Bhilai Steel Plant - Manuals

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17 items (manuals) prescribed in clause (b) sub-section 1 of Section 4, which every public authority is required to publish within one hundred and twenty days from the enactment of the Act

  1. The particulars of Bhilai Steel Plant’s organization, functions and duties.
  2. The powers and duties of officers and employees.
  3. The procedure followed in the decision-making process, including channels of supervision and accountability.
  4. The norms set by BSP for the discharge of its functions.
  5. The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by SAIL or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions.
  6. A statement of categories of documents that are held by BSP or under its control.
  7. The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation by the members of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof.
  8. A statement of the boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other bodies are open to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public.
  9. A directory of officers and employees of BSP.
  10. The monthly remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in the Company regulations.
  11. The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made.
  12. The manner of execution of subsidy programs including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programs.
  13. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits, authorizations granted by BSP.
  14. Details in respect of the information available to or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.
    For information reduced in electronic form, please visit website www.sail.co.in 
  15. The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use.
  16. The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers.
  17. Such other information as may be prescribed and thereafter update these publications every year.

Particulars of Bhilai Steel Plant, Organization, Functions and Duties

Introduction:

Eleven times winner of Prime Minister's Trophy for Best Integrated Steel Plant in the country, and two times winner of coveted CII-Exim Bank Prize for Business Excellence, SAIL’s Bhilai Steel Plant (BSP) is India's sole producer & supplier of world class rails for Indian Railways including 260 metre long Welded Rail Panels, and a major producer of large variety of wide and heavy steel plates and structural steel. With an annual production capacity of 3.153 MT of saleable steel, the plant also specializes in other products such as wire rods and merchant products. The entire range of TMT products (Bars & Rods) produced by the Plant is of earthquake-resistant grade and superior quality. The plant also produces heavy structurals including channels and beams.

Since BSP is accredited with ISO 9001: 2008 Quality Management System Standard, all saleable products of Plant come under the ISO umbrella. The Plant's HR Deptt is also certified with ISO 9001:  2008 QMS Standard. IS0:14001 has been awarded for Environment Management System in the Plant, Township and Dalli Mines. The Plant is accredited with SA: 8000 certification for social accountability and the OHSAS-18001 certification for Occupational Health & Safety.

BSP has received Integrated Management System (IMS) Certificate by a single certifying agency (M/s DNV), integrating QMS, EMS, OHSAS & SAMS - becoming the first SAIL unit and among few corporate houses in India to achieve this unique distinction.

Known for their unique collaborative work culture and industrial harmony, Bhilaians have won many awards and accolades bringing pride and glory to Bhilai Steel Plant. The BSP employees have won Prime Minister ShramRatn Award 13 times out of 19 times it has been awarded so far. BSP has been also awarded CII-ITC sustainability Prize for three consecutive years, CREDA excellence Award in the category of Integrated Steel Plants at State Level Sustainable Energy Awards – 2016 and prestigious SCOPE Award for Best Practices in Human Resource Management. Recognizing BSP’s contribution towards taking care of its senior citizen, BSP has achieved the rare distinction of winning Vayoshrestha Samman which was accorded by Ministry of Social Justice.

Product Portfolio:

LONG

Rails

45 Kg,52 Kg & 60 Kg UTS 90 Rail

Thick web Asymmetrical Rail, Crane Rails.Ni-Cu-Cr / Vanadium Rail / Cu-Mo Rail

Heavy, Medium & Light Structural

Beams, Channels & Angles of different sizes & grades

Rounds & Bars

Plain Rounds

TMT Bars (25 mm to 40 mm) in Earth Quake  resistant, High Corrosion resistant and Rock Bolt Grades

Wire Rods

5.5 mm to 12 mm (Plain and TMT)

FLAT

Plates

8 mm to 120 mm thick  including Boiler Quality,   High Tensile & Ship Building quality etc.

Main Technologies and Assets

BSP uses Blast Furnace technology for iron making. In addition to producing ingot steel through conventional Open Hearth route of steel making, BSP produces continuously cast steel slabs and blooms through Slab and Bloom Casters. The CONCAST route of steel making is also equipped with secondary refining units like Vacuum Arc Degassing (VAD) and RH Degasser to produce the clean steel. These cast products are rolled into long and flat products through Rolling Mills which include Blooming and Billet Mill (BBM), Wire Rod Mill (WRM), Merchant Mill (MMill), Rail and Structural Mill (R&SM) and Plate Mill (PMill).

The technology has been upgraded and updated with every modernization and expansion and also through continual assimilation of state of the art technology for product and process improvements. The Plant also has degassers and desulphurization units for producing world class cleanest steel with Hydrogen in rail steel less than 1.6 ppm. The ongoing 7 MT Modernization and Expansion (MODEX) Plan envisages installation of cutting edge technologies for improvement in productivity, yield, quality, cost competitiveness, energy efficiency and environmental protection. Our world-class long rail manufacturing complex has sophisticated technologies viz. Online Eddy Current & Ultrasonic Testing Machines for Rails, Laser Straightness Measurement, Laser Controlled Presses for Rails, etc.  Plate Mill also has advanced facilities for ensuring high product quality such as – Online Ultrasonic Testing Machine, Hydraulic Automatic Gauge Control (HAGC), Plan View Rolling (PVR), Normalizing Furnaces, etc.

A snapshot of the production facilities is as shown below:

Mines and Quarries for

·Iron Ore: Dalli and Rajhara Mines

·Limestone: Nandini Mines

·Dolomite: Hirri Mines

Steel Making Shop - II:

Converter Shop:

·3 BOF 110/130T Converters

·Hot Metal Desulphurization Unit

·Secondary Refining facilities: 1 VAD unit, 2 sets of RH degasser, Ladle furnace

ØContinuous Casting Shop

·3 Slab casters, 1 bloom caster, 2 Combi Caster

Coke Oven Batteries: 11 Nos

·8 batteries of 4.3 m height with 65 ovens each

·2 batteries of 7 m height with 67 ovens each

·1 batteryof  7 m height with 67 ovens

Blast Furnaces: 7 Nos

·3 Blast Furnaces each of 1033 cu.m

·3 Blast Furnaces each of 1719 cu.m

·1 Blast furnace of 2350 cu.m

Finishing Mills:

·Blooming and Billet Mill, 2.14mT of Blooms / 1.50 MT of Billets per year

·Plate Mill  -  0.95 MTPA

·Wire Rod Mill - 0.42 MTPA

·Rail & Structural Mill - 0.75 MTPA

·Merchant Mill - 0.5 MTPA

Auxiliary Units:

·Three Power Plants-

·PP1  (Captive)

·PP2  and PP3 in joint venture with NTPC

·Foundry & Engineering Shops

·2 Coal Chemicals units for recovery of various by-products from coal carbonization

Sinter Plants:

·SP2: 3 machines of 75 sq.mmachine area

·SP2: 1 Machine of 80 sq.m machine area

·SP3: 1 machine of 320 sq.mmachine area

·SP3: 1 machine of 360sq.mmachine area

Steel Melting Shop -I:

·4 Twin Hearth Furnaces, 250 T capacity each

 

Modernization and Expansion Projects

BSP is on verge of completion of its ambitious modernization and expansion plan which will enable BSP to achieve the following long term Strategic Goals:

  • To achieve excellence in quality across the value chain
  • To continue in the business of steel and steel related activities
  • To enhance market share in growth segments
  • To improve profits by cost reduction and high value added products
  • To secure availability of key raw materials, and alleviate infrastructure bottleneck which may constrain long term growth

 

The fast upcoming units in MODEX, including COB 11 and 2nd Sinter Machine in SP 3 that have been commissioned and some including Universal Rail Mill and Blast Furnace 8 which have already been operationalised, will not only enhance the volume of production at BSP to 7 MT but will also enhance its techno-economics to benchmark levels.

