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Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript Slide 1: 1 Safety awareness Presented by RAJESH SAMKARIA (SAFETY OFFICER) AMTEK INDIA LIMITED BHIWADI (RAJ) Mob- 08094020247Slide 2: 2 About 1,00,000 People die each year from job injuries only. DO YOU KNOW !Slide 3: 3 In India Nearly 4,00,000 employees are victims of Industrial accidents / year & at least 650 of these accidents are fatal.Slide 4: 4 SAFETY Free from dangerSlide 5: 5 SAFETY Things Under ControlSlide 6: 6 SAFETY Control of Accidental lossWhy safety is required? ???: Why safety is required? ??? 7 Industrial Production depends on the following factors: - Men Material Machines Environment For efficient production, all the above factors should not have any interruption.Slide 8: 8 Hazards at the work place Moving parts of machinery Suspended load Working platform without railing Flying chips Slippery floor Gases and chemicals Electrical appliances/Systems Hand tools Self acting machines Objects lying in the passageway High level sound Working at height Hot works Material MovementSlide 9: 9 Accident An undesired and unexpected event which may or may not cause injury or property damage. Accident don’t happen but they are caused.Slide 10: 10 Causes of accidents Unsafe Act - 88 % Unsafe Condition - 10 % Non preventable / God’s act - 2 % Thus 98% accidents are preventableSlide 11: 11 Unsafe Acts Operating without authority Bypassing safety devices Operating at unsafe speed Using wrong tool / equipment Unsafe Placing Unsafe Loading Taking unsafe position or posture Working on dangerous or moving equipment Not using PPE Horse playing at work place etc.Slide 12: 12Slide 13: 13Slide 14: 14Slide 15: 15Slide 16: 16 Unsafe Conditions Unguarded or inadequately guarded machines / equipments. Defective conditions of m/ c’s , equipments, tools etc. Unsafe methods of storing, piling etc. Inadequate or incorrect Illumination. Inadequate Ventilation. Improper House Keeping-things not at their proper places. Unsafe design or construction of machines and equipment etc.Slide 17: 17Slide 18: 18Slide 19: Body Part Example of PPE Example of hazard/ hazardous condition Head hard hat Falling object from height Face face shield Impact from flying wood chips Eyes safety glasses Liquid chemical splash Body (torso) leather apron Burn from molten metal work Arms, hands puncture-resistant metal mesh gloves Cut from shellfish processing Legs, feet knee guards Awkward posture, pressure from carpet laying body harness/personal fall protection system Work at height Ears ear plugs Loud noise from machinery Lungs face mask with cartridge Vapors from cleaning with solvent 19 Personnel Protective Appliance (PPE)Slide 20: 20 Eye Protection Eye and Face Protection Welding SafetySlide 21: 21 Hand Protection Hearing ProtectionSlide 22: 22 Head Protection Respiratory ProtectionSlide 23: 23 Leather Gloves Welding Cutting Grinding Nitrile Gloves Chemicals Handling Hand ProtectionSlide 24: 24 Rubber Gloves Electrical Heat Resistant Gloves Butt WeldingSlide 25: Leg & Foot Protection 25Slide 26: Body Protection 26 Fall ProtectionClassification of Incidents/Accidents in our Industry: Classification of Incidents/Accidents in our Industry Near Miss Minor Incidents Major Accidents 27Near Miss: Near Miss Any event which differs from normal conditions (deviation) and which could have caused injury are called Near Miss. 28 Minor Incident Minor or casual or lower in significance or nature. Major Accident A sudden occurrence leading to serious danger or serious harm to persons like a loss of finger and arm etc.,Slide 29: 29Mechanical Safety: Mechanical Safety 30 Major Causes of Machine Accidents Unauthorized persons doing maintenance or using the machines. Missing or loose machine guards. No proper training in operation of machinery.Slide 31: 31 Where Mechanical Hazards Occur? Point of operation All parts of the machine which move, such as: Flywheels, pulleys, belts, couplings, chains, cranks, gears, etc. Feed mechanisms and auxiliary parts of the machine. In-running nip pointsSlide 32: 32 Point of Operation That point where work is performed on the material, such as cutting, shaping, boring, or forming. Pay More AttentionSlide 33: 33 Rotating Parts Pay More AttentionSlide 34: 34 In- Running Nip Points Rotating cylinders Chain and sprocket Rack and pinion Belt and pulleySlide 35: 35 Rules for working in FLT Movement Area Never walk under raised load of Forklift. Stop and look both ways at intersections. Stay clear when forklift is backing and turning. Watch out so you don’t trip on the lowered forks of a stopped forklift. Pay attention to what’s going on around you at all times. Listen for horns and look for flashing lights. Never hitch a ride on a forklift.Slide 36: 36 Working around Cranes Stay out from Under: Stay out from under suspended hooks and loads. There's always a chance that during a lift, the load could shift and fall. You are not safe when not seen: The crane operator may not see you. He's concentrating on moving his crane into position or swinging his load. Think of the swing area of the crane as "no- man's land." And stay out. The crane will have no sympathy if you get in the way.Slide 37: 37 Safe Lifting DANGER! My back is at risk!Slide 38: 38Slide 39: 39 Employee Responsibilities Assess Potential Hazards Before you start any job, assess the real and potential hazards associated with that job. Follow All Warnings and Precautions Take time to read any and all warnings and precautions that may appear on tools, equipment, chemicals, MSDSs, and personal protective equipment. Listen and Follow Directions Listen and follow the directions that you may be given by your supervisor or safety manager. They want you to return home today, and everyday, safe and sound to your family and friends. Report Report any and all unsafe conditions you may find in your work area to your supervisor or safety manager.Slide 40: 40 Thank You Any Question? Rajesh Samkaria Safety officer You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.