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Tata Steel Standalone, Tata Steel Long Products, Tata Steel United Kingdom (UK), Tata Steel Netherlands and Tata Steel Thailand account for ~ 90% of our global group turnover. This Factsheet represents our ESG performance for these entities.

Note: In FY 2021-22 Standalone figures include performance of the newly amalgamated erstwhile business of Tata Steel BSL Limited.

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Basic information

 

Crude Steel Production

 

Tata Steel Standalone

MnT

12.48

13.23

13.16

12.19

18.38

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

MnT

-

-

0.59

0.65

0.68

Tata Steel UK

MnT

3.51

3.13

3.38

3.27

3.40

Tata Steel Netherlands

MnT

6.90

6.90

6.62

6.07

6.45

Tata Steel Thailand

MnT

1.20

1.03

0.99

1.09

1.31

Environmental

 

CO2 emissions (based on worldsteel user guide V9.5)

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone - Jamshedpur, Kalinganagar, Meramandali

 

Absolute emissions -Scope 1+1.1

MnT

30.5

31.7

31.1

29.4

46.2

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

1.2

1.2

1.1

1.0

1.7

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-2.0

-1.8

-1.8

-2.0

-3.2

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1+1.1+2 + 3)

MnT

29.7

31

30.4

28.3

44.7

CO2 emissions intensity

tCO2/tcs

2.37

2.35

2.31

2.32

2.43

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

-

-

3.0

3.1

3.2

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

0.0

0.0

0.0

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-0.3

-0.4

-0.3

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

2.7

2.8

3.0

CO2 emissions intensity

tCO2/tcs

-

-

4.52

4.29

4.39

Tata Steel UK

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

7.0

6.4

7.1

6.5

6.9

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

0.5

0.4

0.4

0.3

0.4

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

0.6

0.5

0.5

0.5

0.4

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

8.1

7.4

8.0

7.3

7.7

CO2 emissions intensity (Port Talbot)

tCO2/tcs

2.18

2.21

2.22

2.14

2.16

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1+1.1

MnT

13

12

12

11

12

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-(0.15)

-(0.18)

-(0.13)

-(0.06)

-(0.1)

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

0.08

0.15

0.16

0.17

0.27

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1+1.1+2 + 3)

MnT

13

12

12

11

12

CO2 emissions intensity (IJmuiden)

tCO2/tcs

1.79

1.77

1.76

1.77

1.78

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

0.2

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.4

0.5

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

0.1

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

0.7

0.7

0.7

0.7

0.8

CO2 emissions intensity

tCO2/tcs

0.62

0.64

0.67

0.64

0.61

Calculations of Scope 1, 2, 3 emissions are as per worldsteel methodology

GHG emissions (based on GHG Protocol)

 

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Absolute emissions -Scope 1

MnT

-

-

-

32.5

49.7

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

-

3.9

5.1

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-

5.2

6.4

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

-

41.5

61.2

Tata Steel Long Products Limited

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

-

-

-

3.9

4.1

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

-

0.0

0.0

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-

0.6

0.6

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

-

4.5

4.7

Tata Steel UK

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

-

-

-

6.6

7.0

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

-

0.2

0.2

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-

1.0

1.0

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

-

7.7

8.3

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

-

-

-

11.0

11.7

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

-

0.7

0.8

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-

1.8

1.8

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

-

13.6

14.2

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

-

-

-

0.2

0.2

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

-

0.4

0.5

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-

0.2

0.2

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

-

0.8

0.9

Tata Steel Consolidated (including other TSL entities )*

 

Absolute emissions - Scope 1

MnT

-

-

-

66.0

75.7

Absolute emissions - Scope 2

MnT

-

-

-

4.8

5.6

Absolute emissions - Scope 3

MnT

-

-

-

12.6

11.9

Total absolute emissions 
(Scope 1 +2 + 3)

MnT

-

-

-

83.4

93.2

* Worldsteel methodology allows credits due to export to various co-products / byproducts (incl. gases). No such credits are included in GHG Protocol estimation. Scope 1.1 emissions under worldsteel scope considered direct emissions under scope 1 for steelmaking sites.

