Dulsco organises its 12th annual QHSE week
Campaign reached more than 7,000 employees of the 79-year-old company
Human resource solutions and waste management services provider Dulsco recently organised its 12th annual QHSE (Quality, Health, Safety and Environment) Week across all of its locations in the UAE and Qatar.
The QHSE Week, which consisted of competitions, campaigns, seminars and other similar initiatives, addressed more than 7,000 employees of the 79-year-old company.
"Dulsco recognises the importance of quality, health, safety and environment and constantly strives to protect the health and safety of our employees at all times and in all circumstances, and also protect the environment in which we work and live," said Johnson Alexander, director of human resources and QHSE, Dulsco.
"Dulsco, as a responsible and conscientious company, is driven by a shared ambition to satisfy our own and our customers' needs in quality, reliability and safety," Alexander added. “We are a committed employer with a greater responsibility towards the safety of our staff and the local communities we work with.”
Through interactive sessions held during the QHSE Week, Dulsco employees were given awareness and training in all aspects of workplace safety, which included safety in confined space, identification of possible hazards, defensive safe driving practices for drivers, health and hygiene awareness, safety evacuation for workers, fire drills, site cleaning and housekeeping practices.
The sessions were accompanied by quiz competitions, educational movies, a fire-fighting competition, a blood donation campaign and much more. Other notable activities that struck a chord with the employees included self-hypnosis and relaxation for stress management, tree plantation, a photography competition, ethics training, behavioural safety training, fitness at work, etc.
Towards the end of the QHSE Week, Dulsco employees were also recognised for their contribution and constructive suggestions in ensuring that world-class safety procedures are implemented in their day-to-day duties.