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Employers urged to put safety a priority in workplace - Borneo Post Online

Utusan Online, 10 April 2018

 

 

KUCHING:Safety is paramount no matter the size of the company, said Utilities Minister Dato Sri Dr Stephen Rundi Utom.Speaking at the Global Industrial Brand Seminar on Best Practices in Industrial
Safety and Productivity today, Dr Rundi said that no matter how small a company is, employers have to put an emphasis on safety so that their workers are safe.

“It will also be more productive and sustainable for your business,” he said.Around 60 participants from relevant industries attended IDEMCO Sdn Bhd’s inaugural seminar, which brought together product experts to talk about best practices in efficiency and safety through today’s product technological advancements.Products from some of these world renowned industrial brands are showcased to give guests an idea on the scope of supply that indemnity Sarawak is able to provide its clients in East Malaysia.

IDEMCO Sarawak is UPK licensed with a sales office in a Kuching and headquarters in Kuala Lumpur. The company aims to be the go-to supply partner in East Malaysia for world leading, high quality industrial tools and equipment.In 2016, IDEMCO Sarawak forged a partnership with Chee Fatt Co Pte Ltd (Singapore), one of South East Asia’s largest distributors of industrial tools and equipment.Also present were I DEMCO Kuala Lumpur Managing director Alan Chiang, IDEMCO Sarawak Chairman Dato Patrick CJ Liew, and Chee Fatt Co Pte Ltd (Singapore) owner Anthony Poh.

 

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