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Quality Management

We at MP Engineering & Constructions(I)Pvt.Ltd. are committed to:

  • Set integrated management system,comprising of EMS and OHSAS, objectives and targets. Review them periodically, measure result and continually improve the product, processes,services and performance through the use of an effective management system as per relevant standards.
  • Comply with relevant legal, statutory and other requirement and to continually improve the efficiency and effectiveness of our operating processes and management systems, whilst balancing the needs of our stakeholders.
  • Minimize our impact on the environment through pollution prevention, reduction of our natural resource consumption, emissions and reduction of waste.
  • Protect and strive for the improvement of the health, safety, and security of employees, contractual persons and persons living in adjacent areas, prevention of injury and ill-health.
  • Documents, implement, maintain the IMS system and communicate our IMS policies, standards, programs and performance with all persons working for/on behalf of our organization and encourage outstanding IMS performers.
  • Plan for, respond to, and recover from any emergency, crisis or business disruption.
  • The policy stands available to the public and interested parties.


M.P. Engineering Constructions (I) Pvt. Ltd.is committed to providing products and services of high standards of quality and its never ending quest for improvement by focusing on customer satisfaction and employee involvement.

Our Quality Management System Ensures :

  • - Total compliance of statutory and regulatory requirement.
  • - Assigning paramount importance of guard against Health & Safety hazards during all stages of operations from concept to commissioning.
  • - Quality checks and compliance to laid down procedures and specifications in entire range of operations spanning Design, Material Identification, Procurement, Fabrication, Assembly, Installation and Commissioning.



This policy refers to the safety, health and environmental protection policy of who are aware of the legal as well as moral responsibilities towards their workforce. The company’s activities are governed by local government statutes and rules.

Policy Statement:
The safety, health and environmental protection policy is provided as above.

Compliance with policy:
The policy has been presented by Managing Director of the company and therefore it has commitment at the highest level of management. It is monitored and reviewed regularly to ensure it suitability in terms of: Protecting employees, Providing safe and healthy workplace free from hazards and prevent injuries to the employees and damages to plants, equipment and impact on environment and community.
Conforming to applicable statutory regulations and international standards on safety, health and environmental protection. There is a well-defined organizational set up too carry out the policy clearly assigning the responsibility at various levels of management, fixing the accountability of sub-contractors, transporters and other agencies entering the premises, integrating safety, health and environmental protection in all management decisions including those dealing with purchase of plant equipment, machinery, materials as well as selection and placement of personnel and arrangement for imparting training and retraining of employees at all levels.

Organisation Individuals will assume the following responsibilities for safety:

  • The resident construction manager (RCM)in-charge of a particular site be aware of requirementsof safety, health & environmental.
  • Legislation, the construction regulations and the relevant parts of other appropriate regulations to ensure they are observed in the office, site within all activities under his control.
  • Administer the policy for the prevention of injury and damage. Ensure that all levels of staff receive adequate and appropriate safety training.
  • Insist that safe work practices like permit system, sops, tool box meetings, supervising the hazardous jobs are regularly observed. Institute proper reporting.

Investigation of injury, damage to property and promote action to prevent recurrence. Support safety engineer in all matters regarding safety administration and disciplinary action regarding any individual failing to discharge his safety responsibilities satisfactorily.

The Safety Engineer:
Advise and assist the RCM to carry out and monitor his safety responsibilities and ensure the adoption and maintenances of proper standards of health, safety and welfare in all areas of site. To inform him of all changes in legislation and to meet the requirements of safety policy and legislation.

  • Establish & maintain liaison with the client’s management team and outside services such as fire department, police and other regulatory agencies. Monitors performance in all aspects of safety and ensure that: proper safety procedures are being followed. Accident/incident are investigated and recorded.
  • Where the necessity arises, carry out: Accident/incident investigations are analysis. Safety inspections and audits ensure that all the managers,engineers and supervisors are aware other responsibilities towards safety, health and environmental control. Establish and implement an emergency action plan and evacuation

drill to include all emergency situations in conjunction with the client’s safety department.

Site Engineers & Supervisors:

  • Observe safe practices and ensure the workers use the correct tools and equipment for the job. Ensure the use of safety equipment and protective clothing. Ensure that the tools and equipment used by workers are in good condition and periodically tested. Report defects in workers plant and equipment to superiors. Develop a personal concern for safety himself and others within his area.
  • Avoid any improvising which will invite unnecessary risks. Ensure that new workers are given safety induction and orientation training. Ensure that there is no abuse of welfare facilities. Suggest methods and ways for eliminating the hazards. Understand the safety policy and commitment to safe working. Check working methods and precautions with site management before the work starts.
  • Ensure that once work is commenced it is carried out as planned and that the construction and other appropriate regulations and codes of practice are observed at site.


An essential part of this company’s health and safety policy is the proper training for all employees and sub-contractors so they can reorganize hazards and take appropriate precautions to prevent injury. Training will be given using both internal and external courses where necessary.

An assessment must be made when a new employee joins the company to determine the exact nature of training which he/she will require in order to carry out their duties efficiently and safely.

A suitable programme should be devised and implemented to provide the necessary job training during their initial period of employment after a new employee completes his /her induction or orientation training in safety.


The management and supervisors are expected to give clear and unambiguous instructions to site personnel so as to avoid any misunderstanding regarding the task involved and any precautions which are required to be taken. This is normally verbal communication but may be in writing if task or operation to be performed is particularly complex and could lead to serious injury.

Sub-contractors on site must also be given adequate instructions about operational hazards that they may encounter and are informed about any special precautions that need to be taken.

Adequate supervision shall be provided for all the works on site to ensure that as far as reasonably practicable all the work is carried out in safe and proper manner and that the employees know who to contact for further information and advice on health and safety aspects of work. Any new supervisor joining the company or prompted from within will be issued by his supervisor with a copy of this policy statement.