CTPS employees takes Safety, Health pledge on National Security Day Fortnight

Chandrapura: On the occasion of the 50th National Security Day Fortnight, a safety and health pledge was taken by the employees of DVC on Friday. The programme was organized by the Security Department of Chandrapura Thermal Power Station (CTPS), DVC, scheduled to be concluded on 10 March.

Speaking on the occasion, Subodh Kumar Gupta, Chief Engineer and Project Head, DVC, said that by working safely in any institution, his family, society and country are safe. “Taking full care of safety while working is the ultimate duty of all of us,” he added.

He said that we will be successful in making our family society and country prosperous only by remaining safe. In any case, it is our duty to follow the safety rules.

Gupta took the pledge of safety and health in Hindi and also administered a pledge to the other employees present to make them comply with the rules of safety. He said that accidents and diseases make the economy weak and this disability is a cause of death and harmful to the health. Insecurity causes property damage, social distress and inactivating environment.

“We should make every effort to prevent accidents, prevent diseases and protect the environment in the interest of our family, organization, society, and nation,” he added.

Chief Safety Officer Anil Kumar administered the security and health pledge to the attendees. Deputy Chief Engineer Satyendra Kumar Sharma, Vivek Rastogi, Superintending Engineer M Rangaswamy, Rishikesh Kumar, Rajeev Kumar, Sunil Sinha, Anil Kumar, Ashok Choubey, Anil Kumar Singh, Suprabhat Jolie, Pratima Khalko including others were present on the occasion.


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