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Safety Training

We have designed the customized In House Safety Training as per the factory Act 1948 section 111 (A) approved by Directorate of Industrial Safety and Health, Government of Gujarat

In-house Factory Act Approved Safety Training

Permit to Work System 

Aim:  To know about best practice of PTW. It is a procedure designed to ensure that work is carried out in the safest possible way by considering the potential hazards and the appropriate precautions to eliminate or remove these hazards.

Objective:  At the end of the training the delegate will come to know:  A procedure designed to ensure that work is carried out in the safest possible way by considering the potential hazards and the appropriate precautions to eliminate or remove these hazards

Module Syllabus:

  • Importance of permit to work system
  • Roles and responsibilities of Requester, Issuing Authority, Performing Authority, Area Authority
  • Cold work & Hot Work permits
  • Work Permits and Supporting Certificates i.e. Energy Isolation,  Limitation of Access Certificate, Confined Space Entry Certificate, Excavation Certificate,
  • Tags, Flags, Isolation and Other Procedures
  • Task Risk Assessment

Aim:   THINK, PLAN & ACT IN EMERGENCY

Objective:   The major objective of the Plan is preservation of life, the protection of property and continuity of business operations. The overall objective is to ensure the effective management of emergency efforts involved in preparing for and responding to situations associated with emergencies

Module Syllabus:

  • Classification of emergencies i.e. Man made & Natural emergencies.
  • Importance of emergency planning
  • Incident Command System
  • Emergency Operations Team (EOT)
  • Emergency Response Team (ERT)
  • Emergency Notification Procedures
  • Emergency Communications
  • Emergency Tools, Equipments & Supplies
  • Evacuation Procedures
  • Response to specific types of emergencies like  Fire, Explosion, Flood, Terrorist Attack,  Hazardous Material Incidents
  • Post Disaster/ Recovery operations
  • Level of Emergency Response i.e. level 1, level 2 & level 3 emergencies
  1. Pre-emergency planning and coordination with outside parties.
  2. Personnel roles, lines of authority, and communication.
  3. Emergency recognition and prevention.

Electrical power must be removed when electrical equipment is inspected, serviced, or repaired. To ensure the safety of personnel working with the equipment, power is removed and the equipment must be locked out and tagged out.

Lockout is the process of removing the source of electrical power and installing a lock which prevents the power from being turned ON.

Tag out is the process of placing a danger tag on the source of electrical power which indicates that the equipment may not be operated until the danger tag is removed

Module Syllabus:

  • Types of Energy
  • Lockout/Tag out Procedure
  • Prepare for machinery shutdown.
  • Machinery or equipment isolation.
  • Lockout or tag out application.
  • Release of stored energy.
  • Verification of equipment Isolation
  • Removing Lockout/Tag out
  • Authorized personnel
  • Lockout/tag out kits  &Danger tags & Tag ties
  • Fundamentals of Electrical Hazards
  • Electric shock
  • Electric fire & explosion
  • Electric flash &  Electric burns
  • Do’s & Don’ts while working with Electricity

Aim: When working with compressed gases we need to know the properties of the gas, safe use procedures and what to do when things go wrong

Module Syllabus

  • Hazardous Characteristics of Natural Gas
  • Compressed Gas Safety Hazards
  • History of CNG
  • Hazardous area of CNG stations
  • Gas Cylinder Safety, Safe Working with Gas Cylinders
  • Cylinder Incident Response
  • Main causes of Accidents
  • Main Hazards
  • Introduction to Natural Gas
  • Safe use & handling of Natural gases
  • Natural Gas Properties
  • Hazards and operational tactics
  • Main causes of Natural Gas Accidents

Aim: To assist Contractors, Employers, Supervisors and Employees in establishing appropriate procedures for the Pre-Entry and Safe Execution of Entry into a Confined Space

Objective: Delegates will gain an understanding of:

  • What is a Confined Space, Examples of Confined Spaces,
  • Potential Hazards in Confined Spaces
  • Pre entry planning
  • Characteristics of a Confined Space
  • Inspection and testing
  • Hazards of confined space
  • Duties of Authorized Entrants, Attendants and Entry Supervisor of Attendant, Entrant & Supervisor
  • The Safe Work Procedure will usually consist of following three Parts
  • PRE-ENTRY PLANNING (Before entry is commenced)
  • ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (During entry and work activities)
  • RESCUE CONSIDERATIONS (Planning for emergency situations)

Practical

  • Equipment Setup
  • Hands on with Gas Detection
  • Hands on with Breathing Apparatus

Recommended Attendance:

This course is intended for workers who require a higher level of knowledge as well as up gradation of the confined space entry, rescue and working.  Course design is intended to establish as well as improve the level of understanding and knowledge, suitable to make him/her independent for taking decisions on confined space entry, rescue and working.   From this base of knowledge the candidate will be better equipped to deal with the issues of confined space.

Aim: Behavior-Based Safety is a process that helps employees identify and choose a safe behavior over an unsafe one.

Safety in the workplace is a combination of three measurable components: the person, their environment, and their behavior. Only when these three elements are combined can workplace accidents be eliminated.

Module Syllabus:

  • Basic Behavior Principles
  • The Behavior-Based Safety Process –
  • Behavioral Observation and Feedback
  • Formal Review of Observation Data
  • Improvement Goals

Results–

  • Increased efficiency
  • Increased productivity
  • Increased morale
  • Increase profitability

Objective: Main objectives are to:

  • Create a better understanding of ergonomic principles.
  • Identify symptoms and causes of discomfort.
  • Guide employees through an evaluation and adjustment of their workstation.
  • Outline exercises designed to reduce the risk of injury.

Module will cover following topics

  • Definition of Ergonomics
  • Fundamentals of Ergonomics
  • Anthropometry & Anatomy
  • Man – Machine Interaction
  • Principles of Ergonomics
  • Work procedures
    –  Hand tools
    –  Work area layout
    –  Manual materials handling
    –  Seated workstation jobs
    –  Standing workstation jobs
  • Types and causes of Injury or Illness
  • Work Related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSDs)
  • Lifting The Kinetic Method
  • Improper work posture, Awkward body posture/ Excessive reach
  • Type of Solution i.e. Workstation Design , Component Design, Tool Design, Machinery Design,
  • Productivity & Ergonomics
  • Office Ergonomics

Practical:

Various Ergo Exercise

If above training program does not meet with your requirement than please do let us know your expectation by email info@cfdsolution.com. We will prepare customized course for your company requirement.