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CBL commences SHEQ Week 2018


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The opening ceremony of SHEQ Week 2018, emphasising the importance of Safety, Health, Environment and Quality was held at Ceylon Biscuits Limited (CBL), Pannipitiya yesterday, under the patronage of CBL Group Chairman Ramya Wickramasingha and the Board of Directors. Postgraduate Institute of Management (PIM) Director Professor Ajantha Dharmasiri delivered the keynote address elaborating on the importance of SHEQ, incorporating 5S concept in workplace with a holistic approach to elevate physical, mental, emotional and spiritual status of each individual. The weeklong Annual SHEQ program will extend from 8-12 October. 

 


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