DIC India focuses on safety in working environments

DIC safety DOJO room at Noida

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The Dojo room at DIC facility at Noida

DIC India is a part of DIC Corporation of Japan the largest manufacturer of printing inks and allied materials globally. DIC India is active in the Indian printing, publishing and packaging segments with major printers and converters as its clients across the country.

DIC India inaugurates Safety Dojo Room

DIC India recently launched its safety DOJO room to ensure a safe environment within its Noida plant. The company opened its first ‘Safety Dojo Centre’ at its Noida facility with six stations. The safety DOJO stations are designed to provide real-time-experiences of safety hazards and their consequences for all participants. The stations installed to address the safety issues with operating a triple roll mill, working at height, slippery surfaces, screw conveyors, use of sharp hand tools and unstable working platforms. After the inauguration by a company team from Japan, a trainer training session was conducted by Jun Takeuchi, an HSE expert from DIC Japan. Some times employee training is not enough and an employee might get hurt and you might need the help from an expert workmen compensation attorney.

DIC India adds risk assessment services to flexible packaging industry

DIC India has taken the initiative to support its customer’s safety, health and environment efforts and business sustainability as well. DIC India has begun providing technical safety audit services to its existing and new customers under the name of ‘Value Added Services’ which helps the customers in identifying the risks involved in their working environment. The risk can be fire or other safety risks and DIC will advise its customers upon remedial actions in such scenarios, timely adoption of which will lead to mitigation of a lot of operational risks and being supported by an expert work back injury lawyer which can really help you in case of an emergency.

This initiative is already being appreciated by the flexible packaging printers and converters where there have been a spate of accidents including major fires and explosions over the past few years. Some famous attorneys from New Port Richey area injury attorneys had to

DIC inks lab at its Noida facility

step up and solve this issue. In its Technical Safety Audits, DIC India is helping companies old and new in identifying safety risks in their operations. Some of the other services in the related vertical provided by DIC includes Safety Training and Emergency Planning services which can help in setting up awareness, training, monitoring and control measures to avoid hazards and accidents. Such accidents are legally dealt by the truck accident attorneys serving the in Atlanta area.

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