Safety Management System

Effective implementation of Safety Management Systems (SMS) is the reason behind our ability to predict and avoid safety issues much before they can occur. The SMS also equips employees and the management with knowledge, safety tools and ability to effectively deal with accidents and near-misses, applying valuable lessons learnt to further enhance safety and efficiency.

SUPERGAS supports the adoption of SMS by undertaking an extensive discussion and consultation with all stakeholders – management, employees, suppliers, contractors and customers – bringing into action the concept of ‘Shared Safety Responsibility.’ Based on the resulting views, awareness and promotional campaigns are executed and a robust framework is created that supports systematic, clear and comprehensive processes to manage safety risks better.


  • Regional safety committee meeting is held four times a year under the responsibility of Regional Operational Manager at respective regions.
  • Similarly, another quarterly meeting at local filling-plants and terminals, presented by the Plant Manager, gathers the Location Safety Committee.
  • A half-yearly meeting, convened by the Safety Coordinator, at Corporate offices across the country calls in the Central Safety Committee.


  • Plant engineers of respective filling-plants and terminals train operators, security and contractors. These training programs are organized four times a year
  • Training is provided to Cylinder-Franchisees as well as the hi-drive Franchisees across the country. These programs are administered by training managers, and are scheduled once a year.
  • The regional training managers organize on-site training once a year for installers and service providers across the country.
  • Respective plant managers train cylinder truck and bulk tanker crew once a year.


  • Our security and staff members participate in mock-drills under the supervision of the plant managers. Held four times a year, the program is planned at the filling plants and terminals.
  • The safety officer and the plant manager administer external and office mock-drills respectively. The programs are set at the filling plants, terminals and corporate offices.


  • For both the national and regional programs, the safety coordinators draw the report twice a year at the regional and corporate offices.
  • Safety Performance statistics are reported four times a year by the safety coordinator at the regional offices.
  • The VP of operations, once a year, reports the SHV Gas’ Safety Performance.


  • The plant manager audits SHV filling plants and Electrical at the filling plants and terminals once a year.
  • SHV standards part 1 and 2 is supervised by the ROM, and is done once a year at the filling plants and terminals.
  • Twice a year, the ROM audits on the contract filling plants at the filling plants. The ROM conducts external audits once in two years at our filling plants and terminals.
  • A safety coordinator audits Electrical yearly at the corporate/regional offices.
  • The plant manager yearly, at the filling plants and terminals, manages audits on security.
  • Franchisee storages are audited once in two years by the TM-retail across the country.
  • At SHV depots, a yearly auditing by the plant manager on SHV owned storages is administered.
  • The RTM, across India, audits yearly on SGS installations that includes cylinder, bulk and hi-drive ALDS.

Planned maintenance/statutory experiments

  • The plant manager supervises maintenance operations in SHV filling plants once a year.
  • Administration officer undertakes yearly maintenance of office equipment at corporate and regional offices.

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