Feb 24

NSC/MEM/ELE-21/2024                                                              Date: 14th Feb., 2024


Sub: 21st Election to the Board of Governors of the National Safety Council

Dear Members,

This communication serves to inform all members of the National Safety Council about the upcoming 21st Election to the Board of Governors, in accordance with Rule 7(d) of the Council’s Rules and Regulations. There are 32 seats available across 26 constituencies.

Circulars detailing information relevant to each constituency have been dispatched to all members via ordinary post as of February 14, 2024.

As outlined in Rules 11 & 14 of the Election Rules, the schedule for submission and withdrawal of nominations is as follows:

  • Last date for the Receipt of duly filled in Nominations in the NSC Office: April 11, 2024 (until 6:00 p.m.)
  • Last date for withdrawal of Nominations: April 29, 2024 (until 6:00 p.m.)

For any queries or clarifications, please feel free to contact Mr. Ramesh Agare (Senior Executive) at Mobile No: +91-9594 142 172, Mr. Sharanpal Singh (Executive) at Mobile No: +91-9969 036803, or email us at membership@nsc.org.in

Director General
National Safety Council of India

Feb 24

About Conclave

Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) as a subject has ascended to a prominent position on the corporate agenda, capturing significant attention from investors, businesses, and society as a whole. ESG encompasses the triad of sustainability criteria, evaluating companies based on their environmental impact, social responsibility, and corporate governance. The social dimension, particularly Occupational Safety & Health (OSH), has now emerged as a pivotal element in sustainable business practices. Integrating OSH considerations into ESG frameworks is imperative for companies aspiring to cultivate operations that are sustainable, responsible, and resilient, placing a premium on both people and the planet.

Attaining excellence in ESG necessitates the active involvement of senior leaders across all functions, championing OSH initiatives and holding themselves accountable for performance. This involves establishing ESG and OSH-focused talent management, providing training, implementing OSH management systems, and initiating incentive programs that encourage employees to report potential hazards and minimize accidents. Companies must also prioritize the physical and mental well-being of their employees, identify and mitigate risks in their operations, and extend support throughout their supply chains.

Against this backdrop, the National Safety Council of India (NSCI), an autonomous apex-level organization established by the Ministry of Labour, Government of India, is organizing its National Conclave on Safety, Health & Environment. The event, themed “ESG Excellence through Safety Leadership,” is scheduled for March 15, 2024, at the Hyderabad Marriott Hotel & Convention Centre.

The discussions and deliberations in the Conclave will revolve around;

  • Status of ESG Performance of Indian Companies
  • Role of Leadership in driving ESG Initiatives
  • Measuring and Assessing ESG Performance
  • Use of Digital Technology for improving OSH performance
  • Mental Health and well being
  • Safe & Sustainable Supply Chain

These discussions will involve industry leaders, manufacturers, professionals/practitioners, technology developers, and solution providers. Additionally, some of the organizations recognized with NSCI safety awards will also share their success stories.

About 400 delegates comprising CEOs, Senior Managers, ESG professionals, HR leaders, Safety & Fire professionals/ practitioners, Line Managers from various kinds of organisations, enforcement officials, academicians, researchers, etc are expected to attend the Conclave.

Delegate Fees : 


 Delegate Category Fees for Early Bird
(Extended upto 20th February 2024)

Fees after
20th February 2024

i)   NSC Members

ii)  Non-members

Rs. 10,000/- plus 18% GST

Rs. 12,000/- plus 18% GST

Rs. 12,000/- plus 18% GST

Rs. 14,000/- plus 18% GST


The delegate fee covers participation in the Conclave and NSCI Safety Awards-2023 Night, lunch, tea/coffee, dinner and delegate kit. The Conclave is non-residential, delegates should make their own arrangement for stay.

We are offering bulk discount as follows :

  • Delegate nos. 6 to 10 – 5% Discount
  • Delegate nos. 11 and above – 10% Discount

Delegate Registration : 

Registration can be done online at: https://nsc.org.in/conclave with online payment facility.

Confirmation of the delegate registration will be sent by email only. Spot registration, on the day of conclave, will only be done on the basis of availability seat at the Conclave and with immediate full payment. Delegate fee once paid will not be refunded.

Registration can also be done by filling up the nomination form and send it by email at conclave@nsc.org.in along with full advance payment by Demand Draft / Cheque drawn in favour of ‘National Safety Council’ payable at Mumbai. NSC will also accept payment by electronic transfer. The details of the electronic transfer (transaction ID, date and amount) should be provided in the nomination form for confirmation of the delegates. Bank Particulars for payments are:

Name & Address of Bank ·    Title of Account in the Bank     : National Safety Council
Bank of India

Plot No.11, Sector11,

C.B.D. Belapur,

Navi Mumbai-400614

·    Account type & Code           : Current Deposit (11)
·    Bank Account Number             : 011620100005233
·    Bank Branch MICR Code : 400013106
·    Bank Branch IFSC Code : BKID0000116
·    Permanent Account Number : AAATN3069N

NSC GST No.: 27AAATN3069N1Z4
HSN/SAC Code: 999293

The conclave will be followed by NSCI Safety Awards-2023 presentation ceremony.

