Safety Engineering (English)

399.00

 Language : English
Page : 250
Book Size : A4
Cover Page : Color
Inside page : B/W
ISBN : 9788193452264
Price : 399/- INR 

Description

PREFACE

Every year thousands of Employees are made sick and getting injured or meeting with fatal accidents in industries. Industrial man-days are lost and company incurrs heavy losses due to payment of compensation besides, loss to society and country. This pose great concern to the nation.

To minimize the probability of hazards, injuries, risks and accidents, Industrial Safety Management is considered an important area for industries. Companies are spending heavily for training their work-force in the areas of industrial Safety Management. Many ITI, Institutions and collages are preparing students in the field of Industrial Safety Management.

The Industry Involves management of 4 M’s, namely MATERIAL, MAN, MACHINE AND MONEY. The Contribution of work hazards in any industries is due to four categories namely materials, equipment’s, environment and man or people. Out of all these, people contribute up-to 95% of all the work place accidents. This, has also been proved true in case of several accidents which have occurred in factories or industrial units. Therefore, the safety management in industries involving material, man, machine and Environment is to be given top-most priority. Thus, industrial safety in the context of occupational, safety and health refers to the management of all operations and event within an industries for protecting its employees and assests by minimizing hazards, risks, accidents and near misses. “The relevant laws, compliance and best practices in the industry have most of be issues addressed for the best protection possible.”

Employees are to make sure that these are strictly adhered, to have maximum safety in all the operation and events carried out in industries. This, is termed as management of industrial safety or SAFETY ENGINEERING , the title of this book.

Every year industries are spending major share in imparting education to workers, managers and supervisors. A long time need was felt to have all the areas of industrial safety management under one banner of book. The authors of the book have tried their best to find a solutions of meeting trainings needs to all industrial employees, ITI and other training institutions for safety Courses by designing practical contents covering major chapters as given below which are pillars for controlling industrial safety.

This book titled “SAFETY ENGINEERING” covers all areas required in Industrial Safety management. The book includes practical case studies in these fields. Every year industries are spending major share in imparting education to workers, managers and supervisors. A long time need was felt to have all the areas of Industrial Safety management under one banner of book. The authors of the book have tried their best to find a solutions of meeting trainings needs to all industrial employees, ITI and other training institutions for safety Courses by designing practical contents covering major chapters as given below which are pillars for controlling SAFETY ENGINEERING.

The contents will serve as a ready reckoner for imparting training to all industrial employees, all over the country where safety courses are conducted – ITI, Diploma and other Institutions. It will also serve as a guide to all line-managers for implementing safety in day to day work.

This, book titled “SAFETY ENGINEERING” includes practical case studies from industry. This, book has been written by experts in the field including one of the author who has worked for about four decades in sensitive defense explosives production areas requiring highest level of safety above all management. The author and publisher is open to suggestions for improvement of contents. Also, THE AUTHOR CAN BE CONTACTED THROUGH PUBLISHER FOR ANY ISSUES OR CONTENTS BEYOND THIS BOOK FOR IMPROVEMENT OF THEIR WORK-FORCE, WORKING IN INDUSTRY AND TEACHING AREAS.

THIS, book is recommended for practicing engineers, technocrats and other workers in meeting day to day activities of controlling and Implementing Industrial safety management on shop floor. Also, this book is suggested as a Text Book for ITI, Diploma, Collages and other Institutions for imparting Industrial safety Courses.

Wishing a safer tomorrow.

Publishes,

chetanpub@gmail.com

Detail Index

UNIT- 1:  SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM IN INDUSTRIES.

1.1.      Introduction.

1.2.      The Safety Management system in Industries-

1.3.      The role of Safety in industries.

1.4.      The Safety plan in Industries.

1.5.      The Employees participation in Industrial safety.

1.6.      The role of Government in Industrial Safety.

1.7.      Summary.

1.8.      Model examination questions

1.9.      Multiple choice questions

1.10.    Suggestive readings

1.11.    References.

 

UNIT- 2:  THE ORGANIZATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRIES.

2.1.      Introduction.

2.2.      The Organizational levels of Safety and Health Management in Industries.

2.3.      General safety rules in industries.

2.4.      The Various aspects of Industrial accidents.

2.5.      The Safety Education.

2.6.      On site and off site Emergency plan for safety in Industries.

2.7.      The Factories Act 1948.

2.8.      Summary.

2.9.      Model examination question.

2.10.    Multiple choice question.

2.11.    Suggestive reading.

2.12.    Reference.

 

UNIT- 3:  HEALTH OF THE WORKERS IN FACTORIES, THE HEALTH CLEANNESS IN THE FACTORIES,   SAFETY FENCING OF MACHINERIES, HAZARDOUS PROCESSES& WELFARE WASHING FACILITIES IN DRY CLOTHING.

3.1.      Introduction.

3.2.      Employees health In the factories.

3.3.      The Cleanliness in the Factories.

3.4.      The Safety Fencing of Machineries.

3.5.      The Health environment facility in Factories.

3.6.      The Hazardous Processes.

3.7.      The Welfare measures.

3.8.      Summary.

3.9.      Model examination question.

3.10.    Multiple choice question.

3.11.    Suggestive reading.

3.12.    Reference.

 

UNIT- 4:  SAFETY MANAGEMENT OF VITAL INDUSTRIAL PARAMETERS.

