Strategic Development of Organisation for Choices Safety Policy safety Evaluation of Implementing Analysis of causes Effectiveness the Policy of Accidents
1.Strategic Level of Protection Choices Formal or Informal Proactive or reactive Safety of workers as a Marketing Tool Emergency
2.Development of safety policy The safety of the employees and the public Safety will take precedence over expediency Every effort will be made to involve all managers, supervisors,Safety legislation will be complied with, in the spirit as well as the letter of the law
3.Analysis of Causes of Accidents Human Failure Machine failure
4. Implementing the PolicyProcedures for reporting accidentsArrangement for instructing workers about safetyGood House keeping requirementsGeneral rules on safe working habitsSafety inspectionsSuggestions on safety matters
6.Evaluation of Effectiveness Organic Methods Systematic
REASONS FOR UNSAFEACT A BSENT MINDNESS C ARELESSNE SS C ASUAL APPROACH I NDISCIPLIN E D ANGEROUS ACT E XPERIMEN T NO KNOWLEDGE T IREDNES S
December 3, 1984, 40 tonnes of a deadly toxic gas called methyl isocyanate leaked from a pesticide plant in Bhopal. Twenty seven years later, the Supreme Court is all set to pronounce its verdict on who is responsible. The fatal gas leak claimed around 3,500 lives, according to government estimates, while rights activists have claimed that 25,000 people have died so far. In the trial of one of the worlds most horrific industrial disasters, a total of 178 prosecution witnesses were examined and 3,008 documents were produced, while eight defence witnesses deposed in the court.
The Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health (DISH) reports that between 2008 and 2010, 130 workers died in factory floor mishaps — the rest presumably died on real estate plots, under bridges and inside ditches.
At least three contractual workers were killed and two others severely injured in two explosions at an Ankleshwar-based chemical dye manufacturing unit
The explosions took place at Shivam Chemicals and Alum, which manufactures Zinc Sulphate. The entire unit has been damaged in the explosion The Department of Gujarat Industrial Safety and Health said that the accident was caused by the presence of foreign bodies in the manufacturing process.
38 killed in Sivakasi cracker unit blast The core issue here is the safety of factories and the factory workers. The factory which was gutted in the accident flouted all safety norms including the number of persons allowed to work at one time.
There are 118 Major Accident Hazard (MAH)factories in Tamil Nadu
There are 5 Chemical Industrial Belts in the State.
Typical MAH Units in Manali – Ennore Chemical Belt
Factories Inspectors conduct a One day Training Program on Industrial safety every month for Plant Operators and Supervisors in factories, as part of their field level activities. Factories Inspectorate regularly conducts Safety Seminars