1.GENERAL SAFETY MANAGEMENT PPT.

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Awareness in industrial safety :

Awareness in industrial safety 1 Awareness in industrial safety

Remember :

2 Remember      NO JOB IS SO IMPORTANT AND NO SERVICE SO URGENT THAT IT CANNOT TAKE TIME TO PERFORM THE WORK SAFELY. -BELL U.S.A      IT IS THE DUTY OF EVERY MAN TO PROTECT HIMSELF AND THOSE ASSOCIATED WITH HIM FROM ACCIDENTS, WHICH MAY RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH. -ABRAHAM LINCOLN      CAUTION IS THE OLDEST CHILD OF WISDOM. -VICTOR HUGO CARELESSNESS DOES MORE HARM THAN WANT OF KNOWLEDGE. -BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

  What is an Accident? :

3   What is an Accident? AN ACCIDENT IS DEFINED AS AN UNPLANNED & UNEXPECTED EVENT WHICH CAUSES OR LIKELY TO CAUSE A BODILY INJURY TO SELF, FELLOW WORKERS, PROPERTY & DAMAGE TO THE ENVIRONMENT. ACCIDENT SEQUENCE (DEMONS THEORY) V      INJURY. V      ACCIDENT. V      UA/UC V      FAULT OF PERSONS V      KNOWLEDGE OR SKILL  INJURY -–ACCIDENT -–UA/UC---FAULT---KNOWLEDGE

WHY DO WE NEED SAFETY :

4 WHY DO WE NEED SAFETY 1. TO AVOID ILL EFFECTS OF ACCIDENTS HUMANITARIAN GROUNDS, ECONOMICS SOCIAL,& STATUTORY OBLIGATIONS). 2.  TO REMOVE HAZARDOUS CONDITIONS AT SITE 3 TO PROVIDE HEALTHY WORKING CONDITIONS. 4.  TO REDUCE & MINIMIZE THE ACCIDENT RATE . 5.  INCREASED PRODUCTION /PRODUCTIVITY.      

OBJECTIVES OF INDUSTRIAL SAFETY :

5 OBJECTIVES OF INDUSTRIAL SAFETY TO PROMOTE SAFETY AWARENESS AMONGST EMPLOYEES BY DEVELOPING VARIOUS DOCUMENTATION SYSTEMS THEIR IMPLEMENTATIONS IN DAY TO DAY WORKING & THUS REDUCING THE CHANCE OF ACCIDENTS AT WORK PLACE.

MAJOR HAZARDS AT WORK PLACE. :

6 MAJOR HAZARDS AT WORK PLACE. PHYSICAL  SLIP, FALLS LIFTING AND HANDLING HAZARDS OPERATION HAZARDS DISMANTLING MAINTENANCE, REPETITIVEMOTION COMMISSIONING FIRE & EXPLOSION VEHICLES INHALATION OF GASES EYE DAMAGING HAZARDS SKIN CONTACT OF CHEMICALS ELECTRIC SHOCKS  

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7 . BIOLOGICAL VIRUS, BACTERIA, FUNGI, ETC. ERGONOMIC LIFITING POSTURES REPETATIVE MOTION MONOTONY OF JOB FATIGUE.  

FACTOR ASSOCIATED WITH ACCIDENTS -      UNSAFE CONDITIONS -         UNSAFE ACTS  :

8 FACTOR ASSOCIATED WITH ACCIDENTS -      UNSAFE CONDITIONS -         UNSAFE ACTS   METHODS OF PREVENTING ACCIDENTS ELIMINATING UNSAFE CONDITIONS BY MEANS OF V SAFE GUARDING OF M/C, EQUIP. WORK SPACES V   RECTIFICATION OF DEFECTIVE CONDITIONS V   SUITABLE, SAFE DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION. V ADEQUATE & SUITABLE ILLUMINATION & VENTILATION. V   SAFE DRESS & USAGE OF PPE’S.

