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PCFSM

ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY AND SECURITY MANAGEMENT (FF)

Course from:
MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION (49, Kherwadi, Aliyawer Jung Marg, Mumbai – 400 051)

Duration

One Year

Type

Full Time

Eligibility:

Diploma In Engineering Or Technology of MSBTE Or its Equivalent or Degree in Engineering or Technology Or Any Science Graduate Or Any Graduate with 40 % Marks.

Justification: Any Diploma / Any Graduate:

As the syllabus also contains topics from Industrial Safety & Security Management, hence the person working with these qualification will be mostly placed at office job or at administrative job where he will have to take care of administration of Industrial Safety, Fire Safety and Security Management as most semi medium organization keep this three department under one head so as to reduced overhead expenses. Therefore for eligibility to this course under the head “any diploma / any graduate” is justified for eligibility

Subjects

There are total 9 subjects/practical’s that you have to study/ perform in one year Different subjects related to industrial Safety and security management are as follows. 

Subjects Title Theory/Practical
Fire Service Equipment And Appliances
Theory
Security Management
Theory
Security Acts And Laws
Theory
Industrial Safety Management
Theory
Industrial Safety Acts & Laws
Theory
Project Works
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Practical – I Fire Fighting Drills
Practical – II Fire Service Equipment
Practical – III Rescue Technique

Subject Name: Security Acts & Laws

Reference Book:

  • Criminal Procedure Code
  • Indian Penal Code
  • Evidence Act
  • Indian Official Secret Act 1923
  • Crime Investigation

Syllabus

Chapter Content
1

Crime
1.1 Types of Crime.
1.2 Crime investigation.
1.3 Investigator’s quality.
1.4 Interrogation.
1.5 Scientific Aids of Investigation.
1.6 Finger Prints.
1.7 Forensic Laboratory.
1.8 Viscera

2

Identification 2.1 Identification of person.
2.2 Identification Parade.
2.3 Observation.
2.4 Intelligence.
2.5 Counter Intelligence.
2.6 Investigating agencies.
2.7 Espionage.
2.8 Espionage net

3

Spies
3.1 Types of Spies.
3.2 Description of persons- age, sex, weight, and height.

4

Scenes

4.1 Scenes of incidents-mapping, sketch.
4.2 Reports.
4.3 Making reports.
4.4 Search.
4.5 Types of search.
4.6 Raids.
4.7 Raid operation.
4.8 Raid Commander and subordinates.
4.9 Cardons.
4.10 Surveillance.
4.11 Vigilance.

5

Rules, Regulations related to Security
5.1 Cr. PC
5.2 IPC 5.3 Evidence
5.4 Hearsay Evidence
5.5 Evidence Act
5.6 IOS Act 1923.

Subject Name: Industrial Safety Management

Reference Book:

  • National Safety Council Hand book for accident prevention
  • National Safety Council Journal “ Chronical”
  • National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) Industrial Hazard Manual
  • Factory Act Manual
  • Industrial Safety Audit Procedure As per BSI

Syllabus

Chapter Content
1

Introduction
Management: Concept, definition, nature and importance evolution of
management thoughts and principles, Role and functions of a manager,
elements of management, functions
Management Principles: General principles of Management, managerial
role authority, responsibility and power, span of management, Delegation
and decentralization of authority
Industrial Safety: Role of Management in Industrial Safety, Safety
Management – Principals and practices.

2

Principles of Accident Prevention
Definitions: Incident, accident, injury, and dangerous occurrences, unsafe
acts unsafe conditions hazards (error, oversight, mistake) near miss
incident frequency and security rate.
Accident: Theories/models of accident occurrences, principles of accident
prevention.

3

Planning for safety
Planning: Definition, purpose, nature, scope and procedure, range of
planning, variety of plans, strategic planning and process of
implementation, Management by objectives and its role in safety, policy
formulation.
Analysis of accident data with respect to various parameters accident
investigation, remedial measures, implementation of remedial measures,
why analysis for accident investigation.

4

Organizational Behavior and Safety
Human factors contributing to accidents
Human behavior: Individual differences, behavior as function of self
and situation, perception of danger and acceptance of risks, knowledge and
responsibility Vis-à-vis safety performance theories of motivation and
their application of safety role of department in motivation.
Conflict and Frustration: Identification of situations leading to conflict and
frustration and techniques of management.

