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Health and well-being

We organise biannual holistic health check-ups as well as annual extensive investigations for all employees.

We conduct regular checks to ensure that first aid centres across our plants are well-equipped and manned by experienced doctors and paramedics. Our ‘Doctor at Doorstep’ initiative sees teams of doctors, technicians and nurses visiting Tata Steel employees on shop-floors to counsel them on lifestyle management and treatment at Indian operations.

Ensuring access to nutritious food

Apart from providing air conditioning at all employee canteens, we have taken steps to ensure consistency in the quality of food at all our canteens. Tata Steel also provides specialised training to canteen staff to improve service levels and has committees in place that are responsible for continuous improvement.

Setting high standards for health & safety

Tata Steel has set quality standards by monitoring office seating arrangements as well as mobile equipment such as cranes to ensure that their ergonomics are above par. Air pollution control systems have been installed at our plants to reduce dust levels and more and more equipment can now be operated remotely, making onsite jobs safer and less strenuous. Our 'Mobi-safe' mobile application allows employees to report any unsafe condition/act in the workplace, besides offering features for online detection of hazardous gases as well as visual displays of the shop floor for better understanding of work processes.

Families and celebrations

Our ‘Muskan’ crèches at Indian workspaces support young parents whose work keeps them away from their children. They have state-of the-art facilities and a ratio of 1:3 caregivers to every child. Other initiatives instituted by Tata Steel to engage its workforce include celebrations of professional and personal milestones, reward and recognition events and team get-togethers.