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Industrial Safety ( 1 Year )

Enrolled: 500 students
Lectures: 255

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Diploma in Industrial safety

Course Code:

EAS103

Duration:

6 Month

Eligibility:

10th or 12th in any stream or Equivalent

Career Opportunities:

If you have done Fire Engineering and Safety Management Qualification, There are wide opportunities, you can become:

Fire Engineering

  • FIREMAN
  • LEADING FIREMAN
  • DRIVER Cum FIRE
  • OPERATOR
  • SUB OFFICER
  • DIVISIONAL FIRE
  • OFFICER
  • DY. CHIEF FIRE
  • OFFICER
  • CHIEF FIRE OFFICER

Safety Management

  • SAFETY (STEWARD)
  • SAFETY ASSISTANT
  • SAFETY SUPERVISOR
  • SAFETY OFFICER
  • SAFETY MANAGER
  • SAFET DEPT IN CHARGE
  • SAFETY EXECUTIVE

Career Opportunities:

Life is packed with risks and uncertainty. In any phase of commercial operation, an oversized variety of human and artificial capital is used. Large industrial hands have a direct impact on economic activities, and the public are often normally implicitly influenced by commercial results. In this context, economic workers and the general public are inevitably at risk from any industrial mishap or acc. Industrial factors are of assorted categories; related output and home-bound repair.

Production related Industries

  • Chemical Plants
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Food Processing
  • Thermal Power Based Units
  • Heavy Machinery Producing Capital Goods Industries
  • Textiles
  • Paper Industry
  • Cement
  • Oil Refineries
  • Electrical Equipment’s Manufacturing
  • Petrochemical
  • Automobiles etc.

Service Industries

  • Transportation
  • Tourism
  • Packaging
  • Logistics
  • Banking
  • Insurance and Financial services 
  • Malls
  • MNC
  • and many more

The Diploma in Industrial Safety is perhaps a curriculum implemented by the PCFSM. The main objective of this program is to enhance evidence, skills and understanding among scholars in the field of commercial protection, health and the environment. Certification in the area of industrial safety aims at reducing the potential for hazards, casualties and incidents by incorporating risk control strategies and safety management operations, improving the quality of employees’ welfare, maintaining conformity with operating processes and strengthening the safety mechanisms of trade in general. With the increase in natural disasters in and around our world, the value of the preservation of human resources, protection of the environment and conservation of current properties of a trade is rising, resulting in growing relation of skills in Industrial Safety.

Students will find themselves engrossed with new logical thinking skills, resulting in a deeper outlook on their everyday practice. Course materials draw on the skills learned in the CHSEP program across six core courses and two electives. This training would provide students with the skills they need to create, introduce and analyze OHS programs and processes in the workplace.

The program Diploma in Industrial safety has a constant intake; however, each course within the program has unique start and end dates. The length of the curriculum can vary depending on the availability of specific courses. Full-time students can finish the program within 52 weeks, and part-time or informal students can complete the program as time and finance allows

SEM - I ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE

  • Environment- Introduction
  • Environmental Hazards- Introduction
  • Degradation of Environment-Introduction
  • Controlling Environment Pollution- Introduction

SEM - I ENVIRONMENT REGULATION & LAWS

  • Environment control Regulation in India-Central pollution control board
  • Legal Procedure for Environment Safeguard-Key Environment Legislation
  • ISO- 14000- Introduction
  • ISO-14001-Introduction
  • OHSAS – 18001-Introduction

SEM - I INDUSTRIAL POLLUTION CONTROL

  • POLLUTION-Introduction
  • TYPES OF POLLUTION-Air pollution
  • PROCESS OF POLLUTION-Ways to control pollution

SEM - I INDUSTRIAL HEALTH SAFETY MANAGEMENT

  • IMPORTANCE INGREDIENT OF HEALTH-Introduction
  • WORKING OF BODY ORGANS-Body organs working
  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH-Introduction
  • EFFECT OF DUST-Dust
  • NOISE IN INDUSTRY-Introduction
  • HEAT TRESS-Introduction
  • OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH CENTER-Need of O.H.C.

SEM - II INDUSTRIAL HEALTH SAFETY MANAGEMENT

  • Introduction
  • Role of Govt., Management, Workers, and Trade Union-Introduction
  • Appointment, Qualification, and Duties of safety officer-Introduction
  • Safety Committee-Introduction
  • Motivating Employees for safety-Introduction
  • Employees Training in safety-Introduction
  • Disaster Management-Introduction

SEM - II INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT LOSS & CONTROL MANAGEMENT

  • Accidents-Introduction
  • Cost of Accidents-Introduction
  • Accident Reporting, Analysis, Investigation, and prevention- Introduction
  • Electrical safety management-Introduction
  • Safety Terminology-Introduction
  • Personal Protective Equipment’s-Need of PPE’s
  • Safety in Construction Work-Introduction

SEM - II INDUSTRIAL LEGAL PROVISION HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • THE FACTORY ACT 1948-Introduction
  • The Factory Act (Amendment) 1987-Introduction
  • The Mines Act, 1952-Objective
  • The Maharashtra Factories Rule 1963-Introduction
  • The Maharashtra Safety Officer (Duties, Qualification, and Condition) Rule
  • Workman’s Compensation Act, 1923-Introduction
  • The Employee’s State Insurance Act, 1948-Introduction
  • The Public Liability Act, 1991-Introduction
  • The Environment (Protection Act) 1986-Introduction
  • National Safety Council: Objective, Formation, Function-Introduction

SEM - II INDUSTRIAL FIRE – SAFETY MANAGEMENT

  • Fire Prevention and Fighting-Introduction
  • Loss Prevention Association of India Ltd. (LPA)-Introduction

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