The Commandant of Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL), Major Genaral Manjula Manathunga together with and several other key appointment holders made a visit to the ongoing construction site of the five storied accommodation building and site of the proposed Officers’ Mess at Ranaviru Apparel (RVAPL) Alawwa on Monday (11) morning, March 2019.
During his inspection at the site, the Commandant made several inquiries into various aspects of on-going Constructions and other facilities including infrastructure facilities, living condition personal problems of men and women serving at the Factory. Meanwhile, as the second session of the programme he visited the factory complex and inquired into the production process and before interviewing the troops who have made request to meet the commandant in order forward their problems.
On arrival at the main entrance to the Factory, the visiting Commandant was warmly received by Lieutenant Colonel Chaminda Thibbotuge, Factory Manager of Ranaviru Apparel Alawwa, in the company of several other senior Officers.
The Officers of RVAPL Alawwa and representatives of Corps of Engineer Services Lieutenant Colonel Disna Edirisinghe – Colonel Engineer Services and Caption Sesath Silwa who are responsible for its construction explained different areas of on-going project to the Commandant during the site visit.
On the same occasion, Major Genaral Manjula Manathunga gave some directions and suggestions to Factory Manager, project officer and representatives of Corps of Engineer Services on onward constructions.
Meanwhile, under the direction of Commandant emergency fire plan was activated in view of ascertaining the efficiency and skills of troops, on the fire extinguish drill as well as working conditions of fire equipments.
On the same occasion, the commandant visited to each and every section of factory to see the modus of operand and raised several questions on responsibility of individual who were engaging in fire drill, while instructing them to be professional in the field to meet any unexpected situation.
The day’s programme was terminated after the conference presided by the Commandant with the discussion of the current situation of both factories.
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