The Oiltown Safety Committee (OSCo) made a ‘Safe Visit’ to the Ministry of Education’s (MoE) Life Long Learning Centre (L3C) to help improve its campus safety practices yesterday.
The non-government organisation OSCo visited the L3C Campus to spead safety awareness and demonstrate the importance of safety practices in the industrial field. It also aimed to assist L3C in improving and providing recommendations on safety for their facilities on campus.
OSCo hoped to ensure the buildings and facilities are safe to be fully occupied by the public, mainly students and staff. OSCo Chairman Syarqawi Sunarto and L3C’s Head of Administration and Finance Division Muhammad Farid Hakkim bin Haji Kamarhan led the visit, joined by 20 other members of the OSCo and L3C representatives including board members and management staff
OSCo has some 150 registered members comprising professional and experienced workers as well as uniformed personnel in Brunei Darussalam with an emphasis on the Oil and Gas industry. The organisation’s main goal is to spread safety awareness to the community.