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As the world's largest global corporate citizenship initiative, the Global Compact is the first and the foremost concern which is exhibiting and building the social legitimacy of business and markets. BHEL is a life member of United Nations Global Compact (UNGC), India Network. BHEL reiterated its commitment to the United Nations' Global Compact programme and continued to play a lead role in promoting the set of core values enshrined in its ten principles on human rights, labour standards, environment and anti-corruption and intends to advance UNGC Principles within the company's sphere of influence and has ingrained it in its strategy, culture and day-to-day operations.

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BHEL demonstrated its commitment through regular pooling of communication of progress on the UNGC website and has also taken a lead role in promoting UNGC principles in other Indian organizations through the Global Compact network by organizing case studies/organizational experience sharing & addressing the Global Compact principles in the Indian context. The company publically advocates UN Global Compact principles to its stakeholders through its Annual Report, Press Conferences and other public communiqués.

BHEL is committed to be an environment friendly company in all its areas of activities, products and services and providing a safe & healthy work environment.

The company shares the growing concern on issues related to Environment and Occupational Health & Safety (OHS), and is committed to protecting Environment in and around its own establishment, and to providing safe and healthy environment to all its employees. For fulfilling these obligations, a Health, Safety & Environmental Policy has been formulated and implemented through management systems. In recognition of this, BHEL has been awarded the ISO 14001:2004 Environmental Management Systems Certification and OHSAS 18001:2007 Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems Certification from M/s. Det Norske Veritas (DNV).

The company is putting in efforts to reduce the carbon footprint of its organizational activities and also its customers by adopting sustainable business practices. Various projects and initiatives are being undertaken in the areas of Renewable Energy Generation, Material and Natural Resource Management, Energy Management, Water & Bio-Diversity Management and Carbon Management.

BHEL has supported various social initiatives across the country by undertaking projects in diversified areas like Community Development, Health & Hygiene, Education, Environment Protection, Disaster Management, and Talent upgradation/Skill development.


  • Under the aegis of the National Mission on Clean Coal Technology, BHEL, in association with IGCAR, NTPC and other organizations, is developing Advanced Ultra Supercritical plants.
  • BHEL achieved Carbon Footprint Avoidance to the extent of 7800 MT CO2-e during 2015-16 through various renewable energy based systems.
  • As another step towards preserving the environment, BHEL is establishing a Sewage Treatment Plant at its Hyderabad and Tiruchirappalli manufacturing plants aimed at achieving Zero Discharge of pollutant effluents.
  • BHEL continues its commitment towards environment conservation by taking up several Environment Improvement Projects (EIPs). These projects help in enriching the environment, conservation of precious resources like energy, water, fuel oil, coolant, lubricant, mitigating environmental pollution.

  • During 2015-16, 16,500 non-BHEL individuals were trained under skill development initiatives covering various schemes like graduate apprenticeship, diploma apprenticeship, vocational training, industrial training, non-statutory training. About 2,000 ITI Apprentices of different trades, have also been trained.
  • Welding Research Institute (WRI), Tiruchirapalli has been conducting skill development programme for ITI Welder passed candidate as well as school dropouts. Around 1,100 welders have been trained and they are well placed in industries in India and abroad.

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