India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized

India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized
India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized/
India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized
India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized/

India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized

India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized

India Shines in International Safety Awards: 313 Companies Recognized

Key Highlights:

  1. 313 Indian organizations awarded prestigious International Safety Awards for 2024.
  2. Significant representation from sectors like construction, manufacturing, oil, gas, and mining.
  3. British Safety Council acknowledges commitment to preventing injuries and promoting wellbeing.

India once again demonstrates its commitment to health, safety, and wellbeing as a record-breaking 313 organizations receive the esteemed International Safety Awards for 2024. The gala event, held at The Leela in Mumbai, celebrated the achievements of these companies across various sectors, including construction, manufacturing, oil, gas, and mining. This year’s winners surpassed the previous count, showcasing a growing dedication to workplace safety and employee wellness.

The International Safety Awards, now in their 64th year, highlight organizations worldwide that excel in preventing workplace injuries and promoting health. Notably, the British Safety Council emphasizes the importance of mental health and wellbeing in addition to physical safety. Mike Robinson, Chief Executive of British Safety Council, lauds the winners, underscoring the significance of their achievements in fostering a safer work environment.

With a global vision of eliminating work-related injuries and illnesses, the British Safety Council recognizes the vital role of effective safety management in business growth. The extensive list of awardees underscores the notion that prioritizing health and safety is not only a legal obligation but also a strategic business advantage. By celebrating the accomplishments of these organizations, the British Safety Council aims to inspire others to prioritize employee wellbeing, ultimately fostering safer workplaces and healthier communities.

(Inputs from NewsVoir)

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