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Industrial Safety Training, Industrial Safety Management, Fire and Safety, Environmental Safety.

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Posted: Nov 01, 2020
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Safety is nothing but relative freedom from risk, loss, damage, injury or fatal. In the industrial sector safety is a very precious and important aspect of an Industry or Factory, as an accident or injury free workplace environment will generate a positive morale among the employees working in hazardous situations. By recognizing all the facts as industries involving various hazards and risks, they prepare their own safety policy, safety manuals, safety procedures and safety management systems considering national laws. Industries/Factories have a separate department or section which deals specially with safety so as to create awareness and importance of Industrial safety.

By adherence to the important safety related information, rules, regulations and procedures will help to prevent

occupational accidents and injuries which result in loss and damage. A good health safety and environment in the industry will help to improve the working conditions for better health and safety for the employees and people who are involved. Industry’s management is responsible to provide a safe or acceptable level of working conditions

and individual safety. All undesired events or incidents at the workplace will have the potential to lead towards injury, fatal, loss, damage to property. such incidents are to be investigated professionally by experts or specialists in HSE, Management and process. All the hazards, sources identified during investigation are to be eliminated or replaced or risk to be reduced to an acceptable level.

These measures aren’t sufficient to care for safety. There are two more important aspects such as Health and Environment. Health Is nothing but the wellbeing of employees whereas the environment is also given equal importance and considerations. For instance, if the health of employees is not given due regards that will lead to loss of employees due to work related ill health. If Industry pollutes the environment in and around will again have the impact of the employees as well nearby locals.

Whenever an industry fails to comply with these of Safety, Health and Environment will immensely lead to accidents. When an accident occurs, the Industry will have the effects of loss such as direct cost and indirect cost.

As of in Direct cost losses to the employer/industry. compensation paid to the employees as medical expenses incurred on them. In indirect cost loss of injured personnel, Delay in productions, loss time for investigating, losing employee morale and others like effecting name and fame of the industry.

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TWG International

About Fire Safety Diploma CourseTWG International is the professional Fire and safety institutes in Hyderabad and provide guidance in getting Fire and safety course in Hyderabad. This course make a person competent by imparting knowledge and skills essential for job roles motioned below. All courses and certifications are recognized and accepted internationally.

Who needs this qualification?This qualification is aimed at people who want to build their career in occupational health and safety, Fire Fighting / Fire safety this gives solid foundation in the field of Occupational Safety and health.

Job RolesFire watch

Fire warden

Fire Marshall

Hole watch

Security & Safety supervisor

Security Supervisor

Fire Extinguishers Inspectors

Duration240 1 Year/ 120 hours 6 months / 60 hours 3months

AssessmentDescriptive / MCQ

Theory- 60%

Practical – 40%

Course ContentWHY SAFETY

1.1 Introduction to "Safety"

1.2 Definitions of terms like Health.Safety, Fire, IOSH, NEBOSH OSHA etc

1.3 Why businesses need Occupational Health and Safety

1.4 Reasons for implementing occupational Safety and health

1.5 Roles and responsibilities at various levels in managing safety

1.6 What Is Acident,Reasons to Prevent Accidents

1.7 How to Prevent Accident

1.8 The effects of Accidents on Victim, Supervisor, company and country

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH HAZARDS

2.1 Introduction to Occupational hazards

2.2 Definitions of terms like Hazard, Risk, Exposure

2.3 When does hazard pose a risk?

2.4 Risk Explained

2.4 Types of Hazards at the work Place

2.5 Physical hazards

2.6 CHEMICAL HAZARDS

2.7 BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS

2.8 Psychosocial hazards

2.9 Psychosocial hazards

2.9 MECHANICAL HAZARDS

2.10 Miscellaneous Hazards

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)

3.1 Introduction to PPE

3.2 place of PPE in Hierarchy of risk controls

3.3 Purpose of PPE

3.4 Safe Usage of PPE

3.5 Employer and Employee Responsibilities

3.7 Training

3.6 Employee Responsibilities

3.6 Eye and Face Protection

3.7 Head Protection

3.8 Hand Protection

3.9 Foot Protection

3.10 Body Protection

3.11 Hearing Protection

MANUAL MATERIAL HANDLING

4.1 Introduction to manual handling

4.2 The Spinal Column and it’s Divisions

4.3 Manual Handling explained

4.4 Types of Injuries due to manual handling

4.5 Good Handling Technique for Lifting

4.6 Principles of Safe Handling

4.7 Safe Lifting Rules

4.8 Special Precautions

4.9 Team Lifting

ELECTRICAL SAFETY

5.1 Introduction to electricity and electrical safety

5.2 Definationof terms like voltage currnt earthing

5.3 Elctrical Hazards

5.4 Safe Work Practices

5.5 Working With Energized Parts

5.6 Portable Electric Tools safety

5.7 Personal Protective Equipment

5.8 Tools and Equipment

FIRE SAFETY TRAINING

6.1 what is fire? Fire Triangle and mechanics of fire

6.2 Introduction to fire safety

6.3 THE CLASSIFICATIONS OF FIRE

6.4 IDENTIFYING THE PROPER FIRE EXTINGUISHER

6.5 USING THE FIRE EXTINGUISHER

6.6 INSPECTING A FIRE EXTINGUISHER

6.7 Basic Fire Fighting; Extinguish Small Fires

6.8 Emergency Action Plan

6.9 TRAINING REQUIREMENTS PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION

6.10 Employer and employee duties relating to fire safety

CRANE SAFETY TRAINING

7.1 Introduction to cranes, Types of cranes

7.2 Major Causes of Crane Accidents

7.3 How Do Accidents Occur?

7.4 Crane Hazards

7.5 Crane Safety

7.6 Planning Before Start-Up

7.7 Competent Person

7.8 crane Inspection

TRANSPORT SAFETY

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Transport accident causes

8.3 The Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992

8.4 Road Transport HSE - HS(G)136

8.5 INTERNAL Traffic Control Plan (ITCP)?

8.6 Driver Training

8.7 Control measures in vehicle operations

8.8 Fork Lift Trucks

8.9 External Roads

8.10 Hazards in the Work Space

8.11 Preventive Measures

8.12 Safe Operation & Maintenance of Heavy Equipment and Trucks in Work Space

8.13 Safe Procedures for Night Work

ACCIDENT, INCIDENT INVESTIGATION & REPORTING

9.1 Introduction Accident, Incident Investigation & Reporting

9.2 DEFINITION OF ACCIDENT HAZARD, RISK,SAFETY AND SAFETY ENGINEERING

9.3 CAUSES OF ACCIDENTS

9.4 What is Near miss

9.5 What to be investigate?

9.6 Accident Causes

9.7 Accident Causation Model

9.8 1. Results of the Accident (Human & Economic Aspects)

9.9 Why Investigate?

9.10 What, When & How to Investigate

9.11 The Investigator’s Qualifications

9.12 Reporting

9.13 Resources

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