5

Organizing for Safety
Organizing: Definition, need, nature and principles
Organizing of Safety: Organization structure and safety department
Safety Committee: Structure and functions, line and staff functions for
safety

6

Directing for Safety
Direction: Definition, process, principles and techniques
Leadership: Role, functions and attributes of a leader , leadership styles in
safety management
Communication: Purpose, process, types and channels, essential rules for
communication, two-way communication, barriers in communication,
essentials of effective communication, communication and group –
dynamics

7

Safety Education and Training
Training for Safety: Element of training, cycle, assessment of needs ,
techniques of training, design and development of training programme,
training methods and strategies (types of training, evaluation and review of
training programme)

8

Employee Participation in Safety
Employee Participation: Purpose, areas of participation, methods role of
trade union in safety and health.
Safety, Promotion and Publicity: Safety suggestion schemes, safety
competitions, safety incentive scheme audiovisual publicity, and other
promotional methods

9

Safety Audit Statutory requirement Internal, External
Economics of Safety
Cost of accidents: Financial costs to individual and family organisation,
society completion procedure, utility and limitations of cost data,
budgeting for safety
Management Information System for safety : Sources of information on
safety, health and accidents, compilation and collation of information,
analysis and use of modern methods of programming, storing and
retrieval of MIS for safety health and environment.

Subject Name: Industrial Safety Acts & Laws

Reference Book:

  • Factory Act 1948
  • Recommendation Hand Book of ILO
  • Compassion Act as per IPC
  • Instruction Format For ISO 15
  • Petroleum Act 1939.

Syllabus

Chapter Content
1

The Factories Act, 1948 and the Factories Rules: History of the Factories
Act, Provisions under the Factories Act and Rules made there under with
amendments, case laws under the Factories Act

2

ILO Convent and Recommendation: Role of ILO, relevant conventions
and recommendations in the furtherance of safety, health and welfare

3

Social Security – Legislation: Workmen’s Compensation Act and rules,
ESI Act and Rules, contract Labour (Abolition and regulation) At,
employee’s liability Act.

4

Industrial Laws
Other Important Legislation: Indian Boilers Act and Regulations, Indian
Electricity Act and Rules, Indian Explosives Act and Rules, Petroleum Act
and Rules, Gas Cylinders Rules, Calcium Carbide Rules, Radiation
Protection Rules, Hazardous Material Transportation Rules, Static and
Mobile(Unfires) pleasure vessel Rules, The Dock Workers (Safety, Health
and Welfare) Act and rules , and regulations, The Building and other
Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of
service) Ordinance , 1995, Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution )
Act and Rules, Air (Prevention and control of pollution) Act and Rules,
Motor Vehicles Act and Transport of Rules, Environment Protection Act
and rules, MSIHC Rules, Public Liability Insurance Act, Child Labour
(Prohibition and regulation) Act and Rules.

5

Storage of Petroleum Products: Introduction of New License for Storage of
solvent from district Administration

6

Safety in Construction Industries: introduction of ISO: 9000/14000/18000,
OSHA, EMS (Environmental Management System)

Subject Name: Industrial Safety Acts & Laws

Reference Book:

  • Project work on “On Site Emergency Plan a Chemical / Explosive / Steel Industry”
  • Project work on study of fire hazards associated in Industrial process / activities and safety
    precautions taken for these hazards.
  • Project work on security arrangements of Red Alert
  • Project work on security arrangements of Mob Controlling
  • Project work on installation, servicing and maintenance of portable fire extinguisher installed in
    Industry.
  • Project work on safety and security arrangements of Railway Station.
  • Project work on fire fighting equipment provided in an Industrial fire station.
  • Project work on safety arrangements in a Power Plant.
  • Fire Safety for storage of hazardous goods in Industry.
  • Project work on any one type of fire tender used in Industry.
  • Project work on safety arrangements in Explosive Plant / Storage.
  • Project work on fire safety arrangements in High rise Building.

Check the Topics/Syllabus of Practical –I (Fire Fighting Drills)