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Trombay thermal plant receives safety award from National Safety Council

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Tata Power, India’s largest integrated power utility’s Trombay thermal power plant recently won the safest workplace award by The Maharashtra Chapter of National Safety Council (NSC) for achieving ‘Longest Accident Free Period (more than Ten Lakhs Man-Hours in a year) in Power Generation, Transmission & Distribution Indusirail Group’ for the year 2017.

Shirish Kamat, Chief, Operations & Maintenance and Hiren M Chauhan, Head Safety & Fire, Tata Power received the award on behalf of entire Trombay Division. S. P. Rathod, Director In-Charge, Industrial Safety and Health, Government of Maharashtra was the Chief Guest at the award ceremony.

“Safety and security of our employees are of prime importance. This award is a testament of Tata Power’s diverse services portfolio with strong precautionary measures ensuring the successful run of our plant without a single industrial accident. We would like to thank the Maharashtra Chapter of the National Safety Council for recognising our efforts.” Said Praveer Sinha, CEO & Managing Director, Tata Power.

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