General Manager’s Safety Award for 14 Staff of Central Railway

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Anil Kumar Lahoti, General Manager, Central Railways (CR) gave away the “General Manager’s Safety Award” to 14 Central Railway staff i.e. 5 from Mumbai Division, 3 from Bhusaval Division, 3 from Nagpur Division, one from Pune Division and 2 from Solapur Division. The awards were given in appreciation of their alertness during duty, their contribution in averting untoward incidents and ensuring safety in train operations during the month of July 2022, in a function held at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Terminus Mumbai on August 1, 2022. The award consists of a Medal, commendation certificate, a citation of exemplary safety work and a cash award of INR 2000. 

Mumbai Division

  • Subodh Kumar Loco Pilot (Goods) Kalyan of Mumbai division, while on duty 11012 Kolhapur- Mumbai Mahalaxmi Express noticed before Dadar Station that his train was going to CSMT but the signal was wrongly given towards Dadar Terminus. He applied the emergency brakes and stopped the train. His alertness averted a possible mishap.
  • Naresh Jaiveer, Track Maintainer, Bhiwandi Road, Mumbai Division during his duty he saw smoke in one wagon of a goods train. He immediately showed danger hand signal and stopped the goods train. He also informed all concerned and his timely action could avert a major possible accident.
  • P.B. Singh, Inspector RPF Thane Mumbai Division, information received that a tree branch fell on the track near Parsik tunnel. He sent 2 constables to the site. He also informed all concerned and his timely action could avert a major possible accident.
  • Murlidhar Sharma, Loco Pilot CSMT Mumbai Division while on duty saw a tree branch fall on the track near Parsik tunnel, applied emergency brakes and stopped the train. His timely action could avert a major possible accident.
  • Rahul Rai, Assistant Loco Pilot CSMT Mumbai Division while on duty saw a tree branch fall on the track near Parsik tunnel, applied emergency brakes and stopped the train. His timely action could avert a major possible accident.

Bhusaval Division 

  • N.A. Mahajan Station Manager, Hirapur, Bhusaval Division, during his duty saw smoke in one wagon of the goods train. He immediately showed a red signal and stopped the goods train. He also informed all concerned and due to his timely action averted a possible mishap.
  • Neeraj Kumar, Track Maintainer, Pachora, during his duty noticed a weld fracture on the track between Mahoji and Pardhade section. He also informed all concerned. Thus, his timely action could avert a major possible accident.
  • J.S. Patil, Loco Pilot Goods, during his duty near Dongargarh station, dropped the pressure to control the speed of the train but the train did not slow down. Then he applied emergency brakes and on a walky-talky instructed Guard to apply emergency brakes. His timely action could avert a major possible accident.

Nagpur Division

  • Sunil Nandanwar, Loco Pilot, Nagpur of Nagpur division, while on duty felt a jerk between Metpanjra and Katol stations. He informed the Station Manager, Katol. His alertness averted a possible mishap.
  • Gautam Kumar, Track Maintainer, Taku, during his night patrolling duty noticed that due to a landslide water was flowing over the track at Kms 762/18-20 resulting in a ballast washout for 40 meters. He also informed all concerned. Thus, his timely action could avert a major possible accident.
  • Anshul Sahu, Track Maintainer, Taku, during his night patrolling duty noticed that due to a landslide water was flowing over the track at Kms 762/18-20 resulting in a ballast washout for 40 meters. He also informed all concerned. Thus, his timely action could avert a major possible accident. 

Pune Division

  • Yusuf Ali, Fitter-lll, Pune while on duty at the Maintenance depot of EMU, he noticed a crack in the axle box. He also informed all concerned. Thus, his timely action could avert a major possible accident.

Solapur Division

  • Shrikant Madhukar Edke, Trackman, Modlimb, during his duty between Modlimb and Pandharpur, noticed a hammering sound in the goods train and stopped the train with a hand signal. Thus, his timely action could avert a major possible accident.
  • Vishal Ashok, Keyman, Jeur, Solapur Division, during his duty noticed a weld fracture on the track between Pophalaj and Jeur section. He also informed all concerned. Thus, his timely action could avert a major possible accident.

Lahoti, while addressing the occasion said that the awardees have done a commendable job and such 24 x 7 alertness shown by the railway staff for safer working will motivate others and sincerely work towards the safety of passengers.

Alok Singh, Additional General Manager, D.Y. Naik, Principal Chief Safety officer, Rajesh Arora, Principal Chief Engineer, Ajoy Sadany, Principal Chief Security Commissioner, Mukul Jain, Principal Chief Operations Manager, A.K. Gupta, Principal Chief Mechanical Manager, Gopal Chandra, Principal Chief Electrical Engineer and other Principal Heads of Departments of CR were present on the occasion and Divisional Railway Managers of all the Divisions joined the event virtually.



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