Archroma, a global leader in speciality chemicals towards sustainable solutions, announced that it had won the Fire Safety Award in a nationwide contest organized by the Fire & Safety Association of Pakistan in collaboration with the National Forum for Environment & Health. The award was received by Qazi Naeemuddin, Head of Operations in the Jamshoro site of Archroma.
The award is recognition of continuous efforts on fire safety at the Archroma’s site of Jamshoro and Landhi and their offices in Korangi and Karachi. Regular training sessions are organized to implement fire emergency plans, mock exercises for quick-fire control and rescue operations, and first aid.
“We highly appreciate the services of organizations wherein fire safety laws and regulations are accurately implemented. They are pioneers ineffective implementation of safety awareness amongst their employees and society.” Mr Nasir Hussain Shah, the provincial Minister, said in his keynote speech.
“We follow a ‘Safety First’ principles at Archroma and make no compromise when it comes to safety. This is why our best practices are recognized year after year at this forum. Our safety model is an integral part of sustainable business initiatives in line with the principles of “The Archroma Way to a Sustainable World: Safe, efficient, enhanced, it’s our nature”, and we will continue to strive for higher standards in the years to come,” commented Mujtaba Rahim, CEO of Archroma Pakistan.
(Photo Caption: Archroma) Qazi Naeemuddin holding the Fire Safety Award handed out by the Fire & Safety Association of Pakistan in collaboration with the National Forum for Environment & Health.