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Wednesday, 01 October 2014 04:14

Best Safe Workplace Awards 2014

On Thursday 25th September 2014, the Ministry for Labour and Human Resource Development hosted the awards for the Best Safe Workplace.


These awards are the first in a planned series and serve to cap off this year’s edition of Safety Week. The purpose of the award is to promote good occupational safety and health practices at the workplace. The objectives are to sensitise employers and employees on the importance of managing occupational safety and health at work; to develop a culture of safety to change the attitudes and beliefs of the workforce; and to promote safety awareness in order to achieve healthier and safer working environments.


“This evening is testimony of my Ministry’s commitment towards protecting workers’ safety and health at work,” Minister Idith Alexander said. “The Award was developed with its main objective of encouraging organizations to establish effective system for managing occupational safety and health and to inculcate this aspect of safety culture in the daily duties of workers and employers.


It is also an occasion to reward organizations who are excelling in the area of occupational safety and health, in order to promote and sustain good safe practices for the future.”


A total of 21 organisations from various key sections of the economy participated in the awards.


The big winner of the night was SEYPEC. CEO Mr. Conrad Benoiton was there to collect the award.


The minister concluded her speech with appeal to other organisations to join in the endeavour in time for the next award ceremony in 2016.

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