MD Message March 2017

7 April, 2017

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MD Message March 2017

7 Apr,2017Training

Let me wish all the provinces facing winter fire seasons all the best with their fire season preparations and Yellow Card Training Camps. Over the past 14 years, Working on Fire has established itself as a professional and disciplined organisation in the field of Integrated Fire Management across South Africa.

Our Best Operating Procedures (BOPs) have ensured that we are consistent in delivering quality work, safely and efficiently.

Remember, it is the responsibility of every employee to protect and uphold our standards each and every day in all aspects of our operational and functional responsibilities.

I would like to extend a warm welcome to all the new recruits who have joined the programme. Working on Fire is about changing the lives of young men and women and ensuring that, through training and development, they are able to successfully exit the programme into the formal job market.

We wish you all the best and hope that being part of the programme help you make your dreams a reality.

I encourage you all to remain vigilant and continue to adhere to all safety measures on the fireline.

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