Sehunelo bemoans lack of qualified OHS practitioners

FRANCISTOWN: Senior sustainability manager at Debswana, Orapa, Letlhakane and Damtshaa mines, George Sehunelo has decried the lack of qualified graduates in occupational, health and safety (OHS) management, which is key in every organisation.

He was speaking at the Ba Isago University stakeholder consultative meeting themed ‘Occupational Health and Safety in 2015 and Beyond’ at Adansonia Hotel last Friday.

Sehunelo stated that the theme was appropriate because there is a dire need of fully qualified OHS practitioners, especially in the mining sector.

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