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SustainCase: How Ashok Leyland promotes occupational health and safety

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Case study: How Ashok Leyland promotes occupational health and safety

As a leading Indian commercial vehicle manufacturer, whose product portfolio includes buses, trucks, light vehicles, defence mobility solutions and power solutions, protecting the health, safety and wellbeing of its employees, contractors and visitors through a range of policies, programs and initiatives is a top priority for Ashok Leyland.

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Ashok Leyland is committed to constantly strengthening its culture of safety, safeguarding the health and physical wellbeing of its 10,222 employees. In order to promote occupational health and safety Ashok Leyland took action to:
• implement an occupational safety program

• achieve health and safety objectives through safety committees
• provide safety training for employees

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