Kia India opens ‘Safety experience training Centre’ in Anantapur

Updated - April 20, 2023 07:57 am IST

Published - April 20, 2023 06:48 am IST - ANANTAPUR

Director of Factories D. Chandra Sekhar Varma at the inaugural of Kia India Safety Experience Training Centre, on the premises of Kia cars manufacturing unit at Erramanchi in Sri Sathya Sai district held on Wednesday.

Director of Factories D. Chandra Sekhar Varma at the inaugural of Kia India Safety Experience Training Centre, on the premises of Kia cars manufacturing unit at Erramanchi in Sri Sathya Sai district held on Wednesday. | Photo Credit: SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT

Kia India inaugurated Kia India Safety Experience Training Centre, a virtual and practical learning centre for workplace safety practices and procedures, at its car manufacturing facility at Erramanchi in Sri Sathya Sai district on Wednesday.  

Director of Factories D. Chandra Sekhar Varma inaugurated the training centre and said that it brings together a broad range of technology and innovation into a learning space which is designed to accommodate the safety needs of its workforce exclusively.

Kia India MD & CEO Tae-Jin Park said, “Our safety experience training centre is a part of our continuous improvement plan to streamline safety regulation by providing live and virtual safety learning exclusively to all our members. This practical training will significantly improve their learning experience and create a safe workplace environment.”

Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories Keshavalu, Kia India Chief Administrative Officer Kabdong Lee, and others were present on the occasion. 

The training centre is spread over 2,750 square feet providing real-time experience in 16 types of safety modules. 

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