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Emaar India Celebrates 46th National Safety Day & Week

Gurugram,(8/3/17)Emaar India, the iconic brand and leading global property developer, is commemorating the 46th National Safety Day & Week at its project sites in Gurugram and Mohali. The week-long campaign, organised by the Company with active participation by its Contractors, is aimed at ensuring a healthy, safe and aware workforce, which sustains a Health, Safety and Environment (HSE)-compliant culture.Founded by National Safety Council of India, 4th March is celebrated as National Safety Day across the country, with National Safety Week conducted from 4th-10th March every year. The theme for this year is “Keep Each Other Safe”.

This year, various safety awareness activities and competitions are being organized at Emaar India project sites including Palm Terraces Select, Marbella, Palm Garden, Palm Hills, Imperial Garden, Gurgaon Greens, Emerald Estate, Emerald Hills, Emerald Plaza, Digital Greens, The Palm Drive and Colonnade in Gurugram and Mohali Hills in Mohali.

On this occasion, Mr. Sanjay Malhotra, Chief Executive Officer, Emaar India said, “Emaar India takes pride in the fact that our sites have almost negligible accident rates in the industry. We have always laid great emphasis to ensure a safe and healthy work environment for our workforce, while providing finest quality standards to our customers. Our HSE team constantly engages with the site labourers to drive home the importance of safety, thereby minimizing adverse incidents. On National Safety Day & Week, we reiterate our commitment towards employing safe work practices and continually meet and exceed higher HSE standards.”

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