Industrial Safety Programs abhisheq.bhagria June 21, 2022

Industrial Safety Programs


Safety Assessment & Management System is a term used to refer to a comprehensive business management system designed to assess & manage safety elements in the workplace. It is a systematic, explicit and comprehensive process for managing safety risks. As with all management systems, a safety management system provides for goal setting, planning, and measuring performance. It becomes part of the culture; the way people do their jobs.

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The risks for occupational accidents and diseases at work have to be managed by the employers and workers who are facing with them. In order to ensure effective action, it is essential to establish occupational safety and health (OSH) management systems at all workplaces for continual improvement of working environment and preventive measures. The ILO guidelines on occupational safety and health management systems provide guidance for action at the national and enterprise levels. An effective OHS Management System can help to establish the framework of compliance with the two fundamental elements of most OHS legislation:
That employers provide and maintain a working environment that is safe and without risk
That employees take reasonable care for the health and safety of themselves and others
We consult our clients in establishing an OH&S management system to eliminate or minimise risk to employees and other interested parties who may be exposed to such risks associated with its activities. We provide guidance in implementing, maintaining and continually improving an OH&S management system and help our customer in seeking certification/registration of its OH&S management system. This helps our customers in making a self-determination and declaration of conformance with this OHSAS specification.

Hazard Identification is a process used to identify all the possible situations in the workplace where people may be exposed to injury, illness or disease. Considering various types of hazards that may exist in the workplace, it is mandatory for organizations to identify & assess the types of hazards in the particular environment through incident reports, statistics, inspections & safety surveys. Having done that a Risk Assessment Process is used to determine the likelihood of such incidents or occurrences to recur in future and also identify the steps taken to avoid such a recurrence. We assist our customers in applying methodologies for Hazard identification & Risk Assessment in their organizations or workplaces such as machine workshops, laboratories, office areas, stores & transport, teaching spaces. We help in documenting the identified hazards and controls into an Action Plan and train managers & supervisors to be responsible for actioning the controls. Then perform a review of the systems in place and their effectiveness evaluation on a regular basis. This is required so that in case there is a change in the level of risk of any process involved or change in a process at the workplace.

Education is key to safety in the workplace. Having some type of training initiative going at all times throughout the year will increase awareness by putting safety in the forefront of workers’ minds. Provide workers with refresher courses that they can use in their everyday work. Industrial safety refers to the management of all operations and events within an industry in order to protect its employees and assets by minimizing hazards, risks, accidents, and near misses.
  1. We conduct training programs for safety management of all types of industry
  2. We conduct third party review and audit of the worksite’s safety.
  3. We look to improve your worksite safety and environmental health.
  4. We have a program to promote health and safety initiatives for employees
  5. We have a program for plant controls and safety initiatives for industrial facilities.
    • We conduct training programs for safety management of all types of industry
    • We conduct third party review and audit of the worksite’s safety.
    • We look to improve your worksite safety and environmental health.
    • We have a program to promote health and safety initiatives for employees
    • We have a program for plant controls and safety initiatives for industrial facilities.

A Hazard and Operability Study (HAZOP) is a method of assessing and evaluating potential hazards to employees or equipment for companies in the process industry. It is a qualitative risk assessment technique that provides executives and management with information in order to make decisions to improve safety. This involves investigating each element of a process to identify all of the ways in which parameters can deviate from the intended design conditions and create hazards or operability problems. A Hazop Study may be a one-time study of limited duration, or it may be ongoing, not having a specific end date. Study results should be released as action items as they are identified. We offer a proven track record of helping our clients successfully mitigate risks so they can achieve their business goals. We facilitate your HAZOP study in a three-step manner. We will first review the respective process safety information along with the scope and objectives of the project. This is followed by a series of onsite meetings where the facilitator guides the team to identify the hazards associated and assists them in analyzing these scenarios further. After the meetings, the facilitator provides a report that includes all the findings and recommendations of this study.Our training can help you become a leader in your organization and conduct better HAZOPs.

A successful journey is measured by the lack of any accidental loss or delay due to a vehicular event. Each journey/trip or trip type should be assessed for risk exposures. Controls should be identified that are commensurate and appropriate for the exposures identified. This review may be done periodically and geographically for an area determined to be a stable driving environment, e.g. low risk urban area, or it may be route specific, comprehensive and completed immediately prior to the trip. Point values should be assessed based on assessment of comparative risk for the operating environment. All journeys should be subject to management approval. We provide training to the fleet management team as well as the drivers for:
  1. Safe driving practices should be actively encouraged at all times.
  2. Applying risk management principles to potential fatigue related driving risks.
  3. Taking of regular and adequate rest breaks during a long motor vehicle journey is of fundamental importance in avoiding driver fatigue.
  4. Calculating & adhering to the distance which can be reasonably covered during a day of driving will be governed by the type of vehicle that is used, the type of terrain involved, the road, weather and traffic conditions, the prevailing speed limits and the maximum time that should be spent driving
  5. How long an employee will have been on duty prior to commencing driving and of the duration of any work duties at the end of the journey
  6. The time at which the journey is to be undertaken, the duration of the journey and the distance to be covered. The timing of the journey should not interrupt normal sleep patterns wherever practicable & the avoidance of any unusual accident risks during the journey; (eg frost, fire, flood, storm, cyclone)