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Participants reminded of OHS officers' role

By Dawn Gibson
Monday, July 21, 2014

Update: 3:23PM PARTICIPANTS of an Occupational Health and Safety Workshop in the Eastern Division in Nausori this morning were reminded of the important role of OHS officers for moral, legal, and financial reasons.

Speaking to the participants was chief administration officer Assistant Commissioner of Police Henry Brown who explained that one of the main goals of OHS programs include cultivating a safe and healthy work environment, something which would also work to protect officers in their daily duties.

"We cannot correct a wrong with another wrong. Changing mindsets and having that mind to learn may change everything," he told them.


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