Processes

Current Technology Portfolio

Highlights of upcoming Modernization and Expansion Plan

Unit

Automation

Benefits

Coke Making

Coke Ovens (4.3 m tall – 8 nos., 2 x 7 m tall – 2 nos.) with wet quenching of Coke

Coke Oven Battery # 11 – 7 M tall with Dry Quenching

Oven Tracking & scheduling, Model for heating control

Less moisture in Coke,

Energy efficient and environment friendly

Iron Making

Blast Furnace technology for Iron making (Useful volume: 1033 m3 -3 nos., 1719 m3-3 nosand  2350 m3 -1 nos)

Blast Furnace # 8 4060m3 with Torpedo ladles and Top Pressure Recovery Turbine

Mathematical models for BF Status and Burden Control

Energy efficiency,

Optimum Control,

Enhanced Productivity

Steel Making

Ingot steel through conventional Twin Hearth route of steelmaking – 46.5 %, Continuous Castings (CONCAST) steel through BOF route of steelmaking - 53.5 %, Secondary Refining

Steel Melting Shop –III with built in Electromagnetic Stirrer and state-of-art secondary refining

Integration with Production Order, Automatic Tracking of Production & consumption of resources against production orders

Sound internal quality of billet and bloom, Improved quality,

Better Inventory Control, Availability of Production Performance Analysis and Real-time Production & Process Status.

Finishing Mills

·Blooming and Billet Mill with recuperative soaking pits

·Rail and Structural Mill

·Merchant Mill

·Wire Rod Mill

·Plate Mill with Normalizing Furnace

Universal Rail Mill with State-of-art Rail Straightening Plant, Walking Beam Re-Heating Furnace Rail Welding Plant

Product Tracking with Identification

Integration with Production Order

State-of-art Inspection technology

Optimum rail straightening, Better rail head hardening, Furnace designed to achieve minimum fuel and power consumption, Achieve superior surface finish and close tolerances, 260 m rail with only one weld joint

Bar and Rod Mill - State-of-art mill with advanced systems & Walking Beam RHF

Product Tracking with Identification

Integration with Production Order

Auto charging& discharging

State of art features for better product

Better Inventory Control

 

Post-modernization, the capacity of BSP would be enhanced to 7.5 MTPA of hot metal & 7 MTPA crude steel. Some of the major Projects which have been commissioned include – Coke Oven battery # 11, Second Sinter Machine of SP#3, while the 1.25 MTPA Universal Rail Mill was operationalised in Jan 2017 and 4060 M3 Blast Furnace christened Mahamaya was operationalised in Feb 2018. After the commissioning of all MODEX units, BSP will be equipped to produce New Age Products like:

  • Asymmetric Switch Point Rails, Grooved and Tongue Rails, Flat bottom Rails
  • Climate Resistant And Low alloy Heavy Structural Steel
  • Special Steel & Normalized Plates
  • Wire rods – Bright bar, Cold heading, Spring Steel, Free Cutting Steel
  • TMT Bars in straight length
  • Climate Resistant Quality Angles and Channels

The process flow at BSP is as shown in Figure below:

New Product Development Process

BSP continuously strives to improve its existing products in line with one of the Quality Goals of providing differentiated products to customers. The opportunities for new product development are identified through enquiries, customer visits, competitor’s product, market trends and requirement of National importance and strategic significance. This approach has facilitated in meeting the newer and anticipated requirements of customers.  For creation of value for the customers pre-emptive  trials are undertaken based on customer’s enquiries  to assess the feasibility of developing newer products and to enable immediate supply of products on maturity of enquiry.

To provide customized products to customers at competitive price, and to increase product margins, BSP has been making concerted efforts to develop product grades which has the desired properties without addition of costly alloying materials. In fact, value addition in product mix and development of new and customized products including steel plates and long products which would fetch better margins and at the same create a niche position has always been a major strength of SAIL’s Bhilai Steel Plant.

While the Plant’s strategy of new product development has helped put BSP in a strong position vis-à-vis competition, the Government of India’s special emphasis and thrust on Manufacturing and Make in India would help drive demand for special steel plates and structural steel grades produced by the Plant and in the process help in import substitution. SAIL-BSP is proud of having provided the best and desired grades of steel for the Indian Railways, for dams, bridges and skyscrapers and for critical & important projects of national importance in defence, energy sector, space exploration etc.

BSP has developed products like DMR 249A plates for building first Indegeneuous AirCraft Carrier. This is now being used in Corvettes as well. In addition BSP has also developed wide variety of Rails including Thick Web assymetric Rails, which is an import substitution and angles / channels for Border Fencing to be used under sub-zero temperature.

The following new & differentiated products were developed during 2016-17 :

  1. IS 2062 E250 C plates qualifying “Y” groove crackability test to ensure resistance to cold crackability
  2. High tensile plates up to 25 mm with impact toughness at 0° C, without micro alloying
  3. Seismic resistant ø 25 mm TMT re-bars conforming to IS 1786 Fe 500 S
  4. IS 2062 E410 Cc (killed) channel 100 mm x 50 mm x 6 mm, with impact testing at -20°C
  5. Seismic resistant ø 32 mm TMT re-bars conforming to IS 1786 Fe 500 S standard (without alloying copper)
  6. IS 2062 E410 C (killed) channel 75 mm x 40 mm x 4.8 mm, with impact testing at -20°C
  7. R 60 kg Grade 880, 130 m single rails conforming to IRS T-12 -2009 specification through URM
  8. IS2041 R 220/SA516 Grade 55 boiler quality shell plates for the glass lined vessels with impact toughness at sub-zero temperature, in un-normalised condition after simulated heat treatment
  9. IS 2062 E275 A angle 50 x 50 mm conforming to IS 2062 E275 A
  10. IS 15962 E 250 S, Seismic quality angle 50 x 50 x 6 mm with UTS/YS ratio > 1.25

 

The following new & differentiated products were developed during 2017-18 :

  •  High Tensile Plates up-to 20 mm Thickness, with impact toughness at -20°C, without micro-allying, conforming to IS 2062 E350 C Standard -  For structural and general engineering applications at low cost.
  • Channel 75 X 40 mm, conforming to IS 15962 E 250 S Standard: For structural applications in seismic areas.
  • Channel 75 X 40 mm with impact properties at 0°C, conforming to IS 2062 E 250 B0 Standard - For Structural applications.
  • High tensile plates conforming to IS 5986 ISH 590R standard – For goods train wagons manufacturing.
  • ø28 mm High Corrosion resistant TMT Re-Bars conforming to British Standard BS4449 - For Structural reinforcement applications. Current order serviced for overseas project at Bangladesh (Export). Around 1500 T of this material has been supplied.
  • High strength Forming Quality (HSFQ) plates of YS 450 MPa min (HSFQ450) - PEB (Pre Engineered Building) segments, construction activities, Tool boxes, Cabinets, Storage bins etc.
  • 130 M High Toughness Corrosion Resistant (HTCR) Rail - Railway Track.
  • ø36 mm High Corrosion resistant TMT Re-Bars conforming to British Standard BS4449- For Structural reinforcement applications. Current order serviced for overseas project at Bangladesh (Export). Around 700 T of this material has been supplied.

