NAPOLCOM RO1 conducts OSGI Batch 2


Aimed at apprising the participants and widening their understanding on OSH, safety hazards and controls, workplace emergency preparedness and administrative OSH requirements, the Regional Office I launched the Occupational Safety for Government Installation (OSGI) Training Batch 2 on 8 February 2021 at 10:00 AM through video teleconferencing using the Zoom application.

This program was conducted in an online modular method and presented for three (3) days covering four (4) modules with an accredited 16 training hours. A pre-test was administered during the launching to gauge the level of knowledge of the participants.

Out of 114 participants, there were 93 participants who successfully completed said training. They are from the Police Service particularly 44 Police Officers of Police Regional Office 1 (PRO1), City/Municipal Police Stations and National Support Units (NSUs) and 49 participants were from the Armed Forces of the Philippines to include 14 participants from the Philippine Army and 35 participants from the Philippine Air Force.

During the launching program, Atty. Allan D. Ancheta, Chief of Technical Services Division (TSD), formally welcomed the participants followed by the presentation of the rationale and mechanics of the program by Ms. Mary Jane C. Cacanindin, Police Inspector IV and Assistant Division Chief of TSD.

On February 10, 2021, the culminating activity was conducted. Ms. Carol D. Laoang, Administrative Aide VI led the opening prayer followed by the awarding of certificates to the participants. Mr. Gerald Jularbal, Supervising Administrative Officer of Administrative Division received the certificates in behalf of the participants. Ms. Cacanindin, emphasized in her closing message that safety and health programs foster a proactive approach to finding and fixing workplace hazards before they can cause injury or illness amidst CoVID-19 outbreak. “May we continually be reminded to comply with existing public health regulations and up-to-date safety and health standards at work to achieve strong business performance and productivity,” she added.

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