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For Lucky "Safety Is The Priority And Not Formality"

Lucky Group is particular about each and everything in the company

, about work, cleanliness also the health and safety of their employees. When it comes to the health of the employees Lucky Group follows some strict rules and regulations while taking into consideration the health and safety of their employees.

The objectives of Health and Safety of employees are as follows:-

1. Safety of the employees is the most important aspect.

2. Detailed training, information and instructions about the safety measures are given to all the employees.

3. Keeping in mind the standard and reputation of the company proper infrastructure in terms of cleanliness, accommodation, pollution and work environment is given to the employees.

4. Periodic update of health and safety policies and operational procedures as well as management processes

5. Accidental free environment, most importantly is looked at.

Lucky Group appoints experienced Health and Safety officers to take care of their employees. The HR's, HSE managers all see to it Health and Safety measures are followed properly and executed on time. Lucky Group with its three companies Lucky Recycling, Lucky Alloys and Fortune Metals tries to reduce pollution by using sustainable resources. They try to involve minimal wastage of resources. Environmental preservation activities and a recycling policy that suits the products is an underlying theme of Lucky Group.

Lucky Group is a reputed company all over UAE. It has its name also in Global Markets'. Lucky Recycling, Lucky Alloys and Fortune Metals these are the companies known all over for following environmental but by giving their best service to customers.

For Lucky "Safety Is The Priority And Not Formality"

By: Karen Adams

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For Lucky "Safety Is The Priority And Not Formality"