AM/NS India’s Pune facility conferred prestigious Greentech Safety Award 2020

New Delhi: ArcelorMittal Nippon Steel India (AM/NS India), a joint venture between ArcelorMittal and Nippon Steel – two of the world’s leading steel companies – was honoured with the coveted ‘Greentech Safety Excellence Award 2020’ for ‘Outstanding Achievements in Safety Excellence’ category for its Pune facility. Health & Safety is of paramount importance across all business verticals at AM/NS India. The Pune facility outperformed across 16 parameters of the award including Zero Reported Accidents during the year, Management of Fall Protection and Confined Space Entry, and the COVID 19 mitigation response, to name a few.
Mr. G. Jaya Prakash, Head – HSE (Health, Safety, and Environment) at AM/NS India’s Pune facility received the award from Mr. Kamleshwar Sharan – Chairman and CEO at Greentech Foundation, during the recently held OHS (Occupational Health and Safety) summit at Chennai.
Brimming with pride, Mr. Revinipati Sridhar – Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer, AM/NS India’s Pune facility – said “At AM/NS India, safety is our highest priority, and is built into the foundation of our organisation. We are constantly improving our safety mechanisms to ensure a conducive working environment for all our employees. We are humbled and honoured to receive the coveted Greentech Safety Award in recognition of our ongoing efforts and commitment to building a safe and secure workplace.”

AM/NS India’s Pune Facility was adjudged the winner among several industry majors, including public sector undertakings.

In its 19th annual event, the Greentech Safety Awards honoured exemplary initiatives that provided a comprehensive look at exceptional examples and achievements of reducing incidents and accidents at workplaces. The purpose of Greentech Safety Awards is to continue promoting improvements in workplace safety, encourage workplace safety management and recognise workplace safety as an ethical responsibility to both employer and employees.

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