Debswana grows first-aid competitions

Activities during the First Aid competition
Activities during the First Aid competition

JWANENG: Debswana underlined its commitment to work safety, by bringing together 12 teams made up of different sections within the group for a first aid competition held recently.

The winners of the the annual interdepartmental competition will represent their mine at the Botswana Chamber of Mines Inter-Mine First Aid Tournament set for Karowe Mine on October 10, 2015. Jwaneng general manager, Albert Milton said the competition was designed to promote high health and safety standards in all operations. He added that the event was an opportunity for Debswana to showcase its pledge towards zero harm.

“This commitment stems from our belief that it is possible to eliminate injuries and indeed achieve zero harm”, he added.

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