contractors on occupational safety
By DONNA C. DEBUTON
August 27, 2015
CALBAYOG CITY – In
order to promote safety construction and health to attain a high
quality of safe occupation and health of the workers, the Department
of Labor and Employment conducts Construction Safety and Health
Training, August 10-14.
The four-day training by
DOLE trainers has Mr. Lito L. Brizuela, Occupational Safety and Health
Consultant and Mr. Jose N. Baroc, Jr., Occupational Safety and Health
Practitioner, held at the DPWH Conference Room.
The Department of Public
Works and Highways’ contractors request for the holding of said
training guide OSH Program is the requirement of contractors in the
implementation of projects in the department in compliance of DOLE’s
Department Order No. 13 Series of 1998, or the DOLE Guidelines
Governing the Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction
Industry, and Department Order No. 19, Series of 1993, or the DOLE
Guidelines Governing the Employment of Workers in the Construction
Topics concerning basic
safety concept, unsafe act and condition, construction site premises
assessment, construction machineries, and industrial hygiene safety
are discussed extensively to the participants.
The BOSH Trainers are warmly
welcomed by the District Engineer Virgilio C. Eduarte and Assistant
District Engineer Alvin A. Ignacio who also joined the participants in
the training to apprise them of the OSH program being the approving
authority for concurrence of DOLE.