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Tata Steel committed to nation-building, can’t ignore climate change: Sanjiv Paul


Tricolour hoisted at Tata Steel Works main gate on R-Day

Mail News Service

Jamshedpur, Jan 27: Republic Day was celebrated with fervour at Tata Steel. Vice President (Safety, Health and Sustainability) Sanjiv Paul hoisted the National Flag at Tata Steel Works main gate.

In his address, Paul stressed the need to utilize every opportunity to build the nation. A strong economic foundation makes India a more attractive and stable destination for investors, he said.

“Committed to the country’s development, Tata Steel is in a unique and important position to fulfill India’s needs to achieve self-reliability,” said Paul.

The Vice President said climate change could not be ignored and that it was a subject not debated over by the privileged class but something felt by one and all. The world has accepted it as a challenge and there is need to tackle it, he said.

“Tata Steel has taken few steps on this front. We need to do much more,” he said.

Paul said Tata Steel was continuing its work by maintaining human values with social commitment amidst global competition. “Tata Steel has set a target of 40 million tonne steel production by 2030. But it has not yet achieved zero accident goal. Efforts are on in this direction. Accidents have reduced. A year ago, there used to be 15-16 accidents. But this data is better than other steel companies. The company nevertheless aims to achieve zero casualty goal in the field of safety,” he said.

The Vice President said there was no discrimination between permanent and temporary employees when it comes to safety training and health amenities.

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