Uncompromising quality and safety as one of our prime missions, zero tolerance towards non-compliance is the order of the day at TPL.
Strong commitment from the management towards safety has ensured a world class safety performance, particularly with due regards to being a construction industry. It is important here to understand that construction safety worldwide has been facing multiple challenges with regards to safety. Unskilled labor, temporary nature of the work, high risk activities, are a few to mention.
TPL has a very wide range of businesses - Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution, Railways, Water & Waste Water, Metals & Minerals, Oil, Gas & Hydrocarbon, and Quality Services. With this kind of businesses, it is easy to appreciate the wide range of activities involved in TPL operations.
High risk activities, such as working at heights, extensive material handling, extensive earth work using all kinds of tools and plants, etc. compounded with other operational challenges such as low skilled labor, stringent time lines and competitive environment, renders safety at TPL paramount importance.
At TPL the safety culture extends to everyone associated with it. Safety at TPL is the responsibility of everybody working for TPL. It is not merely about maintaining a healthy safety statistics, but it is to ensure that all those who are working for TPL are safe and that everybody respects safety.
TPL does not allocate a restricting safety budget. This open ended approach on safety budget is simply to ensure that, what has to be done to ensure safety of its workforce has to be done, be it training, work place safety implementations and monitoring.
Application of international standards through adopting systems such as OHSAS 18001 and ISO 14001 has ensured high safety standards and encouraged active involvement and participation of the entire workforce.