Consolidated emissions of Tata Steel has been arrived at by using equity based approach

For TSJ, TSK and TSM, Absolute Scope 1 emissions are 46.7 MntCO2e, Absolute Scope 2 emissions are 4.4 MntCO2e, Absolute Scope 3 emissions are 1.5 MntCO2e.

Air emissions

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Stack dust emissions

Kilo tonnes

5.75

5.59

5.04

4.10

7.22

Dust emission intensity

kg/tcs

0.46

0.42

0.38

0.34

0.39

SOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

12.50

7.37

8.57

7.83

30.40

SOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

1.00

0.56

0.65

0.64

1.65

NOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

12.81

8.89

8.70

7.53

16.01

NOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

1.03

0.67

0.66

0.62

0.87

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Dust emissions

Kilo tonnes

-

-

1.69

1.17

1.03

Dust emission intensity

kg/tcs

-

-

2.86

1.81

1.50

SOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

-

-

5.11

4.88

6.01

SOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

-

-

8.66

7.53

8.79

NOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

-

-

0.97

1.08

1.21

NOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

-

-

1.64

1.67

1.77

Tata Steel UK (CY*)

 

Dust emissions

Kilo tonnes

2.05

1.96

1.94

2.23

1.96

Dust emission intensity

kg/tcs

0.57

0.64

0.57

0.69

0.55

SOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

7.19

7.07

7.09

6.61

4.96

SOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

2.02

2.29

2.10

2.04

1.40

NOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

4.97

3.84

4.83

5.14

5.05

NOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

1.39

1.24

1.43

1.58

1.43

Tata Steel Netherlands@ (CY*)

 

Dust emissions

Kilo tonnes

1.91

1.80

1.88

1.80

1.57

Dust emission intensity

kg/tcs

0.28

0.26

0.28

0.30

0.24

SOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

3.23

3.13

3.16

3.04

2.79

SOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

0.47

0.46

0.48

0.50

0.42

NOx emissions

Kilo tonnes

5.78

5.73

6.03

5.13

5.35

NOx emission intensity

kg/tcs

0.85

0.84

0.91

0.85

0.80

*Calendar year reporting (1 January - 31 December)

Water

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Fresh water consumption

Million m3

48.7

46.3

40.8

32.9

50

Specific fresh water consumption

m3/tcs

3.90

3.50

3.10

2.7

2.71

Effluent discharge volume

Million m3

11.5

10.3

9.5

8.3

9

Effluent discharge intensity

m3/tcs

0.92

0.78

0.72

0.68

0.52

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Fresh water consumption

Million m3

-

-

6.79

6.78

6.99

Specific fresh water consumption

m3/tcs

-

-

7.71

7.53

6.23

Effluent discharge volume

Million m3

-

Zero process water discharge

Effluent discharge intensity

m3/tcs

-

Tata Steel UK (CY*)

 

Fresh water consumption

Million m3

17

19

22

28

31

Specific fresh water consumption

m3/tcs

4.83

6.01

6.51

8.73

8.70

Effluent discharge volume

Million m3

17

33

20

18

21

Effluent discharge intensity

m3/tcs

4.71

10.79

5.76

5.40

6.02

Tata Steel Netherlands@ (CY*)

 

Fresh water consumption

Million m3

34

34

33

32

33

Specific fresh water consumption

m3/tcs

4.95

4.96

4.93

5.20

4.76

Effluent discharge volume#

Million m3

179

182

194

185

204

Effluent discharge intensity

m3/tcs

26.3

26.6

29.0

30.4

30.6

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Fresh water consumption

Million m3

-

1.85

1.95

1.72

1.73

Specific fresh water consumption

m3/tcs

-

1.80

1.59

1.28

1.22

Effluent discharge volume

Million m3

Zero process water discharge

Effluent discharge intensity

m3/tcs

*Calendar year reporting (1 January - 31 December)

@ All figures for primary steelmaking, IJmuiden production site

@ Total (scope 1+2+3): based on methodology of worldsteel, including credits for slag delivery to cement industry., Primary Steelmaking, IJmuiden production site

# Sea water intake and return to sea ~161 million m3/year as for cooling Calculations of Scope 1, 2, 3 emissions are as per worldsteel V9.5 methodology

