Individually we can do great things, but together we can achieve so much more

Ashish Mudgal,

Senior Planning Engineer

  1. How long have you been with the company and what is your job role?

    I am a Senior Planning Engineer and have been working at Douglas OHI for 9½ years in the Planning Department at Head Office.

  2. What is the first thing you do when you get to work?

    think about my biggest, hardest, and most important task that I want to complete for the day. Once I have decid-ed on it, I start with that.

  3. Which part of your job do you enjoy the most?

    The best thing about my profession is constant learning every day and that’s what I like. I can also share my knowledge with my Manager/senior managers as well as the rest of the team. This goes two ways - I also take guidance from them, which helps me evolve and improve which in turn makes it easier to understand the concepts. Finding new ways of indulging myself in learning new things - it feels so great to learn new things which I can use in my everyday tasks.

  4. What does good HSSE practice look like to you?

    I believe that health, safety, sustainability, and environment are critical elements of success for both the employee and the company.

  5. Workplace safety is very important for each and every employee in the industry because all the workers desire to work in a safe and protect-ed environment. Health and safety is the key factor for all the indus-tries in order to promote the wellness, physically and mentally, of both employees and employers. It is a duty and moral responsibility of everyone in the company to keep themselves safe as well as the people around them.

  6. How would you describe the culture at Douglas OHI?

    A company with cultural diversity is one where every employee feels accepted, valued, and has a sense of belonging. Nobody likes to be micromanaged at work, which makes autonomy an attractive quality for employees. Employees and employer alike greatly value transparency.

  7. What surprised you about working at Douglas OHI?

    It’s no secret that the senior leaders/line managers of my company are incredibly accomplished. It should also be no surprise that you can learn a thing or two from their experiences.