GM/SCR holds Special Safety Review Meet, seek Concrete Action from all Departments to attain Zero Tolerance record

SECUNDERABAD: Vinod Kumar Yadav, General Manager, South Central Railway held a special Safety review meet with the Principal Heads of Departments and Divisional Railway Managers of all the six divisions of Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Guntur, Guntakal and Nanded today i.e., 22nd August, 2017.

The Special review meeting discussed comprehensively on all the issues concerning safety of rail operations thread bare and formulated plans to further strengthen the coordination and implementation mechanism pertaining to all the areas of safety on Railways. The General Manager emphasised on the need to understand the ground reality at all levels and accordingly chalk out a safety action plan, so that there is no room for any lapse, Vinod Kumar Yadav stressed.

John Thomas, Additional General Manager, South Central Railway was also present at the meeting, which saw a host of initiatives coming up from the officials present, to further enhance the safety mechanism system on the zone by means of continuous channels of communication between all departments at various levels.

“Swachh Rail – Swachh Bharat” drive over SCR

“Swachhta Pakhwada” the Cleanliness Drive under the “Swachh Rail- Swachh Bharat” Mission is being carried actively all over South Central Railway with enthusiastic participation of employees, officers and voluntary organisations. The activities held at the stations include cleanliness drives, display of posters and banners and street plays spelling the message loud and clear to the travelling public that the Railway was their travelling home.

Vinod Kumar Yadav, General Manager, John Thomas, Additional General Manager, South Central Railway and Divisional Railway Managers of all six Divisions viz. Secunderabad, Hyderabad, Vijayawada, Guntur, Guntakal, Nanded are regularly monitoring the Swachh Rail- Swachh Bharat activities.

A brief report on “Swachh Awareness” & “Swachh Samvad” held from 16th to 21st August, 2017.

  1. 239 officers & 5335 staff participated in cleanliness drives on the Zone.
  2. 287 Anti littering drives conducted and imposed a fine of Rs 63,600/- & booked 317 persons for littering the premises.
  3. NGOs, NCC volunteers, Scouts&Guides and school children were actively involved in awareness campaigns throughout the Zone.
  4. Passenger interactions on cleanliness of Stations and trains with 2928 passengers were carried out at different stations and trains.
  5. 10 Nukkad Natak and skits were played in various stations to increase awareness of passengers on cleanliness.
  6. Workshops and Training programs were held to educate the staff on cleanliness to be observed at working places and office premises.
  7. Received 229 feedbacks from various locations on cleanliness from travelling public.
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