 

Technological Superiority:

BSP produces cleanest rail steel in world with Hydrogen content below 1.6 ppm at Tundish level. Equipped with Secondary refining units, the Steel Mellting Shops at Bhilai Steel Plant have the capability to produce wide variety of Steel.

BSP’s existing Rail & Strl Mill produces rails with umnatched quality as it is equipped with  Online NDT testing equipment; Laser straightness measurement, Ultrasonic and eddy current testing machines, Computer controlled automatic rail handling system and automatic yard mapping for rail storage.

The recently operationalised 1.2 MTPA Universal Rail Mill has state of the art  technologies for universal rolling, finishing &  testing. It produces and supplies rails in rolled lengths upto 130 Metre - the world’s longest rail in single piece to Indian Railways, and welded panels upto 260 M (with future provision for 520 M welded panels), Symmetrical Flat Bottom, Asymmetrical Rails, Grooved & Tongue Rails.  Besides, the new Mill is also being equipped with online head hardening facility to meet the Railway’s requirement of head hardened rails.

A new Rail Welding Line along with Long Rail Handling system (Portals and Telphers) to cater to long rail produced from the Universal Rail Mill has also been operationalised. The new rail welding line is used to supply welded and finished rails to make 260 Metre rail panels. The Capacity of Rail Welding Complex is 1,100,000 Tonnes/annum

The modern Plate Mill rolls out heavy and medium plates, as well as those for pipe manufacturers. Plates of wide variety, in any required size, and strength, chemical and physical properties, can be produced here. It has capacity to produce high pressure, boiler quality and high tensile steels. Shipbuilding plates, conforming to Lloyds specifications, and pressure vessel boiler plates, conforming to various ASTM, ASME standards, have withstood the challenges of nature and time. Some of the unique features of the mill are on-line finishing facilities and off-line normalising facilities.

Product Certification and Quality Assurance

All major production units and marketable products in Bhilai Steel Plant are covered under ISO 9000 based Quality Management System. This includes manufacture of blast furnace coke and coal chemicals, production of hot metal and pig iron, steel making through twin hearth and basic oxygen processes, manufacture of steel slabs and blooms by continuous casting, and production of hot rolled steel blooms, billets and rails, structurals, plates, steel sections and wire rods. Bhilai's products come with a complete assurance of quality.

This is achieved as a result of unrelenting attention and meticulous procedures at every stage of the process and upgrading of testing methods and equipment.

Right from selection of input material for steelmaking, the process parameters are kept under close control. Intensive checking of all quality parameters continues throughout the subsequent operations of casting, reheating and rolling. Express analysis with the help of sophisticated, direct-reading spectrograph and gas analyser ensures a narrow range of chemical composition. Intensive metallographic investigation with modern instruments like Scanning Electron Microscope, Image Analyser and Micro Hardness Tester is carried out to assess the quality of the product.

BSP’s posseses accredition from several reputed global agencies both in Long & Flat product areas:

Flat Products

  • American Bureau of Shipping
  • Lloyds Register of Shipping
  • DNV
  • CE marking
  • ADW - QA Systems & Material Approval
  • PED (Pressure Equipment Directives)
  • CATERPILLAR, USA
  • M/s POMETY, Russia

Rails

  • Indian Railways
  • Sri Lankan Railways
  • Bangladesh National Railways
  • Egyptian Railways Inspection Team
  • BENIN National Railways, Africa

Sustainability

The sustainability approach of Bhilai Steel Plant strikes a balance between the economic value, ecological value and societal value. Traversing the curves of a highly volatile steel market, BSP has been generating surplus for more than three decades while creating tremendous value for society and effectively managing the impact of its operations.

Over the years Bhilai Steel Plant has taken number of steps in exploring green technologies & adopting green practices. BSP understands that, business success and environmental responsibility go hand in hand. To reiterate its resounding commitment towards environmental sustainability, BSP has taken-up number of measures over the years to improve its environmental performance.

Creating Ecological Value:

The following are some of the noble initiatives taken by BSP for pollution reduction, resource conservation, promotion of use of renewable resources, finding novel solutions for environmental conservation through partnerships & research and protecting bio diversity, building environmental awareness amongst employees, school children & Citizens of the Township:

  • Replacement/up-gradation of existing  stack emission control system has been carried out in number of areas to bring down  the particulate emission from 150mg/Nm3 to 50mg/nm3 to bring down overall pollution load in the atmosphere . The details are given below
    • Control of stack emissions in Coke oven batteries through controlling oven cross-wall leakages through ceramic welding & repairs.
    • Control of stack emissions in SP-2 through, intensive replacement/repair of ducts & elements of wet scrubbers/cyclones.
    • Installation of state of the art ESP in SP-3, new M/c-2.
    • Replacement of existing stack emission control system i. e “scrubber system which is designed for 150 mg/nm3 by Bag house designed for 50mg/Nm3 at Rotary Kiln of RMP-2.
    • Up-gradation of gas cleaning plants of RMP-1 & SMS-1
    • Up-gradation of bag-filters in Ladle furnace-1 and installation of very efficient bag-filter in new Ladle Furnace-2 of SMS-2.
    • Reducing consumption of Boiler Coal & increasing the use of gaseous fuel in power/steam generation in power plant-1.
  • BSP has installed 4 nos of continuous Ambient Air quality monitors in plant & township for round the clock monitoring of Ambient air quality. There is also provision for electronic display of the data at Main gate of the plant & at township station, for public awareness.
  • Commissioning of 30 MLD sewage recycling plant for recycling of sewage from the township after treatment for industrial use, to bring down specific water consumption & also achieve the ultimate objective of being a zero discharge plant .
  • As a major initiative towards reduction of dependency on fossil fuels, Environment management Department & TEED has installed photovoltaic solar panels (2 x 100KVA) for internal electrical load at Bhilai Niwas and a similar project has been proposed at Ispat Bhawan (2 x 100 KVA); finalization of additional locations for 15 to 20 KVA capacity are being worked out.
  • For safe disposal of Hazardous acid waste generated at Coal Chemical department, BSP in partnership with M/s.ACC has developed technology for co-processing of this waste in cement kilns of M/s.ACC.
  • BSP has also under taken Carbon & Water Footprint studies in view of the ensuing modernization/expansion & to under stand the impact of changes occurred in processes on emissions, understand and manage their Greenhouse Gas (GHG) risks in order to maintain their license to operate, to ensure long-term success in a competitive business environment, and to comply with national or regional policies aimed at reducing corporate GHG emissions like   Prime Minister’s National Action Plan for Climate Change (NAPCC) in 2008, BSP has taken a lead role in the country for monitoring and assessment of product carbon footprint in line with GHG Protocol, ISO 14040/44 standard and ISO 14067 standard. Carbon footprint is a more recent term for global warming potential and refers to emissions of different individual greenhouse gases associated with a product or service. The product carbon foot print studies were carried in 2012-13, in association with IIT-Bombay using latest GaBI, LCA/PCF software. The model at BSP was prepared in line with World Steel Association LCA model.  BSP has also carried out water foot-print studies in association with IIT-Bombay. The goal is to make a quantitative water footprint assessment based on the philosophy of sustainability approach i.e. 3R – Reduce, Reuse, Recycle & include comprehensive data on the   quantitative use of water, opportunity of reduction of fresh water usage in its operation as well as in township area, risks associated in the business from water related issues, possibility of using water and suggestion of Sustainable Water Management  for BSP  in absolute clear, doable, suggestive and in a time bound manner.
  • BSP has carried-out Source apportionment studies in partnership with National Environmental engineering Research Unit (NEERI). Partnership with NEERI for carrying out Source apportionment studies. This study has helped BSP in formulating a comprehensive air pollution management plan for minimizing air pollution in Plant & township.
  • BSP has also entered into partnerships with Indian road Research Institute & other premier educational institutes for finding a sustainable solutions to long vexing issue of effective utilization of steel slags & sludges. This has been a major focus area of SAIL under its R&D drive, taken-up as High impact projects.
  • To give fillip to indigenous research activities in the field of environmental monitoring BSP has developed infrared gas analyzer in partnership with R&D center of MECON.
  • Implementation of a project for safe disposal of PCBs in partnership with UNIDO& MoEF at Bhilai has been started. This project is first of its kind in India for PCB destruction, which will help not only SAIL but also the entire Indian industry & govt. of India in general in complying with Stockholm convention for prevention of POPs. 
  • BSP has also implemented number of rain water hraveting schemes in plant & township like
    • For protection of Bio-diversity in Plant, township & mines, BSP has undertaken massive plantation drive, right since inception. So far more than 55 lac trees have been planted, with the help of Chhattisgarh Rajya Van Vikas Nigam, thereby turning BSP’s plant area, township & mines as green enclaves, sheltering variety of flora & fauna.
  • Spreading awareness amongst employees & school children has always been considered as an important aspect of overall sustainability efforts.
  • Regular awareness trainings are being under-taken for the employees, on various issues pertaining to green technologies, sustainability etc.
  • The 48 nos of eco-clubs functioning in BSP’s schools ensure that, students are actively involved in environmental conservation & awareness building activities through-out the year. In an unique initiative, schoolchildren have campaigned against use of polythene, highlighting its adverse effects on health & environment.
  • Environmental Exhibition a special initiative to spread awareness amongst citizens:BSP has organized an Environmental Exhibition at Nehru Art Gallery, Civic Centre in June,2015 commemorating World Environment Day.The exhibition was aimed at bringing awareness amongst common public on activities carried-out by Bhilai Steel Plant in the areas of Industrial Environmental  Monitoring, Management & Protection. The program was organized under the joint collaboration of EnMD& PRD. There was tremendous response from citizens of Bhilai Township & near-by areas in knowing the initiatives of BSP in environment management

