OTML Managing Director and CEO

Apprentices Sign Contracts With OTML

The trainees comprising of 12 males and 12 females, signed their contracts with OTML’s Training and Development Department and the National Apprenticeship and Trade Testing Board (NATTB).

Acting Manager Learning and Development, Morris Nandun highlighted to the apprentices the importance of safety, discipline, and professional conduct at OTML.

“They were informed of the rules and standards of behaviour set out by the company including the Golden Rules, Safe Work Procedures, and OTML Values,” he said.

OK Tedi to develop region with increased TCS

Along with strengthening production from the mine, the change will see a significant increase in annual tax credits, where the funds will be used to develop essential projects in Health, Education, Law & Justice and Transport Infrastructure & Utilities, in the Western and neighboring Sandaun Provinces.