Safety is our highest priority, and essential if we are to meet our ambition of building a high-performing team. Improving safety, and specifically preventing fatalities, is a key focus for everyone across the company.
AM/NS India also wants its people to be healthy, and committed to our success, and to be able to work with integrity, knowing that diversity is valued and that every individual is respected and able to develop their potential.
Safety is our highest priority and figures at the heart of our organization. Safety is non-negotiable in our mission to curate and retain a high-performing team. We are constantly improving our safety mechanisms, to ensure a conducive working environment for all our employees. Our safety standards and performance exceed the industry average, a badge of honor for the company and for each of our employees.
Working safely is a matter of choice– one that we make every time we act and at every level of the company. It takes courage and consistent efforts to ensure we convert our promise to action. Every individual at ArcelorMittal – every employee, temporary worker, contractor – has the responsibility to lead, empower, and engage one another to make sure we reach home safe and happy every day.
We are as proud of our safety record as we are of our activities in the communities in which we operate. We listen to people whose lives we impact and that helps us understand their issues.
Safety First’ has no borders. Safety is essential for any company, so that all employees and their families can feel confident. Nippon Steel is renowned in the global steel industry for its safety performance and we are dedicated to realizing further improvements.
Our internal greeting in Nippon Steel is ‘Go Anzen Ni!’, which means ‘Be Safe’, instead of ‘Hello’ or ‘Namaste!’
Safety is of paramount importance. Our company has been recognized by the World Steel Association for our high safety standards on multiple occasions.
Safety is a journey not a destination. Every day starts with a new safety challenge at the workplace.
Safety is not to be driven by any single department or person but is the responsibility of each and every individual working in the organization. The importance of safety is not only paramount to a successful business; it is a remarkable indicator of an organization’s operational health.
Our approach to safety is consistent wherever we operate; the safety of our employees takes priority over everything. This is the culture that we are seeking to embed across our operations.
Our golden rules of safety:
We pride ourselves on a robust safety governance mechanism driven by the health, safety and environment (HSE) committee of the Board (chaired by CEO) and the Central HSE committee (chaired by the Director). Management Guidelines are implemented through plant heads of different units and subsequently through sub-committees chaired by relevant HODs through monthly reviews.
|Board Level HSE Review||Quarterly|
|Corporate Level HSE Review||Monthly|
|Plant Level HSE Review||Monthly|
|Departmental Level HSE Review||Monthly|
|Contractor HSE Review||Bi-Monthly|
Three Levels of Training Programs carried out by Internal & External expert faculties as per developed annual HSE training calendar & matrix covering Company Employees & Contractor Associates.
Safety Audits including Cross Functional Audits for Pan India Units are carried out as per defined schedule to check the level of Safety Compliance.
Safety Assurance Plan for Department & Employees, to consider safety performance as a part of an Employee’s career advancement.
We have established and implemented an integrated management system which includes a quality management system in accordance with ISO 9001:2015 & IATF 16949:2016, environmental management system in accordance with ISO 14001:2015, occupational health and safety management system in accordance with ISO 45001:2018, and an energy management system with ISO 50001:2018.
We have implemented the Process Safety Management (PSM) in line with OSHA standard 1910.119.
We have received World Steel’s ‘safety & health excellence recognition’ on three occasions in the past five years from World Steel Association an unmatched achievement.
|Year||Safety & health excellence recognition|
LTIFR (lost time injury frequency rate) - A social sustainability indicator of the organization.
|Lost time injury (LTI) frequency rate||Injuries / million hours worked||