Paving the way for green future:

To attain global best environmental standards post ongoing modernization & expansion, BSP is investing more than 1000 Crores towards green technologies & pollution control. To achieve this, BSP has identified key environmental performance indicators & bench marked them against the best integrated steel plants of the world.  Even in the existing units of the plant, numbers of steps have been taken-up to enhance environmental performance.  The gradual phasing-out of some of the old technologies in coming years will also greatly help BSP in enhancing its green performance.

The targeted environmental performance indicators post modernization are, to achieve particulate emission of less than 0.5 kg/TCS, to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to 2.38 T/TCS, become a zero discharge company, achieve specific water consumption of   2.35 m3/TCS, specific energy consumption of 5.9 Gcal/TCS and Soilid Waste utilization of 98%. Schemes for achieving these standards   have been identified and integrated with the expansion/modernization projects for attaining the results.

Some of the initiatives being taken-up in different new production/process units under ongoing expansion for improvement of environmental quality are given below.

  • New Battery-11 in CO & CCD complex:
  • Pusher Car with door cleaning mechanism
  • Land based pushing emission control system
  • HPLA System for charging emission control
  • Charging car with hermetically sealed charging sleeves and screw feeder. The charging cars are also equipped with magnetic lid lifter and lid and frame cleaning mechanism.
  • Air cooled self-sealing doors
  • Coke Dry Quenching system with provision for power generation  to the tune of 8 MW.
  • New Sinter M/c-2 in SP-3:
  • Sinter cooler waste heat recovery system
  • Electro static precipitators for Stack & fugitive emission control
  • 100% recycling of sinter fines
  • New Blast Furnce-8:
  • Cast house de-fuming system
  • Stock house de-dusting system
  • Cast house slag granulation system
  • Coal dust Injection system
  • Top gas recovery system along with 14MW power generating unit.
  • New SMS-3:
  • 100% recovery of LD gas
  • Dog house for secondary emission control
  • New Rolling Mills ( URM & BRM):
  • Walking beam furnace, and Direct rolling,
  • hot charging of blooms & billets
  • Low NOx burners
  • Design of all motors, pumps etc for control of Noise level below 85 dB
  • Control of stack emissions:
  • All the stack pollution control systems will be designed achive the norm of 50mg/Nm3
  • Use of clean gases in furnaces & new power plant ( BF, CO & Mixed gases) to reduce coal/liquid fuel consumption and reduce stack emissions .
  • Control of Fugitive emissions:
  • 100 % enclosing/covering of conveyer belts
  • Use of state of the art dust suppression/control systems
  • Water conservation & Zero discharge schemes:
  • 100% recycling of effluents from all 3 plant outlets
  • Enhancing existing 30MLD sewage recycling plant in township to recycle all the sewage generated in the Township sectors
  • Local water re-cycling systems in all the production units to reduce evaporation & seepage losses
  • Solid waste utilization;
  • 100% BF-Slag granulation
  • Central sludge handling unit for recycling of all process sludges to sinter plant
  • Partnerships with different research agencies to explore options for enhancing use of LD-Slag/ air cooled-slag etc.

Creating a people-centric organization:

A unique collaborative work culture nurtured by leadership at different time horizons is the key to performance excellence at Bhilai. The work culture is characterized by commitment, pursuit of excellence, openness, flexibility, respect for knowledge, setting and achieving challenging targets and innovations. Highest return on capital employed among all steel plants in the country, two decades of consistent profitability, contributing approximately 50% of SAIL profit (PBT), three decades of industrial peace, more than 5 million tree plantations, excelling in national and international QC competitions, winning prestigious awards and recognitions are some of the manifestations of Bhilai Culture. Bhilai also boasts of highest number of Pradhan Mantri ShramRatna Award and Vishwakarma Awards.

BSP has also won several awards for its HR Best practices which compare with the best in industry. “Aap Bho Janiye” programme is a unique initiative at BSP which was started with the objectives of strengthening work life chord, making the spouses appreciate and understand steel making process, working conditions and welfare facilities and develop a sense of organizational belongingness amongst employees. 

Best in class training facilities, extensive socio-cultural infrastructure, well equipped ISO 14000 certified township with modern amenities, clubs, sports infrastructure provide the much needed Work Life Integration. Known as “Bhilai Biradari”, the BSP collective is proud of more than four decades of Industrial harmony and peace.

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The Powers and Duties of its officers and employees

Operation Departments

  • Ensuring Production of specified output of the departments (e.g. Coke(Dry) from CO & CCD, Hot Metal from Blast Furnaces, Slabs & Blooms from CCS, Finished products from Rolling Mills) as per Annual Production Plan, ensuring conformity to quality and techno-economic parameters, and in quantities decided to get the best operational and commercial advantage.

Techno-economics and Quality

  • Development and review of techno-economic norms and energy management parameters and formulation of action plans for achievement of these norms & parameters.
  • Ensuring continuous improvement in techno-economic performance in the Plant and reviewing implementation.
  • Reviewing quality aspects of production in the Plant and suggesting measures for improvement including standardizing operating and technological practices.

