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Safety Symposium cum Exposition FY’ 13 concluded

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Jamshedpur : Safety Symposium cum Exposition FY’13 concluded at Steelenium hall today. A technical
session was held today on ‘Role of Effective Health Management.’ Addressing the gathering, T P Madhusudanan, General
Manager, Medical Services Tata Steel thanked Corporate Safety department for conducting such valuable knowledge sharing sessions.

Dr. P C Mandal, Senior Consultant, Interventional Cardiologist in Apollo Gleneagles Hospital, Kolkata explained the criticality of cardiac diseases. He mentioned that by 2015, 15% of deaths in India will be due to heart diseases. Dr. P C Ghosh, Ex-Director, Central Labour Institute, Mumbai delved over the importance of Ergonomics.

He explained that Ergonomics stands for Natural Law of Working and advised the audience that for a healthy
and a balanced life, an individual should walk for at least 40 minutes each, 3-5 days a week.

He thanked Tatas for establishing the 1st Power Plant of India at Khapoli and appreciated the entire Tata Group for their high values. He stated that Tata as a group has always believed that if ‘I will take care of my people, they will take care of my Company.’

Dr. Nupur Krishnan, Clinical Nutritionist, Director BioLogics Nutrition Clinic shared her views on healthy
eating habits with the audi- ence.

She stressed on the fact that along with quantity, quality of food should also be given a high priority. She stated that around 68-70% of health disorders occur due to bad eating habits. S K Choudhary, Dy. President, Tata Worker’s Union gave the closing remarks.

He advised the people to follow the natural law of working so that risk of bad health can be minimized. In the end, he thanked the Safety team at Tata Steel for taking up such an initiative in the interest of the Company and its employees.

The programme was also attended by Dr. O B Krishna, Chief, Corporate Safety, Tata Steel and Shyam Sunder, Chief, Safety & Ergonomics, Tata Steel.

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