The employees both from HGDC’s Para and Juni Camps underwent the training from the 14th of May- 16th of May 2019.
The training was conducted by the world’s largest medical and travel security services firm, International SOS.
HGDC Chairman Tuguyawini Libe Parindali presented certificates at the Para Camp over the weekend in a small occasion witnessed by HGDC Para Camp employees.
HGDC Camps and Compliance Manager Roger Charman said all employees passed the course.
“The trainers were make-up of 5 employees from the HESL Civil Maintenance Division and 5 from Para Camps,” he said.
“The HGDC management warmly congratulates each participant for the skills and knowledge acquired in the space of first aid conducted by SOS which has a esteemed reputation around the globe in providing first aid services amongst others. These skills are added value to the company and the employees themselves.” Chaman said.
Mr. Charman said a further Advance First Aid Training was schedule for the coming months with ISOS as well.
8th June, 2019:The staff of the Para Camp at the Hides Gas Development Company joined mourning relatives of the mother of a HGDC staff. Entire HGDC fleet of vehicles convoyed to the funeral area as a sign of respect and sorrow. The staff contributed cash and delivered to the relatives. The team was led by Community Affairs Supritendent Moris Hia. Hia when presenting the cash relayed the condolence of the board of directors and the senior management to the relatives of the deceased.
Informing a colleague of safety measures at the workplace is very important to the safety of each employee and the overall reputation of a company. A work-force caring for each other builds trust amongst employees. The Hides Gas Development Company rendering contractual services to the world class PNGLNG Project in Hela strives to make sure every employee goes home safe and in good health. Its record commencing operations in 2009 speak for itself.
Last week, its employee Jack Alia (pictured left) received a Samsung Tablet Phone for informing a colleague to finish a phone call before continue work-which involved using a spade.
Alia won the smart phone as the winner of the best Observation & Intervention (O&I) Employee for the month of April
The Komo Rugby league in Hela has received a K100,000.00 boost from the Hides Gas Development Company (HGDC) over the weekend during its proper season opening on Sunday (14th April, 2019). Komo, which has been marred by tribal fights in recent in years is given a new lease of life through the motto “Lusim Gun na Play Rugby”, a community initiative fully supported by the Exxon Mobile PNG- operator of the PNGLNG project. Thousands flocked from Komo area and the wider Hela province to the Komo Rugby field to witness the event. ExxonMobil and HGDC delegates were given a grand welcome with traditional dancing and singing.
“HGDC as a local Landowner Company is very pleased to support this kind of community incentive to bring peace and harmony in the community,” HGDC Chairman Tuguyawini Libe Parindali said. HGDC Site Operations Manager Abel Voyorite when pledging the one hundred thousand Kina (K100, 000.00) stressed that HGDC as a landowner company would always back ExxonMobil in any community initiatives such as this Rugby League in Komo LLG.“After so many lives lost during tribal conflict, peace is what we must all strive for. HGDC applauds EMPNG and local communities for taking this initiative,” Mr Voyorite said.
This Rugby League in Komo LLG must not stop as one fine day a talented Hunters or Kumul player will come out of Komo. Mr. Voyorite said that he would monitor the usage of the money and urged the Komo Rugby League Management to come up with a budget which he will go through in detail before delivering his pledge of K100, 000.00. Chairman of the Komo Rugby League Dr. Michael Mai thanked HGDC for the donation on behalf of Komo Rugby League.
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