BOSH for Safety Officer-2 Training by OSHNET Zampen at LM Hotel Convention Hall

On-going SO2 Training by OSHNET ZAMPEN at LM Hotel Convention Hall…A total of 20 participants observing proper health and safety protocols… This training ensure that participants acquire knowledge on occupational safety & health to be applied in their respective workplaces and at their homes. #LigtasAngMaingat#Vission1Million Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

Application For Accreditation Notice

Please be informed that starting today, 5 October 2020, all applications for accreditation of OSH Practitioners, Consultants, Safety and Health Training Organizations, and Safety and Health Consulting Organizations shall be sent to oshc1987.accreditation@gmail.com

DOLE-OSHC trains more than 200 MSME safety officers for free

A total of 205 new safety officers from 184 small and micro enterprises benefitted from the seven batches of on-line Basic Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH) Training for safety officers level 1 (SO1s) conducted by the Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC) this September. “We want to equip the MSMEs to be more productive and continue reading : DOLE-OSHC trains more than 200 MSME safety officers for free

PagOSHwag Session: Episode 2 – Healthcare Industry

We are inviting all OSH champions to the PagOSHwag Session: Episode 2 – Health Care Industry, a webinar on industry-based occupational safety and health (OSH) compliance and best practices via the Zoom App on Sept. 29, 2020 (9:30AM-12:00PM).This will be a 2.5-hr webinar activity with the following objectives: Recognize industry-specific OSH guidelines. Compare industry-specific OSH continue reading : PagOSHwag Session: Episode 2 – Healthcare Industry

DOLE-OSHC conducts on-line BOSH training for safety officers in government agencies

“We hope that this is the start of establishing the culture of safety and health in the public sector. We are grateful to have imparted much needed information in identifying the hazards and risks in their workplaces, measures to mitigate these, and helping them develop their safety and health policies,” said Occupational Safety and Health continue reading : DOLE-OSHC conducts on-line BOSH training for safety officers in government agencies

DOLE-OSHC conducts first on-line COSH training for safety officers in the construction industry

“Work safety and health training is more important now as we continue to battle with the pandemic and the other hazards and risks in the workplace. Aside from preventing Covid-19 infection, we also need to ensure that workers are protected from risks inherent in job sites, especially in highly hazardous industries like construction,” said Occupational continue reading : DOLE-OSHC conducts first on-line COSH training for safety officers in the construction industry

DOLE-OSHC reminds workers to practice safety and health protocols while riding shuttles

“Your safety and health should be top priority in this time of pandemic and should not be taken for granted at any given time. Riding shuttles can also be an opportunity for exposure to Covid-19 so please do not let your guards down and practice safety and health protocols all the time,” said Occupational Safety continue reading : DOLE-OSHC reminds workers to practice safety and health protocols while riding shuttles

DOLE-OSHC REU XIII conducts webinar on OSH Standards for the public sector

“Government offices are in dire need of having occupational safety and health policies and programs. Let us use the Joint Memorandum Circular (JMC) No. 1 series of 2020 or the Guidelines on Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Public Sector to establish the OSH culture in the public sector,” said Occupational Safety and Health continue reading : DOLE-OSHC REU XIII conducts webinar on OSH Standards for the public sector

DOLE-OSHC joins nationwide simultaneous earthquake drill amidst Covid-19 pandemic

To avoid the traditional activities that involve physical interaction and mass gatherings, the OSHC staff conducted the “alarm” and “response” parts of the drill. These parts involved exercising the duck, cover, and hold protocols, taking the “Go Bag” and related personal protective equipment, and reporting. The reporting was made on-line through the dedicated messenger groups continue reading : DOLE-OSHC joins nationwide simultaneous earthquake drill amidst Covid-19 pandemic