Raw Materials Services

  • Liaison with Corporate Office for procurement of coking coal from indigenous sources in consultation with Central Coal Supply Organisation and Coal India Ltd working out the import plan.
  • Monitoring the supply of indigenous coking coal and imported coal to meet the requirements of the Plant.
  • Formulation of Annual Inward and Outward traffic movement plan for raw materials and finished products.
  • Liaison with Railways on Operational matters.

The safety function of Bhilai Steel Plant is based on its policy of commitment to ensure the safety of its employees and the people associated with it including those living in the neighbourhood of the Plant and pursue the safety efforts in sustained and consistent way by establishing safety goals, safety accountability and providing resources to make the safety programmes work. 
Based on this policy, the Safety Engineering Department formulates safety measures for BSP, advices to concerned departments of BSP on how best these measures can be implemented, audits the implementation and results achieved and advices the Management on improvement measures.

There are 42 registered factories in Bhilai Steel Plant and all factories as well as other Services Departments have departmental safety officers carrying out the functions under Factory Act to promote safety, reduce accidents and implement safety management systems.

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Procedure followed in the decision making process including Channels of Supervision and accountability

Generally, the proposals requiring decisions are initiated at the appropriate level of the executives, depending upon the nature with regard to financial implication, urgency and importance of the matter. Normally, the proposals are initiated at the level of Assistant Manager/Deputy Manger/Manager. The approval is accorded by the executives at the level of DGM/GM/EDs/CEO, depending upon the Delegation of Powers. Matters which are beyond the powers delegated to CEO are referred to the Corporate office for obtaining the approval of Chairman / Board of Directors, as the case maybe.

Bhilai Steel Plant is focused on becoming a world-class producer of Iron & Steel Products and leader in Indian steel business. Quality, Productivity, Profitability and Customer Satisfaction forms the basis for policy formulation and decision making in BSP. The Vision Statement and its guiding principles (CREDO) along with the organization’s intent provide direction for policy and strategy formulation.

The SAIL Vision reads as follows :-

“To be a respected world class corporation and the leader in Indian steel business in quality, productivity, profitability and customer satisfaction”.

The guiding principle CREDO on which the vision statement is based are :

  • We build lasting relationships with customers based on trust and mutual benefit.
  • We uphold highest ethical standards in conduct of our business. 
  • We create and nurture a culture that supports flexibility, learning and is proactive to change.
  • We chart a challenging career for employees with opportunities for advancement and rewards.
  • We value the opportunity and responsibility to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives.

BSP’s organizational objectives are based on the vision and credo & reflect the organizational intents in its journey towards excellence.

Living by the CORE VALUES is the way we define success for our company and for our people.

  • Customer Satisfaction
  • Concern for people
  • Consistent profitability
  • Commitment to excellence.

We are committed to harnessing the full poetential of all our resources, through creativity, continuous improvements and team work. We believe that this is important for making SAIL the best organisation so that our customers, employees and shareholders have a sense of pride.

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The norms set by BSP for the discharge of its functions

The entire operations area of the Plant has been covered under ISO quality standards. The ISO standards set up the norms for functioning of the entire production area and also that of the allied functions such as training and development, which provide services to the Plant.

Techno-economic norms have been quantified and specified for the total production process covering every department and these norms provide the guidelines for carrying out the different activities. The norms are annually published in the form of ready reckoner.

The time frame has been specified for each activity under every Standard Operating Practice (SOP) and responsibility for undertaking the activity has also been specified. Regular review by HODs, and at MR level, as well as audit by both Internal as well as Certifying Auditors identify evidences of non-conformities and corrective actions are taken immediately.

Integrated Management System (IMS) policy of the organization applies to all vital areas pertaining to Quality, Environment, Occupational Health & Safety and Social Accountability. The policy is aligned also to meet the requirements of all the applicable management system standards and is issued / communicated across the organization for its implementation.

Under IMS, BSP has developed systems and procedures and installed ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management system, ISO14001:2015 Environment Management System,OHSAS: 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management System and SA 8000:2014Social Accountability Management System across the organization and got them certified by internationally reputed certifying agency. BSP is also certified for ISO 50001:2011 Energy Management System and ISO 27001:2013 Information Security Management System.

While fixing the IMS policy, management has ensured that the policy is aligned to quality of product and services offered by BSP and it provides a framework for establishing and reviewing its business objectives. The policy also includes commitment to comply with all requirements of the standards covered under IMS of BSP and continually improves upon the effectiveness.

The IMS policy of Bhilai Steel Plant on Quality, Environment, Occupational Health & Safety and Social Accountability is stated below:

Bhilai Steel Plant shall continuously strive to build and sustain a world class organization and enhance the value for its stakeholders through continual improvements and by:

  • Making Quality as hallmark of every process and activity and enhancing customer satisfaction through product differentiation.
  • Maintaining clean, green and sustainable environment in the plant, township and mines premises, conserving energy & natural resources and minimising waste generation through process improvement and enhancing waste recovery and its recycling.
  • Providing safe, healthy& socially accountable work culture for all its employees and other persons working in the plant, township and mines through prevention of accident, injury & ill health and respecting human rights.
  • Enhancing employee productivity for achieving business goals through improving competence of all its employees and fostering a work culture conducive to creativity, innovation, team building, transparency and empowerment.
  • Adhering to internationally recognized management system standards for Quality, Environment, Occupational Health & Safety and Social Accountability and complying to all applicable statutory, regulatory, legal and other requirements

Bhilai Steel Plant has a well-established Internal Customer Satisfaction (ICS) model in place which is designed to achieve end customer satisfaction and organizational business targets through meeting the requirements of all internal customers appearing in the ICS chain. The ICS model of Bhilai Steel Plant was rated as one of the ten best practices for achieving customer satisfaction in our country by CII institute of quality. BSP also has Risk Management model in place to ensure better sustenance and Corporate Governance of its business. BSP is the first PSU steel plant to bring out Corporate sustainability report verified by third party.

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The rules, regulations, instructions, manuals and records, held by BSP or under its control or used by its employees for discharging its functions

  1. Personnel Manual (contains rules, regulations, procedures, benefits etc. for information/use by Management /employees)
  2. Personnel Guide (ready handbook for guidance of line managers at the shop floor on establishment matters)
  3. Purchase & Contract Procedure2014 (lays down the guidelines and procedures to be followed for purchase of materials and award of contracts, in consonance with the CVC guidelines on the subject)
  4. Accounts Manual (describes the accounting rules and procedures followed in SAIL/BSP)
  5. Vigilance Manual (covers guidelines on Vigilance matters)
  6. Circulars issued by Rules section (covers rules, policies, procedures and Operating systems in Personnel and Establishment area, as well as all employee motivation schemes, general administration matters etc.)
  7. Circulars/Procedure Orders issued by O&M (covers methods, systems and procedures to be followed in different management functions)
  8. Quality Manual of BSP and Standard Operating Practices (SOP) framed under it.
  9. Quality Manual of BSPPD & SOPs framed under it.
  10. Safety Manual