SAfety:

9 SAfety ELIMINATING UNSAFE ACT BY MEANS OF   V      PERSONAL ADJUSTMENT. V      SAFETY EDUCATION & TRAINING. V      PROPER SUPERVISION. V      DISCIPLINE & ENFORCEMENT V      CREATING SUSTAINING ENTHUSIASM.

Safety:

10 Safety BASIC PRINCIPALS & PHILOSOPHY OF SAFETY   1.ENGINEERING:-   SAFETY ASPECTS ARE TAKEN IN TO ACCOUNT WHILE ENGINEERING ANY PROJECTS, SO THAT INBUILT SAFETY MEASURES IS AVAILABLE FOR CONSTRUCTION /ERECTION PEOPLE. 2.EDUCATION:- EDUCATING THE WORK FORCE IN INDUSTRY THROU NEED BASED SAFETY TRAINING PROGRAMMES ETC.

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11   3. ENFORCEMENT:- IMPLEMENTING SAFETY MEASURES BY WAY OF RULES & REGULATION IN INDUSTRY.UNDER THE PROVISIONS OFSTATUTORY OBLGATIONS

FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ACCIDENTS. :

12 FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE ACCIDENTS. 1. FALL OF PERSONS FROM HEIGHT . 2. FALL OF OBJECTS. 3. STEPPING ON, STRIKING, AGAINST HIT BY MOVING OBJECTS. 4. CAUGHT IN BETWEEN THE OBJECTS. 5. OVER EXERTION OR WRONG MOVEMENT.

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13 . 6. EXPOSURE TO OR CONTACT WITH EXTREME HIGH TEMPERATURES. 7. EXPOSURE TO OR CONTACT WITH LIVE ELECTRICAL CABLES /CURRENT. 8. EXPOSURE TO OR CONTACT WITH HARMFUL SUBSTANCES INCLUDING RADIATION’S. 9. EXPLOSIONS (GAS VAPOUR).

TYPES OF ACCIDENTS :

14 TYPES OF ACCIDENTS MINOR REPORTABLE MAJOR SYSTEMS NEED TO BE IMPLEMENTED.   V      POTENTIAL HAZARD IDENTIFICATION. V      DAILY SITE VISITS & SPOT REMEDIAL ACTION. V      FORTNIGHTLY SURVEY. V      MONTHLY REVIEW BY HEAD OF PLANT. V      DAILY MORNING MEETINGS. V      ISO CERTIFICATION IN 14001,18001 & 9000.

EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION FORUM. :

15 EMPLOYEE PARTICIPATION FORUM. V      SAFETY COMMITTEE. V      SAFETY STEWARD COMMITTEE . V      SAFETY CIRCLE SCHEME V    SAFETY SUGGESTION SCHEME.

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16 . SAFETY PROMOTION SCHEME.      V DISPLAY BOARDS WITH SAFETY MESSAGES & SLOGANS . V SAFETY BULLETIN & FIRE LEAFLETS.     V SAFETY FILM SCREENING ON HAZARD AWARENESS.     V NATIONAL SAFETY DAY OBSERVANCE.     V NATIONAL FIRE DAY OBSERVANCE. V SAFETY MONTH OBSERVANCE.

COMPLIANCE OF STATUTORY NORMS. :

17 COMPLIANCE OF STATUTORY NORMS. V      REGULAR MOCK DRILLS . V      INSPECTION& TESTING OF HEAVY CRANES. V      INSPECTION OF LIFTING TOOLS/TACKLES/PRESSURE VESSELS. V      SAFETY & FIRE AUDITS. V      ROUTINE FIRE INSPECTION & UP KEEP OF FIRE STATION. V      SAFETY & FIRE INSPECTIONS BY CONSULTANT. V   THIRD PARTY SAFETY AUDITS.

  TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON SAFETY & OCCUPATION HEALTH OF INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYEES. :

18   TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON SAFETY & OCCUPATION HEALTH OF INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYEES. NEED BASED TRAINING PROGRAMMES ARE ARRANGED FOR VARIOUS LEVELS OF EMPLOYEES RELATED TO THEIR JOB REQUIREMENTS ROUND THE YEAR. V  AWARENESS PROGRAMME ON “ONSITE DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN.”

SAFETY POLICY EFFORTS TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS :

19 SAFETY POLICY EFFORTS TO PREVENT ACCIDENTS . GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITY EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITY EMPLOYER'S RESPONSIBILITY

EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES. :

20 EMPLOYEES RESPONSIBILITIES. V REPORT HAZARDS. V   OBSERVE SAFETY RULES. V   USE SAFETY TOOLS, EQUIPMENTS, SAFETY EQUIPMENTS & PROTECTIVE CLOTHING. V PARTICIPATE IN SAFETY TRAINING. V   MAKE USE OF SAFETY SUGGESTION SCHEME.

EMPLOYER’S RESPONSIBILITIES :

21 EMPLOYER’S RESPONSIBILITIES V      ENSURE SAFE EQUIPMENTS/SYSTEMS . V      PROVIDE INFORMATION FOR SAFE OPERATION OF EQUIPMENTS ,USE OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES. V      IDENTIFY ALL HAZARDS. V      PREPARE & CHECK DISASTER PLAN . V      INVOLVE WORKERS IN ENSURING SAFETY . V      PROVIDE TRAINING.

GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITIES. :

22 GOVERNMENT RESPONSIBILITIES. V PREPARE STATUTORY PROVISION ENFORCEMENT THEREOF. V      PROVIDE INFORMATION FOR HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES. V      PROMOTE & UNDER TAKE SAFETY STUDIES/ RESEARCH. V      ORGANIZE DISASTER CONTROL MEASURES-CHECK ITEM EFFICACY. V     PROMOTE / FACILITATE PARTICIPATION OF EMPLOYERS / EMPLOYEES.

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23 1 INJURIES PREVENTED IS   BENEFICATION   INJURIES COMPENSATED IS AN APOLOGY.

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24 1 IT TAKES A MINUTE TO WRITE A SAFETY RULE IT TAKES AN HOUR TO HOLD A SAFETY MEET. IT TAKES A DAY TO HAVE A SAFETY ROUND IT TAKES A WEEK TO PLAN A SAFETY PROGRAMME IT TAKES A MONTH TO PUT IT INTO ACTION IT TAKE A LIFE TIME TO MAKE A SAFE WORKER IT TAKES A SECOND TO DESTROY ALL THIS BY AN ACCIDENT REMEMBER

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25 1 THANK YOU

SAFETY MANAGEMENT:

26 SAFETY MANAGEMENT What is a Safety Management:- Compressive set of Processes Systems Procedures in place Attitudes inculcated to carry out Task Safely

Safety Management Deals with:- :

27 Safety Management Deals with:- Identification of Safety Problems Areas Defining Targets & Goals for Safety Performance To Provide Means & Methods to achieve it

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28 Why Safety Management Plays Important Role:- Fosters Excellence Through a Process of Continuous Improvement. Positive & Systematic approach Minimizes Risk & Incident occurring

Key Functions Of Safety Management:- :

29 Key Functions Of Safety Management:- Policy & Planning Goals, Priorities& Programs of Work Organizing & Communication Responsibility

Hazard Management Ensures:

30 Hazard Management Ensures Hazards are identified systematically Risks Assessed Control Measures Determination & Implementation Monitoring & Review of Safety Performance

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31 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TECHINIQUES OPERATION -POLICY & PLANNING WELL - DEFINED OBJECTIVES TARGETS MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT EDUCATION & TRAINING

SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM:

32 SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OHSAS-18001, ILO-OHS-2001- ILO GUIDE LINES OF OHSAS

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33 THANKS FOR PATIENCE LISTENING

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