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1. Tata Steel: A Pioneering Enterprise. Tata Steel established in 1907 as a Greenfield project in eastern India. Founded in the vision of Jamsetji Tata, a true nationalist. Corporate Social Responsibility in Indian industry traces its roots from him. 2.

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Tata Steel: A Pioneering Enterprise

Tata Steel established in 1907 as a Greenfield project in eastern India

Founded in the vision of Jamsetji Tata, a true nationalist

Corporate Social Responsibility in Indian industry traces its roots from him.

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Jamsetji Tata: A Visionary Ahead of His Times

Laid foundation of Indian industrialisation

Laid foundation for scientific development in India

Set up J N Tata Endowment for Education

In 1902 advised that modern civic amenities to be provided for workers when steel plant was still being constructed.

Undertook affirmative action not mere charity

“In a free enterprise, the community

is not just another stakeholder in business, but is, in fact, the very

purpose of its existence.”

J N Tata

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A Vision Translates Into Tradition

“Let industry established in the countryside ‘adopt’ the villages in its neighbourhood; ...it is also clearly in the interests of industry that surrounding areas should be healthy, prosperous and peaceful.”

J R D Tata, Chairman, Tata Group1938- 1993

“I do believe that we, in the Tata Group, have held a view and sense of purpose that our companies are not in existence just to run our business and to make profit but that we are responsible and good corporate citizens over and above our normal operations”

Ratan N Tata, Chairman, Tata Group

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CSR: Part Of Genetic Code

Implementing theseprinciplesover 100 years are part of organizational development

1912 - 8 hour workday

1916 - Social Welfare Scheme launched for employees

1920 - Leave with pay

1934 - Profit Sharing bonus

1934 - Tata Steel responded to earthquake in its Bihar

province with relief supplies

1951 - Planned family norms promoted at community

level

1970 – Included Corporate Social Responsibility in

its Articles of Association

1958 - 225 acre Jubilee park created for the citizens of

Jamshedpur

1979 - Launched concerted rural development

initiatives

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Genetic Code: A Unique Identity

It has shaped its heart, mindset and business processes

1995- Tata Business Excellence Model - makes

sustainable growth a priority and has

included this in its Key Enterprises Process

1999- Tata Code of Conduct - mandates good

governance ethical behaviour by

organizations as well as each

and every employee

1995- Tata Council for Community Initiatives –

provides the superstructure for CSR efforts

across the Group

2003- Tata Index for Sustainable Development - a

CSR measure adopted across the Tata

Group

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Upholding Global Commitments

Committed to national and global CSR principles

First signatory to UN – Global Compact

Founder member of the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS

Member of the Global Reporting Initiative Board

First Indian company to publish Corporate Sustainability Report as per G R I guidelines

Member of International Iron & Steel Institute

Project Group on Sustainability Indicator for

Steel

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Corporate Social Responsibility Policy

“Tata Steel believes that the primary purpose of a business is to improve the quality of life of people.

Tata Steel will volunteer its resources, to the extent that it can reasonably afford, to sustain and improve a healthy and prosperous environment and to improve the quality of life of the people of the areas in which it operates.”

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From Tradition To Process

Areas of Impact

Environment

Employee Relations

Stimulating Economic Growth

Civic Amenities & Community Service

Population Management

Sports and Adventure

Health for All

Relief During Natural Calamities

Education / Arts and Culture

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Environment

Conserving Nature for Future Generations

All production units certified to ISO 14001

Town Services certified to ISO 14001

Planted -”thousand trees for thousand days” - as a millennium gift for future generations. The eventual count was 1.6 million

