On January 31, 2024, Atty. Frederick Joe N. Robles and Edilberto Unson led a crucial session at CDA Region I, reechoing the significance of risk management. The primary goal of this session was not just to identify risks within each section but to actively reduce the potential for injury and illness associated with work, fostering a safer and healthier working environment for all employees.
The overarching purpose of the reechoed risk management initiative was to instill a heightened awareness of potential hazards across various sections within CDA Region I. By pinpointing and understanding these risks, employees are empowered to take proactive measures, ultimately minimizing the likelihood of workplace injuries and illnesses. This aligns with the broader commitment to ensuring the well-being and safety of every individual contributing to the cooperative development in the region.
Atty. Frederick Joe N. Robles and Edilberto G. Unson, through their expertise, emphasized the importance of a comprehensive risk management approach. Beyond mere identification, the aim is to establish preventive measures and protocols that will create a secure and conducive working environment.
This session served as a proactive step towards not only addressing current risks but also instigating a culture of continuous improvement in safety practices within CDA Region I. (Jas Ferrer, CDS II)