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No success or achievement in material terms is worthwhile unless it serves the needs or interests of the country and its people and is achieved by fair and honest means- JRD Tata
Tata Power is fully committed to upholding human rights standards across our entire value chain. Tata Power has been working with this ethos and we support the well-being, dignity, and human rights of all our stakeholders. Our commitment to human rights is upheld by our zero-tolerance policy which demonstrates our effort to ensure an environment in which the rights of every individual are respected and protected. We have implemented stringent measures to prevent child labour and bonded labour within our Company and our direct value chain. In addition, we have specific policies in place to address workplace harassment and prejudice. Our human rights policy aligns with the principles set by the International Labour Organization (ILO) and the United Nations Global Compact (UNGC). We have also developed a comprehensive human rights commitment framework based on the UN Guiding Principles Reporting Framework.
Executed by a specialized firm adept in social compliance and sustainability, with a particular focus on SA 8000, BSCI, and WRAP standards, our due diligence procedure yields a comprehensive 360-degree analysis. This analysis not only adheres to global standards but also establishes benchmarks for continual improvement. This diligent exercise acts as a precursor to SA8000 certification. Once adopted, SA8000 standard will allow us to measure social performance, sensitize our people and encourage meaningful engagement on human rights in our direct and indirect stakeholder ecosystems. As part of our due diligence process, we have identified six categories of rights holders: Tata Power personnel (including anyone working for or on behalf of the company), contract workforce, communities impacted by our operations, customers of our products and services, and employees of value chain partners like suppliers or vendors. This due diligence process addresses a wide range of human rights issues, including forced labour, human trafficking, child labour, freedom of association, right to collective bargaining, equal remuneration, and non-discrimination, among others.
Fostering a culture of inclusivity and social responsibility
Establishing a comprehensive human rights assessment system
Benchmarking against international standards for continued improvement
Aligning our management systems with business & human rights principles
Strengthening governance capabilities across all levels
Building capacities and setting up a periodic support & monitoring
within our own operations
Value Chain Risk
when establishing new business relations
At Tata Power, we are committed to respecting, promoting, and safeguarding human rights. Our actions, policies, and frameworks echo this commitment as we continually strive to make a lasting, positive impact on the lives of our stakeholders.