SAIL PERSONNEL MANUAL

Section I Human Resource Policy

1

Recruitment Policy

2

Executive Promotion & Appraisal Policy

3

Promotion Policy & Rules for Executives

4

Promotion Policy & Rules for Medical Executives

5

Policy for Promotion from Non-Executive to Executive Cadre

6

System of Probation & Confirmation of Executives

7

Policy on Tenure Posting within SAIL

8

Deputation/Retention of Lien

9

Standard Terms of Deputation

10

Transfer Benefits on Movement from /to other PSUs

11

Policy Guidelines for Foreign Tours & Assignments

12

Premature Retirement Scheme for Executives

Section II Employee Compensation Systems

1

Executive Salary Structure

2

Non-Executive Wage Structure

3

Annual Increment Rules

4

Pay Fixation Rules

5

City Compensation Allowance

6

Local Traveling Expenses

7

Traveling Allowance Rules

8

SAIL Leave Rules

9

Casual Leave Rules

10

Encashment of Leave

11

Leave Travel Concession

 

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A Statement of Categories of Documents that are held by BSP or under its control

BSP is a production unit of SAIL, and therefore it does not independently hold documents under its control. However, the documents held by SAIL are applicable to BSP and guides the functioning of the Plant under the guidance and directives of the Corporate Office and the Board of Directors of SAIL. The documents held by SAIL are listed below:

   
 

Memorandum of Association and Articles of Association
(Incorporated on 24th January 1973 under the Companies Act, 1956)

The document sets out the structure, purpose and operation of SAIL in accordance with Companies Act, 1956

 

Annual Report

The Report contains Director’s Report on the Company’s overall performance during the preceding financial year, including production and financial performances of all units and subsidiaries. The Report also contains the Company’s audited financial accounts, expenditure and profit/loss statement

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The particulars of any arrangement that exists for consultation by the member of the public in relation to the formulation of its policy or implementation thereof

There is no formal arrangement for consultation by members of public in relation to policy formulation or implementation thereof. As a business organization working on commercial lines, BSP is neither expected nor required to consult the members of the public in this regard.

However, with regard to implementation of peripheral development schemes or other general measures for the general public, informal discussions are held with the people’s representatives including MLAs, MPs etc., to ascertain their views as well as that of the public whom they represent. Feedback on the implementation of peripheral development schemes and other community development programmes is also given to them.

The organization also takes note of the public view as reflected in the local media and assessed through informal interactions of the management collective, specially the Communications wing of the Public Relations department, with cross-sections of the residents of Bhilai township, and takes effective steps to ensure that these are given due cognizance while formulating and implementing scheme/ programmes that affect the common populace.

Creating Societal Value

BSP has been discharging its organizational social responsibility beyond statutory requirements with the belief that its existence as an organization depends upon long term sustainability and has always pursued CSR as a part of organization’s commitment to society.  BSP has long realized that its operations have major impact on the communities in the nearby areas. The needs and expectations of various stakeholders are captured through regular interactions led by the top management at SAIL/BSP level. All CSR projects and activities are finalised at the plant-level by the CSR Apex Committee.

In 1963, the Community Development department was started which ran a Bal Mandir (crèche) for workers’ children, Mahila Mahavidyalaya and Adult Literacy Centre. In 1978, the department was expanded to Community & Peripheral Development and the coverage was increased to a radius of 8 km around the centre of township encompassing 31 villages and then later in 1983, the radius became 16 km with 136 villages.

Thus BSP started sharing its prosperity with neighbouring villages through constructing additional rooms in village schools, making roads, bridges, culverts, Panchayat Bhawans, Community Halls, Cultural stages, digging bore well, deepening villages tanks/ponds, making ghats in the ponds for safe bathing and other such activities. Subsequently, activities involving community health, such as eye camps, and general OPD camps were taken-up.

Apart from these activities, BSP organized the 1st Chhattisgarh Lok Kala Mahotsav in 1976 which is now an annual affair and Chhattisgarh’s most prestigious folk arts and culture platform. The 41st Lok Kala Mahotsav was organised in October 2017. Lok Kala Mahotsavs are also organised at Rajhara, Nandini and Hirri Mines from time to time. Every year Grameen Lokotsavas are organized in peripheral villages. Inter Model Steel Village(MSV) sports event is organized for school-children every year.

After formation of separate Corporate Social Responsibility department in 2006 BSP has developed 21 peripheral villages as Model Steel Villages (MSVs) in Durg district and 71 Mines Buffer Zone villages (49 in Rajhara Mines area and 22 in Rowghat Mines area) with an emphasis on education of tribals and BPL population, construction activities, medical & health services, animal husbandry & veterinary camps, sports & cultural activities, and above all by livelihood generation/ skill generation of women and weaker sections of the society. A BPL school – Bhilai Ispat Vikas Vidyalaya was started in Sector-6, Bhilai in 2007, and in Khursipar area in 2011. Since 2009, BSP has been supporting the government’s mid-day meal scheme by providing financial support to Akshaya Patra Foundation (Rs 2.75 per meal for a maximum of 25,000 meals per day) in approx. 200 government schools in Bhilai-Durg area. A senior citizen home - Bhilai Ispat Siyan Sadan was set up April 2010. Honhar Scheme for highly meritorious students from Model Steel Villages was introduced in 2011. BSP believes that it has a role to play in the development of the state of Chhattisgarh by supplementing development activities of the government like Swachh Vidyalaya Abhiyan, malnutrition eradication, medical and digital education facilities, etc.

 

In 2014-15, SAIL Board of Directors approved the SAIL-CSR Policy in line with Section 135 of Companies’ Act, 2013, and CSR Rules, 2014. The Board Sub-Committee (BSC) on CSR & Sustainability has three Independent and three functional Directors. The Board of the company takes into account the recommendations of the BSC, approves the CSR Policy for the company and ensures that the company spends, in every financial year, at least two per cent of the average net profits of the company during the three immediately preceding financial years.

Overview of BSP’s CSR Activities

  1. BPL Education

BSP with an objective of fulfilling its social obligation and upliftment of the down trodden population, has started a separate English Medium CBSE Primary School  ”Bhilai IspatVikas Vidyalaya” for the children of “Below Poverty  Line” families of urban  area of Bhilai, extending free facilities like education,   supply of school kit including books, uniform, mid-day meal, to &fro transport  facility in 2007.  A   similar school has been started in Khursipara Area in 2011-2012.

  1. Tribals’ Education
  • Under CSR Scheme for education of Tribal Students, every year 20 tribal students from Rowghat area (Kanker and Narayanpur Districts) &  Rajhara area (Balod Distt) of Chhattisgarh are admitted  in class-6 since 2002-03.  All the students are provided free education, lodging and boarding facilities at Gyanodaya Hostel, Rajhara Mines Township. From 2014-15, 30 tribal students are being adopted. For Class XI & XII, these  tribal students and 10 Honhaar Scheme students from MSVs are admitted at Gyanoday Hostel Bhilai, where they are provided free education, lodging and boarding facilities including free coaching for professional examinations by reputed coaching institute. Tribal students after passing class 12th are provided scholarship @ Rs 2000 p.m. for higher education.
  • One English Medium School started in association with DAV College Management Committee at Antagarh in September 2015 exclusively for tribal children from 22 Mines Buffer Zone villages of Rowghat area.
  1. Nursing Education of Tribal Girls

20 Tribal girls are sponsored by CSR BSP every year at PG College of Nursing, Bhilai / Apollo College of Nursing, Anjora-Durg for B.Sc. (Nursing) / ANM / GNM courses, with option to pursue higher studies (M.Sc. (Nursing)).

