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Working to create a National Culture of Excellence in Workplace Safety, Health and Welfare for the Kingdom

Health and Safety Officer “HSO”

A Health and Safety Officer (HSO) is an employee of the company. His or her role is to provide first aid to any victim of an accident at work but also to be a player in prevention in his or her company. He or she is a delegate of the employer in matters of Occupational Health and Safety (OHS).

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MC&Co Prevention is the first training center that can deliver certified certificates recognized by the authorities in the Kingdom of Cambodia for the training of HSO.

Right Skills

  • Technical competency
  • Work ethic
  • Flexibility
  • Commercial awareness
  • Risk management
  • Customer service

Solid team

All our HSO trainers are Khmer national.

They are continously updating their skills and knowledge based on the recommendation of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).


MC&Co instructor has 15 years’ experience in HSO trainer training in Europe.

Both company directors are trained to first aid and prevention. One is also HSO trainer and has 20 years’ experience in NGOs as rescuer and trainer. One is also HSO and has 12 years’ experience in NGOs as rescuer.

Prevention = 3 values

The person

Head of the company, managers and employees must all be involved in the entire process and understand the complexities in the company work situations.

Social dialogue

It is essential for all employees to be involved in prevention.


Employees’ commitment being a key condition for prevention policy implementation. Managing teams need to communicate clearly about the objectives taking into account reality of work situations.

Performant material

Even the best HSO needs the best materials.

All our material providers are respecting the US and EU norms.

We selected these materials and brands based on our experience with the certainty that they are the most efficient materials to help HSOs to preserve life in the occurrence of a life threatening accident.

Everyone deserves to be safe at work

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