EHS Best Practices Sharing Session
30 May 2018 : Hotel Vivanta by Taj, Bengaluru
Two-day Mission to EHS Excellence Companies
31 May - 1 June 2018 : Bengaluru
Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) are of paramount importance to all the organisations in the current scenario. The organisations have realized that it needs to take a quantum jump to be at par with the developed world. Understanding the importance of the EHS for every organisations, CII has spearheaded in recognising and educating EHS practices of various companies who excel in implement it effectively in their work area to others as a learning activity.
EHS Best Practices Sharing Session Two-day Mission to EHS Excellence Companies
In order to encourage more organisations to practice EHS, CII has been conducting EHS Excellence Awards over the last decade. The CII-SR EHS Excellence Awards initiative is designed to provide a benchmarking tool to compare EHS best practices across South India and assist in continual process improvement, especially given the quality of the information and the outstanding companies assessed.
CII is also organizing a one-day Best Practices Sharing Session on EHS on 30 May 2018 at Hotel Vivanta by Taj, Bangalore.
The following best rated companies of EHS Excellence Awards 2017 have been invited to make a presentation at the Session.
Biocon Ltd, Hyderabad
Eaton Power Quality Pvt Ltd, Puducherry
Lucas TVS Ltd, TV Koil
Hyundai Motor India Ltd, Sriperumbudur
Hindustan Unilever Ltd, Puducherry
Bosch Ltd, Bidadi
Eisai Pharmaceuticals India Pvt Ltd, Vizag
United Breweries Ltd, Mysuru
Dalmia Cement (Bharat) Ltd, Ariyalur
Vedanta Ltd - Cairn Oil and Gas , Ravva Offshore & Onshore Facility, Yanam
As a part of learning, we are also organizing EHS Best Practices Mission to companies in Bangalore. The Mission is being organized on 31 May and 1 June 2018 at Bangalore.
Please find below the tentative schedule of the visit:
John F Welch Technology Centre
Volvo India Pvt Ltd &
Toyota Kirloskar Motors India Ltd
Since the number of participants would be limited to 40 and registrations would be confirmed on first-come-first served basis.