Leela Ship Recycling Pvt Ltd, a leading player in the ship recycling industry, is delighted to announce its premium membership with British Safety Council, India. In addition to this, all four yards of the Leela Group of Ship Recycling Yards – including Leela Ship Recycling Pvt Ltd, Leela Greenship Recycling Pvt Ltd, Leela Sustainable Ship Recycling Pvt Ltd, and Leela Responsible Recycling LLP – have become corporate members of the National Safety Council of India.
These collective efforts underscore the group’s shared vision of fostering a culture of safety, health, and environmental consciousness in the workplace. This significant milestone reflects the group’s unwavering commitment to promoting Health, Safety, and Environment (HSE) excellence across its operations. Aligned with the values of the British Safety Council and National Safety Council of India, the group shares a common goal of ensuring the safety and well-being of all individuals in the workplace.
‘Our corporate membership with the National Safety Council of India and British Safety Council India is a testament to our dedication to creating safer and healthier workplaces for our employees and stakeholders,’ remarked Mr. Vishaal Raj Soni, CEO at Leela Group of Ship Recycling Yards.
‘Together with the National Safety Council of India and British Safety Council India, we are committed to driving positive change and setting new standards for HSE practices within our ship recycling industry,’ remarked Mr. Prabhat Kumar, VP-HSEQEn/Naval Architecture at Leela Group of Ship Recycling Yards.
As corporate members, the group are now better equipped to navigate legal and other requirements while continuously enhancing our standards of health, safety, and wellbeing. This corporate partnership underscores the group’s firm commitment to fostering a safe and secure environment for our employees and stakeholders.
The partnership with the British Safety Council India and the National Safety Council of India further strengthens Leela Group of Ship Recycling Yards’ resolve to prioritize safety and sustainability in all aspects of its operations. Led by a dedicated team of HSE professionals and naval architects, the group tirelessly works towards creating healthier and more sustainable workplaces.
By leveraging their extensive experience and insights, they are poised to stay at the forefront of the evolving landscape of health, safety, and environmental management. Through collaborative efforts and continuous improvement initiatives, the group aims to lead by example in promoting a culture of safety and wellbeing.
Together with the British Safety Council and National Safety Council of India, the group is looking forward to driving positive change and raising the bar for HSE standards within our industry and beyond.