One of the leading HR firms in Nigeria, INCAFAITH Consults, a division of Incafaith Nigeria Limited, has trained it staffs on the Importance of Safety at workplace.
The news is coming after HSENations recently reported that the Chartered Institute of Personnel Management (CIPM) Partnered with the Institution of Occupational Safety (IOSH) to train members on how to ensure employees safety practice.
According to a press release by the company, the managing Director of INCAFAITH, Prince Ayo Akanbi said that the company organized the training because “no forward-thinking organization would take the safety of her workers for granted because they are the engine room of the organization”.
The Managing Director was further quoted as saying that “As the trailblazer Human Resource Outsourcing Firm, this feat has challenged neighbouring companies and outsourcing associates.”
“We have a standard and we are not going back on the standard we have set for ourselves. As an organization, we believe in the development of our workers;”
“Our investment into people brings growth and in turn, gives back to the organization by being the company’s ambassador as they represent the company anywhere they go to.”
“More so, because we are a bridge that connects them to our client’s companies, their actions and inactions will fall back on us, hence the need to equip them. The training is not without an assessment to test their IQ, because a certificate was issued to all attendees.”
He added that INCAFAITH Consult “remains the trailblazer in the industry by setting the record and improving our standard of service delivery”.
He concluded saying, “the company is more than ready to handle the HR of any company that falls into their category of industry coverage; Financial Institution, Manufacturing, Hospitality and Construction. This is because the company is fully loaded with skillful administrative staff with a wealth of experience.”
Punctuality, Safety at Workplace, The use of PPEs, Hygiene at Workplace, Who am I – A Journey of Self Discovery was reportedly among the topics taught during the training, while also adhering strictly to COVID-19 safety regulation.
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