 

  1. Medical & Healthcare
  • Antagarh&Dandak Van Dispensaries: A permanent dispensary has been opened at Antagarh in Rowghat area on 30/07/2013, and Dandak Van Dispensary aided by BSP opened in 2014.
  • Bhilai Ispat Kalyan Chikitsalaya was established in Aug. 2007 in Bhilai Township for free and quality treatment of poor and needy, especially those belonging to BPL category. It provides free OPD facilities.  In view of the demography in and around Bhilai-Durg, it benefits people from the disadvantaged sections of the society in large numbers. In November 2016, it was granted 5S certification by QCFI, Secunderabad for a period of three years.
  • Medical Camps: Regular health/medical / eye camps in Rowghat, Rajhara, Hirri Mines areas and 21 medical camps per month in Model Steel Villages (MSVs) are being organised. Sizeable population belong to disadvantaged sections of the society are getting benefited by these medical camps. Critical patients are referred to JLNHRC, Bhilai for free specialised treatment. 
  1. Rural Infrastructure development in 71 Mines Buffer Zone Villages and Peripheral Areas in Balod, Kanker, and Narayanpur districts & 21 Model Steel Villages in Durg district in a radius of 16 km of Bhilai is being done. It includes Approach road & Street cementing, Borewells & Solar-powered-pumps-cum-filtration units, Construction of cultural stage, addnl. classrooms, Cremation shed, entry/exit gates, Ghat of Pond, Swayam-siddha Bhavan for women empowerment, Construction of community toilets and toilets under Swachha Vidyalaya Abhiyan, Construction of Dalli-Rajhara-Rowghat Rail Line Project through Railways besides many approach roads in the region, Solar home light/Street light in Rowghat areas
  1. Skill Development
  • BSP is supporting Livelihood College at Antagarh in association with state government which is imparting vocational training to unemployed youth (mostly tribals) in the Rowghat region.
  • Vocational Training courses & Income Generation Courses are being provided through Vocational Training Providers (VTPs) and at Bhilai Ispat Kaushal Kutir, Risali:
    • Electrician & other trades at ITI, Bed Side Assistant training at PG College of Nursing, Bhilai, e-chetna (Computer awareness for house wife), Data Entry Operator, Candle making, Box Making, LMV driving, Stitching, Dari-making and Mushroom cultivation at Kaushal Kutir, Bhilai.
  1. SAIL Khel Mela is organised at Narayanpur since 2006-07 every year wherein the population is predominantly ST (1500 to 2000 children of nearby villages) participate in different sports activities like Athletics, Kabaddi  and Football etc.  Based upon the performance in these games few deserving children are selected and provided coaching in these games by expert coaches from Sports Cultural and Civic Amenities Department of BSP so that they can excel further in the field of Sports and Games.
  1. Support to Mid-Day Meal Scheme: Since 2009, BSP has been a partner in the Mid-Day Meal Scheme of government of India. Capital support was provided initially to Akshaya Patra Foundation to set up a kitchen in Old Dairy Building. BSP provides a subsidy of Rs 2.75 per meal for a maximum of 25,000 meals for school-children in 200 government schools in Bhilai-Durg area. All necessary support is provided from time to time for smooth running of the kitchen.
  1. Senior Citizen Welfare: BSP has started Siyan Sadan in April 2010, a home with all facilities for stay and recreation for senior citizens. Festivals and important days are celebrated round-the-year. In Jan. 2017, a scheme for meals for senior citizens has been started from Akshaya Patra kitchen. BSP was honoured by Ministry of Social Welfare and Empowerment, Government of India’s with the prestigious VayoshreshthaSamman on 1st of October 2016 by Hon’ble President of India for its welfare activities for senior citizens.
  1. Environment Conservation through 310 km Road Side / Block Tree Plantation and installation of solar powered pumping cum filtration systems has been taken up in different parts of the state of Chhattisgarh.
  1. BSP also supplements government programs in the fields of education, medical and healthcare, malnutrition eradication, women empowerment, skill development and welfare of disadvantaged sections of the society from time to time depending on availability of resources.

 

  1. Swachh Vidyalaya Abhiyan: 146 toilets have been constructed under in 2014-15 and 2015-16 in 103 government schools in five districts of the state of Chhattisgarh.
  1. BSP is committed to providing employment to one member of 177 Rowghat Mines Project-Affected Families (PAF) after two-year skill development training. Till date 69 locals have been trained and joined BSP. The training and engagement of remaining candidates is in progress.
  1. Employee Engagement in CSR is also one the focus areas. A number of groups / NGOs managed by BSP employees have ventured voluntarily into social service through their own resources. Muskaan is an excellent example of this voluntarism. This home for dyslexic children started by working and ex-employees is rendering yeoman service. Employees of R&SM have joined this school and celebrate birthdays of children. Other employee groups like Sai Aastha, Contact, etc. are also working in the social welfare field on their own.

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A Statement of the Boards, councils, committees and other bodies consisting of two or more persons constituted as its part or for the purpose of its advice, and as to whether meetings of those boards, councils, committees and other boards are opened to the public, or the minutes of such meetings are accessible for public

Such bodies are constituted at Corporate level for Steel Authority of India Limited itself such as National Joint Committee for Steel, Committee for Production and Productivity, Joint Committee on Safety, Health, Environment in Steel Industry etc.

Representatives from Bhilai Steel Plant from both the Management and the employees’ side are participants in such committees and are actively involved in the decision making process therein. The decisions of these bodies are implemented at Plant level.

For promotion of Ancillary industries and to support the organization’s efforts towards nurturing small-scale industries in the area, a Plant Level Committee is functioning regularly with members from BSP, representatives of local industries and the State Government.

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  1. A Directory of Officers & Employees of BSP(hyperlink)

SNo

NAME(S/SHRI)

Designation

1

M RAVI

CEO

2

AK MATHUR

ED(PROJECTS)

3

PK DASH

ED(WORKS)

4

MRS REETA BANERJEE

ED(MM)

5

DR. KN THAKUR

DIR I/C(M&HS)

6

BP NAYAK

ED(F&A)

7

BISWARUP SAHA

GM I/C(MILLS)

8

B MOHARANA

GM I/C(SERVICES)

9

D BHARGAVA

GM I/C(MINES & ROWGHAT)

10

AK MISHRA

GM(MINES-ROWGHAT)

11

T PANDIARAJA

GM(SAFETY & FIRE SERV)

12

PRAMOD KUMAR

GM(QUALITY)

13

MB GANESAMOORTHY

GM(PROJECTS-IRON)

14

K HARINARAYANA

ON DEPUTATION TO BPSCL

15

KAMLENDU DAS

GM(SMS-I)

16

A DEVADAS

GM(PROJECTS-SMS-3)

17

SN ABIDI

GM(PPC)

18

ANURAG NAGAR

GM I/C(P&A)

19

SURENDRA SINGH

GM(MINES-MAINT)IOC,RAJHARA

20

J ARJUNA PRASAD

GM I/C(IRON)

21

DR SK ISSAR

DIR I/C(M&HS)

22

AK SINGH

GM(PLATE MILL)

23

RN PANDA

GM(PERSONNEL)

24

G SENGUPTA

GM(RSM)

25

MP SINGH

GM(SMS-III)

26

RAJEEV SEHGAL

GM(SMS-II)

27

AP BARNWAL

GM(PROJECTS-MILLS ZONE)

28

P KULKARNI

GM I/C(MATERIALS MGMT)

29

DR AK GARG

DIR(M&HS)

