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On-site Training on processes and procedures for Health Safety and Environment for the Nagpur-Mumbai Maha-Samruddhi Mahamarg

Site-level orientation at 16 base-camps on compliances and procedures towards Health Safety and Environment (HSE) during the construction phase of the Nagpur Mumbai Maha Samruddhi Mahamarg at Mumbai, Maharashtra

Training Partners – CSIR-NEERI

Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation Ltd (MSRDCL)

Included site officials of MSRDC, and construction and environment staff of contractor, supervisors and workers


To promote ground-level knowledge and understanding of the importance of procedures for HSE by –

  • Conducting site visits to inspect the status of compliance of the HSE procedures and interacting with site staff and workers
  • Orientation on relevant rules, regulations and notifications issued by the government under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986, Buildings and Other Construction Workers (Regulations of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 and Explosives Rules, 1983
  • Creating awareness of the disadvantages and advantages of compliance of the HSE procedures among the supervisors and workers
  • Guiding the site officials and staff on key procedures to be maintained and regularly inspected to ensure HSE compliance on the sites


As a result of these site-level orientation programmes awareness of requisite HSE procedures was created amongst all levels of site personnel.

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