Davao City, Philippines – Some 57 engineers, contractors and allied professionals from various cities and provinces in Mindanao completed the 40-hour Construction Safety and Health Course for Site Safety Officers last Friday at Sequioa Inn, this city.
The course is conducted by the Philippine Institute of Civil Engineers (PICE) – Davao City chapter in joint coordination with the Department of Trade and Industry – Construction Manpower and Development Foundation (DTI-CMDF). It is an accredited course by the Department of Labor and Employment – Bureau of Working Conditions (DOLE-BWC), the lead government agency that ensures efficient adherence and monitoring of compliance with labor standards including occupational safety and health standards.
Engr. Erdsan Rene S. Suero, President of PICE Davao City Chapter said that the organization will continuously advocate construction safety in the workplace as it expands its education and information drives to members and construction players on various government issuances on construction safety among them are the DOLE Department Order No. 13 – Guidelines Governing Occupational Safety and Health in the Construction Industry, the DPWH National Building Code Memorandum Circular No. 2 and RA 9184 or the Government Procurement Reform Act which requires a construction safety and health program to be submitted in building permit applications and prior to award of government contracts.
In his message during the closing ceremony, Atty. Joffrey M. Suyao, Regional Director of DOLE Davao Region stressed that a Joint Administrative Order No. 01 Series of 2011 is issued pursuant to a Memorandum of Agreement signed by and among the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), Department of Trade and Industry-Construction Manpower and Development Foundation- Philippine Contractors Accreditation Board (DTI-CMDF-PCAB), Department of the Interior and Local Government (DILG) and Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) for the strict implementation of policies, programs, commitments and responsibilities by every office to ensure safety and health of workers in the construction industry.
The 57 safety officers are : Jan Michael S. Abella, Diana Marie O. Abian, Roberto C. Abogado, Angel A. Abrau, Ariel P. Adtoon, Dolores D. Agustin, Roy A. Alegata, Wilson M. Alonzo, Virgilio S. Anuta, Adelina B. Aponesto, Jesusito G. Balagtas, Elpidio S. Batalla, Rafael E. Bermejo, Ernesto O. Berzuela, Jr., Daniel M. Briones, Christian John T. Boglosa, Joel D. Café, Hector O. Cartagena, Edgar l. Chavez, Virgilio R. Co, Sheila C. Coloma, Irvin Paul l. Cubelo, Laurence B. Dagoc, Burt Benson M. Dantes, Noel D. Digol, Renny B. Diocareza, Edgar R. Flores, Luisito B. Fortich, Nicanor C. Galvez, Nieva E. Guerra, Wayne C. Gudmalin, Julieto R. Gula, Arnold O. Lao, Leo G. Lasacar, Rosendo A. Latag, Jr., Rexor Steve B. Lenueva, Ellen D. Lim, Michael A. Llanos, Arturo P. Longyapon, Rey C. Mante, Anie T. Monajan, Jessen R. Monsalud, Cherry C. Mola, Arrissa A. Navarro, Artemio B. Palomeras, Marlon Brando V. Pareja, Mario J. Perodez, Eaco Buen J. Pondoc, Angelito D. Pol, Roberto O. Reyes, Edgardo V. Rosello, Evelyn F. Rosit, Lito C. Salvani, Lito C. Salvani, Noreen Joy A. Sanchez, Ruplino R. Seismundo, Joshua S. Sumalinog, Philip Anthony F. Venus and Raul G. Yñiguez. PIO
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