BorgWarner’s Chennai facility receives CEO Safety Award
Apart from the recognition from BorgWarner's top management, the award also included a prize of 20,000 dollars.
BorgWarner's plant in Sriperumbudur near Chennai has reported one 1 million accident-free working hours. This milestone has been recognised with the company being awarded the company’s internal CEO Safety Award on May 6th 2022.
Apart from the recognition from BorgWarner's top management, the award also included a prize of 20,000 dollars (approximately Rs 15 lakh) which will be donated to charities in the region, which is the company’ tradition.
Shailesh Jha, Plant Manager, BorgWarner Emissions, Thermal & Turbo Systems, Chennai stated “We are exceptionally proud to receive this award. Our high standards for workplace safety are really paying off and the award has given us the incentive to continue improving these measures.” The award was presented by the company’s MD, Sudhir Chawla.
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