Tata BlueScope Steel Limited, one of the market leaders in the field of coated steel, steel building products and building solutions was presented “Achievement Award for Construction Health, Safety and Environment” for its Tata Steel Kalinganagar Project, Odisha by Construction Industry Development Council, a joint council between Planning Commission and the Indian construction industry.
The award was conferred to Tata BlueScope in recognition of its efforts in promoting safety, health and environment initiatives for project site at Kalinganagar, Odisha. TBSL’s Building Products division, LYSGAHT was instrumental in providing design detailing, engineering and construction, support along with the supply of colour coated metal sheets for their roofing and walling requirement.
Speaking on this occasion Ajay Rattan, General Manager – Sales, Construction & Engineering (Lysaght Business), TBSL said, “It is an honour to receive this recognition for one of our prestigious projects. This is a testimony to our dedicated efforts in creating an environment that follows highest safety standards, eliminating injuries, ill health and any negative impact on the environment. Tata Steel’s Kalinganagar Plant came with many challenges; such as, terse climatic conditions, over 80 metres height of installations spread across 3,500 acres, workforce availability etc. to name a few. With our stringent safety norms and practices we were able to clock 1 Million Lost Time Injury (LTI) / Medically Treated Injury (MTI) free man hours up to till date with 80 per cent project completion.”
Tata BlueScope Steel’s management strategy dovetails into the company’s ultimate goal of “Zero Harm”- To People, Plant and Environment. Riten Choudhury, MD, Tata BlueScope Steel further elaborating on this philosophy, said, “We take our responsibilities in the area of health and safety very seriously. ‘Zero Harm’ to planet, people and environment is in our DNA and is an important driver for continuous improvement in health and safety performance, across Tata BlueScope Steel. This award reiterates our capabilities in implementing world-class safety practices and processes.”
On behalf of Tata Steel, Chief of RMHS and Logistics C L Karan quoted, “The job has been executed within the stipulated completion date to our satisfaction, adhering to all safety guidelines.”