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Industrial Safety

BI 605

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Text Book of Industrial Safety

Author: Tatke

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Contents

Part A
1.    Management of Safety in Industry
1.1    Introduction 
1.2     Safety as a concept 
1.3    Industrial Safety in New Millineum 
1.4    Applicable Areas  
1.5    Unsafe Conditions 
1.6    Safety Management  
1.7     Challenges to Safety Management 
1.8     Safety Management Function 
1.9     SAFETY ORGANISATION AND ADMINISTRATION 
1.10    Safety and Health Policy
1.11    Safety Objectives  
1.12    Safety Department  
1.13    Authority of Safety Function 
1.14    Safety Activities 
1.15     Propositions of Safety Management 
1.16     Management's view on cost
2.    Safety Responsibility
2.1    Introduction 
2.2    Some Safety Elements   
2.3    Safety Responsibilities  
2.4    Safety Responsibility and Accountability
2.5    Safety and Employee
2.6    Safety and the Union
2.7    Safety and Government  
2.8    Safety Specialists 
3.    Safety Officer
3.1    Safety Officer
3.2    Appointment / Qualifications of Safety Officer
3.3    Safety Officer, Conditions of Service
3.4    Duties Of Safety Officer 
3.5    Safety Committee 
3.6    Safety Committee objectives 
3.7    Safety Committee, Functions and Duties 
4.    Disaster management
4.1    Introduction
4.2    Disaster Management 
4.3    Structure  
4.4    Disaster Control Plan 
4.5    Areas for Safety Improvement  
4.6    Safety and Public awareness
4.7    Importance of Disaster COntrol Plan  
5.    Industrial Accidents and Safety
5.1    Introduction
5.2    ACCIDENTS 
5.3    Causes Of Accidents 
5.4    ACCIDENT REPORTING: Investigation and Analysis 
5.5    ACCIDENTS: Costs And Prevention 
5.6    assessment of the accident cost  
5.7    Impact of Accidents
5.8    Responsibility vis-à-vis Accidents 
5.9    Accident Prevention
6.    Legal Provisions and Safety
6.1    Introduction
6.2    The Factories Act 1948  
6.3    Duties of the Occupier
6.4    HEALTH 
6.5    SAFETY 
6.6    Safety officers
6.7    Provisions relating to hazardous processes 
6.8    Special Provisions 
6.9    PENALTIES
6.10    Other Important Points  
6.11    The maharashtra Factories Rules, 1963
6.12    Other Acts
7.    Social Security and Compensation
7.1    Employee's State Insurance Act 
7.2     The Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923 
7.3     The Public Liability Insurance Act, 1991
7.4     Fatal Accident Act, 1855
8.    Safety Instructions and Guidelines
8.1     Guidelines for Safety 
8.2     Safety Equipment
8.3     Tools and Their Uses
8.4     Machinery and Operations  
8.5     Electricity 
8.6     Guards 
8.7     Handling Trolley-Trucks  
8.8     Lifting and Stacking of Materials 
8.9     First-aid and Health  
8.10    Good House-Keeping 
8.11    Fire Protection 
8.12    Ladders 
8.13    Elevators, Hoists, Lifts, Lifting Machines, Chains, etc.  
9.    Fire
9.1    Introduction
9.2    Fire Prevention
9.3    Definition of certain terms 
9.4    House keeping 
9.5    Organizing for Fire Protection  
9.6    The Factories Act, 1948 and Fire 
9.7    Classification of fire 
9.8    Following actions need to be taken for extinguishing fire on detection 
9.9    Fire CONTROL, preparation for
9.10    Disaster control organization
9.11     'Fire Fighting'
9.12     Procedure
9.13     Explosion 
10.    Occupational Hazards, Disease and Prevention
10.1    Meaning
10.2    Occupational Hazards 
10.3    Occupational Diseases
10.4    Prevention 
11.    House Keeping
11.1    House Keeping and Accidents 
11.2    House Keeping and Accident Prevention  
12.    Safety's Auxiliary Functions
12.1     Medical Services 
12.2     Workers Compensation 
12.3     Diseases versus Injury 
12.4     Other related functions  
12.5     Plant Security
13.    Safety Movement
13.1    SAFETY AND ILO 
13.2    Constitution OF SITE APPRAISAL COMMITTEE 
14    Motivation and Training of employees for safety
14.1    Motivation and Training of employees For Safety 
14.2    National safety council 
14.3    Central Board of workers education
14.4    Loss prevention association of india
Part B
1.    Environment
1.1    Introduction
1.2     WHAT IS ENVIRONMENT?  
1.3     NATURAL ENVIRONMENT
1.4     Man made Environment  
1.5     Social Environment  
1.6    WHY WE SHOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT ENVIRONMENT?
2.    Environmental Legislation
2.1    Introduction
2.2     Need for legislation  
2.3     Existing Legislation 
2.4     THE INSECTICIDES ACT 
2.5     The Wild Life (Protection) Act  
2.6    The water (Prevention and Control Pollution) Act 
2.7    The Air (PREVENTION and Control Pollution) Act  
2.8     Preamble to the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986
2.9     THE ENVIRONMENT (PROTECTION ACT) 1986
2.10     Powers of Central Government 
2.11     LABORATORIES
2.12    FUNCTIONS OF ENVIRONMeNTAL LABORATORIES 
2.13    POWER TO TAKE SAMPLES AND PROCEDURE IN ITS CONNECTION
2.14     GOVERNMENT ANALYST
2.15     Responsibilities
2.16     Steps for Implementation of the Act  
2.17    Offences by Companies 
2.18    Penalty for Contravention of the Act 
2.19    Environment (Protection) Rules, 1986 
3.    Air Pollution
3.1    Introduction  
3.2     AIR POLLUTANTS 
4.    Air Pollution Act, 1981
4.1    Introduction
4.2    Some Definitions 
4.3    Central and State Boards 
4.4    Functions and Powers of Boards
4.5    Central Pollution Control Board 
4.6    Functions of Central Board 
4.7    Other Aspects
5.    Water Pollution
5.1    Introduction 
5.2     Types of Water Pollution 
5.3    Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 
6.    Water [PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF POLLUTION] Act, 1974
6.1    Introduction 
6.2    The Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1974 
6.3    Central Pollution Control Board
6.4    The State Pollution Control Board 
6.5    Joint Boards
6.6    Powers and Functions of Boards 
6.7    Penalties and Procedures 
6.8    Water Laboratories
6.9    Other Power of Central and State Governments
7.    Noise Pollution
7.1    Introduction 
7.2    Definition: Noise and Sound
7.3    SOurces of Noise
7.4    Measurement of Noise
7.5    Effects of Noise Pollution 
7.6    Noise-Control
7.7    Noise-Measurement Instruments 
7.8    Miscellaneous Data 
8.    Hazardous Waste Chemicals
8.1    Introduction 
8.2     WASTE CLASSIFICATION 
8.3     Waste Management
8.4     Recycling Industrial Waste
8.5     Hazardous Waste Treatment 
8.6     HAZARDOUS WASTE DISPOSAL  
8.7     HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT 
8.8     Effects of improper waste disposal 
9.    Environment And Social Awareness
9.1    Introduction 
9.2     Current Status of Awareness
9.3     Improvement of social awareness 
9.4     NON GOVERNMENT Organizations (NGO)
10.    Drawbacks Of Environmental Legislations
10.1     Drawbacks in India 
10.2     Difficulties in Enforcement 
11    Role Of Personnel Manager In Environment Management
11.1     INTRODUCTION
11.2    Role of Personnel Manager  
11.3    Duties OF PERSONNEL MANAGER 

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