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Doshi Group celebrates 45th National Safety Day

Posted: March 28th, 2016 | Author: | Filed under: Uncategorized | Comments Off
In accordance with the guidelines of the National Safety Council (NSC), March 4th to 10 is celebrated every year as ‘National Safety Week’ globally.
We at Doshi Housing celebrated the 45th National Safety Day on March 4th this year, at Doshi Risington, Karapakkam, Central OMR, Chennai. The event witnessed significant participation from both workers and staff at the site.
To honour the values of NSC, the event was flagged off with the hoisting of the national safety flag. Thereafter, brief talks educated workers on workplace safety measures at the construction site.
To lighten the mood, a spell of entertainment followed in the form of dance and singing competitions for the site workers and staff.
A highlight of the event was a drawing competition, whose theme was ‘Workplace Safety’
The grand finale of the event was the prize distribution for the winners of the various competitions announced.
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Origins of the National Safety Council, India
The proposal to set up a National Safety Council (NSC), in India, for conducting a Conference on ’Safety in Factories’ and a campaign on accident prevention, was first recommended at the 22nd Session of The Labour Ministers’ Conference, in 1962.
The President’s first Conference on Industrial Safety, was organised in Delhi from December 11th to 13th, 1965 by the Ministry of Labour and Employment, Government of India (GOI). At the time, the State Governments, Employers’ Organisations, Trade Unions and Institutions concerned had affirmed the need for setting up of National and State Safety Councils.
The 24th Session of the Standing Labour Committee accepted the proposal concerning the constitution of the National Safety Council (NSC) in February, 1966. The Indian chapter of the NSC was set up on March 4th, 1966 by the Ministry of Labour, Government of India.
It was registered as a Society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and subsequently, as a Public Trust under the Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950.​

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