BOSH BATCH 07-2013, the first chapter of ZAMPEN OSHNET, INC. organized in Region 9
August 09, 2013
Dipolog City - A very positive development of the five (5)-day Basic Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH) Training was the voluntary formation of alliance among fifty-five (55) participants to this particular training-series to bring the OSH knowledge and learnings to establishments and offices in the Province of Zamboanga del Norte. BOSH Training for BATCH 07-2013 was conducted by Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC), Quezon City held at Top Plaza Hotel, Dipolog City from May 25 to 29, 2013.
BOSH BATCH 07-2013 shall be DOLE's partner in Zamboanga del Norte toward the common mission of ensuring safe and healthy workplaces and workers. It shall be an active unified group of safety practitioners and advocates from private and government sectors to work side by side with the Department in its primary goal for a decent work agenda- "Decent Work for All."
On July 23, 2013 at Top Plaza Hotel, Dipolog City during the DOLE-initiated Action Planning-Workshop for BOSH Batch 07-13, a formal understanding was forged with ZamPen OSHNet, Inc. Its coalition brought into existence the first chapter for ZamPen OSHNet, Inc.; the Zamboanga del Norte Chapter. No less than the presence of the President of ZamPen OSHNet, Inc., Engineer Eduardo RiveroJr. was at this important event to officially accept the partnership.
ZamPen OSHNet, Inc. is a duly registered association with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) approved on July 15, 2010 under Registration No. ZN-2010-28606. It is an accredited OSHNet and, since then, the partner of DOLE and OSHC for the series of BOSH and Construction Safety Trainings conducted, region-wide.
ZamPen OSHNet, Inc.-Zamboanga del Norte Chapter is highly committed to bring the OSH awareness to all establishments here in this Province by adopting strategies along advocacy, capability-building, networking, linkage and productivity promotion if only to prevent work-related injuries and illness.
Mr. Henry P. Tianero, DOLE ZDNFO