30

SR SURYAWANSHI

GM(BLAST FURNACES)

31

KSS KANHAIYA

GM(MM)

32

DIPAK KUMAR SAHA

GM(F&A)

33

MITHILESH KUMAR

GM(INTERNAL AUDIT)

34

PIYUSH KUMAR

GM (C&IT)

35

RK GUPTA

GM(I&A)

36

SP SINHA

GM(BBM)

37

JK BHOSALE

GM(REFRACTORY)

38

ALOK CHATTERJEE

GM(MMILL & WRM)

39

GSV SUBRAMANIAN

GM(CO&CCD)

40

ANAND PRAKASH SRIVASTAVA

GM(BFs-MAINT)

41

ARVIND KUMAR

GM(SHOPS)

42

DD PATRA

GM(BLAST FURNACES)

43

PK GHOSH

GM(PROJECTS-POWER ZONE)

44

SK MEHTA

GM(PROJECTS-UTILITIES)

45

DR A SRIVASTAVA

DIRECTOR(M&HS)

46

SUNIL GUPTA

GM(VIG)&ACVO

47

AMIT SEN

GM(PROJECTS-COMML)

48

V MAIRAL

DGM(PR)

     

49

U K SARKAR

DIG(CISF)

       

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The Monthly Remuneration received by each of its officers and employees, including the system of compensation as provided in its regulations

 

The remuneration of the officers (Executives) of the company is governed by the guidelines of the Department of Public Enterprises Government of India. The pay scales of officers are of Industrial DA pattern. The Remuneration of employees (Non-Executives) is fixed through negotiation with workmen’s Union subject to the overall guidelines of Department of Public Enterprises Government of India. The monthly emoluments of officers and workmen at various grades of pay scale are given below:

Revised Pay Scale For Different Grades (w.e.f. 01.01.2007)

BOARD LEVEL

GRADE

PAY SCALE

Sch A

80000-3%-125000

Sch B

75000-3%-100000

 

EXECUTIVES

GRADE

PAY SCALE

E0

12600-32500

E1

20600-50500

E2

29100-54500

E3

32900-58000

E4

36600-62000

E5

43200-66000

E6

51300-73000*

E7

51300-73000*

E8

51300-73000

E9

62000-80000

 

(*) The scales of pay of E6 & E7 grades for Executives of SAIL are hereby merged with E8 grade

Revised Pay Scale For Different Grades (w.e.f. 01.01.2012)

NON-EXECUTIVES

GRADE

PAY SCALE

 

GRADE

PAY SCALE

S1

15830-3%-22150

 

S6

17500-3%-30070

S2

16300-3%-23200

 

S7

17600-3%-31230

     

S8

17700-3%-32420

S3

16800-3%-24110

 

S9

17800-3%-35480

S4

17100-3%-25540

 

S10

17900-3%-42030

S5

17300-3%-27540

 

S11

18000-3%-43950

 

NOTE:- Remuneration and Compensation are as per company's guideline.

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The budget allocated to each of its agency, indicating the particulars of all plans, proposed expenditures and reports on disbursements made

The summary of the budget allocated to different expenditure heads, and the income of BSP from different sources is as given in the table below :

Particulars

Budget
2015-16

Actual
2015-16

Budget
2016-17

Actual
2016-17

Budget
2017-18

Actual
2017-18

Income

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Gross Sales including Inter-Plant Transfers

2089522

1534637

2031859

1477572

2205377

1629472

 

- Finished Products for internal use

18725

11185

10335

10104

9709

8679

 

(A)

2108247

1545822

2042195

1487676

2215086

1638152

Sales related expenses

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Freight Outward

35817

40621

60981

32510

61268

48307

 

- Excise Duty

217829

170113

217001

172989

232724

8808

 

- JPC & Other Pool Funds

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

- CMO Expenses

14828

12522

14000

12681

12500

11981

 

(B)

26474

223256

291982

218180

306492

69096

  1. The manner of execution of subsidy programs including the amounts allocated and the details of beneficiaries of such programs. (hyperlink)
  1. Particulars of recipients of concessions, permits, authorizations granted by BSP.(hyperlink)
  1. Details in   respect   of   the   information   available   to   or held by it, reduced in an electronic form.
    For information reduced in electronic form,

please visit website www.sail.co.in (hyperlink)

  1. The particulars of facilities available to citizens for obtaining information including the working hours of a library or reading room, if maintained for public use.

 

Central Library :

Central Library (erstwhile Bhilai Technical Institute Library), established in the year 1959,is situated in the ground floor of Human Resources Development Centre.

Today, this library has more than 42,974 books on technical, management and other subjects.In addition, the Library procures various Standards like IS (Indian Standard), BS (British Standard), ASTM (American Standard), ASME, API, IEC etc.  in the form of CDs. The library also subscribes to 50 Journals / Magazines and 19 Newspapers.

The whole system is computerized and any person with access to the intranet can check the availability/ current status and even reserve books online, from their own PC.

Central Library has been organizing Book Review Competition on regular basis.

Public Library

The Public Library at Civic Centre was   built   in   the   year 1998. The land for the building in township was given by Bhilai Steel Plant and the building was raised with the help of Member of Parliament fund given by Shri O Rajgopalan,MP from Kerala.

 

BSP committed its resources for maintaining the library along with manpower. The management of the library was given to HRD in September’2010. Since July, 2011the whole system is computerized.

 

Today, this library has more than 32,786 books, fiction, non‐fiction, Children books, Competitive books for students etc.The library also subscribes to 15 Newspaper & 65 magazines.

 

This library is open from 10.00 hours to 18.30 hours on all working days. Transaction/reading time is from 10.30 hours to 18.00 hours.

 

All residents of Bhilai can become a member of this library by paying a nominal fee. The library presently has 955 members. Around 30000 persons visit the library every year.

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The names, designations and other particulars of the Public Information Officers

 

The Contact Address Of the PIOS/APIOS and Appellate Authority are as under :

 

Post

Name

Address

Public Information Officer

Smt ANURADHA SINGH

AGM(P-NW&TS)
Ispat Bhavan, BSP
4th FLOOR, R.No 414
BHILAI STEEL PLANT
BHILAI 490001 (C.G.)
Phone : (0788)2857175
Fax No.:(0788)2222855
EMAIL : anuradhasingh[at]sail-bhilaisteel[dot]com

Assistant Public Information Officer

Shikha Dubey

AGM (Pers-Counselling),
Counselling Section, CEZ,
BSP, BHILAI
PHONE : 0788-2860074
EMAIL : shikhadubey[at]sail-bhilaisteel[dot]com

Assistant Public Information Officer

Sanjay Dwivedi

AGM (Pers-T&D)
WELFARE BUILDING NO.14
BHILAI STEEL PLANT
PHONE : 0788-2854321
EMAIL : sanjaydwivedi[at]sail-bhilaisteel[dot]com

Assistant Public Information Officer

AK Sahu

DGM (Pers-I,M&S)
Room No. 319
RCL  BUILDING
BHILAI STEEL PLANT
PHONE : 0788-2852799
EMAIL : aksahu[at]sail-bhilaisteel[dot]com

First Appellate Authority

Dr S.C. Pandey

DGM(P-Works-Mills Zone),
Ispat Bhawan, Admn Bldg
BokaroSteel Plant
Bokaro 827001(Jharkhand)
FAX : 06542-240227
PHONE : 06542-240712
EMAIL : gmpersbokaro[at]gmail[dot]com

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