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Dow Corning's Pune site bags best safety practices award
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Nov '12
Dow Corning’s Ranjangaon site has been recognized by the Deccan Chamber of Commerce Industries and Agriculture (DCCIA) Pune for best practices in safety. The DCCIA Pune newly instituted the “DCCIA Safety Award 2012” for recognizing “Best Safety Practices” this year, and Dow Corning India Pvt. Ltd. was recognized for this award under the Chemicals category.

The awards ceremony was held on October 20, 2012 in Pune where Dow Corning received this honor. David Longo, Dow Corning’s manager for Pune site said, “Safety is one of our seven Core Values at Dow Corning and our team is committed to an injury-free work environment. While this is an important recognition of all our employees’ efforts, we should continue our journey into safety.” 

Suneel Joshi, Dow Corning’s Employee Safety and Security manager for Pune site commented, “The safety award from DCCIA is a significant acknowledgement and a strategic step forward to showcase our commitment to safety and safe practices to the external world.”

DCCIA Pune was formed with the objective to promote greater cooperation between member industries & to bring them on a common platform.

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