Unfurls tricolour at Jamshedpur works on Republic Day
Jamshedpur, Jan 27: Sanjiv Paul, Vice President (Safety, Health & Sustainability), Tata Steel unfurled the tricolour at the Company’s Jamshedpur Steel Works to mark India’s 72nd Republic Day.
He was joined by Sudhanshu Pathak, Vice President, Tata Steel, Tata Workers’ Union President R Ravi Prasad, general secretary Satish Singh and deputy president Arvind Pandey. All the other guests, employees and other stakeholders were invited to join the function on the webcast.
Addressing the gathering after unfurling the national flag, Sanjiv Paul said, “As we look back, the way we have overcome the unforeseen challenges posed by Covid-19 pandemic to ensure safety and well-being of all stakeholders while maintaining business continuity, it is indeed gratifying. The focus in safety and health remains on ensuring a work place with zero fatality.
COVID-19 has accelerated us to a future which mandates an agile and a future-ready organization. Our transformation journey to become an agile, digital and intelligent enterprise through cloud, data and Artificial Intelligence enabled us to respond to the COVID-19 situation favourably. Going forward, ringing in an agile work culture; to do what is right for the company, work collaboratively to redefine purpose aligned to corporate objectives will be a common goal.”
He further said, “When it comes to Sustainability, Tata Steel has been ranked among the top five steel majors in the Dow Jones Sustainability Indices (DJSI) Corporate Sustainability Assessment 2020 for the 9th year. Tata Steel Group was rated among the world’s top 6 steel companies by the Climate Disclosure Project (CDP). This was the Group’s highest rating in the last 3 years and marks our commitment to climate change mitigation through responsible use of natural resources, breakthrough R&D, innovation and collaboration. We are now part of ResponsibleSteel, the industry’s first global multi-stakeholder standard and certification initiative that helps its members achieve their sustainability goals.”
“The year 2021 will be a year for new opportunities. It is an opportune moment to renew our resolve to make a better tomorrow. Not just one that is better for ourselves, or for Tata Steel, but one that benefits all our stakeholders and communities we engage with,” Paul added.