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CURRICULUM FOR ADVANCE DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY (IT)


DURATION: ONE YEAR PATTERN: FULL TIME - YEARLY
ELIGIBILITY: B.Sc. In Physics / Chemistry / Agriculture / Horticulture / B.Sc. In Life Sciences or its Equivalent from a recognized statutory University/ Board or Degree / Diploma in Engineering, Technology with 2 Years experience in Manufacturing maintenance or safety department of a factory OR Two Years Experience in Research, Training Education, Constancy in Safety OR Two Years experience in enforcement of Legislation pertaining to safety.
(To be implemented from the Academic Year 2009 2010)

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MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION. MUMBAI


(AUTONOMOUS) ISO 9001-2000 Certified 49, Kherwadi, Aliyawer Jung Marg, Mumbai 400 051

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MAHARASHTRA STATE BOARD OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION, MUMBAI E Scheme TEACHING AND EXAMINATION SCHEME COURSE NAME : ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY COURSE CODE : IT DURATION OF COURSE: ONE YEAR WITH EFFECT FROM 2009 - 10 YEAR : FIRST DURATION : 32 WEEKS PATTERN : FULL TIME - YEARLY SCHEME : E TEACHING EXAMINATION SCHEME SCHEME SR. Abbrevi SUB SUBJECT TITLE NO. ation CODE PAPER TH (1) PR (4) OR (8) TH TU PR HRS MAX MIN MAX MIN MAX MIN Safety, Health and 1 SEM 13360 3 --3 100 50 ----Environmental Management 2 Safety Engineering - I SEE 13361 3 -2 3 100 50 --50# 25 3 Safety Engineering - II SEG 13362 3 --3 100 50 ----Quality Control in Occupational 4 QCS 13363 3 --3 100 50 ----Safety, Health and Environment Safety, Health and 5 SEL 13364 3 --3 100 50 ----Environmental Legislation Industrial Hygiene and 6 IHH 13365 3 -2 3 100 50 --50# 25 Occupational Health 7 Safety in Chemical Industry SCI 13366 3 --3 100 50 ----Elective Subject (Any One) 8 Safety in Engineering Industry SEI 13367 3 --3 100 50 ----8 Safety in Textile Industry STI 13368 3 --3 100 50 ----8 Safety in Docks SFD 13369 3 --3 100 50 ----8 Safety in Construction industry SFC 13370 3 --3 100 50 ----Advanced Safety Management 8 ASF 13371 3 --3 100 50 ----and Engineering 8 Environmental Management EMN 13372 3 --3 100 50 ----8 Applied Ergonomics AER 13373 3 --3 100 50 ----9 Project PRO 13351 --4 -----50# 25 Total 24 -08 -800 ---150 -w. e. f Academic Year 2009-10

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STUDENT CONTACT HOURS PER WEEK (FORMAL TEACHING): 32 HRS. THEORY & PRACTICAL PERIODS OF 60 MINUTES EACH. @ Internal Assessment, # External Assessment, Common to All Conventional Diploma, #* Online Examination, No Theory Examination. TOTAL MARKS : 1100 Abbreviations: TH-Theory, TU- Tutorial, PR-Practical, OR-Oral, TW- Termwork, SW- Sessional Work Conduct two class tests each of 25 marks for each theory subject. Sum of the total test marks of all subjects is to be converted out of 100 marks as sessional work (SW). Progressive evaluation is to be done by subject teacher as per the prevailing curriculum implementation and assessment norms. Code number for TH, PR, OR and TW are to be given as suffix 1, 4, 8, 9 respectively to the subject code.
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ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY 1.0 INTRODUCTION Education is an arrangement with objectives of learning and development. Curriculum development is scientific process. It is guided by the needs of the systems of users. The needs, expectations and aspirations of stakeholders/ clients in the technician education system must be reflected in the curriculum. All academic activities are to be followed as per the curriculum. Design, development and implementation of the academic curriculum must be done with utmost care for its effect and effectiveness. The design, review or revision of curriculum should be based on scientific principles of theories of educational /technology. Since 1995-96 the process of curriculum development has been designed to make curriculum development on strong base of scientific principles backed by hard data and authentic information rather than course committee approach. There are four domains of development to execute process of curriculum development: 1. 2. 3. 4. Personal development domain Social development domain Learning skills domain Professional skills domain

1.1 ACTIONS : 1] To constitute a Core Group to provide necessary guidance to the process and professionals in the area of Occupational Safety, Health and Environment (SHE). To create a wider platform for involvement of the experts from industries and faculty members, in the process of curriculum development and to be motivated through search conference and field experience. To identify some polytechnics as Project Institutions and Associate institutes for conducting workshop for necessary guidance on curriculum development and to execute process of curriculum development . The guidance is provided by Core Group Members. To form Subject Groups from experienced faculty members, professionals and experts to take responsibility to develop suitable curriculum to meet the latest development in the area of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE). To establish The Project Office in MSBTE to coordinate all activities regarding curriculum development and development of learning resources . The Project office has undertaken the following Curriculum Development

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Projects at present : 1) Curriculum Development Project for Phase- I for 22 specialised Post / Advanced / Diploma courses.

