KZN Scoops top awards for Fire Awareness Initiatives for 2015/2016

24 April, 2016

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KZN Scoops top awards for Fire Awareness Initiatives for 2015/2016

24 Apr,2016WoF service

The Working on Fire KwaZulu-Natal Fire Awareness Team received top awards nationally for their excellent performance in the year 2015/2016.

Last year the Fire Awareness Department taskedthe Provincial Teams to host a fire awareness launch coupled with a series of campaigns to prepare communities and schools for the fire season.

The KZN Team received multiple awards, with Khulani Zulu, the Fire Awareness Training Officer receiving top performance for the Best Quality and Quantity Workshops. Makhosi Dladla, the Community Fire Awareness Officer, obtained Best Community FireSafe Workshops.

KZN was the best province in Fire Awareness Campaign scoring 92% while the Utrecht and Winterton Teams made the top three teams in the country for conducting the most fire awareness activities.

“We really appreciate the support we received from our senior management and the Grounds Operations Department for always lending a helping hand when we need it, also to the Utrecht and Winterton Teams for the hard work and dedication they have shown,” said Khulani.

Assistant General Manager, Winnie Ndlovu added, “We are very proud of our Fire Awareness Department and the dedication they put in doing their job reflex through the awards they received and we will continue supporting them for better results this year.”

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