Selain memenuhi kebutuhan thermocouple dan aksesoris thermocouple jakarta di Indonesia, PT. Tempsens Asia Jaya juga memiliki rasa tanggungjawab secara sosial kepada masyarakat luas di Indonesia maupun di India dalam meningkatkan kesejahteraan dan berdampak positif bagi lingkungan.
Tempsens organized a “Cyclothon” – for health awareness among Tempsens Employees on 15th Oct.2017. About 250 members including employees and their families participated in this event.
Positive Charge Charitable Trust @Tempsens Instruments contribute towards various pertinent Social Causes.
Tempsens team donated clothes and footwear to needy and unprivileged people at Math Madri Kacchi Basti Area on 14th October 2017.
Yoga Camp by Guru Maa at Tempsens Unit II for 1 week from 9th to 14th Jan.2017 so that employees can learn Stress management.
Tempsens organised a Walk By the Lake – Marathon for creating health awareness among Tempsens Employees on 9th April 2017. About 180 members including employees and their families participated in this event.
As a government of India initiative skill development for youth with the help of MSME we provide apprenticeship training to diploma and ITI etc. and after training, we provide jobs to them so that they can earn their livelihood.
Tempsens has been very conscious of the environment. Every year, we plant and maintain many trees in and around the premises. We have developed more than 30% of our area in Plantation. Being in the industrial area, we plan to increase at least 20% plants every year to keep our factories and surrounding dust-free, green and clean environment.
Tempsens organized a Plant Distribution on Saturday,8th July 2017. Plants were distributed to our employees and workers who were willing to plant a tree. It was a small effort from Tempsens to make the environment greener.
Tempsens team planted few plants in and around the factory.
Every Saturday we serve food to 250 – 500 unprivileged children of Slum areas.
Distributed School Uniform to Students of Maheshwari Innovative School, Umarda Village, Udaipur.
Organized Health check-up camps for production workers. Healthy employees are more productive.
Training on CPR and Management of common emergencies was conducted on 21st July 2018 at Tempsens training centre for health and safety awareness. The training was given by Dr. Karuna Bhandari, MD (EX -CMO, HZL), Apollo Hospital Outreach Centre, Udaipur. 50+ participants took part in the training.
Tempsens organised Awareness and Preventative Care from the CoronaVirus program by Dr. Arun Kumar Bapna on 17th March and 18th March 2020 in all units.
Tempsens in its continuous efforts to positively impact the society, especially the areas around its sites and offices, has formulated policies for social development that are based on the following guiding principles:
This CSR Policy is applicable to Tempsens, which is mandated with the CSR expenditure obligations as per Sec. 135 of the Companies Act, 2013 read with the Companies (Corporate Social Responsibility Policy) Rules, 2014, as amended from time to time.
Tempsens CSR areas target inclusive growth of all stakeholders under various categories, mentioned under Sch. VII of The Companies Act, 2013.
These primarily fall under drinking water, sanitation, education, healthcare, social development, livelihood opportunities and environmental protection. These are:
1 A three-tier governance structure is responsible for implementing CSR activities at Tempsens. These include the CSR Committee of the Board, Corporate CSR Team, and Operational CSR Teams.
Composition of CSR Committee:
The CSR Committee shall consist of the following:
2 Roles and Responsibilities
2.1 CSR Committee shall consist of three or more directors. CSR committee shall be responsible for:
2.2 Dedicated CSR team shall be constituted at Corporate Office for implementing the CSR Policy. Corporate CSR Team, located at Udaipur, shall be responsible for:
2.3 Operational CSR Team located at respective plant/project locations is responsible for:
2.4 To maintain continuity of community-related interventions/programs initiated during the project development stage, team members engaged in such activities would be drawn in as CSR team members at the project execution/operation stage, wherever possible, and augmented if necessary.
2.5 Depending on interventions/programs, external experts shall be engaged on a contract basis for the development of baseline data, planning, implementation, monitoring effectiveness of CSR initiatives, etc.