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Pacific Centrecom staff undergo emergency evacuation training

Solomone Rabulu
Sunday, February 25, 2018

Update: 5:51PM ESSENTIAL emergency evacuation training on how employees and visitors could safely be evacuated out of any building in case of a fire was conducted at the National Fire Authority (NFA) headquarters last week.

Chief fire officer Qionilau Moceitai said 19 staff members Pacific Centrecom underwent this training as it was important for any organisation they would deal with in the future.

"We are happy that Pacific Centrecom has taken this initiative to train its staff on fire safety," Mr Moceitai said.

"This training is very important for business organizations and I acknowledge Pacific Centrecom for organizing this training for its staff.

"This course is designed to provide appointed Fire Wardens in the organization with the necessary knowledge and skills to prepare for and respond to emergency situations."

Mr Moceitai said it was very important that everyone remain vigilant to ensure that their emergency exits were clear of any obstruction at all times for a safe and quick evacuation in case of any emergency

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