‚ÄčYour safety is your responsibility, says MD

Mombasa -May 28, 2018

KPA Managing Director Mrs. Catherine Mturi-Wairi has urged employees to be responsible for their own safety and that of their colleagues while at the workplace.

Addressing staff and port users at the KPA headquarters during the flagging off of the KPA safety week, the MD asked them to take advantage of the Authority's health awareness initiatives at strategic work places for medical checkups to improve on their health and that of their families.

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 Managing Director Mrs. Catherine Mturi-Wairi addressing employees and port users at the KPA headquarters.

"A healthy workforce is the pillar of high productivity," said Mrs. Wairi.

General Manager Operations and Harbour Master Captain William Ruto was also present during the flagging off session.

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Peer educators presenting a skit on safety during the ceremony.

The theme for this year's KPA Safety Week scheduled for 28th to 31st May 2018 is "Safety starts with me, Nitawajibika."

Various activities have been planned for the week at various workplaces aimed at creating safety awareness and sensitisation.

Departments through their Departmental Safety Committees are expected to make presentations on their interpretations of the theme in their day-to-day activities.

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General Manager Operations and Harbour Master Captain William Ruto (L) was also present during the event.

Insurance and Commercial Departments will also give brief presentations.

The week will culminate to an official ceremony on Thursday, May 31, 2018 at the headquarters to be presided over by the MD.  

The KPA Taarab group and KPA peer educators are among the entertainment teams that will be performing during the event.