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Celebrating 2nd year of success with HSS

The end of the year 2021 is arriving and the global economic market has good and bad news to share. The bad news is that many businesses and companies have closed down due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The good news is that only the best and well-established ones have not just survived but also thrived: Health & Safety Solutions (HSS) was one of these survival champions.

Celebrating 2nd year of success with HSS

Opening HSS Philippines followed by the hit of the pandemic was not an easy feat. Despite the challenges, HSS has emerged as one of the undisputable leaders in their field and has adapted to the new normal by not only providing first aid training but also career professional development and health and safety training accredited by Professional Regulations Commission and DOLE-OSHC.

In continued partnership with DOLE – OSHC, HSS have produced over 3500 Safety Officers and trained more than 2300 companies toward a healthier and safer workplace environment.

Today, after the opening of the main branch in the Philippines, HSS has consolidated its presence at the local market and is proudly celebrating its 2nd anniversary. In line with this, the Executive Director of Occupational Safety and Health Center, Hon. Noel C. Binag stated that “It is my pleasure to express my greetings and support to the Health and Safety Solutions Training CenterWhile there is still so much to be done in improving the current situation, it is encouraging to note that HSSLC, as our partner in the promotion of a safer, healthier and resilient workplace, is committed to support the government in prioritizing and ensuring the safety and health of our workers.”

There is no doubt that the future of HSS is bright, and will continue being the leader of OSH for many generations ahead. 

Topics: Health & Safety Solutions , COVID-19 pandemic , Noel C. Binag
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