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Nat’l Fire Fighters
Certificate Orange-Liberia

The government through its fire department, the Liberia National Fire and Rescue Service known as “National Fire fighters” over the weekend certificated Orange-Liberia for being in compliance with fire safety rules in all of its facilities for safe working environment up to international standards.
The certification comes as a result of risk assessment which was done by professionals from the fire department which is in the Liberian content document through a domain of exercise, physical security-fire.
Speaking during the ceremony at the headquarters of Orange Liberia, the Director of the Liberia National Fire and Rescue Service Colonel Alex K. Dickson said the objective of the exercise includes the verification of relevance of a crisis management plan and procedures, checking the actual operations of associated recovery solutions of fire-fighting equipment, plan, alert and resources.
Colonel Dickson further mentioned that the exercise is also to check the readiness of staffs in different crisis cells, awareness of the rules and procedures amongst others.
He then encouraged employees of Orange Liberia to follow all of the safety rules in case of physical fire outbreak both at home and at work place.
He wants other company including GSM to emulate the good example of Orange Liberia in having a safe working environment.
The management of Orange Liberia thanked the Liberian Government through the Liberia National Fire and Rescue Service for the physical exercise which makes the company the first to undergo such fantastic drill.

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