Accord Top Priority to Safety and Cleanliness: AGM/SCR

SECUNDERABAD: John Thomas, Additional General Manager, South Central Railway stressed upon according top priority to Safety and Cleanliness on the Zone in view of  the prevailing weather conditions during monsoon season. He conducted an intensive review meeting on Safety and Cleanliness today i.e., 28th August, 2017 at Rail Nilayam, Secunderabad along with Principal Heads of Departments. The Divisional Railway Manager’s (DRM) of all six Divisions i.e. Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Guntakal, Guntur and Nanded attended the meeting through video conference.

John Thomas instructed the Divisional Managers to intensify the field level inspections to attain visible improvement in cleanliness of all the important stations and Trains. He also instructed the officials to inspect all the Stations and Depots under their jurisdiction and  take proper  remedial actions immediately to rectify the issues related to safety.

Additional General Manager reviewed all the safety aspects and instructed the officials to avoid short cut methods in attending the asset failures and advised to focus on Signal and loco failures which will have impact on trains mobility and improves the safety. He instructed the officials to take corrective action without delay to ensure Safety.

John Thomas while addressing the issues on Railway Hospitals, instructed the officials to intensify the checks and provide proper treatment to the railway staff and beneficiaries by the Medical officers and Para Medical staff.  He also advised medical department  to focus on hygiene and  ensure proper supply of the Medicines.

N. Madhusudana Rao, Chief Operations Manager; Padmini Radhakrishnan,  Principal Financial Advisor (PFA); M.G.Gunashekarm, Chief Commercial Manager; A.A.Phadke, Chief Electrical Engineer; D.K.Singh, Chief Safety Officer; N.V. Ramana Reddy, Chief Personnel Officer; K.H.K.Dora, Chief Medical Director; Sanjay Sankrityayan, Chief Security Commissioner were among the officials present.

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