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The Strategic Plan of the Occupational Safety and Health Center (OSHC) is the product of the two-day strategic planning workshop held in August 6 and 7, 1998 at the OSHC complex in Quezon City. Conducted by the OSHC and facilitated by the Associated Resources for Management Development, Inc. (ARMDEV), the planning workshop was attended by 36 participants which included representatives of OSHC’s stakeholders, namely labor groups; employers/clients; NGO; DOLE; academe/government organizations; and the management and key staff members of the OSHC.




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  Protecting Filipino workers against accidents and illnesses and promoting workers' welfare through effective programs that enhance productivity.

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