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3) Curriculum Development Project for five specialised courses through Industry Participation. 4) Curriculum Development Project for Generic Skills. 2.0 APPROACH TO DESIGN OF REVISED CURRICULUM : The revised curriculum has been designed on scientific principles of curriculum development to meet the needs of the latest development in the specialised field of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE).This approach is firmed up with meeting with Management and other Experts in the field, examination of documents, reports etc., Visit to the field to confirm the data collected through Documents and Management. Interview with the Select Target Groups, Safety Officers, Management, Safety Committee Members, Enforcement Authorities and others. The steps of curriculum development are in following logical sequence 2.1 Conducting Search Conferences :

'Search Conference' is a process for collecting the relevant data from the industries /field persons, research studies, case studies, reports of accidents, ILO, WHO, EPA , UNO, other International Bodies. For the Search Conference, the Experts from Industries, Professional Institution, Enforcement Authorities and other Organisation are invited to share their experience for revising the present Curriculum. Preparation of questionnaire, field test of the questionnaire developed by Expert Committee. The data is collected as under: 1) By sending questionnaires to the Management, Safety, Health and Environment Professionals, Associations, Institutions, Faculty Members, Experts in Industries, Govt. Bodies, Enforcement Authorities, Workers Representatives etc. 2) Through observations 3) By interviews 4) By study of International Documents, Reports and trade literatures etc. For Search Conference, Experts from industries and other organizations are invited to give their views on the curriculum . Search conference brings up needs of the different stakeholders and also gives the information about Attitude, Skill and Knowledge, Competence, Building etc. required to be possessed by the successful candidates. As the basis for curriculum modifications, information about emerging technologies in practice is collected and also about technology which have become outdated is collected for deletions from the curriculum. The search conference gives details information about the attitude, skill and knowledge, competence etc. to be acquired by the successful candidates.

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2.2 Describing Roles/ Responsibilities: Advanced Diploma in Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) holders get opportunities to work in the Management Cadre in the industry positions to carry out jobs preferably in enhancement of quality of life and higher productivity through applied Research and Development as under : 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Research & Development Design Organisation at Site Production, Installation, Inspection Quality Control & Quality Assurance Maintenance of Instruments Purchase and Store Marketing and Sales

2.3 Analyzing the job : The job analysis reveals the roles and responsibilities as well as Core Attitude Skills and Knowledge required to perform tasks and responsibilities. 2.4 Deriving objectives of curriculum , curriculum areas (subjects) and hierarchical order : The curriculum objectives are decided according to the output to be designed. curriculum areas in subjects. and supporting subjects Basic in categories a) Human Science, b) Basic Science, c) Engineering Science, d) Core Technology and e) Technology Subjects. 2.5 Designing contents for each curriculum area A 'Block Diagram is drawn for each subject in curriculum. The block diagram gives relation with other subjects in the hierarchy and also connects its relationship to job profile and curriculum objectives. Objectives of the subjects. From the subject objectives 'Graphical Structure' ('Tree Diagram')of the subject, is derived which further connected into development. It is based on content analysis. The graphical structure the content outline of a subject is derived with chapters and chapter into topic outline. Content outline has two components Theory (cognitive) components i.e. knowledge Practical (behavioral ) i.e. skills After content outline i.e. Theory and Practical of each subjects, following terms are decided Time required for theory and practice Number of years Total no. of contact hours required to teach the entire subject Total no. of contact hours per year, as the case may be. Total no. of lectures and practicals per week. It is necessary to ensure that contact hours/per week do not exceed 36.

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After finalization of above details assessment scheme is designed, it has two compounds (a) continuous evaluation ( term-work and class-tests etc) and (b) Yearly examination.(Theory and practicals) 1) 2) 3) 4) Implementation strategies. Learning resources material for students were prescribed such asText-books Monographs, handbooks, periodicals, articles, journals etc. Data-books, manuals and relevant literature etc.

The list of learning resources like print, non-print, books, equipment etc. required to teach the subject effectively and efficiently must be identified. In all these activities, views of senior faculties regarding relevance of course contents and implementation strategies being presently followed were also elicited through curriculum analysis instruments. The data gathered was suitably analysed and curricula were revised accordingly, keeping their recommendations in mind. 2.6 A programme structure finalisation Programme structure consisting of teaching and examination schemes for the One Year Diploma /Advanced Diploma in Industrial Safety, Health and Environment. 2.7 Curriculum Development Process Execution
Planning Meeting

