Dubal honours ‘Safety Award’ winners
Dubai, March 8, 2012
Dubai Aluminium (Dubal) recently organised a gala dinner to honour the winners of its inaugural ‘Dubal Safety Award’.
The event was attended by Dubai president and CEO, Abdulla Jasim Kalban; executive vice president, operations, Mohamed Nagib; executive vice president of marketing, Walid Al Attar; executive vice president & group CFO, Geraldo Aguiar; and vice president of information technology, Ahmed Al Mulla; along with Dubai employees and contractor representatives.
Al Mulla presented the winners with the trophies, a statement from Dubai said.
The company said its safety performance record has improved significantly in line with its steadfast commitment to creating a secure environment for its employees. The lost time injury frequency rate and total recordable injury frequency rate have dropped by 93 per cent and 69 per cent respectively since 2004-2006 to 2011.
Its non industrial lost time injury frequency rate has reduced by 89 per cent since 2004-2006 to 2011, the statement said.
Duba; said its continuously improving workplace safety conditions have been achieved through a number of initiatives, such as behavioural-based safety programmes, leadership training, management walkabouts, safety audits and analyses.
The award process undertook nomination, followed by adjudication, for four awards - Most Active Employee Award, Dubal Team Safety Award, Dubal Milestone Award and Long Term Safety Achievement Award.
Apart from the operational areas and support services, contractors involved in different projects at the company were also included in the categories, it said. – TradeArabia News Service
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