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Part-1: Worldwide Development in HSEPerformance, Management &Regulations- IEA’ s Guidelines
DR. RAM S. HAMSAGAR
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Environmental & Health Safety Impacts,3.
HSE-Models & Integration with Business,4.
Safety Performance Standards,5.
Health Safety Guidelines,6.
Integrated Environment, Safety & Health,Management System-Integrated ISO-14001, 2004 and OHSAS-18001, 2007,7.
Environment, Safety & Health (ES&H) Policy and Principles: Coveredunder ISO-14001, OHSAS-18001 and Factories Act and Rules,8.
Global Energy Management,9.
Project work: Industrial Hygiene Index.1. HSE-Challengesi.
Health, safety and Environment is a subject of Global concern,
Nature Vs. Human activities: nature has no ultimate waste, Nature is full of cycles,
Nature is a system of infinite life technologies where there is totalinterdependence, harmony and balance,
The first Law of nature is no ultimate waste,
All human activities end up with wastes,
The main HSE-Challenge is how we can respect the laws of Nature and blendand harmonize with nature.
Each specific HSE-Challenge has to address this basic need to blend andharmonize with Nature.
The Fundamental Laws of Nature:
Nature is a system of infinite “Technologies” producing infinite range of complexproducts in life systems where there in neither a single waste product nor any dead endproduct for which no use exists! Everything proceeds in cycles. There is the primaryOxygen-Carbon dioxide cycle that keeps plant and animal life going perpetually. There is