A coveted national level awards in Manufacturing, Construction, MSME and Service sectors provides a recognition and reward the organizations for their meritorious OSH performance and commitment to achieve zero injury, implementation of best OSH practices and encourage continual improvement.

  • Conclave : 1000 hrs. to 1700 hrs.
  • Awards Function : 1900 hrs. onwards (followed by Dinner)

National Safety Council
Hqs. & Institute Building, Plot No. 98A, Sector 15, Institutional Area, CBD Belapur,
Navi Mumbai – 400 614,  India
Phones : + 91 22 27522 894 and 2757 9924
E-mail : conclave@nsc.org.in, Website: https://nsc.org.in

Jan 24


On behalf of National Safety Council of India and NSCI Safety Awards Committee 2023, I have a great pleasure to declare the results of NSCI Safety Awards-2023.

Please click on the links below to view the list of winners

Platinum Award WinnerGroup A WinnersWinnersWinners
Group A WinnersGroup B Winners
Group A1 Winners
Group B Winners
Group C Winners
Group D Winners
Group E Winners

NSC Congratulates all the Organisations/ Establishments/ Enterprises on winning the prestigious national level NSCI Safety Awards for the year 2023. Also, the Council thanks all the contestants for their participation in the Safety Award-2023 Schemes.

Dr. Lalit R Gabhane
Director General
National Safety Council

May 23

As a next level to NSRS, NSCI has developed another scheme to recognise and reward for demonstrating excellence in Occupational Health and Safety Management System for complying more than NSRS Five Golden stars requirement. The safety shield assessment will be one step ahead of 5 Golden stars recognition and only those companies who win 5 Golden stars are eligible to apply for ‘Safety Shield’. After an extensive assessment, Safety Shield is being awarded to deserving industry. The winner is awarded with Safety Shield trophy and certificate.

GMR Warora had applied for NSCI Safety Shield after having rated as 5-Golden Star. Their in-depth assessment was carried out and awarded them a Safety Shield. The Shield has been presented to GMR in the NSCI Safety Award function held on 17th March, 2023 in Goa.

May 23

NSRS is the most comprehensive qualitative, quantitative assessment tool to evaluate and measure the Occupational Safety, Health and Environment (OSHE) performance. NSRS is applicable to various industry groups such as factories, construction sites, Hospitals, Hotels, Malls IT parks and other commercial buildings. It is modelled on IS 14489-2018 Code of Practice on Occupational Health and Safety Audit, National and International best practices and is at par with international standards to achieve zero harm goals. Undertaking NSRS allows the industry to demonstrate their commitment to achieving excellence in OSHE standards.

NSRS is an in-depth assessment on 8 key elements, comprising of around 88 sub-elements aimed at achieving excellence in the OSH management system. It uses questionnaire with detailed guidance for evaluation. Areas for improvement are suggested in the assessment report and organisations are given 2-3 month(s) time to comply points raised in the first visit. During second visit Corrective Action and Preventive Action (CAPA) report along with their horizontal deployment and compliance reports would be reviewed and element-wise score worked out. Based on the score obtained overall grading in percentage shall be worked out and based on the grading number of Golden Stars i.e. 1 to 5 would be allotted.

During the March 2023, the NSRS assessment for The Tata Power Company Ltd. for their Trombay Thermal Power Station, Mumbai was carried out and they have rated as 5-Golden Star. The 5-Golden Star Certificate has been presented to them in the NSCI Safety Awards function held on 17th March, 2023 in Goa.

Aug 20

The National Safety Council is introducing SPECIAL NEED BASED TRAINING WEBINARS for Industries/ commercial buildings / Warehouses etc. on various important topics of “SHE” such as  QRA, HIRA, Laboratory Safety, HAC, Fire protection, Safety during pre-commissioning, work in confined space, Disaster management, Warehouse safety  etc which need to have a special focus so as to prevent serious and fatal accidents. (list of topics and details enclosed)

The enclosed list of programs is indicative only. Apart from those programs if your organization has any Specific need-based requirements of any other topics, NSC will organize special training on such topics also.

Web training of each the topic will be covered within 2-hours in virtual classroom on mutual agreed date and platform(i.e. zoom or Microsoft) with the help of the approved member of the expert panel of National Safety Council. 

The Program Fee is only Rs. 30,000/- plus GST for each topic for the group of 25 Participants.

Kindly send mail with duly filled form enclosed in along with Brochure preferably with full payment in advance. We look forward to your enthusiastic response.

For additional details contact / send mail us on:

Shri K.D. Patil, Deputy Director, NSC, Mob. 9920732829; Email ID: kdpatil@nsc.org.in

Shri S.G. Patil, Assistant Director, NSC, Mob. 9321351784; Email ID: sgpatil@nsc.org.in

The details are provided in the brochure. Click here for the brochure

Jul 14