Identification Project and associated Institutes

Conduct of Search conference, workshop for analysis of existing Curriculum

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3.0 AIMS OF THE ADVANCED DIPLOMA PROGRAMME IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY: Modern life is dependent on things provided by Industry. The curriculum honours expectations of the Industry. The Industries employ the successful candidates in the Management Cadre in Safety,
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Health and Environment at the level of Safety Professionals as required under the Environment Protection Act, enlisting Legislation. and other Acts in various capacities like Consultant, Expert Safety Auditor under the Statutes of the Government of India and Govt.of Maharashtra. supervisory/Inspector cadre, as management cadre which has respect in the society. The aims of this course are: 1) To induce life long learning knowledge skills, attitudes for social & personal development. 2) To provide trained Human Resource. 3) To provide leadership qualities. 4) To create awareness of The Quality of Life Protection through Safety, Health and Environment. 5) To create awareness of hazards & operational hazards. 6) To assist in development of new methods & process of Safety ,Health and Environment skills and analytical techniques. 7) To develop managerial abilities and analytical skills ,training, communicate with the community and interaction with government and statutory authorities 8) To train the people concerned. Attempts have been made in this document to address to the expectations of the user system from the Safety Professionals. If implementation is in right earnest, it would pay much better dividends, it is hoped.

4.0 TYPES OF INDUSTRIES AND CAPACITY IN WHICH SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATES HOLDER GET EMPLOYMENT A) Wage Employment Sr. No. Types of industries organisation Chemical, Petro-chemical, Engineering, Textile, Construction, Pharmaceutical, Food & Paint Industries in which Safety, Health & Environment (SHE) matters involving and activity is carried out for raw, intermediate and finished products, designs and processes including Transportation. Capacity (Designation) in which employed a) Safety officer b) Advisor / Consultant c) Expert d) SHE Department

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To start own Consultancy / Advisory Services, Self Employment Auditing of SHE and Co-ordinate with approval Consultant By and MSPCB (Maharashtra State Pollution Advisor Control Board ) DISH, MOE&Fto carry out Analysis as per the recommended Standards for various products and as well as for air,water and industrial effluents

5.0 JOB FUNCTIONS OF THE INDUSTRIAL SAFETY DIPLOMA HOLDERS Sr. No. Position of Employment Job function to be Performed To carry out analysis of various Product samples such as pharmaceuticals food, oil petroleum products, paper pulp, coal, water, industrial effluents, cosmetics etc. To do all the job functions as stated in Sr. No. 1 as well as he/she has to supervise the methods employed are as per the I.S.I F.D.A.,G.M.P. etc. and also to see the routine functions of Instruments Planning & Supervising the work of analysis carried out and also check the proper functioning of instruments. Planning of Analysis to do surveillance of the SHE activity. overall

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6.0 IDENTIFYING SUBJECT AREAS (MAIN SUBJECTS AND SUPPORTING SUBJECTS) FROM CURRICULUM OBJECTIVES FOLLOWING TABLE IS BASED ON THE OUTCOMES OF CURRICULUM ANALYSIS AND SEARCH CONFERENCE Sr. No. 1.

Curriculum Objectives

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Personal development related values / attitudes Values in - Safety, Health and Environment - Work commitment - Hard working - Honesty, Sincerity, Faithfulness - Problem solving - Punctuality - Loyalty, Commitment, Devation

Safety Management Quality control in safety Industrial Hygiene and Occupational Health Environment Management

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Social development related skills / values / attitudes - Social responsibility - Professional ethics - Concern for Safety, Health and Environmental conservation

Safety, Health and Environmental Legislation Advanced Safety Management and Engineering Environmental Management Applied Ergonomics

Better compliance with statutory requirements under Factory Act etc.

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Training, Promotional Activities Seminar Group Discussion Workshop In plant training Visits to Laboratories & industries Safety Management Safety Engineering I Safety Engineering II Quality Control in Safety Safety in Chemical Engineering Safety in Engineering Industry Safety in Textile Industry Safety in Construction Industry Safety in Docks Environment Management  

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Professional skills To supernise the safe work conditions, work procedure etc. Safe operations of Processes Quality Control Quality Assurance Safety Management System Environmental Management System

Principles of Management Skills Principles of standard management practices and systems

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7.0 (A) CONTEXT IN THE FORM OF BLOCK DIAGRAM SHOWING INTERRELATIONSHIP OF SUBJECT AREAS CORE TECHNOLOGY Safety, Health & Environmental Mgt. Safety in other industry Quality control in occupational safety, health & environment Safety, Health & Environmental legislation Industrial Hygiene & Occupational Health

HUMAN SCIENCES Seminar Group Discussion Project

ENGINEERING SCIENCES 1. Safety in Engineering 2. Advance Safety Management and Engineering

TECHNOLOGY SUBJECTS Safety in Chemical Industry Safety in Engg. Industry Safety in Textile Industry Safety in Docks Adv. Safety Mgt. & Engg. Environmental Mgt. Applied Ergonomics

JOB PROFILE 1. Better compliance of OSHMS 2. Quality Control /Quality Assurance 3. Safety Officer 4. Safety Consultant 5. Safety Advisor 6. Safety Expert 7. Member of Society 8. Safety Auditor 9. Auditor Safety, Health & Environment 10. Life Long Learner

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BASIC SCIENCES Applied Chemistry Applied Physics Applied Mathematics

Skill of Management of Safety, Health & Environment Technical Skills - Identification - Detection - Analysis - Estimation - Quality Control - Fire fighting & Safety - Preparation of On-Site and OffSite Emergency Management Plan etc.

