The Power Distribution Services (PDS) Ghana on Wednesday joined hundreds of Ghanaians to mark the International Labour Day with a pledge to deliver quality and reliable electricity services, backed by a customer-oriented workforce, to propel socio-economic development.
The Reverend William Hutton-Mensah, the PDS Chief Executive Officer, noted that as the global community acknowledged the contributions of workers, “PDS salutes the Ghanaian worker whose contributions we consider as vital for development of the country”.
Rev. Hutton-Mensah, in an interview with the Ghana News Agency to observe the 2019 May Day celebration; called for healthy working relationship across the field.
He said: “Peaceful environment serves as the foundation for progressively industrial development”.
The Chief Executive said PDS would continue to strive to be among the best power utility companies in Africa.
He said PDS sought to work towards injection of a new sense of values to ensure professionalism, openness, wellbeing, excellence, and reliability into its operations for the benefit of workers and customers.
Rev. Hutton-Mensah explained that those values hinged on professionalism, technical competence, discipline, team work, high operational standards and quality assurance, whilst “our openness stands on communication, transparency, integrity and trustworthiness.”
“Welfare and safety of employees, customers and the general public as well as protection of company property are key as we move forward to provide excellent services to exceed expectations of both internal and external customers through demonstrated integrity”.
The PDS CEO said through concerted efforts the Board, Management and Staff would work to supply quality products, reliable services and prompt response to customers’ needs as well as new sense of commitment to duty.
“From the Board, Management and Staff of PDS we salute you all, as we mark May Day,” Rev Hutton-Mensah stated.
The 2019 May Day is on the theme: “Sustainable Pension for All: The Role of Social Partners”.