Waste

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Solid waste generated

Kilo tonnes

-

-

9,967

9,427

15,041

Solid waste utilised

Kilo tonnes

-

-

9,967

9,417

14,815

Solid waste sent to landfill / incineration

Kilo tonnes

-

-

 

 

 

Solid waste utilisation

%

-

-

100

99.9

98.5

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Solid waste generated

Kilo tonnes

-

-

-

947.2

1023.4

Solid waste utilised

Kilo tonnes

-

-

-

1,057.1

851.2

Solid waste utilisation

%

-

-

-

100

87

Tata Steel UK (CY*)

 

Solid waste generated

Kilo tonnes

-

-

230.8

186.3

111.4

Solid waste utilised

Kilo tonnes

-

-

221.2

112.7

84.8

Solid waste sent to landfill / incineration

Kilo tonnes

-

-

4.27

3.62

6.58

Solid waste utilisation

%

-

-

95.9

60.5

76.1

Tata Steel Netherlands@ (CY*)

 

Solid waste generated

Kilo tonnes

228

193

218

201

170

Solid waste utilised

Kilo tonnes

187

143

170

159

127

Solid waste sent to landfill

Kilo tonnes

35

48

42

36

38

Solid waste utilisation

%

82.0

74.1

78.3

79.1

74.7

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Solid waste generated

Kilo tonnes

199.7

211.1

200.7

221.6

265.9

Solid waste utilised

Kilo tonnes

199.3

210.4

200.3

221.1

265.2

Solid waste sent to landfill / incineration

Kilo tonnes

0.35

0.70

0.36

0.46

0.69

Solid waste utilisation

%

99.9

99.7

99.8

99.8

99.7

* Calendar year reporting (1 January - 31 December)

Energy

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Specific energy consumption

GJ/tcs

25.11

24.35

24.17

24.11

23.62

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Specific energy consumption

GJ/tcs

-

-

29.16

29.25

32.47

Tata Steel UK

 

Specific energy consumption

GJ/tcs

23.60

24.20

23.80

22.80

23.10

Tata Steel Netherlands#

 

Specific energy consumption

GJ/tcs

20.06

19.99

19.79

20.22

20.38

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Specific energy consumption

GJ/tcs

9.50

9.90

10.00

9.86

9.30

Biodiversity

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Total sites covered under Biodiversity Management Plans (BMPs)

%

-

-

-

52.3

61.9

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

Total sites covered under Biodiversity Management Nos. Plans (BMPs)

Nos.

-

-

-

-

Initiated at 3 sites

Tata Steel UK

Discrete sites under 
biodiversity management

Nos

-

-

-

-

7

# Based on crude steel production volumes

EMS - Environment Management System@ primary steelmaking, IJmuiden production site

Management

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Workforce (permanent+contract) working in EMS (ISO 14001) certified steel production facilities

%

-

-

100

100

100

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Workforce (permanent+contract) working in EMS (ISO 14001) certified steel production facilities

%

-

-

100

100

100

Tata Steel UK

 

Workforce (permanent+contract) working in EMS (ISO 14001) certified steel production facilities

%

-

-

100

100

100

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Workforce (permanent+contract) working in EMS (ISO 14001) certified steel production facilities

%

-

-

100

100

100

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Workforce (permanent+contract) working in EMS (ISO 14001) certified steel production facilities

%

-

-

100

100

100

Scrap recycling

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

Kilo tonnes

-

-

-

598

1,252

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

%

-

-

-

4.9

6.8

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

Kilo tonnes

-

-

21.9

20.4

29.7

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

%

-

-

3.7

3.2

4.3

Tata Steel UK

 

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

Kilo tonnes

559

531

497

554

596

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

%

16.0

17.1

14.7

16.9

17.5

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Steel scrap recycled (internal & external)

Kilo tonnes

1,095

1,140

1,150

1,019

1,137

Steel scrap recycled# (internal & external)

%

15.9

16.5

17.4

16.8

17.6

Tata Steel Thailand

Primary raw material used is steel scrap which is 100% recyclable

Spend on Climate Change and Environment

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Spend on Climate Change and 
Environment (Capex)

₹ crore

544

286

283

139

554

Tata Steel Long Products Limited - Gamharia

 

Spend on Climate Change and  
Environment (Capex)

₹ crore

-

-

-

7.9

8.7

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Spend on Climate Change and  
Environment (Capex)

Million Euros

6.9

16.9

48.3

51.0

33.5

Standalone figures of FY 2021-22 includes performance of the recently merged business of erstwhile TSBSL now renamed as Tata Steel Meramandali (TSM). We are horizontally deploying best practices of our Jamshedpur and Kalinganagar facillities at Meramandali and plan to improve its environmental performance to best possible level in due course of time.

