Amplus, India’s leading clean energy solutions provider announced that it has already clocked 1 million safe manhours this year, taking the company to 15 million safe manhours to date. The achievement stands tall in the face of risks attached to solar structure installations- working at heights, uneven surfaces, electrical hazards, using power tools and groundwork equipment etc., thus underlining the choice of Amplus as a great place to work because it is a safe place to work.
“Workplace safety, both physical and psychological, is a shared responsibility. We intend to make an impact beyond the organization’s efforts of ensuring safe practices. Apart from providing safe systems of work, safe equipment, and necessary trainings, at Amplus we encourage everyone to be well versed with our HSE policies, remain more vigilant and say no to work if any condition feels unsafe. We collectively ensure that every employee return home safely at the end of each day”, said Mr. Sharad Pungalia, MD and CEO, Amplus.
Amplus has 1.4GW+ operational assets, with a total manpower of over 1800 Amplusites (on roll, contractual and temporary workforce). Known for its quality and safety-first approach, the company uses a 3E approach- Engage-Encourage-Empower to ensure the safety of all its employees.
“The 3E framework has played a critical role in ensuring safe manhours and in achieving this milestone. We hold regular engagement programs where all stakeholders are encouraged and empowered to adopt and adhere to the highest safety standards to ensure full compliance,” Mr. Durgesh Kumar Singh, Head, HSE at Amplus.
Recognized as a Great Place to Work 6 times in a row, the organization’s belief in safety goes beyond just physical safety to ensuring psychological safety. Whether it’s accessibility and acceptance, driven by a culture of flat hierarchy or workplace flexibility that addresses individual requirements, Amplus undertakes it as their duty to ensure safety is built into the experience while working at Amplus.