20% reduction in consumption of raw materials in the past five years

100% treatment of waste water, discharged upstream from point of collection

Greening of Supply Chain

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Employee Relations

Many landmarks in Labour Welfare

1915 Free Medical Aid to all employees and

dependent family members

1917 Welfare Department set up

1956 Joint Consultation instituted with Union

Management Agreement

1990 Incentive for Higher Technical Education

2001 Family Benefit Scheme

2003 R D Tata Technical Education Centre

2003 Initiated process for SA 8000

certification

2004 Completed 75 years of Industrial

Harmony

2004 Inserted clause against Sexual

Harassment in the Works Standing

Order

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Stimulating Economic Growth

Continuously augmenting Town infrastructure to promote business growth

Tata Steel and its subsidiaries provide business opportunities to ancillary units

Institutions such as National Institute of Technology, R.D.Tata Technical Education Center, and Savak Nanavati Technical Institute provides technical and job oriented training

Promoting rural economy through natural resource management, micro financing and credit, and training for gainful employment

Tate Steel caters to over 600 villages and several company towns, in the provinces of Orissa and Jharkhand

Creating a ripple effect across towns and villages

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Civic Amenities and Community Service

“Be sure to lay wide streets planted with shady trees, every other of a quick growing variety. Be sure that there is plenty of space for lawns and gardens. Reserve large areas for football hockey and parks. Earmarks areas for Hindu temples, Mohammaden mosques and Christian churches.”

J N Tata,1902

Created Town Services, Community Development & Social Welfare Department, and Energy and Environment Cell

Today, also responsible for environment management, family initiatives, medical services, emergency fire services, airport, mobile medical services, sports facilities, libraries, education centers...

Services have grown to cover 700,000 beneficiaries

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Population Management

Jamshedpur leads in demographic indices and maternal and child health in the country

Shares planned family norms with employees and non-employees through Family Initiatives Foundation

Extension programs have empowered the community to sustain initiatives

Provides free Reproductive Health Services to over 2,000,00 women from urban & ruralareas each year

Ensures 98% immunisation coverage in the city of Jamshedpur

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Sports & Adventure

Promotes Sports as a way of Life

Sports Department

Tata Steel Adventure Foundation

Tata Football Academy

Tata Archery Academy

30-acre J R D Tata Sports Complex

Organizes sporting events for employees and community year round

Promotes sports in schools

Employees include 20 Olympians, over 100

international sports persons

India’s first woman to scale Mount

Everest

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Health for All

Health care facilities open to employees and non-employees

850-bed hospital, two super dispensaries and nine dispensaries in Jamshedpur

Mobile medical units reach out to rural and semi urban areas

Health Centers based in villages and communities. Supports alternative remedies such as ayurveda, naturopathy, homeopathy, etc

Supports Blood Bank, specialty hospitals for tuberculosis, eye care services, cancer, etc

Taken “Lifeline Express” seven times to remote parts of rural India

Partner for Child Survival, Smile Train, Polio and Water and Sanitation projects

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Relief during natural calamities

Immediate relief with materials and help during natural calamities

Relief followed by long-term rehabilitation programmes

Employees have contributed their wages towards relief and participated in relief work

Constructed schools and shelters after recent super cyclone in Orissa and earthquake in Gujarat

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Education

Jamshedpur is a centre for excellence in education

Three primary schools, six high schools and one college run by the company

312 private schools and 171 “balwadi” schools assisted by Tata Steel

Jamshedpur has among the highest literacy rates in the country

Instituted Dr J J Irani Education Excellence Award

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Arts and Culture

Patron of Art and Culture

Contributed to setting up of National Centre for Performing Arts, Mumbai

Tribal Culture Centre set up for preservation and promotion of indigenous art and culture

Supports cultural institutions in

Jamshedpur and outlocations

Promotes rural arts and crafts

“Art in Industry” camps

One of the oldest and finest collection of India’s masters and contemporary Indian art

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Vision 2007

Global Goals and Social Commitments

Tata Steel plans to augment capacity from 4 million to 10 million tones per annum

Grow from a domestic player to a global enterprises

All in line with ethos of creating value for the nation, without compromising on the ability of future generations to meet their needs.

Sets aside 12-14% of PAT for welfare

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“We generate wealth for the people. What comes from the people must, to the extent possible, therefore get back to the people.”

- Bharat Ratna,J R D Tata

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