16,000 LWMC employees to be given health, safety training.

LAHORE -- Lahore Waste Management Company (LWMC) Chief Executive Officer Babar Sahib Din is determined to take measures for welfare of workers. As many as 16,000 workers of the company will be given health and safety training according to international working standards with the support of the International Labour Organization (ILO). In this regard, a meeting of the LWMC officers with a delegation of the ILO was held here at the head office of the company on Tuesday. Deputy CEO LWMC Fahad Mehmood, GM HR Altaf Ahmed and Director Public Relations Umar Chaudhry attended the meeting. Safety and health experts Kawakami from Japan, Razi Mujtaba from Islamabad, and Saad from Lahore briefed Deputy CEO LWMC Fahad Mahmood about international working...

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