CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence






TASK FORCE ON INDUSTRIAL SAFETY


As the Indian economy assumes a more prominent position on the global stage, all eyes will be upon India Inc. to see how we can balance ambition and progress with equal emphasis on safety, inclusiveness and productivity

On the Safety front, the CII-Naoroji Godrej Centre of Excellence has set up a National Task Force on Industrial Safety.


Objectives

The objectives of this Task Force are to build & strengthen a culture of safety and to promote safety excellence in companies operating in India. These will be achieved through a variety of initiatives, including the sharing and embedment of best practices.



TASK FORCE MEMBERS

 


Chairman

Mr Anil Verma
Executive Director &President Designate
Godrej & Boyce Mfg Co Ltd

Deputy Chairman

Mr V B Sant
Director General,
National Safety Council

Members

Mr Srinivas Pranesh
Responsible Care & South Asia BASF India Limited
Mr Kamal Jha
Country General Manager
Honeywell India
Mr Ganesh Wagh
Head Safety Health & Environment,
Mahindra & Mahindra Limited
Mr Vijay Chourey
Chief & Corporate Safety,
The Tata Power Company Ltd
Mr S R Krishnan
General Manager (HSSE)
Bharat Petroleum
Mr Sanjib Bezbaroa
Director Designate,
ITC Ltd
Mr A N Shende
Chief General Manager (HSE),
RCF Ltd
Mr Surendra Mehta
Executive Vice President,
Corporate Human Resources Vodafone India Ltd
Dr Avinash K Dalal
National President AIMA MSME
Mr S P Garg
General Manager (HSE) / Head & Corporate
HSE Department GAIL (India) Limited
Mr Harsh Kumar
Director Designate
Mahindra & Mahindra Limited
Mr Suresh Tanwar
Chief & Group Safety & Health,
Tata Business Excellence Group (A division of Tata Sons)
Mr Viren Dhulla
Head – HSW
Vodafone India Limited

TRAININGS

BEST PRACTICES

This report upholds the need for maintaining safety at workplace as imperative for ensuring harmony, employee engagement and overall betterment. The insights and recommendations of this report will prove valuable to disseminate the need for greater interventions in safety and health and also to guide companies in evolving strategies for the purpose.The report points out that occupational illness include both direct cost - such as medical expense and employee compensation, and also indirect costs related to workplace disruption, loss of productivity and impact on reputation and morale. Outlining the various real life experiences, the report concludes that preventive measures bring high benefits to organisation.This report was released at Conference on Business Case for Safety held on 21 December 2016 at Mumbai.

Price: Rs 500.00; US $ 10.00

Contact:

CII - Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence

Phone : 91-22-25745146 / 5148

Email : ciicme@cii.in

SAFETY RATINGS

Workplace Safety and Health is not just a compliance issue but an imperative for sound management of business. As part of triple bottomline, it has secured a place in the agenda of board meetings of a few organisations. However, it needs to be seen as a “Strategic Differentiator”, one that helps organisations win at the market place.


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Contact Us

CII Naoroji Godrej Centre of Manufacturing Excellence
Godrej Station-side Colony, Opp Railway Station,
Vikhroli (East), Mumbai – 400 079

: (022) 25745146/5148
: (022) 25743361
ciicme@cii.in