AdaniConneX, the joint venture between the Adani Group and EdgeConneX, has achieved a significant milestone with its Hyderabad data center receiving a Five-Star grading in the Occupational Health and Safety Audit by the British Safety Council. This distinction marks the first time a data center in India has earned such recognition, underscoring AdaniConneX’s dedication to continuously improving health and safety management systems.

The assessment of the Hyderabad site involved a thorough evaluation of its occupational health and safety policies, procedures, and practices. This included reviews of documentation, interviews with management and employees, and observation of operational activities. Nearly 60 components were meticulously assessed against key health and safety management benchmarks.

As one of India’s rapidly expanding players, AdaniConneX is establishing a 1 GW data center platform powered by renewable energy across strategic locations such as Hyderabad, Chennai, Noida, and Pune. In an era dominated by artificial intelligence, the strategic deployment of data centers will accelerate the adoption of modern technologies, contributing to India’s digital aspirations.

Mike Robinson, CEO of the British Safety Council, commended the achievement, stating that the Five-Star grading reflects the proactive commitment of AdaniConneX to improving health and safety practices and effectively managing risks to workers’ well-being.

Sanjay Bhutani, Chief Business Officer of AdaniConneX, emphasized the paramount importance of safety in their growth journey. He highlighted initiatives focused on people development, site digitalization, and process enhancement aligned with global best practices. The prestigious Five-Star grading by the British Safety Council serves as a catalyst to reinforce their commitment to creating safer construction sites and delivering superior customer experiences.


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