On the occasion of the International Worker's Day, HE the Minister of Municipality and Environment Mohamed bin Abdullah al-Rumaihi has honoured some cleaning workers for their efforts in serving the country in general and in particular in maintaining the cleanliness of its public facilities.
HE the minister thanked them and appreciated their efforts as part of marking the occasion, which falls on May 1 annually. He wished them a happy day and stressed that they are an integral part of keeping the various areas of the country clean.
In the meantime, Safar Mubarak al-Shafi, director of the Public Cleaning Department at the Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME), pointed out that such appreciation is part of taking care of its workers and staff for their various civic services in the different fields and departments. It is also a part of the general trend of the country of protecting the rights of workers.
He said that the MME has taken the best care of its workers and provided them with various high quality services including comprehensively serviced accommodation, with all the necessary facilities and modern means of transport.
Besides, they are provided with good clothes that suit both the nature of their work and the local environment to give them the necessary comfort and protection.
In addition, the MME has approved a work timing schedule that allows cleaning workers to do their job in the afternoon to avoid the direct heat of the sun.
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