Dow India bags first place in Workplace Safety Awards 2023
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Dow India bags first place in Workplace Safety Awards 2023

This accolade underscores Dow India’s dedication to setting and surpassing the highest safety standards for a safe and sustainable workplace

  • By ICN Bureau | January 30, 2024

Dow Chemical International Pvt. Ltd. (Dow India) has been honored with first place at the Workplace Safety Awards 2023 for the 100-500 employee’s category, presented by the Bombay Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

This accolade, recognizing the excellence of the corporate office in Airoli, Navi Mumbai, underscores Dow India’s dedication to setting and surpassing the highest safety standards for a safe and sustainable workplace.

Dow India’s Airoli office has set a gold standard in safety, marked by Zero Injury Illness, Absolute Compliance, and No Motor Vehicle Incidents. These milestones epitomize Dow’s commitment to fostering a work environment that is safe and secure, ensuring optimal well-being for every team member.

Key initiatives include adaptive work arrangements, extensive leave policies, routine health screenings, safety first actions, immunization campaigns, ergonomic enhancements, and proactive emergency response strategies. Together, these efforts forge a culture where health and safety are fundamental values ingrained in every aspect of Dow India’s operations.

Neeraj Jain, Responsible Care Director, EH&S Operations IMEA, reflects on this achievement, “Receiving this award is an assurance of our dedicated efforts towards providing a safe, healthy and inclusive workplace. Our belief is to consistently exceed expectations, fostering an environment that nurtures and protects every employee, encouraging personal and professional growth.” This esteemed recognition serves as a catalyst, propelling Dow India’s quest for excellence in workplace safety and the holistic well-being of its employees.


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