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DT Cinemas bags safety award

New Delhi, Dec 16 : DT Cinemas, a leading chain of multiplexes in Delhi, NCR and Chandigarh has been awarded the SWORD OF HONOR by The British Safety Council for maintaining the highest standard of safety at its cinema halls.


It said in a release that it is the first ever cinema chain in the world to receive this prestigious award. The British Safety Council is a global body ensuring safety of individuals, space and lives at work. Their role is to help organizations achieve the highest Health and Safety standards set by law, to protect their staff and future of the business.

Anant Verma, Director & Business Head DT Cinemas. said: "At DT Cinemas, our audience's safety has always been our top priority. This has been reinforced by the Sword of Honor which is the highest safety accolade given by the British Safety Council.

DT Cinema is the first multiplex chain in India to achieve 100% compliance with the Hon'able Supreme Court guidelines for safety and security at movie halls. We hope to continue giving our audience an ultimate cinematic experience by maintaining the highest standards of Safety for them and complying to the norms of Sword of Honor.''

--IBNS (Posted on 16-12-2013)

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