Social

 

Health & Safety

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Fatalities

Nos.

3

2

3

3

3

Lost-time Injury (LTI) - employee

Nos.

42

38

58

48

58

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – contractor

Nos.

22

30

69

47

107

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – Total

Nos.

64

68

127

95

165

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) - employee

Index

0.50

0.47

0.78

0.63

0.67

Lost-timeInjury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) – contractor

Index

0.16

0.19

0.4

0.49

0.55

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) – Total

Index

0.29

0.29

0.52

0.55

0.59

Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) - employee

Index

-

2.21

3.20

2.74

2.31

Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) - contractor

Index

-

0.98

1.38

1.81

2.24

Total Recordable Injury Frequency Rate (TRIFR) - Total

Index

-

1.39

1.93

2.22

2.26

Sites with Safety Management System (ISO 45001/ OHSAS 18001)

%

-

-

-

100

100

Organisational Health Index

Score out of 16

12.47

12.62

12.7

12.83

13.05

Tata Steel Long Products Limited

 

Fatalities Nos.

Nos.

-

-

0

1

0

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – employee Nos.

Nos.

-

-

-

3

7

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – contractor Nos.

Nos.

-

-

-

21

7

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – Total Nos.

Nos.

-

-

15

24

14

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) – Total

Index

-

-

1.07

1.38

0.66

Sites with Safety Management System
(ISO 45001/ OHSAS 18001)

%

-

-

100

100

100

Tata Steel UK

 

Fatalities Nos.

Nos.

0

0

2

0

0

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – employee

Nos.

25

19

36

30

33

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – contractor

Nos.

7

8

7

9

15

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – Total

Nos.

32

27

43

39

48

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate 
(LTIFR) - employee

Index

1.47

1.13

2.25

1.93

2.1

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate
 (LTIFR) – contractor

Index

1.42

1.61

1.43

2.1

3.17

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate 
(LTIFR) – Total

Index

1.46

1.24

2.06

1.97

2.35

Sites with Safety Management System 
(ISO 45001/ OHSAS 18001)

%

-

-

4.76

15

16.66

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Fatalities

Nos.

1

0

0

0

0

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – employee

Nos.

19

19

18

17

19

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – contractor

Nos.

11

20

13

9

8

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – Total

Nos.

30

39

31

26

27

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate
 (LTIFR) - employee

Index

1.02

1.03

0.99

0.93

1.01

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate 
(LTIFR) – contractor

Index

2.24

3.71

3.31

2.81

2.36

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate
 (LTIFR) – Total

Index

1.27

1.63

1.40

1.21

1.21

Sites with Safety Management System
(ISO 45001/OHSAS 18001)

%

0

0

24

28

36

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Fatalities

Nos.

0

0

0

0

1

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – employee

Nos.

1

4

0

0

0

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – contractor

Nos.

0

3

0

1

3

Lost-time Injury (LTI) – Total

Nos.

1

7

0

1

3

Lost-timeInjury Frequency Rate 
(LTIFR) - employee

Index

0.35

1.5

0

0

0

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate
 (LTIFR) – contractor

Index

0

1.07

0

0.42

1.34

Lost-time Injury Frequency Rate
 (LTIFR) – Total

Index

0.17

1.28

0

0.21

0.63

Sites with Safety Management System
(ISO 45001/ % OHSAS 18001)

%

100

100

100

100

100

Standalone figures of FY 2021-22 includes performance of the recently merged business of erstwhile TSBSL now renamed as Tata Steel Meramandali (TSM).

Human Resource Management

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Nos. of employees

Nos.

