Sukinda Chromite Mine (SCM) of Tata Steel
in Jajpur district of Odisha bagged four awards at the safety week organised by
the Directorate General of Mines Safety (DGMS).
SCM received the first prize in Electrical
Safety, Code of Practices / Safe Operating Procedure of Heavy Earth Moving
Machinery Maintenance (HEMMs) and Monsoon Preparedness and second prize in
Penetration of OMMS application in the mine, a company release said today.
Prof Arvind Mishra of ISM Dhanbad, who was
the chief guest at the function, guest of honour S Roychoudhury, GM, Safety,
MCL, Prof G K Pradhan of Satna University and R Subramanium, Director Mines
Safety, DGMS, Bhubaneswar gave away the awards.
The half- yearly safety week celebrations
were organised under the aegis of DGMS, Union Ministry of Labour and
Employment, Bhubaneswar region.
The best safety practices were shared in
the presentation made from June 1 to June 10, 2017 across all the mines of
Bhubaneswar region of the DGMS including chromite mines in Sukinda valley,
bauxite mines, limestone mines, graphite, quartzite, granite mines and
decorative stones mines in Berhampur area.
A total 35 mines and 250 mine workers participated in the safety week