Reliance Industries Owned (RIL) owned Hazira Manufacturing site receives 5-Star Recognition

The Hazira Manufacturing Site of Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) has received 5-Star recognition from British Safety Council (BSC), for its “beyond compliance” initiatives, best practices, innovations and resource conservation efforts. The site is already a BSC 5-Star / Sword of Honor recipient for safety.
The story goes this way; RIL’s Hazira Manufacturing site was extensively audited during 13th to 16th October 2010 by Mr. Richard Failey, a British Safety Council auditor from UK with wide experience in the Oil and Gas industry. The audit spanned over four days involving document review, interactions and field visits across the complex.
Expressing his pleasure over the achievement, Sh. H. S. Kohli, President, RIL, mentioned that this eminent recognition paves the way for “Globe of Honor for Environment” from BSC in the coming year, which the site will enthusiastically contest for. He attributed the success to the members of the Environment Cell and the total participation by the entire Hazira Team.
The British Safety Council is a membership organization committed to providing services of the highest quality and value globally, whilst influencing and informing health and safety legislation, policy and debate for over 50 years. With up to 10,000 members and subscribers in around 50 countries, they provide up-to-date and accurate information and guidance on health, safety and environmental issues.
A Few Words of Wisdom by the man:

“As long as we place millions of Indians at the center of our thought process, as long as we think of their welfare, their future, their opportunities for self realization we are on the right track. For India can grow, prosper, flourish only if they grow, prosper, flourish. We cannot grow by any esoteric strategies. Our purchasing power, our economic strength, our marketplace all depends on the prosperity of our people.”
-Mukesh Ambani

“The organizational architecture is really that a centipede walks on hundred legs and one or two don’t count. So if I lose one or two legs, the process will go on, the organization will go on, the growth will go on.”


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