Southern maritime safety firm honoured for labour policy

TTXVN-VNA | 21-12-2016 | 17:00 |

Illustrative image (Source: VNA)

Ba Ria – Vung Tau (VNA) – The Southern Vietnam Maritime Safety Corporation has been awarded by the Vietnam General Confederation of Labour for its excellent labour policies in 2016.

Founded in 1975 as a unit of the Ministry of Transport, the company has worked to manage warning systems and traffic flow at sea as well as offer maritime construction, guide and rescue services. It has been effectively operated without any accidents and recorded good revenue growth over the years.

The company has organised annual training courses for staff, with participation rate averaging 80 percent of its total employees.

In 2014, average income per employee was recorded at 13.5 million VND (594 USD) per month. The figure increased to 14.8 million VND (651.2 USD) per month in 2016.

The efforts to improve the working environment and ensure labour benefits have encouraged the workers dedicate to their duties despite difficulties of working for months at sea./. 





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