Tuesday, December 5, 2023

JMA organizes training on higher productivity and better work practices

Mail News Service

Jamshedpur: The Jamshedpur Management Association (JMA) is organizing a 3 day training programme (Jan 7 � 9) at the Centre for Excellence on higher productivity and better work practices.

This has been a long pending need for a safety and best work practices training for Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) in Jamshedpur and particularly ASIA (Adityapur Small Industries Association).

The training will cover hazard identification and risk assessment, safety act etc. This training will be conducted by Central Labour Institute Mumbai & Regional Labour Institute Kolkata (Govt. of India, Ministry of Labour & Employment). Around 21 SMEs from ASIA are participating in the training.

The training was inaugurated by Suresh Dutt Tripathi (Hony. President JMA and VP, HRM, Tata Steel) in the presence of Tarun Daga (MD, JUSCO and JMA Board Member), Bailey Bodhanwala (Tarapore & Company and JMA Board Member), Neeraj Kant (MD, ISWP & JMA Board Member), Amitabh Bhattcharjee (Hony. Secretary JMA & Head, HRM, Tata Steel), Vishal Agarwal (Director, CTC, ASIA) & Praveen Gutgutia (Executive Member ASIA).

This training also covers field visits touching the practical aspects. Suresh Dutt Tripathi stressed the need for a safety culture in the SME industry and expressed his satisfaction that large number of industries have come forward. He asked them to become a change agent for the rest. He urged the SMEs that being located in Jamshedpur we should try to have best performance in safety and become a benchmark.

Speaking on the occasion, Neeraj Kant explained how safety can improve the morale of the organization and in fact it also helps increase profitability in the long run. Praveen Gutgutia and Vishal Agarwal thanked JMA for organizing this programme in Jamshedpur.

Amitabh Bhattcharjee committed that JMA will continue to engage and work to meet the needs of the business in Jamshedpur through organizing quality training at affordable cost and urged the associations and organizations to contact JMA for such requirements in future.

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