34,072

32,984

32,364

31,189

35,927

New employee hires

Nos.

-

1,977

1,820

2,129

1,704

Employee productivity (steel volume)

tcs/employee/ year

768

800

803

745

854

Women in workforce

%

6.1

6.5

6.9

7.4

6.9

Women in management
 positions in  Workforce

%

11.1

11.6

12.0

12.6

11.7

Share of women in all management positions, including junior, middle and top management in workforce

%

-

-

12

12.6

11.7

Share of women in junior management positions in workforce

%

-

-

13.9

15.0

13.7

Share of women in top management positions in workforce

%

-

-

7

7.4

7.1

Share of women in management positions in revenue-generating functions in workforce

%

-

-

15.7

17.5

15

Share of women in STEM-related positions in workforce

%

-

-

4.6

6

5.7

Women Salary**

Average salary in Executive level (INR, base salary only)

-

-

-

2,882,188

3,127,174

Average salary in Executive level (INR, base salary + other cash incentives)

-

-

-

9,998,262

10,698,140

Average salary in Management level (INR, base salary only)

-

-

-

603,513

654,812

Average salary in Management level (INR, base salary + other cash incentives)

-

-

-

2,176,059

2,328,383

Average salary in Non-management level (INR, base salary only)

-

-

-

1,103,556

1,061,922

Men Salary**

Average salary in Executive level (INR, base salary only)

-

-

-

2,919,636

3,167,805

Average salary in Executive level (INR, base salary + other cash incentives)

-

-

-

10,072,894

10,777,997

Average salary in Management level (INR, base salary only)

-

-

-

816,926

886,365

Average salary in Management level (INR, base salary + other cash incentives)

-

-

-

2,521,325

2,697,818

Average salary in Non-management level (INR, base salary only)

-

-

-

1,234,908

1,190,100

Age break-up of the workforce (<30 years)

%

-

15.1

15.5

18

23

Age break-up of the workforce (30 - 50 years)

%

-

54.8

55.3

57

59

Age break-up of the workforce (>50 years)

%

-

30.1

29.2

25

17

Employee turnover rate

%

6.1

6.4

6.8

7.5

6.9

Workforce covered through formal trade unions

%

89.3

88.9

87.4

86.1

79.6

Diversity Mix (% of employees who belong to categories of - Affirmative Action/Women/ % PWD/LGBTQ+)

%

-

-

19

20

18

Affirmative Action (AA) Community
Representation (share in total workforce)

%

17.3

17.3

17.5

17.2

11.9

Affirmative Action (AA) Community Representation
(Share in all management positions, including junior, middle and senior management)

%

3.5

3.9

3.9

3.6

4.4

Breakdown* in workforce

%

17.3

17.3

17.5

17.2

11.9

Share of People with disability in workforce

%

-

-

0.2

0.2

0.14

Share of LGBTQI+ people in workforce

%

-

-

-

-

0.01#

Investment in employee training and development

 ₹ crore

-

-

133

152

159

Employee training

Thousand person days

194

248

253

199

413

Employee training

Person-days/employee/year

5.62

7.52

7.81

6.38

11.51

New employee hires – working level

Officers (Nos)

-

854

812

575

710

Non Officers (Nos)

-

1,123

1,008

1,554

994

Total Hires (Nos)

-

1,977

1,820

2,129

1,704

New employee hires – Gender

Female Hires (Nos)

-

280

276

322

395

Male Hires (Nos)

-

1,697

1,544

1,807

1,308

Open positions filled by internal candidates

%

-

-

73

67

78

Average hiring cost/FTE

INR

-

-

86,626

99,273

67,338

Employee Turnover Rate – All seperations

%

-

6.4

6.8

7.5

6.9

Employee Turnover Rate – Gender

Male (%)

-

-

-

7.5

7.6

Female(%)

-

-

-

6.3

11.9

Employee Turnover Rate - Working Level

Officers (%)

-

-

-

7.9

12.3

Non Officers (%)

-

-

-

7.4

6.8

Voluntary Employer Turnover Rate

%

-

1.1

1.3

1.1

2

Engagement Survey Score - TSL

(%)

74

NA

78

NA

NA

Engagement Survey Score - Officers

(%)

