Considered to be the first and only Safety Training Organization based in MIMAROPA, Petrosphere Incorporated has been recently given a three-year full accreditation from the Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE) Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC).
With the full accreditation, Petrosphere can continue its course offering nationwide. It has been conducting training on Basic Occupational Safety and Health (BOSH), Construction Safety and Health (COSH), and soon, advanced courses such as Loss Control Management, Safety Program Audit, Occupational Safety and Health Management System, and many others.
“We are thankful for the continued trust and support of all our stakeholders, especially to our clients from all industries not only here in Palawan, but in the whole country,” says Mr. Ariel S. Dulay, Chief Operations Officer / Vice-President of Operations.
Petrosphere delivers its services in key cities in the Country, and most of which were in-house courses in companies from manufacturing, energy, construction, and healthcare sectors. It catered to companies such as Shell, Brunel, Juwi Energy, Ching Bee Manufacturing Company, Delta P, Berong Nickel Company, Rio Tuba Nickel Company, and many others.
Primarily, the Company aims to raise the awareness of Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) in the Province of Palawan and in the whole country, and with this at hand, its CEO & President Engr. Harthwell C. Capistrano is actively pursuing stronger partnerships with several institutions including the Province of Palawan and the Puerto Princesa City Government Units.
“We exist not mainly for business, but also for our core campaign and advocacy to increase the level of OSH Awareness from the education sector, up to the Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs), and businesses across industries, and we can do this through the help and collaboration of the government and non-government organizations,” Engr. Capistrano said.
In July 2017, Petrosphere received its temporary accreditation, while it’s being monitored and reviewed by the DOLE OSHC. After a thorough review of the reports submitted, the accrediting body released the full approval which will last until 2021.