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“BOSH training key to countless opportunities”

Such was the gist of the closing message of DOLE-RO I Regional Director Nathaniel V. Lacambra to the 70 graduating Electrical Engineering students of the Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University-Mid La Union campus who underwent the Basic Occupational Safety and Health training on May 22-26. 

“You have just reinforced your qualifications, experiences and education by undergoing this BOSH training,” Director Lacambra told the participants. 

He said the training provided the students the safety knowledge to build upon their career and gain an advantage in a highly competitive field. 

“Your training certificate will serve as your ticket to greater opportunities,” the Regional Director said, adding that the participants can choose to seek employment in various industries, or become professors, or establish their own training companies later on. 

The BOSH is a 40-hour mandatory training for safety officers. Under the Occupational Safety and Health Standards, a sufficient number of safety officers, who have finished the training, must be employed by all establishments. The number of safety officers depends on the number of workers for every shift. 

The training was conducted by the DOLE-RO I in cooperation with the Occupational Safety and Health Network of Region I (OSHNet-I) led by its President Juan Agtarap II. 

 

Director Lacambra said another round of BOSH trainings for Mechanical Engineering students is scheduled in July. END/Arly Sta. Ana-Valdez

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2017-06-13
RD Nat V. Lacambra
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