Latest technology is used to ensure safety and environmental sustainability. Best practices are standardized across lines of businesses.
Serious incidents are prevented by employing rigorous safety standards. Zero-accident rate is the goal for the policy, practice and process framework.
DBL strives to reduce impact on the environment around the project sites by embedding sustainable practices within their core business processes.
DBL has installed a state-of-the-art fuel monitoring system on its 10,763 strong fleet of equipment and vehicles. Fuel is monitored using one of the 3 following methods: Monitor...Know More
A free Health Check Up Camp for all Dilipbuildcon employees, their families and nearby villagers was organized in 20th June 2018 at DBL Site Camp. The camp was organized in associa...Know More
DBL considers Environment Health and Safety (EHS) an integral part of its strategic development model. It is committed towards the environmental welfare, worker safety, and employe...Know More
A road or highway under-construction can be a hubspot for accidents and hazards like material collapses, danger from cables, excavation related incidents, impact of dust and fumes ...Know More
Plants, equipment, vehicles and manpower involved in construction are typically major sources of noise pollution. DBL monitors source and ambient noise levels with the help of a CP...Know More
Training imparted to engineers and staff on fire safety management. Some examples are below: Project: Panjim - Manglorezuari Description: Training imparted to engineers and staff...Know More
47 DBL employees donated blood to the hospital. 146 employees underwent a free health checkup, conducted by Dr. Basappa (MBBS) And Dr. Kanchana (MBBS). This was conducted with NACC...Know More