HSE Statistics FY 23

1. Health and Safety management system in FY23
a. Whether an occupational health and safety management system has been implemented by the entity? (Yes/ No/ NA).Yes
 If yes, the coverage such system?ISO 45001 & ISO 14001 + Tata Safety Management System
b. What are the processes used to identify work-related hazards and assess risks on a routine and non-routine basis by the entity?

Tata Projects Limited (TPL) utilizes an Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) framework that incorporates safety and health requirements as core components. This strategic framework aids in identifying, assessing, and mitigating risks across the organization. TPL has established specific processes for hazard identification and risk assessment, which are outlined as follows:


Hazard and Effect Management Process (EPM No. 13.02.01): This process is designed to manage and control hazards effectively.


HSE Communication Process (EPM No. 13.02.04): This process ensures that all relevant hazard information is communicated throughout the organization.


Risk Assessment Team (RA): At each project site, office, and manufacturing unit, a dedicated Risk Assessment Team consisting of a line manager, execution expert, and HSE personnel conducts hazard identification and risk assessments. This team is responsible for identifying routine and non-routine activities and situations and assigning risk ratings based on a risk matrix.


The Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA)/Aspect Register is maintained at all locations, covering all potential risks of activities. Moreover, a Last-Minute Risk Assessment is conducted by the local site team before the commencement of any activity. The identified risks and control measures are communicated to the workforce through Toolbox Talks or HIRA talks​

c. Whether you have processes for workers to report the work related hazards and to remove themselves from such risks?Yes
d. Do the employees/ worker of the entity have access to non-occupational medical and healthcare services?Yes
2. Details of safety related incidents
Safety Incident/NumberCategoryFY23
Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR) (per one million-person hours worked)Employees0.062
Total recordable work-related injuriesEmployees2
No. of fatalitiesEmployees0
High consequence work related injury or ill-health (excluding fatalities)Employees0
3. Measures to Ensure a Safe and Healthy Workplace:

Tata Projects Limited (TPL) has established a comprehensive approach to ensure a safe and healthy workplace, driven by the active participation of its leadership in safety initiatives and strategic planning. Leaders demonstrate their commitment by engaging directly with workers, conducting safety walks, and integrating safety as a core organizational value. TPL’s efforts are supported by regular EHS performance reviews at both project and business levels, strategic resource allocation for safety equipment and training, and cross-learning initiatives like weekly HSE insights sessions that share best practices and address potential safety issues.



TPL’s safety standards are further affirmed by ISO 45001 certification and numerous international safety awards. They have implemented several key safety initiatives:


  • Potential Severe Events (PSEs): Using TQDigi’lytics to identify and address PSEs proactively to prevent significant incidents.
  • Weekly HSE Insights: Virtual sessions led by leadership to discuss safety mitigation and enhancements.
  • Safety Risk Index (SRI): A real-time predictive tool that helps prioritize safety efforts across sites.
  • TQDigi’lytics: A digital platform for efficient management of EHS activities, enabling real-time safety performance monitoring.
  • Incident Action Tracking System: Digital tracking of incident-derived actions to improve response effectiveness.
  • Monsoon Safety Program: A focused initiative based on incident analysis, achieving a 93% self-assessment score through coordinated efforts across projects.
  • Competency Building: Enhancing EHS professional skills through internationally recognized certifications.
  • Focused Independent Audits and Process Reviews**: Prioritizing safety checks and updates to operational control procedures and monitoring formats.

These initiatives, coupled with significant safety statistics like the reduction in fatality rate from 5.76 in FY 2019-20 to 1.28 in FY 2023-24 and a consistent decline in medical treatment injuries and first-aid cases, underscore TPL’s commitment to maintaining and enhancing safety standards across its operations.

4. Number of Complaints on the following made by employees and workers
FY23Filed during the yearPending resolution at the end of yearRemarks
Health & Safety00NA
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