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7.0 (B) VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL ORGANISATION CHART

STUDENT WITH RECOGNISED DEGREE / DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING / THECHNOLOGY OR RECOGNISED DEGREE IN PHYSICS / CHEMISTRY/ B.SC AGRICULTURE AND B.SC HORTICULTURE WITH 2 YEARS EXPERIENCE.

Curriculum Objectives
Curricul -um area Human Science Basic Science Name of the Subject Area Seminar Group Discussion Project Appl. Chemistry Appl. Physics Appl. Mathematics & Statistics Engg. science *Safety Engineering *Adv. Safety Management & Engineering Core technology * Safety, Health & Environmental Mgt. * Safety in other industry * Quality control in occupational safety, health & environment * Safety, Health & Environmental legislation * Industrial Hygiene & Occupational Health *Safety in Chemical Industry *Safety in Engg. Industry *Safety in Textile Industry *Safety in Docks *Adv. Safety Mgt. & Engg. *Environmental Mgt. *Applied Ergonomics T p T p T P T P T P T P T P T P T P T P T P T P T P T P 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 2 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 I Year Attitudes Values in Health Work Commitment Hard Working Honesty Problem Solving Punctuality Loyalty Independent Study Weigh -tage E E VE VE E E E D

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7.0 C) ORGANOGRAM OF A TYPICAL PRODUCTION UNIT WITH S.H.E. DEPT.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY, HEALTH AND ENVRIOMENT MANAGEMENT : 13360

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 3 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) RATIONALE: To inculcate the Management Principles and Techniques for better practices of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE). TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 3 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

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Learning Structure:

Application

To develop management skills and understand basic functioning of Safety, Health & Environment Management.

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Organising, Directing & Monitoring for SHE

Compilation and Collation

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Analysis and Programming

Principles of Accident Prevention

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Data Information System

Theories and Models of Accident Prevention

C.B.T. Competence Building Techniques

Facts

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Management Information

Accident, Injury, Unsafe Condition

Education and Training

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1.1 Introduction: Management and Management Principles and Types of Management 1.2 General principles of Management. Managerial Role, Authority, Responsibility and Power. Span of Management, Delegation and decentralisation of authority. 1.3 Safety, Health and Environment Management. (SHE). Occupational Safety, Health and Environmental Safety Management Principles & practices 1.4 Role of Management in Industrial Safety. 13
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1.5 Organisation Behaviaraion Human factors contributing to accident. 2.1 Planning for Safety : Planning : Definition, purpose, nature, scope and procedure. Range of planning, variety of plans. 2.2 Strategic planning and tools of implementation. Management by objectives and its role in Safety, Health and Management (SHE). Policy formulation and implementation. 3.1 Organising for Safety : Organising: Definition, need, nature and principles. Organising for Safety, Health and Environment Organisation structure, functions and responsibilities. 3.2 3.3 4.1 Safety Committee : Structure and functions. Line and Staff Functions for Safety, Health and Environment. Directing for Safety :

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Direction: Definition, process, principles and techniques, Leadership: Role, functions an attributes of a leader Communication: Purpose, process, types and channels Essential rules in communication, Two ways communication. Barriers in communication, essentials of effective communication. Communication and group-ynamics, Team building. 5.1 Monitoring for Safety, Health & Environment : Occupational Safety, Health and Environment Management System, Bureau of Indian Standards on Safety and Health : 14489 1998 and 15001- 2000, ILO and EPA Standards. 6.1 Principles of Accidents Prevention : Definition: Incident, accident, injury, dangerous, occurrences, unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, hazards, error, oversight, mistakes etc. 6.2 Accident Prevention: Theories/Models of accident occurrences .Principles of accident Prevention. Accident and Financial implication. 7.1 Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Education and Training : SHE : Element of training cycle, Assessment of needs. Techniques of training, design and development of training programs. Training methods and strategies types of training. Evaluation and review of training programs.

