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JK Tyre & Industries plants that are present in Mysore, Laskar, Banmore and Chennai have successfully achieved a five-star rating for its top of the line practice in Safety Audit and Occupational Health.
One of the leading tyre manufacturing companies, JK Tyre & Industries has acquired a significant quality benchmark for its production practices. The company’s plants that are present in Mysore, Laskar, Banmore and Chennai have successfully achieved a five-star rating for its top of the line practice in Safety Audit and Occupational Health.
The ratings mentioned above have been granted by the British Safety Council. This certification was awarded to JK Tyre & Industries after they showed their dedication towards constant developments in fields of health and safety control systems and correlated arrangements. “The award of a five-star grading following our occupational best practice Health and Safety Audit is an outstanding achievement and is reflective of a proactive organization which is committed to continual improvement in its health and safety arrangements and managing risks to workers’ health, safety, and welfare” was stated by David Parr, the Policy and Technical Services Director of British Safety Council.
The production facilities experienced a series of sturdy, broad and quantified evaluation of its industrial health and safety practices and policies. The leading tyre manufacturer claims that the process of the audit covered a review of documentation, interviews with senior management and other essential stakeholders. Mr Rajiv Prasad, President of JK Tyre & Industries Ltd. said that their achievement is a reflection of the company’s commitment towards maintaining top-class manufacturing standards across all its facilities. This certification has further encouraged the brand to continue with its efforts in the direction of safe manufacturing. The audit evaluated the performance in terms of the key indicators for health and safety management. Before awarding the five-star rating, a detailed review was performed analyzing over sixty component elements.
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