Jindal Steel & Power (JSP), a company led by industrialist Naveen Jindal, won five golds at the Quality Control Circle 22 (ICQCC) held in Indonesia. According to a press release issued in Ramgarh on Wednesday, 757 organizations from 14 countries participated in the international conference held in Jakarta from November 15 to 18 and demonstrated their best skills.
In particular, the International Conference of Quality Control Circles (ICQCC) is the world's highest platform for the recognition of quality concepts and related topics, in which JSP's Kaizen (Change for Better) teams set a milestone by winning five gold medals. Out of which four teams are from Angul Steel Plant and one team is from Tensa Iron Ore Mines. Their names are – Panther, Shakti, Kaushal, Dynamic and Sparta. A total of 14 engineers belonging to these teams won the top five awards of the Jakarta conference, demonstrating their outstanding skills in their fields.
The well-known Japanese Total Productive Maintenance (TPM) method is an integral part of the work practice in all JSP plants, which is constantly followed by all employees to drive the process of continuous quality improvement. This conference marks the best match of this method. Bhuvan Pratap of JSP became a member of the jury and JSP achieved another success.
Pratap, AVP and Head of TPM – TQM – Energy Management in the company was honored as a Jury Member of the International Conference of Quality Control Circles (ICQCC). Participated in ICQCC worldwide except JSP group companies. Participated as a jury member in the evaluation of case studies presented by industries. JSP is a leading steel, mining and infrastructure company with a global investment of USD 12 billion. JSP is always ready to fulfill the dreams of an independent India which is constantly expanding its capacities.