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Employee Participation :Purpose, areas of participation, methods. Role of trade union in Safety Health and Environment Protection. Safety Promotion and Safety Awards and Suggestion Schemes, Safety Competitions Safety Incentives Publicity Schemes, Audio Visual Publicity, other Promotional Methods. 9.1 Global warming and mitigation measures. 9.2 Human behavior :Individual differences, behavior as function of self and situation, perception of danger and acceptance of risk, knowledge, and responsibility vis-a-vis safety performance, theories of motivation and their application to safety, role of, supervisors and safety departments in motivation. 9.3 Conflict & Frustration :Identification of situations leading to conflict and frustration and techniques of management. 10.1 Management information System : Sources of information on Safety, Health and Environment Protection. Compilation and collation of information, Analysis & use of modern methods of programming, storing and retrieval of MIS for Safety, Health and Environment. 10.2 QCC HS Computer Software Application and Limitations. 10.3 Status and future goals of computer utilization in Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Services in Industries. TOTAL

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Reference:
Books: Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Author Title Publisher

Packet Book of Labour Statistics, 1979. Heinrich H.W Industrial Accident Prevention Health & Safety : Manufacturing and Service Industries, 1977. Accident Facts, 1977. IS : 3786 1968 , Antiac (Lepburn, H.A.), Method for computation of Frequency and Severity Rates for Industrial Injuries and Classification of Industrial Accidents The Fundamental Causative Factors of an Industrial Accidents, 15

Labour Bureau, Simla Md Graw-Hill, 1959. Her Majestys Stationery Office National Safety Council, USA Indian Standards Institution, New Delhi, The British Journal Industrial Safety,
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Vol. I, No. 13, 1950. British Journal of Industrial Safety, Vol. 6, No. 63, 1963 Charles C. Thomas Co., Springfield, 111, 1956 the British Journal of Industrial Safety, Vol. 6, No. 71, 1963.

Eapburn, H.A

The Causation of an Industrial Accdient

Schulzinger M.S.

The Accident Syndrom,

Ghiselli, F.E.,

The Myth of Accident Proneness

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY IN ENGINEERING -I : 13361

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 3 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) RATIONALE: Acquire the Knowledge, Skill and Mechanism of functioning of machine, tools and safe use of the same. TU -PR 2 PAPER HRS. 3 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR 50 TW -TOTAL 150

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Learning Structure: Engineering Techniques being applied to use of machines and materials in safe manner.

Application

Procedures

Ergonomics of Machine Guarding

Proper Design and Procedure

Work Permit Application and Enforcement

Safe use of Tools and Gadgets etc. Centralised and Personal Tool Issue System

Principles

Operation and Guarding

In-built Safety

Safety System

Concepts

Preventive Maintenance

Safety

Prevention and Handling

Prevention and Control of Accidents

Facts

Use of Machines

Working at different sites

Hazards

Handling of Materials

DETAILED CONTENTS: Chapter 1.1 Contents Machine Operation and Guarding : Marks Hours

Principles in machine guarding. Ergonomics of machine guarding. Type of guards, their design and selection. Guarding of different types of machinery including special precautions for wood working, paper, rubber and printing machinery, machine, tools etc. Built-in-safety devices, maintenance and repairs of guards, incidental safety devices and tools. 2.1 Safety in the use of Machines :

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3.1.1 Manual : Kinetics of manual handling. Maximum loads that could be carried. Lifting and carrying of objects of different shapes, size and weight. Safe use of accessories for manual handling Storage of materials. Safety in stacking and unstacking, floor loading conditions. Layout condition for safety in storage, ergonomics of manual handling and storage. 3 3.1.2 Mechanical : Lifting machinery, lifts and hoists; safety aspects in design and construction, testing, use and care, signaling, inspection and maintenance. Safety in design and construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of industrial trucks, lifting tackles and loose gears, conveyors. Safety features, safe locations, testing, inspection and maintenance of lifting tackles,safe working load for all mechanical material handling equipment. The competent persons in relation to safety legislation - duties and responsibilities. Working at Different Levels : 4.1 Working at Heights : 08 07 08 07

Incidence of accidents. Safety features associated with design, construction and use of stairways, ramps, working platforms, gangway, ladders of different types, scaffolds of different types including Boatswain's chair and safety harness working on roofs. Other safety requirements while working at heights. 4.2 4.3 Working in Confined Spaces : Working Underground :

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wood cutting, miscellaneous cutting work, other hand tools such as torsion tools, shock tools, non-sparking tools. Portable power tools and their selection, inspection, maintenance, repair and safe use. 6.1 Plant Design and Housekeeping : Plant layout, design and safe distance. Need for planning and follow-up. Safety and good house-keeping. Typical accidents due to poor housekeeping. Disposal of scrap and other trade wastes. Prevention of spillage. Marking of aisles space and other locations. Use of colour as an aid for good housekeeping. Housekeeping contest. Cleaning methods. Employee assignment. Inspections and check-lists. Benefits of good housekeeping. Role of preventive maintenance in safety and health. Importance of standards and codes of practice for plant and equipment. 7.1 Industrial Lighting & Illumination : Purpose of lighting. Benefits of good illumination. Phenomenon of lighting and safety. Lighting and the work. Sources and types of artificial lighting. Principles of good illumination. Recommended optimum standards of illumination. Design of lighting installation. Maintenance. Standards relating to lighting and color. Measurement of illumination Photometer level PRACTICE 8 8.1 Ventilation and Heat Stress : Purpose of ventilation. Physiology of heat regulation. Thermal environment and its measurement. Thermal comfort. Indices of heat stress. Thermal limits for comfort, efficiency and freedom from health risk. Natural ventilation. Mechanical ventilation. Air conditioning. Control of heat exposures at source, dilution and local ventilation. Recommended values for air changes required for various areas as per Factories Act, 1948 and National Standards. IS:31031975-Code of practice for Industrial Ventilation, National Building Code Part VIII, Building Services. Measurement of Ventilation PRACTICE (a) Measurement of thermal (i) Dry Bulb Temperature (ii) Wet Bulb Temperature (b)Determination of relative humidity and effective corrective effective. 1) Aspirator Hygrometer Parameters. 2) Kata-Thermometer 3) Globe-Thermometer

