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OSHAssociation Nigeria Region Pays Courtesy Visit to MOTHERCAT LIMITED Headquarters in Kaduna State

In a show of appreciation and collaboration, the Occupation Safety and Health Association (OSHAssociation) Nigeria Region pays a courtesy visit to the headquarters of MOTHERCAT LIMITED, a leading provider of integrated solutions in Engineering, Procurement, Construction, and Facilities Management.

The delegation from OSHAssociation includes Mr. Harrison Ehimikhuai MOSHA, Dr. Margaret Sati Shawaka FOSHA, Mr. Shettima Walamar MOSHA, and Mr. Daniel Buru MOSHA. They were warmly received on arrival.

Representatives present during the meeting from MOTHERCAT LIMITED are Engr. Raffi Kevorkian (Senior Project Manager), Engr. Dr. Najib Saliba (Project Manager/Safety Coordinator), Engr. Okwara A. (Quality Control Manager), and Samuel Egbe Dania (Secretary/Personal Assistant to the Managing Director).

The purpose of the visit was multifaceted. First and foremost, OSHAssociation representatives sought to recognise and appreciate MOTHERCAT LIMITED’s unwavering support and dedication to the association’s mission over the years.

Secondly, the visit provided an opportunity for both organisations to explore potential areas of collaboration, particularly in the realm of workforce training and development. As a leading player in the engineering, construction, and facilities management sectors, MOTHERCAT LIMITED has a large and diverse workforce that could greatly benefit from the expertise and resources of the OSHAssociation.

MOTHERCAT LIMITED has been a committed supporter of OSHAssociation’s efforts in cultivating a culture of best safety practices and well-being across Nigeria’s industrial landscape. The company’s dedication to corporate social responsibility has been instrumental in driving positive change and ensuring the protection of workers’ rights and safety.

During the meeting, OSHAssociation representatives expressed their sincere gratitude for MOTHERCAT LIMITED’s contributions to the association’s initiatives. The discussions centered around identifying new avenues for collaboration, such as training and retraining of their workforce, knowledge-sharing, and the development of industry-specific safety guidelines and best practices.

Both parties recognised the importance of maintaining a strong partnership to enhance safety standards, improve worker welfare, and contribute to the overall development of the Nigerian industrial sector.

The visit concluded with the presentation of the Award of Corporate Social Responsibility, Table Calendar, and Safety Advocacy Poster from OSHAssociation,This was followed by a mutual understanding and the commitment to explore new opportunities for joint initiatives that will benefit the entire industry and the communities they serve.

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