Contractor Safety Manual

Introduction (Click here ->Contractor Safety Manual)
CUGL (Central UP Gas Limited), a joint venture between India’s two Maharatna companies, GAIL (India) Limited and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited came into existence on 25th February 2005. CUGL was constituted for developing City Gas Distribution project in Kanpur. Kanpur (Manchester of East) was also known as CWANPORE at the time of British India. This is famous industrial hub of North India. Later, CUGL has started City Gas Distribution Project for supplying Natural Gas to Domestic/Gen-set/Commercial/Industrial/Automobile sector in order to reduce pollution level in Bareilly &Jhansi also. At present CUGL is supplying PNG to Domestic/Gen-set/Commercial/Industrial sector in different areas of Kanpur, Unnao, Bareilly & Jhansi.

CUGL believe that HEALTH, SAFETY&ENVIORNMENT are inherent part of business. Company is making its best efforts to provide a safe and accident free environment for its employees, customers& society. Apart from providing an environment friendly fuel to the customers, the company uses best international practice in laying its infrastructure. The company make its best efforts to educate customers to handle the fuel. 

The company makes a systematic approach to promote Health, Safety& Environment in and around. The company follows safety management as HSE Policy, Work Permit system, Personal Protection, Fire& Safety Education and Accident reporting investigation, Safety Audit and emergency preparedness etc. Safety Of our Customers is of prime concern to us for which we follow specific system approach.  

CUGL strives to maintain a safe and healthy workplace for our partners and Contractor. CUGL is committed to protect health and safety of everybody involved with company’s activities and protects the environment in a sustainable manner. Hence Health, Safety, and Environmental considerations are recognized as critical and integral to our core processes and our day to day activities. All Contractors must report any unsafe act/condition or environmental conditions which has or could have an adverse impact to human health or the environment. Contractors are to ensure the health and safety of their workers and any person likely to be affected by the workers actions. Contractors have the right to know about hazards and the means used to control or eliminate the hazards. Contractors have the right to participate in workplace safety activities and to refuse to work in an unsafe or environmentally detrimental condition.

This document provides all Contractors with the minimum Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) standards required while working on and/or adjacent to Company premises. Non-compliance of HSE standards is treated the same as non-compliance with any contract provision and may result in work stoppage or Contractor removal from the premises. Repeated non-compliance may result in Contractor dismissal and contract termination.

CUGL requires that Contractors meet all guidelines outlined & Pre-Job Requirements, of this manual prior to commencing any work on Company premises/ Project site. As a part of this commitment, CUGL ensures that contractors are aware of its policies, standards and requires the contactors to comply with CUGL standards. It is the responsibility of the main contractors to ensure that all their sub-contractors fully comply with CUGL HSE requirements.

Contractor is responsible for complying with applicable Indian, State and local HSE regulations. Contractor must also comply with the requirements listed in the Contractor Safety Manual and any site-specific and/or business unit policies and procedures that are applicable in the scope of Work. It is the Contractor’s continuing and absolute responsibility for all aspects of Contractor safety on their jobsites during the execution of work. Contractors are important wing of CUGL& it is necessary that they know HSE norms and ensure healthy ssafety practices in CUGL.