66

NA

65

NA

69

Engagement Survey Score - Non-Officers ***

(%)

77

NA

83

NA

NA

Engagement Survey for Officers – Gender

Male (%)

NA

NA

66

NA

70

Female(%)

NA

NA

61

NA

60

Engagement Survey for Officers – Age Group

60+ Years (%)

NA

NA

86

NA

-

51-55 Years (%)

NA

NA

80

NA

86

56-59 Years (%)

NA

NA

85

NA

86

46-50 Years (%)

NA

NA

75

NA

81

41-45 Years (%)

NA

NA

70

NA

78

36-40 Years (%)

NA

NA

66

NA

68

31-35 Years (%)

NA

NA

55

NA

61

26-30 Years (%)

NA

NA

49

NA

51

18-25 Years (%)

NA

NA

53

NA

51

Engagement Survey for Non-Officers – Gender

Male (%)

-

-

85

-

-

Female(%)

-

-

86

-

-

Engagement Survey for Non-Officers – Age Group

60+ Years (%)

-

-

91

-

-

51-55 Years (%)

-

-

91

-

-

56-59 Years (%)

-

-

91

-

-

46-50 Years (%)

-

-

89

-

-

41-45 Years (%)

-

-

85

-

-

Tata Steel Long Products Limited

Nos. of employees

Nos.

-

-

2,496

2,395

2,357

New employee hires

Nos.

-

-

51

19

106

Employee productivity (steel volume)

tcs/employee/ year

-

-

456

548

665

Female employees in workforce

%

-

-

2.2

2.4

2.8

Female employees in management positions in % workforce

%

-

-

0.6

0.7

1.2

Age break-up of the workforce (<30 years)

%

-

-

9.9

8.0

6.6

Age break-up of the workforce (30 - 50 years)

%

-

-

67.7

69.6

70.7

Age break-up of the workforce (>50 years)

%

-

-

22.5

22.5

22.7

Employee turnover rate

%

-

-

1.2

1.2

2.5

Employee training

Thousand person days

-

-

10.2

30.46

43.04

Employee training

Person-days/employee/year

-

-

4.09

12.72

18.26

Tata Steel Europe (UK + Netherlands business)

Nos. of employees

Nos.

21,247

21,454

20,379

20,047

20,161

New employee hires

Nos.

1,855

1,881

1,077

923

1,708

Female employees in workforce

%

11.1

11.1

11.2

11

10.8

Female employees in management positions in % workforce

%

16.9

18.1

18.2

18

18.1

Age break-up of the workforce (<30 years)

%

13.9

15.1

14.2

13.7

14.2

Age break-up of the workforce (30 - 50 years)

%

43

42.2

41.5

41.5

41.8

Age break-up of the workforce (>50 years)

%

43.1

42.7

44.3

44.8

44.0

Employee turnover rate

%

14.4

7.2

9.3

5.5

7.1

Employee productivity (steel volume)@

tcs/employee/ year

490

467

491

466

489

Tata Steel Thailand

Nos. of employees

Nos.

1,236

1,187

1,151

1,101

1,092

New employee hires

Nos.

91

60

35

2

26

Employee productivity (steel volume)

tcs/employee/ year

985

972

1,043

1,184

1,221

Female employees in workforce

%

16.7

17.4

17.4

17.3

17.2

Female employees in management positions in % workforce

%

19.8

19.2

18.4

16.4

15.7

Age break-up of the workforce (<30 years)

%

24.3

22.8

23.5

17.4

14.7

Age break-up of the workforce (30 - 50 years)

%

65.8

66.0

63.3

67.9

68.6

Age break-up of the workforce (>50 years)

%

9.90

11.10

12.90

14.60

16.70

Employee turnover rate

%

4.40

6.50

4.40

2.00

1.60

Employee training

Thousand person-days

7.6

7.3

4.5

6.6

7.4

Employee training

Person-days/employee/year

6.2

6.2

4.3

6

6.8

Standalone figures of FY 2021-22 includes performance of the recently merged business of erstwhile TSBSL now renamed as Tata Steel Meramandali (TSM).

Definition includes all employees at TSE which is different from India definition.

