LSS certificate ceremony

FLTR: Casper Ngwenya (Production Chef), Andrew St. Clair Laing (Chairman of LSS Board of Directors), Stella Mabautjana (LSS Director), Lonnah Baloyi (LSS Director), Julius Manayathela (Assistant Project Manager), Christian Serumula (Store Manager) and back: Zackea Radipabe (LSS CEO), Twenty Malubane (Project Manager), Ken Fussel (LSS Director) and Braam Rudolph (HR Manager)
FLTR: K. Maphoto, R. Makgae, J. Manyathela, middle: S. Matsoma, K. Makhutja, P. Thulare, A. Moroka, S. Mabautjana, L. Baloyi and back: Andrew St. Clair Laing, C. Robbertson, Z. Radipabe, J. Malubane, E. Matabologa, T. Malubane and K. Fussel

LEPHALALE — Lephalale Site Services (LSS) hosted a certificate ceremony on 9 September at Marapong Contractors Village to hand out training certificates to their employees who successfully completed their external training courses. The event was attended by the LSS Board of Directors.
Six managers and two quality controllers from LSS attended the Advanced ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management Systems Requirements and Implementation Training course over the period 26-30 June 2017.
This training was aimed at improving the knowledge and skills of the key players in the LSS quality management system. The course was facilitated by the British Standards Institution (BSI) and the certificates for successfully completing this training are also endorsed by the Royal Charter.
LSS has already obtained their ISO 9001:2015 QMS Certification from BSI on 28 September 2016 and recently passed their first annual surveillance audit.
Some of the other courses recognised at this ceremony was a SHE (Safety, Health & Environment) Representative training course at NOSA Lephalale which was attended by 13 LSS employees and four Health and Safety Interns. All completed their training successfully.
During his speech the Project Manager of LSS, Mr. Twenty Malubane, elaborated on the importance of training and encouraged the employees of LSS to grab any education opportunity they may get with both hands. LSS has created a culture of learning and will continue to do so for as long as employees are willing to be educated, he concluded.

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