National Safety Day 4th March 2009 Malanjkhand Copper Project

National Safety Day 4th March 2009 Malanjkhand Copper Project, Hindustan Copper Limited
The National Safety Day Campaign being spearheaded by the National Safety Council of India to mark its Foundation Day (4th March) has significantly contributed to reduction in the rate of industrial accidents and created wide spread safety awareness. The campaign is comprehensive, general and flexible with an appeal to the participating organisations to develop specific activities as per their safety requirements
Objectives
to take Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) movement to different parts of the country.
to achieve participation of major players in different industrial sectors at different levels.
to promote use of participative approach by employers by involving their employees in SHE activities.
to promote development of need-based activities, self-compliance with statutory requirements and professional SHE management systems at work places.
to bring into the fold of voluntary SHE movement sectors, which have not so far been statutorily covered.
to remind employers, employees and others concerned of their responsibility in making the workplace safer.

N G Nair, Mining Engineer from Copper Mines in India - Mobile 09425898691


National Safety Day 4th March 2009 of Crushing and Concentrator Complex will be celebrated at Malanjkhand Copper Project, Hindustan Copper Limited. 

Mr. G L Bhatoa, General Manager, Hindustan Copper Limited, Malanjkhand Copper Project has been kind enough to give his consent to grace the occasion as Chief Guest. 

Programme

Welcome of Chief Guest

Flag Hosting by Chief Guest

Safety Oath by Safety Committee Member

Wecome Address by DGM (Conc.)

Address by Gen, Secretary B.K.M.S.

Address by Chief Guest.

Vote of Thanks. 

Shri B K Bhagat, Chirman, National Safety Day Organizing Committee, Malanjkhand Copper Project.

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