*Affirmative Action (AA) includes Scheduled Castes (SC) and Scheduled Tribes (ST) communities respectively

# We have deployed 14 transgender trainees at West Bokaro, 12 at Kalinganagar & 15 at Jamshedpur.

Trainees are not reported in EOR (Employee on Roll)

** Starting salaries for fresh hires from colleges is same, irrespective of gender, caste, religion or any other basis for differentiation. Thus, salary growth and differences (if any) thereafter are a function of individual performance. Hence, wage gap is not visible when comparing employee groups who joined at similar time at similar positions.

***This year , we have completed only officers survey till date

Economic & Governance

 

Ethics

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Whistleblower cases*- Received

Nos.

-

436

881

777

845

Whistleblower cases* - Closed

Nos.

-

334

602

541

601

Whistleblower cases* - Open

Nos.

-

102

279

236

244

Measures Taken for Whistleblower cases #

 

Warning

Nos.

-

-

92

72

129

Discipline (others)

Nos.

-

-

56

53

80

Sexual harassment cases - Received

Nos.

16

20

34

21

22

Sexual harassment cases - Closed

Nos.

8

19

26

15

18

Sexual harassment cases - Open

Nos.

24

1

8

6

4

Measures Taken against Sexual harassment #

 

Warning

Nos.

-

-

7

13

12

Discipline (others)

Nos.

-

-

12

9

14

Training on Tata Code of Conduct - officers

Person-hours

-

4,003

17,064

26,458

31,142

Training on Tata Code of Conduct -
 frontline employees

Person-hours

-

7,080

2,763

5,086

14,630

Training on Tata Code of Conduct -
 contract employees

Person-hours

-

23,798

24,307

15,380

60,898

Business associates** trained on 
Tata Code of Conduct

Nos.

-

-

-

1,747

2,114

Tata Steel Long Products Limited

 

Whistleblower cases*- Received

Nos.

6

5

19

31

34

Whistleblower cases* - Closed

Nos.

6

5

19

31

30

Whistleblower cases* - Open

Nos.

0

0

0

0

4

Sexual harassment cases - Received

Nos.

1

0

2

1

0

Sexual harassment cases - Closed

Nos.

1

0

1

2

0

Sexual harassment cases - Open

Nos.

0

0

1

0

0

Training on Tata Code of Conduct -
 officers

Person-hours

0

0

1,209

1,142

541

Training on Tata Code of Conduct - 
frontline employees

Person-hours

-

-

1,060

636

828

Training on Tata Code of Conduct -
 contract employees

Person-hours

-

-

896

454

9,092

Business associates** trained on
 Tata Code of Conduct

Nos.

-

-

-

35

235

Tata Steel Europe (UK + Netherlands business)

 

Whistleblower cases - Received

Nos.

40

33

51

48

34

Whistleblower cases - Closed

Nos.

40

33

51

48

34

Training on Tata Code of Conduct

No. of persons

-

75

180

135

105

Tata Steel Thailand

 

Training on Tata Code of Conduct

No. of persons

91

60

35

2

26

*Exclusive of sexual harassment cases

**Business Associate means suppliers, customers, vendors, dealers, distributors, franchisees, lessors, lessees or such other persons with whom Tata Steel has any business or transactional dealings including the Business Associate’s employees, agents and other representatives.

Supply Chain

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Active supplier base

Nos.

-

>5,000

5,132

5,071

6,264

Local suppliers

Nos.

-

1,316

1,806

1,671

1,944

Critical suppliers

Nos.

-

-

-

-

450

Business volume of local suppliers

₹ crore

-

-

-

2,397

4,587

Number of Affirmative Action (AA) suppliers

Nos.

-

70

70

71

71

Business volume of Affirmative Action (AA)
 suppliers

₹ crore

-

75

61

53.5

70

Suppliers assessed based on safety

Nos.

-

1,035

850

745

1,022

Suppliers trained through Vendor
 Capability Advancement Program (VCAP)

Nos.

-

1,426

1,330

844

450

Critical suppliers made aware on
Responsible Supply Chain Policy

Nos.

-

-

-

223

327

Critical suppliers assessed on
Responsible Supply Chain Policy

Nos.

