Workshop seeks to simplify daily operation

12 September, 2017

Workshop seeks to simplify daily operation

12 Sep,2017Profiles, WoFire News

Shane Christian, the newly appointed Working on Fire National General Manager, recently visited Working on Fire Free State provincial staff to engage with, train and provide additional information about the Working on Fire programme.

The three-day workshop included a session on risk management facilitated by Tony Mancos, and an information session on the WOF ethics line which concerned employees at Working on Fire and other stakeholders can use to anonymously report any fraudulent, corrupt or unethical practices to an independent third party.

Christian says, “The aim of the roadshow was to engage with the provincial staff and to implement the back-to-basics programme by introducing simpler methods of doing daily tasks and improved ways of monitoring these tasks.”

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