12 People Complete ‘Managing Safely’ Course

December 6, 2017 | 4 Comments

Minister of Public Works Lt/Col David Burch recently congratulated members of the Ministry who successfully completed an internationally recognized health and safety training programme.

The Institution of Occupational Safety course, which is offered in association with the University of South Wales, saw 12 members from various sections of the Ministry of Public Works receive certificates for ‘Managing Safely’.

The 12 individuals who successfully completed the course include, Stephen Tucker, Mitchell DeShield, Lee Norris, Jeremy Burnham, Kim Paynter, Quintonio Ratteray, Tarik Christopher, Reginald Smith, Remi Subair, Vernon Tankard, Nasir Wade and JuAnnon Woods.

“The Institution of Occupational Safety is considered a global leader in the area of health and safety training with some 180,000 people participating on an annual basis in their professional development courses,” the Ministry noted.

On Monday, Minister Burch presented six of the participants with their official certificates at a brief recognition event at the Ministry headquarters.

Minister Burch, Stephen Tucker, Mitchell DeShield, Lee Norris, Jeremy Burnham, Kim Paynter and Quintonio Ratteray

Minister Certificate Presentation Bermuda Dec 2017

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  1. sonso says:

    Are these certifications new or are we just now photo-oping all Govt employees who complete them them?

  2. Family Man says:

    Does anybody ever fail these ‘courses’ or are they really just “Certificates of Participation”?

    • keyboard says:

      I’m sure that the University of South Wales gives out certificates with their name on it to any one who asks, and that the week long course with a time-limit examination at the end of it is just for fun.

  3. Bermuda says:

    Well done to all involved! :)

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