83rd Year | 2021-22 | Integrated Annual Report
Guided by the Tata Code of Conduct, safety is an inherent part across all stages of the project life cycle at Tata Chemicals and we strive for Zero Harm. We ensure it through the implementation of systematic processes that are executed through trained personnel, adoption of global best practices and world-class technologies.
*Includes all subsidiaries
We have an integrated Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) policy which describes actions to influence workplace decisions and
guide SHE actions.
Although, we constantly strive to improve safety in working conditions, we faced two unfortunate fatal incidents in FY 2021-22.
We implemented corrective actions to prevent such recurrences and also supported the family of the deceased under the
PSI has been a key driver of SHE performance improvement. It involves tracking 11 lead indicators across 5 PSI elements of
leadership engagement, workplace safety sustenance, employee engagement and safety competency, incident management and safety review. Tracking and managing PSI against target is driving system efficacy, sustaining strategies and implementing initiatives to control safety risks.
Achieved the target of 75%
for the enterprise
We have established robust systems and processes to enhance safety performance. LAMP and structural safety programmes are
in place. Regular audits, inspections, surprise checks and engagement with experts are being undertaken to identify improvement
areas and implement actions. Gap analysis is done to identify and implement new safety processes and checklists through
internal benchmarking in line with the Tata Health & Safety Management System and ISO 45001. For high-risk areas, Business
Assurance Audits are being undertaken.
Closure of audit action points
Risk Mitigation Plan
TCL India sites (TCL & Rallis)
completed cross site / business
Digitalisation and safety analytics, implemented across global operations, plays a crucial role in enhancing our safety performance.
Scope of Master Data Online (MDO) has enhanced for digitalisation of safety process along with launch of mobile app platform.
We have migrated the safety portal to cloud resulting in higher availability and agile infrastructure. Further, Medical Module has
been successfully implemented for occupational health monitoring.
We are training employees and undertaking focussed interventions to improve safety, behaviour and competency. We have
engaged Cross Functional Teams (CFTs) for deploying safety initiatives and joint management-workmen committees, having
active participation of Senior Management and workmen, for site-level Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) areas.
Near-miss reported /
We have implemented several unique initiatives to promote safety culture among employees including:
1. Safety Green Area Project
2. Process Safety and Risk
Management (PSRM) at
Mithapur & Rallis, on-ground
boots at TCE, Safety One Plan at
TCNA and Safety Hour at R&D
3. Contractor Employee
Certification for key trades
Sustaining the ongoing safety improvement programmes
Implementation of PSRM at all Locations
Lead indicators through PSI for measurable systematic improvements
Strengthening training modules for key trades associated with high-risk activities
Enhancing the scope of digitalisation, IoT and AI for safety management