Saturday, 12 November 2016

Industrial safety is primarily a management activity which is concerned with  Reducing  Controlling  Eliminating hazards from the industries or industrial units.

Industrial safety is primarily a management activity which is concerned with
 Reducing
 Controlling
 Eliminating hazard... Industrial causes a great loss to both the Employer & Employee, that’s it is having
importance
 Cost of compensation
 ...Cost of spoilage of materials
Cost of the damage of machinery
Cost of cost of wages payable during injury
Cost of loss... To prevent accidents in the plant by reducing the hazard to minimum.
 To eliminate accident caused work stoppage and lo...












 Two main ratios used to measure accidents are
Accident Frequency Rate (AFC)
Accident Severity Rate (ASC)
 AFC = No. o...

 Unsafe conditions
 The job itself
 Work schedules
 Psychological conditions
 Machinery & Equipment
 Unsafe Acts
 M... Safety Policy
 Safety Committee
 Safety Engineering
 Guarding of machinery
 Material handling equipment
 Safety dev... Engineering: i.e. safety at the design, equipment installation stage.
 Education: i.e. education of employees in safe p... Safety audit –
A safety audit subjects each area of a company’s activity to a systematic critical examination
with the o... Fencing of machinery
 Work on or near machinery in motion
 Employment of young persons on dangerous machines.
 Striki... Floors, stairs and means of access
 Pits, sumps openings in floors, etc.
 Excessive weights
 Protection of eyes.
 Pr...

  1. Importance of INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
  2. 2. Industrial safety is primarily a management activity which is concerned with  Reducing  Controlling  Eliminating hazards from the industries or industrial units. What is Industrial Safety? Industrial Safety Solutions
  3. 3.  Industrial causes a great loss to both the Employer & Employee, that’s it is having importance  Cost of compensation  Cost of medical-aid  Cost of training a new worker  Cost of the lost time  Cost of investigation  Cost of supervision & inspections  Cost to the Govt. in terms of factory inspectors, & public health services Significance of Industrial Safety Industrial Safety Solutions
  4. 4. Cost of spoilage of materials Cost of the damage of machinery Cost of cost of wages payable during injury Cost of loss of morale Cost of loss to the worker and his family Significance of Industrial Safety Industrial Safety Solutions
  5. 5.  To prevent accidents in the plant by reducing the hazard to minimum.  To eliminate accident caused work stoppage and lost production.  To achieve lower workmen’s compensation, insurance rates and reduce all other direct and indirect costs of accidents.  To prevent loss of life, permanent disability and the loss of income of worker by eliminating causes of accidents.  To evaluate employee’s morale by promoting safe work place and good working condition  To educate all members of the organization in continuous state of safety mindless and to make supervision competent and intensely safety minded. Objectives of Industrial Safety Industrial Safety Solutions
  6. 6.  Two main ratios used to measure accidents are Accident Frequency Rate (AFC) Accident Severity Rate (ASC)  AFC = No. of injuries * 10,00,000/ Total no. of man hours worked  ASR = no. of man day lost * 10,00,000/Total no. of man hours worked Measurement & Records of Accidents Industrial Safety Solutions
  7. 7.  Unsafe conditions  The job itself  Work schedules  Psychological conditions  Machinery & Equipment  Unsafe Acts  Miscellaneous Causes Causes of Industrial Accidents Industrial Safety Solutions
  8. 8.  Safety Policy  Safety Committee  Safety Engineering  Guarding of machinery  Material handling equipment  Safety devices  Ergonomics  Plan maintenance  General house keeping  Safety Education & Training  Role of Government Measures to ensure Industrial Safety Industrial Safety Solutions
  9. 9.  Engineering: i.e. safety at the design, equipment installation stage.  Education: i.e. education of employees in safe practices.  Enlistment: i.e. it concerns the attitude of the employees and management towards the programmed and its purpose. This necessary arose the interest of employees in accident prevention and safety consciousness.  Encouragement: i.e. to enforce adherence to safe rules and practices. Four E's of Safety Industrial Safety Solutions
  10. 10.  Safety audit – A safety audit subjects each area of a company’s activity to a systematic critical examination with the object of minimizing loss.  Safety survey- A safety survey is a detailed examination in depth of a narrower field of activity.  Safety inspection-  A routine scheduled inspection of a unit or department, which may be  carried out by someone ( may be a safety representative ) from within the unit, possibly  accompanied by the safety advisor. The inspection would check maintenance standards, Safety Inspection Procedures Industrial Safety Solutions
  11. 11.  Fencing of machinery  Work on or near machinery in motion  Employment of young persons on dangerous machines.  Striking gear and devices for cutting off power  Self-acting machines  Casing of new machinery  Prohibition of employment of women and children near cotton-openers  Hoists and lifts  Lifting machines, chains, ropes and lifting tackles  Revolving machinery  Pressure plant Safety instruments Industrial Safety Solutions
  12. 12.  Floors, stairs and means of access  Pits, sumps openings in floors, etc.  Excessive weights  Protection of eyes.  Precautions against dangerous fumes, gases  Precautions regarding the use of portable electric light.  Explosive or inflammable dust, gas, etc.  Precautions in case of fire  Power to require specifications of defective parts or tests of stability  Safety of buildings and machinery  Maintenance of buildings  Safety Officers  Power to make rules to supplement this Chapter Safety instruments Industrial Safety Solutions












No comments:

Post a Comment