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Noise and Vibration :

Continues and impulse noise. The effect of noise on man. Measurement and evaluation of noise. Noise isolation. Noise absorption techniques, silencers. Practical aspects of control of noise. Noise Level Measurement. (a) 1) Sound Level Meter Measurement of Sound 2) Octave filter set pressure level in dbA and db linear. (b) Frequency analysis of noise. 10.1 Electrical Hazards 14.1.1 Hazards of electrical energy. Safe limits of amperages, voltages. Safe distance from lines. Capacity and protection of conductor. Joints and connections. Means of cutting off power. Overload and short circuit protection. No load protection. Earth fault protection. Earth insulation and continuity tests. Earthing Standards. Protection against sure and voltage fluctuation. 14.1.2 Hazards arising out of 'borrowed' neutrals. Others precautions. Types of protection for electrical equipment in hazardous atmosphere. Electrical area classification. Criteria in their selection, installation, maintains and use. 11.1 Static Electricity : 08 07

PRACTICE

10

08

07

11

Introduction, Electro-Static charging where charging can occur contact electrification. Electro Static dischargers (sparks) . Electro Static hazards and their control. Earthing and bonding. Recommended earthling resistance for control of electricity. 12.1 Lightning Arrestors : Definition, lightning splash, lightning strokes, lightning protection systems. Characterisation of health effects of lightening stroke (electrical effects, side flashers, thermal effects, mechanical effects. Function of lightning. Where lightning protection is required System design, material of construction, component of a lightning arrestors, earth terminal / network. 13.1 plant Safety Check list for buying new machinery for the

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Books:

Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 --------

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Safety code for Scaffolds and Ladders, (Part IS : 3696 , (Part II) II) Ladders 1966 H.M.S.O London, Safety in Construction Work : Scaffolding 1977. 1979 Glossary of terms relating to wire ropes IS 2363 1977 Steel wire ropes for general engineering IS 2266 purposes 1964 Wire rope slings and sling legs IS 2762 1977 Steel wire suspension ropes for lifts, IS 2365 elevators and hoists. 1967 Code of practice for the selection, IS 3973 installation and maintenance of wire ropes National Safety Council444, North Accident Prevention Manual for Industrial Michigan Avenue, Operations Chicago, I 11 60611

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY IN ENGINEERING -II : 13362

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 03 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) RATIONALE: TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

The subject paper is based for various industries for which National classification is considered to be based for selection of new industries. Since no. of industries under classification is very large, the scope is limited to only certain industries.

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Learning Structure: Engineering Techniques being applied to use of machines and materials in safe manner.

Application

Procedures

Ergonomics of Machine Guarding

Proper Design and Procedure

Work Permit Application and Enforcement

Safe use of Tools and Gadgets etc.

Principles

Operation and Guarding

In-built Safety

Safety System

Centralised and Personal Tool Issue System

Concepts

Preventive Maintenance

Safety

Prevention and Handling

Prevention and Control of Accidents

Facts

Use of Machines

Working at different sites

Hazards

Handling of Materials

DETAILED CONTENTS The industries have been selected keeping in view of degree of risk frequency and severity of accidents caused in the specific industries and the safety, health & environment measures to be taken Chapter 1.1 1.2 1 Contents Agro-Industry / Sugar Industry. Harvesting and activities related to harvesting, such as preparation of crop by cleaning, triming, grading, drying, decorticating, retting, cooling or bulk packaging. Includes cotton picking. Manufacture of Basic Metals : Ferrous and Non Ferrous Metallurgy : Foundary, Steel Plant. Hazards in the Process of melting (furnaces) casting, forging, working on hot rolling and cold rolling, N. D. Test 24 Marks Hours

10

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& heat treatment 3.1 Automobile Manufacturing activity like pattern making, melting, moulding, machining, forging, chipping, grinding, heat treatment N. D. Test, Pollution control measures. 4.1 4.2 Textile Industry : Introduction to Textile process involving cotton, jute and man made fibre. Significant hazards and preventive measures. Construction Industry : Basic philosophy peculiarities and parameters governing the safety in construction such as site planning and layout, safe access, good housekeeping, safety in the use of construction machinery, signs and indication liaison for safety with local authorities,structural soundness accident and hazards their causes and effects.