4.1.      Introduction.

4.2.      Basic requirement of Lighting system in industries.

4.3.      Selection of lamps.

4.4.      Choice of lighting fittings.

4.5.      Typical general lighting units.

4.6.      Installation planning.

4.7.      Lighting Maintenance.

4.8.      Specification of industrial ventilation systems.

4.9.      Heat Stress Management in Industries.

4.10.    Specification of Industrial Noise & Vibration Systems.

4.11.    Summary.

4.12.    Model examination question.

4.13.    Multiple choice question.

4.14.    Suggestive reading.

4.15.    Reference.

1.1.      Introduction:

 

UNIT- 5:  HAZARD AND OPERABILITY REVIEW (HAZOP), SAFETY IN CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES, HOUSE KEEPING, SAFETY QUOTES / SLOGANS.

5.1.      Introduction.

5.2.      Hazard And Operability Review (HAZOP) studies.

5.3.      Safety in Construction industries.

5.4.      House Keeping in industries.

5.5.      Safety Quotes / Slogans for industries.

5.6.      Summary.

5.7.      Model examination question.

5.8.      Multiple choice question.

5.9.      Suggestive reading.

5.10.    Reference.

 

UNIT- 6 : OCCUPATIONAL HAZARDS IN INDUSTRIES

6.1.      Introduction.

6.2.      Occupational Hazards.

6.3.      Occupational disease, Lung diseases, Skin diseases &Other diseases concern.

6.4.      Disorders due to physical agents.

6.5.      Disorders due to Mechanical Stresses, Ionizing radiation& Non ionizing radiation.

6.6.      Disorders due to infectious agents, psychological factors,chemical agents.

6.7.      Industrial diseases.

6.8.      High risk occupations.

6.9.      Prevention and control measures.

6.10.    Summary.

6.11.    Model examination question.

6.12.    Multiple choice question.

6.13.    Suggestive reading.

6.14.    Reference.

 

UNIT- 7 : WORKING HEIGHT-SAFETY REQUIREMENT

7.1.      Introduction.

7.2.      Working height- safety requirement.

7.3.      Dos and don’ts of working at height.

7.4.      Important Guidelines.

7.5.      Summary.

7.6.      Model examination question.

7.7.      Multiple choice question.

7.8.      Suggestive reading.

7.9.      Reference.

 

UNIT- 8 : FALL PROTECTION

8.1.      Introduction.

8.2.      Fall Protection Categories-Fall Arrest, Positioning, Suspension & Retrieval.

8.3.      Fall Protection Systems.

8.4.      Inspection and Maintenance.

8.5.      Summary.

8.6.      Model examination question.

8.7.      Multiple choice question.

8.8.      Suggestive reading.

8.9.      Reference.

 

UNIT- 9 : GENERAL SAFETY IN INDUSTRIES

9.1.      Introduction.

9.2.      Scaffold Safety.

9.3.      Ladder Safety.

9.4.      Working at Height.

9.5.      Work Permit Letter.

9.6.      Excavation Safety.

9.7.      Confined Space.

9.8.      Summary.

9.9.      Model examination question.

9.10.    Multiple choice question

9.11.    Suggestive reading.

9.12.    Reference.

 

UNIT- 10 : SAFE PRACTICES DURING MATERIAL HANDLING

10.1.    Introduction.

10.2.    Safety requirement during material handling.

10.3.    Manual Handling.

10.4.    Methods of Lifting and Handling of Material:-

10.5.    Accessories for Manual Handling.

10.6.    Storage and handling of specific materials,

10.7.    Handling of Dangerous Substances Chemicals.

10.8.    Summary.

10.9.    Model examination question.

10.10.  Multiple choice question.

10.11.  Suggestive reading.

10.12.  Reference.

 

UNIT- 11 : SAFETY DURING MECHANICAL HANDLING

11.1.    Introduction.

11.2.    Safety during Mechanical handling .

11.3.    Statutory Provisions.

11.4.    Indian Standards.

11.5.    Hoists & Lifts, Lifting machines, Lifting tackles.

11.6.    Industrial Trucks&Conveyors.

11.7.    Training or Operators:

11.8.    Summary.

11.9.    Model examination question.

11.10.  Multiple choice question.

11.11.  Suggestive reading.

11.12.  Reference.

 

UNIT- 12 : HOUSEKEEPING IN INDUSTRIES

12.1.    Introduction.

12.2.    Management of Housekeeping.

12.3.    Need for Overall Co-Operation.

12.4.    Safety Engineer’s Role.

12.5.    Workers Role.

12.6.    Accidents & Methods of Prevention.

12.7.    Summary.

12.8.    Model examination question.

12.9.    Multiple choice question.

12.10.  Suggestive reading.

12.11.  Reference.

 

UNIT- 13 : SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT IN INDUSTRIES

13.1.    Introduction.

13.2.    Sources of solid Waste.

13.3.    Industrial Solid Wastes.

13.4.    Types of solid waste.

13.5.    Classification of solid Wastes.

13.6.    Solid waste management and disposal methods.

13.7.    Waste disposal methods.

13.8.    Advantages and Disadvantage.

13.9.    Summary.

13.10.  Model examination question.

13.11.  Multiple choice question.

13.12.  Suggestive reading.

13.13.  Reference.

 

UNIT- 14 : SAFETY IN ENGINEERING INDUSTRIES

14.1.    Introduction.

14.2.    Safety in Engineering Industries.

14.3.    Machine Guarding.

14.4.    Statutory Requirements Fencing of Machinery.

14.5.    Work on or near machinery in motion.

14.6.    Safe Job Methods.

14.7.    Summary.

14.8.    Model examination question.

14.9.    Multiple choice question.

14.10.  Suggestive reading.

14.11.  Reference.

 

UNIT- 15 : INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE.

15.1     Introduction.

15.2     Industrial Hygiene.

15.3     Relation between OSHA and Industrial Hygiene.

15.4     Personal Protective Equipment’s.

15.5     Cautionary Sign.

15.6     Summary.

15.7     Model examination question.

15.8     Multiple choice question.

15.9     Suggestive reading.

15.10   Reference.