Megamas Training Company Sdn Bhd: Inspire No Harm
Tastylia (Tadalafil) Buy 20 MG Megamas Training Company Sdn. Bhd. (Megamas) is a thriving medium-sized business headquartered in Kuala Belait, Negara Brunei Darussalam (Brunei).
The company was incorporated on the 14th December 1989 and has three operating locations. Aside from its head office, Megamas has two additional sites in Kiulap, which provide classroom and office facilities for the Government and Bandar-based training and consultancy markets.
Megamas was the first integrated safety training provider registered in Brunei, and has evolved into a dynamic and reputable company that successfully delivers complete Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Training and Consultancy Solutions to a wide client base within the Asia Pacific region.
Today, Megamas provides training and consultancy services to a wide range of industry sectors, such as Oil and Gas, Maritime, Military, Civil Aviation, Power Generation, Construction, Transportation, Banking, Hoteliers, and Catering.
In the region, Megamas provides HSE training primarily for Brunei Shell Petroleum (BSP) Company, TOTAL, Petroleum Brunei and their contractors.
Megamas is also an OPITO Approved Training and Assessment Centre, on a 15-acre site with extensive facilities including 18 classrooms, a canteen, swimming pool, lifeboat station, fire ground, complex scaffolding area and material handling area, for various HSE courses requiring outdoor activities.
The company has a thriving and dedicated team of approximately 90 staff.
According to Roger Ainsworth, Executive Adviser, “We have been identified as a quality training provider and have established our position as a ‘World Class’ and market leader, with one of the finest facilities in South East Asia.
“Megamas is an accredited ISO 9001:2008 Training Centre. Having the accreditation has helped us, not just to improve, but be a top-class performer in both the services we deliver and the facilities we provide.
“We are specialists in Offshore, Fire, First Aid, Scaffolding, Material Handling, Defensive Driving, Food Hygiene, Technical and Marine Training.
“Megamas services can be carried out at our Training Centre, offshore, at client locations and at international venues.”
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“I started work in 1969 and except for 3 months in 1984, I have always been employed, which is now over 45 years. I have worked in the Oil and Gas, Chemical, and Pharmaceutical industries in various roles, so have gained experience at all levels.
“I became a MIChemE and Chartered Engineer in 1973 and subsequently, a FIChemE in 1998. I am a Chartered Scientist, Chartered Environmentalist, and a Member of the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health.”
“My responsibilities with Megamas are to ensure that the quality of our training courses remain at a very high standard and to ensure good customer service at all times.
“To do this, I promote teamwork and am a strong believer in a ‘pat on the back’ for good performance. Great success can only come from great support.
“Megamas is very much a ‘family’ and we all share in our success. We are one team, and our staff and management working together.”
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Megamas has received worldwide recognition, with numerous international awards bestowed on the company in recent years.
In 2015, Megamas won the Asia Corporate Excellence and Sustainability (ACES) Award, Singapore. During the same year, the company was voted the number one OPITO Approved Training Provider in the world, from 46 countries and 61 training providers.
Megamas has attained zero reported Lost Time Injury (LTI) cases since 1990, proving the ability to consistently keep safety at the forefront of its operations.
Congratulating Megamas on its LTI achievement, last year, the Brunei Minister of Communications said that a 25-year milestone was particularly significant given the overall increase in workplace accidents in Brunei; from 145 in 2010 to 167 in 2013.
LTI ranks second on the incident safety triangle, with only fatalities in the workplace considered more severe. Lost Time Injury means that an employee has to take time off because of an injury recorded on the job.
In 2016, the company achieved ‘26 Years LTI Free’ for outstanding safety performance
“The low LTI rate in our environment does provide some comfort that as an organisation, we are keeping a firm eye on safety and that we’re always working hard in pursuing the right kind of excellence.”
The RoSPA Awards have recognised and celebrated excellence in safety performance longer than any other awards scheme in the industry.
“It was very pleasing for Megamas to win the RoSPA Silver Awards in 2014 and 2016 because it is one of the most sought after accolades for organisations in every sector. The awards offer the opportunity to prove ongoing commitment to raising standards and to celebrate success.”
ROGER AINSWORTH – GUARDIAN ANGEL AWARD WINNER 2016
This years’ RoSPA Health & Safety Awards were truly international affairs, with award winners and guests representing organisations from around the world.
“The RoSPA Guardian Angel Award was presented to myself for making a demonstrable difference in the world of safety and accident prevention through personal initiatives, diligence, enthusiasm and commitment.”
Julia Small, RoSPA’s head of awards and events, said:
“This year was doubly special for our winners as their achievements were recognised as the RoSPA Awards celebrated its diamond anniversary, which is a ringing endorsement of the thousands of businesses and organisations that have committed to continuous improvement in accident and ill-health prevention.”
HEALTH, SAFETY & WELLBEING
Megamas believes that nobody should be killed, injured, or made ill by their work.
The company has consistently remained focused on its core belief that workers’ safety must always be the first and foremost consideration and priority.
Roger said, “Improving HSE performance is a collective effort which requires diligence and the rewarding of good performance.
“Megamas has always emphasised a positive health and safety culture and safe behaviour is fully integrated into everything our organisation does. We strive to ensure that our clients understand the need for active participation at all levels.”
Megamas has continuously emphasised growth and development and is always looking for ways and means to improve, both in the services it delivers as well as the facilities it provides.
The company also ensures its Mission Statement “Inspire No Harm” is ingrained in corporate beliefs, by holding daily Toolbox Talks with operational staff and weekly, quarterly and yearly meetings that enable employee participation. Out of work activities are also encouraged on a regular basis so that teams get the chance to bond.
“With the belief that a company’s strengths are in its people, Megamas ensures a ‘family’ culture runs strongly through all levels of our organisation. Over 40% of staff have been with us for over 10 years,” Roger commented.
To improve competency, Megamas employees are also given self-development and career progression opportunities with local and internationally recognised overseas training.
Megamas was one of the first safety training provider worldwide to have undertaken a Carbon Footprint Study to better understand its CO2 emissions.
“We also received the Green ICT Award during the 7th Brunei ICT Awards (BICTA) in October 2011,” Roger added.
Megamas offers courses to internationally recognised standards such as IOSH, NEBOSH, OPITO, LEEA, CIEH, CITB, RoSPA, British Safety Council and St John’s Ambulance.Megamas Training Company Sdn Bhd
“I am an advocate for embedding sensible safety into the heart of every business so that good and best practice is part of the fabric. My goal is to pursue no harm to people and to protect the environment.
“In offering advice to other professionals, I would suggest trying to embed a Just Culture with an atmosphere of trust that stresses recognition and rewards, good performance and consequence management based upon the provision of clear responsibilities and the elimination of a blame culture.
“Focus your career on developing a range of health and safety qualifications. Move up the qualifications ladder and then, see if you’re interested in a particular aspect of the subject.
“It is no coincidence that workplaces with the lowest accident rates employ more people with health and safety qualifications.
“Be safer, be qualified and Inspire No Harm.”
For more information, please visit: www.megamas.com
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