National Safety Day and National Safety Week observed
The day is annually organised by the National Safety Council (NSC) to commemorate its establishment and enhance the safety awareness among people.
4 March: National Safety Day
National Safety Day was observed across India on 4 March 2016. The day is annually organised by the National Safety Council (NSC) to commemorate its establishment and enhance the safety awareness among people.
It is a national movement carried out on annual basis to prevent and lessen the loss of life including various human being problems and their financial loss through availing them with safety, health and environment related support services.
National Safety Council of India is a self-governing body (non profit and nongovernmental organization for public service) which was established on 4 March 1966 under the Societies Act in Mumbai, having over 8000 members.
It makes people aware about how to get prevented from the industrial accidents by exhibiting widespread safety awareness programmes in public sectors, which have not been covered by safety legislation.
Apart from this, to create awareness about safety, NSC will also celebrate National Safety Week from 4 March to the 10 March 2016. During whole week campaign celebration, varieties of specific activities are displayed to the people as per the safety requirements.
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