Public Works employees complete training

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  • Public works minister Lieutenant-Colonel David Burch with Stephen Tucker, Mitchell DeShield, Lee Norris, Jeremy Burnham, Kim Paynter and Quintonio Ratteray, who completed health and safety training (Photograph supplied)

    Public works minister Lieutenant-Colonel David Burch with Stephen Tucker, Mitchell DeShield, Lee Norris, Jeremy Burnham, Kim Paynter and Quintonio Ratteray, who completed health and safety training (Photograph supplied)


Public works staff have completed an internationally recognised health and safety training programme.

Lieutenant-Colonel David Burch, the public works minister, congratulated the 12 individuals who passed the Institution of Occupational Safety course, in association with the University of South Wales.

They were Stephen Tucker, Mitchell DeShield, Lee Norris, Jeremy Burnham, Kim Paynter, Quintonio Ratteray, Tarik Christopher, Reginald Smith, Remi Subair, Vernon Tankard, Nasir Wade and JuAnnon Woods.

A press release from the Bermuda Government described the Institution of Occupational Safety as a global leader in health and safety training.

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Published Dec 6, 2017 at 1:31 pm (Updated Dec 6, 2017 at 1:31 pm)

Public Works employees complete training

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