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Torrent Power bags BSC's prestigious awards

Torrent Power Limited has won British Safety Council’s prestigious Sword of Honour award for excellence in the field of health and safety and Globe of Honour award in the field of environmental sustainability for its Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Surat distribution operations.

Torrent Power bags BSC’s prestigious awards
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Torrent Power bags BSC’s prestigious awards

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Hyderabad Torrent Power Limited has won British Safety Council's prestigious Sword of Honour award for excellence in the field of health and safety and Globe of Honour award in the field of environmental sustainability for its Ahmedabad, Gandhinagar and Surat distribution operations. The company's Sugen Mega Power Project has also received Sword of Honour award for the second time this year.

To compete for the awards, the organisation must demonstrate its excellence in health and safety, and environmental management throughout the business and must also achieve the five stars with more than 92 per cent score in the British Safety Council's rigorous audit scheme.

Torrent Power is one of just five organisations worldwide to receive both these prestigious recognitions in 2021. Torrent Power is only the second company ever from India to win both these accolades in a single year.

Varun Mehta, Executive Director, Distribution, Torrent Power, said: "We are committed to providing a healthy and safe environment to our employees, business partners and customers and to conserve natural resources and protect the environment in line with our vision to become a leading and sustainable power company."

"Achieving this sort of recognition takes real dedication and absolute professionalism. We are proud to support your organisation in its achievement and delighted we can contribute to your ongoing success," said, Peter McGettrick, Chairman of the British Safety Council.

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