April 12, 2018

Tata Power organises 'Safety Starts from Home' awareness campaign in Mumbai and Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra

Empowers women and school students through the campaign, a part of their ‘Power Her Up’ initiative

Mumbai: Tata Power, India's largest integrated power company, is committed towards women empowerment and has been relentlessly organising various initiatives under its ‘Power Her Up’, a nationwide campaign. Taking a step ahead with this thought, Tata Power conducted an awareness campaign titled ‘Safety Starts from Home’ for underprivileged women and students in Chembur, Mumbai, and Vashi, Navi Mumbai.

Tata Power employees conducting the 'Safety Starts from Home' awareness campaign

The campaign has been launched with an objective to spread awareness about home safety, from electric and fire, and road safety. Over 1000 women, anganwadi workers and school students from the adjoining areas of Vashi and Chembur were sensitised about safety and security through this initiative.

Talking about the campaign, Ashok Sethi, COO, Tata Power, said, “The ‘Safety Starts from Home’ awareness campaign will not only strengthen our objective but also impact it largely. I am glad that the campaign was very well received by everyone. One of the significant issues for which Tata Power feels committed towards is women empowerment. The ‘Power Her Up’ initiative is committed for the holistic development and empowerment of women and students.”

The campaign received an overwhelming support under the leadership of Sanjay Kale, head, fire and safety, corporate safety; Thanigasalam Chamundeeswari, lead, corporate safety, and Rahul Sangale, lead engineer, Trombay civil maintenance, who were actively involved in such community volunteering initiative. The campaign turned out to be very successful, the women and students expressed their gratitude to Tata Power for addressing such a sensitive issue.