India marks 4th March as National Safety Day annually since 1972, to promote safety awareness and educate people about safety principles. Discover the event's history and facts in this post.

National Safety Day 2023

History, Facts and How to Observe this National Safety Day on 4th March

History of National Safety Day

The National Safety Day is observed to raise awareness towards safety protocols and commitments which must be practiced by people to avoid mishaps at the workplace.   The key aim of observing the day is to make employees and people in general comply with safety guidelines while working.

By Taking an Oath of Safety

To observe the National Safety Day, individuals and organizations could commit towards working in safe surroundings. Thus, the day reinforces the employee commitment to work safely.

Some Facts About National Safety Day

- The National Safety Day theme changes annually based on the focus and activities, reflecting the direction of public work safety.

– The day aims at reviving the commitment of people in general and employees to have safe work round the year

– Being an NGO, the National Safety Council aims to make safety training easily accessible to one and all

– The National Safety Council has celebrated its 50 years of inception recently

- The introduction of National Safety Day was initiated many years after the formation of the National Safety Council has celebrated its 50 years of inception recently

Welfare of workers

The National Safety Day ensures the safety and welfare of workers. It works towards building a practical approach regarding safety and to identify hazards at the workplace. Further, the day aims at limiting accidents at the workplace as well as to reduce the exposure against harmful substances.

Impact of National Safety Council

The day aims at highlighting the growth and impact of the National Safety Council via the National Safety Day. The council is a leading non-profit organization and a self-financed society working towards India’s Health and Environment sector.

Serve as a Good Precedent

To commit towards safe working is a practice that will make the future of the Indian workforce bright. Safety has to be the primary priority over all other things. It is the responsibility of the employers not to force workers to choose between a safe working environment and means of livelihood.

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