Lucky Cement Limited (psx: LUCK) was awarded at the 10th Fire & Safety Awards 2020, organized by The National Forum of Environment and Health (NFEH). The award ceremony was held at a local hotel.
Lucky Cement received the award in recognition to its commitment towards modern technology to control fire accidents and save human lives in such incidents. The Company was awarded after passing a stringent evaluation criteria devised purely on professional basis.
Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Amin Ganny, Chief Operating Officer, Lucky Cement Limited, said, “At Lucky Cement, we ensure a safe and secure environment for all of our employees and stakeholders associated with our business operations directly or indirectly.”
He further added that, “We strictly follow the HSE protocols at all of our plants and offices. The Company ensures to implement all essential measures to deal with any unforeseen event. Furthermore, we make sure that all of our employees are well-equipped with the skills required to deal with such situations.”
Lucky Cement stringently ensures to apply HSE goals with an aim of continuous progress for a better workplace for employees and all stakeholders engaged in business operations. Lucky Cement efficiently implements its HSE policies and procedures mitigating any unforeseen hazards. The Company frequently invests in various tools and techniques to ensure that employees are equipped with contemporary safety skills in their daily operations. Lucky Cement also holds the prestigious an ISO 9001, ISO 45001 and ISO 14001 certifications and we implements practices that offer health, safety & environment development at work place.
The National Forum for Environment & Health was established in 1999 and is a non-profit organization with the aim to facilitate and promote environmental, healthcare and educational awareness amongst the masses. The NFEH is accredited NGO with United Nation Environment Program (UNEP) and its activities have appreciated & supported by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Governor of Punjab, Federal & Provincial Ministries of Environment.