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    ORIENTATION TRAINING GUIDE

    FOR

    MANAGEMENT TRAINEES

    TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTREVISAKHAPATNAM STEEL PLANT

    VISAKHAPATNAM

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    ORIENTATION TRAINING GUIDE

    FOR

    MANAGEMENT TRAINEES

    TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE

    VISAKHAPATNAM STEEL PLANTVISAKHAPATNAM

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    AUGUST - 2006

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    Rashtriya Ispat Nigam LimitedVisakhapatnam Steel PlantVisakhapatnam - 530 031

    Y Siva Sagar RaoChairman-cum-Managing Director

    Message

    (Y Siva Sagar Rao)Chairman-cum-Managing

    Director

    Management Trainees form an important segment of RINL collective. They

    infuse fresh talent to the management function and stand a good chance to be the

    future leaders of the company. The present batch of Management Trainees have the

    rare opportunity of getting associated with the production as well as construction of

    the plant simultaneously. RINL has been giving utmost importance to training and

    development and the Management Trainees are exposed to all facets of management

    before shouldering any responsibility. Training and Development Centre has been

    continuously putting its efforts in presenting an orientation guide and updating the

    same as per need so as to provide the management trainees an integrated view of

    the production facilities of the steel plant as well as nuances of corporate management.

    The new revised and updated version will be of immense guidance and assistance to

    the management trainees in their pursuit in understanding the organization and

    developing them for higher mantles of management.

    I compliment all concerned in bringing out this orientation guide which will

    be of great use not only to the Management Trainees but will also serve as a ready

    reckoner to the RINL collective.

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    Rashtriya Ispat Nigam LimitedVisakhapatnam Steel PlantVisakhapatnam - 530 031

    K. AYYAPPA NAIDUDirector (Personnel)

    Message

    I am happy to note that Training and Development Centre has

    brought out this revised and updated Orientation Guide for Management

    Trainees with the cooperation of concerned departments. This revised

    version is enriched with up-to-date information covering the modifications

    and improvements in various departments, besides adding some more

    departments in Works and other than Works areas to make it as

    comprehensive as possible.

    I hope this Guide will be of immense help to Management Trainees

    and also to others as a reference material. I compliment the efforts of

    Training and Development Centre and all others involved in bringing out

    this publication.

    K. Ayyappa NaiduDirector (Personnel)

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    VSPs VISION, MISSION, OBJECTIVES, CORE VALUES

    VISION :

    To be continuously growing world class company, We shall Harness our growth potential and sustain profitable growth

    Deliver high quality and cost competitive products and be the first choice ofcustomers

    Create an inspiring work environment to unleash the creative energy of People

    Achieve excellence in enterprise management

    Be a respected corporate citizen, ensure clean and green Environment and developvibrant communities around us

    MISSION

    To attain 10 million ton liquid steel capacity through technological up-gradationoperational efficiency and expansion to produce steel at international standards ofcost quality and to meet the aspirations of the stake holders.

    OBJECTIVES

    Expand plant capacity to 5 million ton by 2007-08 with the mission to attain 10million ton capacity in two subsequent phases

    Wipe out accumulated loses by 2006-07

    Be amongst top five lowest cost liquid steel producers in the world by 2006-07

    Achieve customer satisfaction levels on par with world class organizations by2006-07

    Make RINL the employer of choice by caring for employees. Develop people Asknowledge workers by 2005-06 and achieve an improvement of 5 percent Pointsin employee satisfaction levels every alternate year

    Be ranked as an excellent business organization by 2006-07

    Ensure zero effluent discharge by 2005-06 and contribute to improving Quality oflife (health, literacy and water) in at least one village every year

    CORE VALUES

    Commitment

    Customer Satisfaction

    Continuous Improvement

    Concern for environment

    Creativity and Innovation

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    QUALITY, ENVIRONMENT AND

    OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY

    We, at Visakhapamam Steel are the committed to meet me needs and

    expectations of customers and other interested parties, occupational health and

    safety of our work for a and to preserve the environment. To accomplish this we

    will -

    Supply quality goods and services to customers delight

    Document, implement, maintain & periodically review the management

    systems including the policy, objective and targets.

    Use resources efficiently and reduce wastage & prevent pollution.

    Comply with all relevant legal, regulatory and other requirements applicable

    to Products, activities and processes in respect of Quality, Environment,

    Occupational Health & Safety and also ensure the same by contractor.

    Continually improve quality, environment, occupational health and safety

    performance with respect to products, activities, processes, premises andservices.

    Encourage development and involvement of employees.

    Maintain high level of quality, environment, occupational health and safety

    consciousness amongst employees and contract workers by imparting

    education and training.

    This policy is communicated to all the employees and contract workers and

    is made available to interested parties on request.

    Dt. 24.01.2005 CHAIRMAN-CUM-MANAGING DIRECTOR

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    ENERGENERGENERGENERGENERGY POLICYY POLICYY POLICYY POLICYY POLICY

    We, at Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, are committed to optimally utilise the various forms

    of energy in a cost-effective manner to effect conservation of energy resources. To

    accomplish this we will :

    Document, implement, maintain and continuously review the energy

    management system

    Comply with the energy conservation Act-2001 and any other statutory

    requirements

    Make Energy Conservation a way of life by involving all employees

    Reduce energy cost by

    - Recovery of waste energy and Recycling of waste

    - Adoption of energy efficient operation, energy efficient maintenance,

    - Energy oriented incentive policy procurement of energy efficient equipment

    - Appropriate energy efficient technologies and use of cheaper forms of energy.

    Reduce Specific Energy Consumption by 1% per year up to 2010

    Date22-10-2004 (Y. Siva Sagar Rao)

    Chairman-cum-Man aging Director

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    INDEXChapter No. TOPIC Page No.

    I. COMPANY INFORMATION AND PERSPECTIVES :

    1. STEEL SCENARIO ................................................................................................................ 012. RINL/VSP HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE - THE TURN AROUND .......................................05

    3. MAJOR OPERATING STANDARDS AND NORMS .............................................................. 10

    I I. MAJOR PRODUCTION UNITS :

    4. RAW MATERIAL HANDLING PLANT (RMHP) ..................................................................... 27

    5. COKE OVEN & COAL CHEMICAL DEPARTMENT (C & CCD) ......................................... 35

    6. SINTER PLANT (SP) ............................................................................................................. 45

    7. CALCINING & REFRACTORY MATERIAL PLANT (CRMP) ................................................558. BLAST FURNACE (BF) ......................................................................................................... 59

    9. STEEL MELTING SHOP (SMS) ............................................................................................69

    10. LIGHT AND MEDIUM MERCHANT MILL (LMMM) ...............................................................81

    11. MEDIUM MERCHANT AND STRUCTURAL MILL (MMSM) ................................................. 91

    12. WIRE ROD MILL (WRM) ...................................................................................................... 99

    13. ROLL SHOP & REPAIR SHOP (RS & RS) ...................................................................... 107

    III. SERVICE UNITS (WORKS) :

    14. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS (ACS) ............................................................................. 115

    15. CENTRAL MAINTENANCE - ELECTRICAL (CME) ............................................................ 116

    16. CENTRAL MAINTENANCE - MECHANICAL (CMM) .......................................................... 117

    17. CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT (CED)...................................................................... 119

    18. ELECTRICAL REPAIR SHOP (ERS) .................................................................................. 123

    19. ELECTRO TECHNICAL LABORATORY (ETL) .................................................................... 124

    20. ENERGY MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT (EMD).......................................