-

-

-

200

258

Steel Processing Centers (SPC) assessed on 
Responsible Supply Chain Policy

Nos.

-

-

-

-

31

Distributors assessed on
Responsible Supply Chain Policy

Nos.

-

-

-

-

106

Tata Steel UK

 

Active suppliers

Nos.

3,735

3,584

3,354

2,808

2,851

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Active suppliers

Nos.

3,914

3,901

3,462

3,129

3,329

Tata Steel Europe (UK + Netherlands business)

 

Active suppliers

Nos.

7,649

7,485

6,816

5,937

6,180

Active suppliers made aware on Responsible % Procurement Policy (RPP)*

%

83

86

88

90

91

*The percentage of active suppliers made aware on the RPP is the same across UK and Netherlands

Intellectual Capital

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

 

Collaborations/memberships of academia and technical institutes

Nos.

34

40

50

20

35

Patents filed

Nos.

-

-

119

119

125

Patents granted

Nos.

-

-

58

109

121

New products developed

Nos.

-

114

155

79

62

R&D employees*

Nos.

-

-

-

246

270

R&D Spend

₹ crore

182

216

259

231

213

R&D Spend

% of revenue

0.30

0.31

0.43

0.36

0.17

Investment in new processes and products
(Capex + R&D)

₹ crore

2,709

3,893

5,008

2,353

6,501

Investment in new processes and products
(Capex + R&D)**

% of revenue

4.6

5.65

8.52

3.71

5.1

Tata Steel UK

 

Collaborations/memberships of academia and Nos. technical institutes

Nos.

-

-

-

-

7

New products developed

Nos.

8

5

2

4

3

R&D employees

Nos.

64

76

75

70

65

R&D Spend

Million Euros

9

11

9

7

10.5

R&D Spend

% of revenue

0.38

0.46

0.42

0.35

0.34

Investment in new processes and products
(Capex + R&D)

Million Euros

159

148

264

211

93.5

Investment in new processes and products
(Capex + R&D)**

% of revenue

6.67

6.15

12.32

10.68

2.99

Tata Steel Netherlands

 

Collaborations/memberships of academia and
Nos. technical institutes

Nos.

-

-

-

-

158

Patents granted

Nos.

155

137

133

142

202

Patents filed***

Nos.

32

32

36

19

15

New products developed

Nos.

15

17

20

12

10

R&D employees

Nos.

311

316

311

300

299

R&D Spend

Million Euros

63

63

57

54

62

R&D Spend

% of revenue

1.23

1.16

1.20

1.24

0.90

Investment in new processes and products
(Capex + R&D)

Million Euros

160

129

111

64

73

Investment in new processes and products
(Capex + R&D)**

% of revenue

3.10

2.40

2.36

1.47

1.06

Standalone figures of FY 2021-22 includes performance of the recently merged business of erstwhile TSBSL now renamed as Tata Steel Meramandali (TSM).

*Includes contract employees

**Based on worldsteel association methodology

***The patents filed refer to priority (i.e. first) filings.

Policy Influence

 

UOM

FY 2017-18

FY 2018-19

FY 2019-20

FY 2020-21

FY 2021-22

Tata Steel Standalone

Contribution to Industry/Trade associations or
tax-exempt groups
(e.g. think tanks, chambers of commerce) *

In Million USD

-

0.66

0.71

0.63

0.79

Key issues or topics successfully advocated in last few years & contribution to specific industry bodies (in Million USD)

In Million USD

1. Increase per capita consumption of steel through advocacy and collaboration

0.19

2. Addressal of issues, concerns and challenges common of the Indian steel industry with government and other stakeholders within all applicable laws and regulations to improve the ease & cost of doing business.

0.12

3. Leadership on all major strategic issues impacting the steel industry, particularly focusing on economic, steel demand, environmental and social sustainability

0.27

4. Building sustainable steel industry worldwide and fulfill the Indian government’s nationally declared targets

0.04

5. Aligning strategies and operation with SDGs (sustainable developmental goals) & universal principles on numerous societal importance.

0.02

* Please note that Lobbying in any form is not allowed as per Indian law, however as responsible corporate, Tata Steel advocates policy changes through different association for betterment of the industry at large.

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