10

10

4 5.1 5.2

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10

08

(IT Industry) Manufacture of Computers, Radio, Television and communication Equipment and Apparatus 6.2.1 Manufacture of electronic valves and tubes and other Electro-Magnetic Devices. 6.3 Safety in semiconductor industry. 7.1 Safety in docks 7.2 Handling of cargo 7.3 Container operation 7.4 Lifting appliance 7.5 Responsibility of different agency for safety, health & environment involved in dock work. 8.1 Safety in Boilers 8.2 Safety precautions and operations of boilers 8.3 Different type of boilers 8.4 Preservations of boilers when not in use 8.5 Steam pressure, Pressure gauge. 8.6 Treatment of feed water etc. 9.1 Environment protection 9.2 Principles & practices for prevention and control of air pollution, water pollution, solid and hazardous waste management. 9.3 Cleaner technologies. 10.1 Work Permit Application, Adoption and Enforcement : Welding, Gas Cutting Precautions in welding, gas cutting, brazing, soldering, and other operations. TOTAL

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Reference: Books Sr. No. 1 -Author Title The Chain Testers Handbook Publisher Chain Jesters Association of Great Britain, 430 Barking Road, London E 13 BHG. Construction Safety Association of Ontario, 74 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontaric, Cananda, M 5C 2A5. McGraw- Hill Book Co., 1221, Avenue of the Americans, New York, N.Y. 10020 Great Britain Medical Research Council Industrial Heath Research Board,. --Ind. J. of Tech. Vol. 3. No. 3, Pg. 72-74, 1965

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Rigging Manual

W.E. Rossnagel

Handbook of Rigging for Construction and Industrial Operations Report No. 67 (1945) : Illumination Engineering Vol. 54, P-317-353, 1959. : Ind. J. of Tech. Vol. 2 No. 3, P. 102-106, 1964 Forthlight roofs

4 5 6 7 8 9

N.C. Weston H.R Blackwoll V R & B.K.S V.R & B.K.S Arsult TIIum . ng.

Procoadings of C.I.B. Deylight Technial Committee, 1953. -Society Technical Report No.2, London 1951. --

10

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11

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Construction Safety Association of Ontario, 74 Rigging Manual Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontaric, ananda, M 5C 2A5 McGraw- Hill Book Co., 1221, Avenue of the Handbook of Rigging for Americans, Construction and Industrial New York, N.Y. 10020. Operations

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : QUALITY CONTROL IN OCCUPATION SAFTY, HEALTH AND ENVRIOMENT

SUBJECT CODE

: 12363

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) RATIONALE: To equip the student with skills and techniques for prevention and control of risks and hazards and mitigation of the same in efficient manner.

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Learning Structure: Effective Quality Control to prevent and control of Accidents and Losses.

Application

Procedures

Quantitative and Qualitative H & R analysis FMEA, MORT

Identification of key factors immediate and basic causes

Compliance with Acts & Rules

Check List, Tag System, Loss Control and Prevention

Principles

Hazard and Risk. Identification Techniques

Rules of SHE

Principle of Minimisation of injuries, frequency of accidents

Analysis and Investigation

Concepts

Identification of Risk

Corrective Action

Reportable and Non Reportable Fatal and NonFatal Accidents

Sampling Survey and Rules

Facts

Risk

Appraisal and Control

Measurement and Evaluation

Safety

DETAILED CONTENTS: Chapter 1.1 1.2 1 Contents Plant and Equipment : Safety Appraisal & Control Techniques. Plant Safety Rules and Procedure, Safe Operating Systems, Safety Check List, Plant Safety Inspection. Safety Sampling. Safety Surveys. Jobs Safety Analysis. Safety Inventory system. Product Safety. Safety tag system. Total Loss Control & Prevention. Marks Hours

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3.1

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Hazard and Risk Identification Techniques. Hazard and Risk Analysis : Quantitative and Qualitative : Failure, Mode and Effect Analysis (FMEA) & Maximum Credible Accident Analysis (MCAA). Fault Tree Analysis, event tree analysis. Example of each. HAZAN, HAZOP, Managerial Oversight Review Technique (MORT), Incident Recall Technique. Critical Incident Review Technique safety integrity levels (SIL) etc. Accident and Incident Investigation : Reporting and Analysis 3.1.1 Accident and Incident Investigation : Philosophy, purpose, process and types of investigations. Identifying the key factors and the immediate and basic causes. Corrective Action. Agencies investigating accident. Accident reporting : Report forms, writing reports, essential elements. 3.1.2 Accident and Incident Analysis : Standard classification of factors associated with accident. Methods of collating and tabulating data. Record keeping. Measurement & Evalution of Performance. Definition of Accident, Reportable, Non- Reportable, Fatal, Non-Fatal. Near miss accident. Lost time accident. Disabling injury. Accidents reportable under the Factories Act and ESI Act. Frequency Rate, Severity Rate, Incidence Rate, Frequency Severity Index, Safety Score . Temporary Disablement and Permanent Disablement Partial and Total Disablement. Time Charges scheduled in Workmen's Compensation Act 1928 and the National and International Standards. Major Accident Hazards (MAH) Control System Major Accident Control : Definition, Major Accident Hazards, Identification and Assessment of MAH Units. Role of Govt., Role of Management, Local Authorities and Public. Preparation and Assessment of Safety Audit. Report as BIS 14489 : 1998, Safety Report, Standards, ILO Code of Practice for Major Accident Control. Major Accident Control System : Local , State, National and International TOTAL

