Kanpur Metro’s Priority Corridor, that is being built between IIT & Motijheel has attained the ISO certificates for environment & safety management. The corridor has been certified with ISO 14001 for environment management & ISO 45001 for safety management. After the rigorous audit by the auditors of United Registrar of Systems, Noida affiliated with UKAS, United Kingdom, Kanpur Metro has achieved this certification for its 9KMs long Priority Corridor.
United Registrar of Systems has certified that Uttar Pradesh Metro Rail Corporation Ltd. (UPMRC) has been fulfilling all the requisite standards required for the provided certification during the execution of the Kanpur Metro Rail Project’s Priority Corridor.
To verify that the project has a proper system in place for enabling the policy of environment & safety management, proper execution, regular reviews and accordingly to execute the corrective measures; an audit team reviewed the project last month.
UPMRC has already started planning to get these certifications for the whole Corridor-1 i.e. from IIT-Kanpur to Naubasta. UPMRC always ensures the compliance of international standards during the project execution. Talking about the Lucknow Metro Project, it is to be informed that the 23 KMs long North-South Corridor of Lucknow Metro (CCS Airport to Munshipulia) had received this certification in 2018 i.e. before commencing the passenger services/revenue operations on the whole corridor in March, 2019.