Directorate Occupational Health and Safety to hold Arrive Alive campaign

Arrive Alive Road Safety Campaign The Directorate of Occupational Health and Safety (D OHS) in the Department of Defence (DOD) will hold an Arrive Alive Road Safety Campaign on 14 and 15 October 2015 in Thaba Tshwane.

The aim of the campaign is to encourage safe driving culture, active participation and involvement of DOD members from all levels. During the two-day campaign, the DOD members are to identify driving risks peculiar to their own jobs and to recommend appropriate solutions such as revised policies, procedures and work schedules.

The message the D OHS wants to impart to the DOD members including Public Service Administrative Personnel and the people of South Africa at large is that the DOD invests in health, in the people, and in the economy through the occupational health and safety principles.

The communities around Brits were recently left without water. The SANDF answered the call to render assistance and supplied these communities with this life giving commodity.

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