IDL Explosives Limited adheres to all the regulatory requirements as prescribed under Explosives Act 1884 and Explosives Rules 2008. Our supplies will be made only to one who is a holder of a license to possess the explosives or the agent of a holder of such license duly authorized by him in writing. All deliveries will be made only against submission of indent in form RE-11 as prescribed
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Integrated Management System (IMS)
What is an Integrated Management System?

An integrated management system is a management system that integrates all of an organization's systems and processes into one complete framework, enabling an organization to work as a single unit with unified objectives.

With an integrated system, organization becomes a unified whole, with each function aligned behind a single goal: improving the performance of the entire organization. Instead of working on independent systems, we have a genuinely coordinated system: one that's greater than the sum of its parts, and can achieve more than ever before. An integrated system provides a clear, holistic picture of all aspects of the organization, how they affect each other, and their associated risks. There is less duplication, and it becomes easier to adopt new systems in future.

An integrated management system allows a management team to create one structure that can help to effectively and efficiently deliver an organization's objectives. From managing employees' needs, to monitoring competitors' activities, from encouraging best practice to minimizing risks and maximizing resources, an integrated approach can help any organization achieve its objectives.

Integrated Management System reassures all those outside the organization, the quality of the systems, removing barriers to trade and helping to meet contractual requirements. It provides transparency and authority, strengthening the brand, attracting investment and cementing relationships with stakeholders. In short, implementing Integrated Management System can sharpen competitive edge and saves money.

As a part of this, initially the “Quality Management System (QMS)” has been audited and re-certified by TUV Rheinland as against the standard ISO 9001:2008 (QMS) on 3rd August 2010.

After completing successfully the implementation of QMS, the process of integrating the Environmental Management System (EMS) against the standard ISO 14001:2004 and Occupational Health & Safety Management System (OHSMS) against the standard BS OHSAS 18001:2007 has been started. The facilities have been certified for its Environmental management systems on 3rd June 2011 and for Occupational Health & Safety Management System on 31st May 2011.

Safety and Environment

Safety and environment are integral to the business performance of our company and receives continuous attention throughout the year. Safety audits are carried out by internal safety audit teams and also by external audit teams at regular intervals. Safe Operating Procedures are strictly enforced in all factories and plants to ensure minimization of risk. Also, strict compliance with the requirement of Explosives Act and Rules is undertaken to ensure that the adjacent stakeholders are protected. To ensure this, all our factories maintain not only the inner safety distances but also the outer safety distances as prescribed by the Explosives Rules and all the premises are regularly monitored by the Petroleum and Explosives Safety Organization (PESO) of the Government of India for protection of the environment.

Various measures are taken to ensure the compliance of emission, waste water and waste disposal norms of the local authorities of the respective factories. At all factories the emissions from the boiler and the Generator stacks are monitored regularly to comply with the limits set by the State Pollution Control Board.

The company initiated a campaign to upgrade the safety in Bulk Emulsion manufacture and delivery by introducing further safety measures in pump operations. In this connection, audits of bulk manufacturing facilities at Singrauli and Rourkela were carried out by an expert from UK and his observations were put to action.