Mangaluru: Marian Projects with Mallcom India observes national safety day

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Daijiworld Media Network-Mangaluru (JD)

Mangaluru, Mar 4: Marian Projects Pvt Ltd. in collaboration with Mallcom India celebrated the National Safety Day on Friday, March 4 at the construction site of Marian Promenade, Kadri Kambala. The initiative was conducted as part of the National Safety Day/Week Campaign, celebrated across India every year under the National Safety Council to enhance the safety awareness among people. The theme for this year’s celebration was to ‘Strengthen the Safety movement to Achieve Zero Harm’.

Presiding the event were Ujwal D’souza, Director - O & A, Marian Projects; Srinivas, Proprietor - Induscare Equipments; Rana Das, General Manager Marketing– Mallcom India and Safety Consultants Norbert Rodriguez & Ashok Kumar. Over 150 on-site workers, staff and safety personnel’s of Marian Projects Pvt. Ltd. were trained in Precautions and Safety practices for Fire Safety, Fall Protection and use of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as Safety Helmets, Harness, Hand Gloves, Dust Mask, Safety Boots and Safety Goggles. A Fire Safety Drill was also conducted on the site to teach the workers on immediate fire relief measures and use of Fire Extinguishers.

Speaking on the occasion, Ujwal D'souza, Director- O & A of Marian Projects Pvt. Ltd said "We give importance to safety of workers everyday in our company. Our workers hail from different parts of the country and are here away from families, it is our duty to look after the safety of our workers. So I call upon every worker to work with safety measures and remain safe from dangers."

Speaking on the occasion Rana Das, Marketing Head of Mallcom safety consultants said "We are celebrating the Safety day today. But, Safety practices should be an everyday ritual. There cannot be life without safety. We are in danger every moment in life. One must be thankful to Marian Projects, as the safety training is given in only a few companies today"

Marian Projects cares for its internal customers/ employees and always practiced the safety culture at its workplace and in its every project. Since its inception, every project site has been employed with Safety Officers who overlook the site and maintain the highest safety standards. The worker camps and sites are provided with Safety tools along with regular training camps and talks on the use and up-gradation of safety equipments, sanitation and hygiene. It is therefore that this safety awareness camp comes naturally to the company. 


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  • Ivan Saldanha, Mangalore/ Dammam, K.S.A

    Sat, Mar 05 2016

    Congratulation to Mr.Ujwal D'Souza and the entire team at Marian Projects Pvt.Ltd. for taking the initiative in organising the National Safety day with practical training in precautions and safety practices for Fire safety, Fall protection and use of various personal protective equipment like Safety Helmets, Boots,Gloves, Mask, Harness etc and also holding the fire safety drill. While working in Gulf, Most of the International construction companies like JGC-Japanese, CCC - Arab- Lebanese, Oil co's like Aramco,KOC etc, the slogan is Safety First. Wearing of Safety helmets and safety boots is compulsory. Employment of safety officer is a must. Glad to see these major development in our native Mangalore by Marian Projects and wish you all the success and progress in your ventures.

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  • Ullas Dsouza, Poland

    Sat, Mar 05 2016

    Dear Ujwal Naveen and the whole Marian Team,
    Good work, very well done, really proud to be a customer of Marian. God bless and keep up the good work.Very nice initiative from you.

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  • Sarinapriya, Fermai

    Sat, Mar 05 2016

    Good Luck Marian Team !! You organisation is stepping high towards Mfar Safety Standards

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  • Patrick Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Mar 05 2016

    Congratulation Ujwal and his team for taking initiative in safety. It speaks volume of standard and quality you have maintained in your projects. I wish Marian Projects all the success in future endeavour.

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  • Felix D Souza, Kapikad- Mumbai

    Sat, Mar 05 2016

    Well done Mr Navin & Ujwal, u meets the international standard of safety first. Keep it up. But observe all labours must have min education equilent metric.

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  • Merwin Colaco, Derebail

    Fri, Mar 04 2016

    Nice initiative by Marian Projects Pvt Ltd.Keep up the good work.

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  • Leslie Rego, Bendur

    Fri, Mar 04 2016

    Efforts in creating awareness of safety while working in the construction site is the prime responsibility of the contracting company. Many a times these norms remain only in the document, in that respect Ujwal and Naveen your efforts are commendable. May this initiative set an example to other builders and contractors. Proud of you....

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  • Kiran Menezes, Mangalore

    Fri, Mar 04 2016

    A very good initiative by marian Infrastructure. Seldom people give importance to basic safety measures as most of the time they are not aware of it. Keep up the good practice and work safely where ever you work. Safety and Common sense go hand in hand.....

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