Article #1: Cultural Exhibits at the Polynesian Cultural Center: A Tour of our 6 Island Villages
Submitted by: Quinney Suaava, PCC Blogger
Along with the music, dance and hands-on activities throughout the Polynesian Cultural Center, there are a number of detailed exhibits sure to widen your understanding and appreciation of our beautiful island cultures. Quinney Suaava provides a great overview of what you’ll find during your visit. Read the full blog here!
Article #2: BYU–Hawaii Health & Benefits Fair
Submitted by: Micah Joshrom Pascual, Human Resources
The Polynesian Cultural Center participated in the annual Health & Benefits fair held at BYU–Hawaii, represented by our PCC Compensation & Benefits Team. It was a successful event! They worked with the BYU–Hawaii Benefits team and other vendors, including health institutions/companies, in bringing this event for all BYU–Hawaii employees, students, and community members. This event helps people learn more about special benefits and how employees and community members can engage and create a healthy work environment. Other participants that participated in the event were DMBA, Kaiser Permanente, Kahuku Medical Center, Foothold, Foot Zone Therapy, Costco, Ko’olauloa Health Center, Chaminade University and more!
Article #3: Safety Corner
Submitted by: Todd Nicholes, Safety Officer
At the Center, there are numerous electrical outlets, light switches and cords. Each one of these items can create a risk of electrical shock and/or fire. When you see an electrical issue, write a work order or inform your supervisor that a work order needs to be written to correct the hazard. Below are pictures of typical hazards that can be seen around the PCC. Make a difference by writing a work order and having these hazards repaired.