Tata Steel Kalinganagar Organises ‘Industrial Safety Training Programme’

Kalinganagar: Tata Steel Kalinganagar(TSK) organised a one-day training programme on ‘Industrial Safety’ in association with the Directorate of Factories & Boilers, Government of Odisha at the TSK Capability Development Training Center Auditorium on Monday.

This one-day programme organised in association with the Institute of Quality & Environment Management Services (IQEMS) was attended by more than 200 employees from the Safety Department of 21 industries across Jajpur district. The event was graced by Umesh Chandra Sutar, Deputy Director of Factories and Boilers, Jajpur Division, Government of Odisha as the chief guest along with Vineet Ranjan Tripathi, Operational Head, Neelachal Ispat Nigam LTD, Praveen V Thampi, Chief, Cold Roll Mill, Tata Steel Kalinganagar, Naga Prasantha, Chief, Mechanical Maintenance, Tata Steel Kalinganagar, Ravi S Mishra, Chief, Safety, Tata Steel Kalinganagar, Debashish Panigrahi, Managing Director, IQEMS, and other senior officials from various industries in and around Kalinganagar.

During the session, Umesh Chandra Sutar informed the participants on various aspects of Industrial Safety and emphasized on the importance of achieving zero incidents in industries and increasing the skill level of industrial workers through training and competency development.

Furthermore, five experienced trainers from IQEMS conducted training sessions on different topics such as Behavior Based Safety & Felt Leadership, Process Safety, Risk-Based Thinking, and Fire Safety.

Tata Steel Kalinganagar has always given priority to safety in its operations, and this training programme is another step towards achieving the goal.


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