Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Policy

Environment, Health & Safety (EHS) Policy
  • Necessary No Objection Certificate (NOC) for consent to operate shall be obtained from the State Pollution Control Board.
  • Adequate greenery and cleanliness shall be maintained within the factory premises.
  • The pond inside the factory premises shall be cleaned at regular intervals.
  • All power back-up systems shall be fitted with standard exhaust outlets and exhaust fumes shall be checked at regular intervals by an appropriate authority approved by the State Pollution Control Board.
  • Waste water and ambient air shall be checked at regular intervals by an appropriate authority approved by the State Pollution Control Board.
  • All waste generated inside the production area shall be dumped in a designated concrete pit and disposal shall be done through an appropriate authority approved by the State Pollution Control Board.
  • A complaint register shall be made available at the security office to lodge complaints by any person regarding environmental hazards.
  • An effort shall be made to use environment friendly packaging materials.
  • Adequate control and monitoring shall be conducted to reduce waste generation through process improvement, recycling and reuse.
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as ear plugs, gloves, safety goggles, safety aprons etc shall be provided to personnel depending on the nature of their activities.
  • The location of asbestos sheets used in roofing shall be identified and marked in the factory floorplan drawing and caution boards shall be placed there.
  • All moving machinery shall be guarded to minimise the chance of accidents.
  • Adequate firefighting measures shall be adopted such as installing fire extinguishers and regularly refilling them. Fire drills shall be conducted regularly and a register shall be maintained to monitor this activity. All fire exits shall be marked with designated stickers.
  • All electrical distribution boxes shall be marked with designated stickers.
  • All sanitary facilities shall be cleaned regularly and a register shall be maintained to monitor this activity. The sanitary facilities shall be inspected by the State Public Health Engineering Department regularly and the necessary clearance shall be obtained.