The fifth National Conference on Safety in mines (1980) recommended that, among others, every company whether in the public or private sector should have well defined policy in the field of safety and health of its employees. The policy could be laid down in the form of a resolution at the company's Board meeting. In defining such a policy, the Company should spell out, among other things, the following:
In addition to above,the eleventh National Conference on Safety in mines (2013) recommended that, among others, each company shall frame a safety, health and welfare policy for their contractor’s workers keeping in view the requirement of Mines Act and Rules & Regulations made there-under. The details of the policy shall be included in the tender document which will be a binding clause for the contractor
To fulfil and comply with the expectations of 5th and 11th Conference on Safety in Mines regarding drafting of safety and health policy and commensurate safety and health frame work, including welfare aspects.
To draft a safety and health policy, and to prepare a safety and health frame work and formulate systems, procedures and guidelines there under.
The work plan shall include:.
A team of experienced mine safety professionals with proven credentials and exposure to the field of mining, mentored & guided by a distinguished mine safety expert
A tentative time line activity wise, has been furnished below.
Financial implications shall be furnished separately, in due course of time
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