Manufacturing news

Subscribe to industry newsletters

Bizcommunity has over 400 industry contributors and we always welcome further contributions and contributors.
Advertise with us
Advertise & RatesMy Account
Company press officeList company
Recruitment packagesSubmit job ad
Download ratecard
Manufacturing news

Struandale plant receives Ford's President Award

7 Mar 2012 06:30
Ford Motor Company of Southern Africa's (FMCSA) Struandale engine plant was recently recognised in Ford's President Awards for its progress in the field of health and safety.
Dr Bonakele Qabaka received an award for Excellence in Health and Safety Leadership in the company's global awards. Dr Qabaka joined the Struandale plant nearly two years ago and has since actively supported the implementation of the new safety operating system. In so doing, he continuously challenges those involved to work actively towards creating a safe work environment.

HIV/Aids prevention programme

"It is an honour to receive this accolade," he commented. "I strongly believe in the slogan 'batho pele', meaning people first and I am grateful to Ford for providing us with the platform that makes this possible."

FMCSA'S HIV/Aids team was also honoured with an award for the implementation of a HIV/Aids prevention programme. The HIV/Aids team - Kurt Bothman, Ivy Appolis, Serano Vardy and Siphiwo Dyani - worked tirelessly in their efforts to establish an external support partnership with the Automotive Industry Development Centre in rolling out HIV/Aids prevention programmes.
    
 
LEGAL DISCLAIMER: This Message Board accepts no liability of legal consequences that arise from the Message Boards (e.g. defamation, slander, or other such crimes). All posted messages are the sole property of their respective authors. The maintainer does retain the right to remove any message posts for whatever reasons. People that post messages to this forum are not to libel/slander nor in any other way depict a company, entity, individual(s), or service in a false light; should they do so, the legal consequences are theirs alone. Bizcommunity.com will disclose authors' IP addresses to authorities if compelled to do so by a court of law.

News