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Making a safer future

Safety and health in many societies is integrated among the systems used by the public, every day. However, cultural threads related to safety and health are largely ignored and neglected in many cases. For the lack of a better reason and sense, we admonish lack of resources, time and sometimes even start questioning key practices.

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Raising the game in Safety & Health

These incisive and consistent efforts of ASK-EHS leader, Mr. JK Anand (Founder & Director) were recognized via Safety Leadership award at EXCEED Awards, 2018 in the Silver category.This award recognizes the outstanding contribution of an individual who over the past years have made significant contribution.

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Change of Guard

On the industrial scale, hacking is a heinous crime that can endanger lives and mechanized assets. The likes of which were seen in far regions of Ukraine where whole cities went without power due to hacked power generation stations which were shutdown remotely.This is the extraneous challenges– solved by proactive network security

Skills for tomorrow

Skill based consolidation carved into the formal economy will shape up the future of India’s development. This can also be seen in the light of how the Indian government is codifying labour laws and acts under one roof – the draft is currently available on labour ministry website till 31st July for the public.

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Practical safety and health for monsoons

The seasonal reversing of winds accompanied with precipitation is the easy definition of monsoons. Rain-laden clouds carried by winds splitting over the largest peninsula in the world are eagerly awaited as they replenish water resources and prepare farmland for crops.

Psychosocial hazards

Psychosocial hazards at workplace

Risk assessment becomes the first line of defence as followed for any other OHS hazard. This would include using organizational data on absenteeism, turnover and lost work-time injuries, followed by assessment of worker complaints, observation of workplace in its entirety.