each call, the taxi skids, and without even stopping, a passenger tumbles out of the taxi. All the other characters are freaked out, but MZI loves every second of it.

11 11 Scenes from Industrial Theatre Opening Scene We see the exteriors of a mine workers house. We push in on the houses as our screen splits as we see 3 other houses next to our first house. Calming music accompanies our AV image. As we get closer to the houses, the 4 actors take their place on the stage. The AV goes to black. The music continues. On Stage: All four actors are spaced apart. They’re all asleep. WAKING UP SEQUENCE: Each actor rises in their own way. One coughs, one hiccups, one yawns, and one snores. This creates a rhythm for a couple of beats, and then they all wake. Their entire waking up ritual blends into a rhythmic beat, brushing teeth, going to the loo, making breakfast, then hurriedly, they’re all off. Please note, the character that coughs (MZI), does so continually through the morning ritual. He also doesn’t wash properly, or eat any breakfast. The buzz of a taxi tank. Ambient sound of people car driving by, hooters, taxi driver ordering people into taxis. We see the exterior of a taxi rank and we push in and on screen we see our actors walking to the taxi rank. They all greet one another on screen. As they exit frame on the AV, they appear entering on stage. The AV projector fades out. Taxi Scene A physical taxi sequence begins. Our leads climb in and squeeze between the other passengers. The taxi is off. In unison, all the passengers on the taxi react, when the taxi goes through a red light, almost hits a pedestrian, hoots and talks to the other taxis on the road. One by one, our 3 dancers call out for the taxi to stop at their destination. With each call, the taxi skids, and without even stopping, a passenger tumbles out of the taxi. All the other characters are freaked out, but MZI loves every second of it. Work Scene The three of them go and pick up their tools. (NOTE FOR DIRECTOR: The assistant gets a shovel, the crew member, a pinchbar and the driller, an rock drill machine. These tools should then be used throughout the play, transforming into different props where needed). In addition, they all grab their face masks, ear muffs and hearing protection. The manager holds Mzi back. MATHANDA CHISA:Mzi, I’ve been watching you for weeks now. What’s wrong? MZI:Ja sir, it’s okay, it’s nothing. MATHANDA CHISAYou sure? I think you might be ill.(ITEM 2) MZIJa, I might have the flu sir. MATHANDA CHISANo Mzi, I think it might be TB, or worse, silicosis. MZISilly what? No boss, you sound silly! MATHANDA CHISANo, it’s a lung disease. Because you haven’t been wearing your PPE’s. If it’s TB, it’s still okay, coz the doctors can cure that, but if it’s silicosis, we’re in trouble, coz there’s no cure for that. Have you been wearing your dust mask? MZI(obviously lying) Er, ja boss, all the time.

12 12 Scenes from Industrial Theatre Taxi Scene A physical taxi sequence begins. Our leads climb in and squeeze between the other passengers. The taxi is off. In unison, all the passengers on the taxi react, when the taxi goes through a red light, almost hits a pedestrian, hoots and talks to the other taxis on the road. One by one, our 3 dancers call out for the taxi to stop at their destination. With each call, the taxi skids, and without even stopping, a passenger tumbles out of the taxi. All the other characters are freaked out, but MZI loves every second of it. Work Scene The three of them go and pick up their tools. (NOTE FOR DIRECTOR: The assistant gets a shovel, the crew member, a pinchbar and the driller, an rock drill machine. These tools should then be used throughout the play, transforming into different props where needed). In addition, they all grab their face masks, ear muffs and hearing protection. The manager holds Mzi back. MATHANDA CHISA:Mzi, I’ve been watching you for weeks now. What’s wrong? MZI:Ja sir, it’s okay, it’s nothing. MATHANDA CHISAYou sure? I think you might be ill.(ITEM 2) MZIJa, I might have the flu sir. MATHANDA CHISANo Mzi, I think it might be TB, or worse, silicosis. MZISilly what? No boss, you sound silly! MATHANDA CHISANo, it’s a lung disease. Because you haven’t been wearing your PPE’s. If it’s TB, it’s still okay, coz the doctors can cure that, but if it’s silicosis, we’re in trouble, coz there’s no cure for that. Have you been wearing your dust mask? MZI(obviously lying) Er, ja boss, all the time. Traditional healer scene Our 4 characters creep on. In a tentative voice they all call out “SIYAVUMA!” The voice then says “SIT.” The characters obey. Our 5th actor makes an elaborate entrance as the TRADITIONAL HEALER, Luwazi. LUWAZIVUMANIBO! BONGANI/MZI/JOSEPH/ALFREDSIYAVUMA! LUWAZIOne of you is ill…there is a fire in your chest… MZIYes. LUWAZIYou are the reason you are ill! BONGANIWhat the hell does that mean? LUWAZIQuiet!! BONGANISorry. LUWAZIYour boss friend has warned you but you have not listened. Your boss friend has told you over and over to protect yourself, but you have disobeyed. Your time is short if you do not abide by the rules. MZIPlease help me.

13 13 Scenes from Industrial Theatre Final Scene We see a repeat of the first scene. All the township houses. This time though ON STAGE: We see our characters on stage. It’s only BONGANI, ALFRED AND JOSPEH. They’re old now, but happy and sing a song that starts out quite somber, but becomes a happy song as they work in the mine. ON AV: MZI is old and alone. He is sickly. The somber song, when it begins, reflects MZI’s demeanor. When the song becomes happy, it should be a contradiction to what MZI is going through. The AV should fade and end with the 3 other actors singing the happy song.Please help me.

14 14 Way Forward Finalisation of venues Finalisation of promotion material Determination of start date

15 15 Way Forward Support of Management and Labour and Regulators Venue required? Saturday and Sunday to get maximum attendance (Eleven Day Fortnight)? Your support

16 16 Thank you Contact Details MHSC Disclaimer: All views expressed herein are the views of the author and do not reflect the views of the Mine Health and Safety Council unless specifically stated otherwise. The information is intended only for the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential and/or privileged material. Any review, retransmission, dissemination or other use of, this information by persons or entities other than those intended recipient/s is prohibited. The replication of this material in any form will require approval from the author and Mine Health and Safety Council.


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