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The training was supervised by Asprec-Manalo Occupational Safety and Health (AMOSH) Training Group, which is highly regarded and accredited by the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE).

The Basic Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH) training maybe considered the single most important move of SDO San Juan City in realizing its goals as an ISO accredited institution but also one in a quest to ensure the safety and security of all its workforce.

As always, the activity is supported by the LGU San Juan City in order to imbibe among the workers in the government the safety awareness and safety standards necessary in the workplace/workstations.

The team of BOSH-certified safety officers are Mark Anthony V. Bañares, Hoffman p. Ibañes, Levin C. Fiedelan and Jeffrey L. Pinto from the Office of the schools Division Superintendent (OSDS). Another team from the Curriculum Implementation Division (CID) are Hernan L. Apurada and Erwin Dela Cruz. Completing the 10-man team are Jay F. Macasieb, Christian R. Talaboc, Raven M. Alcantara and Via May S. Popes from the School Governance and Operations Division (SGOD).

Among the notable skills taught in the training were the legal bases of the Basic Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH)H Training, job hazard analysis, fundamentals of industrial hygiene, occupational health hazards, control measures in the workplace, fire safety measures and among others.

The provisions of the 40-hour BOSH training as stipulated in P.D. 442 is part of the requirements sought by the ISO External validators in consonance with the SDO’s quest for an ISO 9001: 2015 Quality Management System Standards certification.

Article written by:

Jay F. Macasieb (ASP II / Research Coordinator)

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