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Brandix sponsors National Occupational Safety & Health Conference for 8th year


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Brandix Apparel Director Air Chief Marshal (Retd) Harsha Abeywickrema (second right) presents the sponsorship cheque to NIOSH Director General Dr. Champika Amarasinghe  in the presence of (from left): NIOSH Assistant Director – Finance Mohan Perera, Brandix Manager – Group Occupational Safety Rohan Wijesooriya and Brandix Fast Fashion and Athleisure Cluster Manager – Health and Safety Susith Rajaguru

 

 

The Brandix Group has announced its continued commitment to efforts to promote safety and health at workplaces as a key sponsor of the 2017 National Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Conference of Sri Lanka, an event it is supporting for the eighth consecutive year.

Organised by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) of the Ministry of Labour, Trade Union Relations and Sabaragamuwa Development, the conference on 11 October, is the highlight of the National Occupational Safety and Health Week program. The theme for this year’s event is ‘Prevent all Occupational Injuries and Go Home Safely’.

The cheque for the Gold sponsorship of the 2017 National Occupational Safety & Health Conference was presented by Brandix Apparel Director Air Chief Marshal (Retd) Harsha Abeywickrema to NIOSH Director General Dr. Champika Amarasinghe.

This is the 10th occasion overall that Brandix, the single largest employer in Sri Lanka’s export sector, is supporting events connected with the National Safety Week initiative.


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