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5.1 5.2 5

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Reference: Books Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Title Accident Prevention Manual for Ind. Operations. Vol. II National Building Code of India 1970 Chapters IV & VIII Code of Practice : Safe guarding of Machinery BS 5504:1975 Indian Standard is under printing DOC:EDC 11 (3218) Accident Prevention Manual 1979 Glossary of terms relating to wire ropes 1977 Steel wire ropes for general engineering purposes 1964 Wire rope slings and sling legs 1977 Steel wire suspension ropes for lifts, elevators and hoists 1967 Code of practice for the selection, installation and maintenance of wire ropes Publisher

British Standards Institution

National Safety Council, C , USA IS 2363 IS 2266 IS 2762 IS 2365 IS 3973

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY, HEALTH AND ENVRIOMENTAL LEGISLATION : 13364

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW)

RATIONALE: To acquaint the student with National and International Acts, Rules, Conventions pertaining to Safety, Health and Environment.

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Learning Structure:

Application

Effective compliance of SHE Legislation at work and prevention of injury, accident and danger to Health and Property and Environment.

Procedures

Compliance with the Status and Interaction

Awareness and Education

National and International Deliberation

Education, Training System Changes and Quality Control

Principles

Acts and Rules of Legislative

Act and Rules of ESI, Public Liability, Insurance, Workmens Compensation

ILO, WHO, UNEP, UNDP, EPA, WTO

ISO BIS IS : Codes of SHE

Concepts

Prevention and Control of Injury and Accidents

Accountability

Safety, Health and Environment

Minimum National Standards

Facts

Acts

Social Security

Convention

Standards

DETAILED CONTENTS: Chapter 1.1 1 1.2 Content ILO Convention and Recommendation concerning Occupational Health & Safety Relevant Conventions and Recommendation of ILO in the furtherance of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE). SHE a human right issue. Trade Policy affecting OHS. Marks Hours

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164-OHS 171-OHS 175-Safety & Health in construction 1990 170-Chemicals 177-Chemicals 1993 174-Prevention of 181- Prevention of major industrial major industrial accidents accidents 2.1 The Factories Act, 1948 (Amended) and Rules : 2.1.1 Factories Act. Provisions under the Act and Rules made there-under with Amendments Case Laws under the Factories Act. 3.1 Social Security Legislations : 3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 3.1.4 4.1 Workmen's Compensation Act and Rules. ESI Act and Rules. Contract Labour (Abolition and Regulation) Act. Public Liability Insurance Act. Social Accountability 8000 SA-8000.

155-OHS 161-OHS 167-Safety & Health in construction

20

20

20

20

Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) related Important Legislation : Salient feature :

4.1.1 Sections pertaining to SHE. 4.2 Indian Boilers Act, 1923 with allied Regulations,1961. Indian Electricity Act, 2003 and Rules, Indian Explosives Act,1984 and Rules. Petroleum Act and Rules. Gas Cylinders Rules. Calcium Carbide Rules. The Insecticides Act and Rules. Radiation Protection Rules. Hazardous Material Transportation Rules. Static and Mobile (Unfired) Pressure Vessel Rules,1981 as amended in 2000. The Dock Workers (Safety, Health & Welfare) Act 1996 and Rules and Regulations. The Building and other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996. The Building and other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Central Rules, 1998. The Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1996 Cess Rules, 1998.

4.3 4 4.4 4.5 4.6

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Environment Protection Legislations :

5.2 Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act 1974 and Rules. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1981 and1982 and Rules. Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 as amended in 2000, The Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 as amended in 2000, The Maharashtra Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 and Transport of Hazardous Goods Rules. 5.3 Environment Protection Act 1986 (Amended) and Rules. MSIHC Rules. Noise Pollution Act, 1998, Bio-Medical Waste, Hazardous Waste Management Rules. 5.3 Chemical accidents (Emergency preparedness, planning and response) Rule 1986. TOTAL

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20

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Reference: Books Sr. No. 1 2 Author Peterson, D -Title Techniques of Safety Management American Society of Safety Engineers Journal, April 1971, P. 16-20 American Society of Safety Engineers Journal, April 1972, P. 26-29 American Society of Safety Engineers Journal, July 1973, P. 8-10 American Society of Safety Engineers Journal, March 1974, P. 34-38 Safety Practices pamphlet no. 68 ICI Engineering codes and regulations, Group B, Vol. 1.4, Pressure Vessels for Industry Publisher McGraw Hill, P. --

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-National Safety Council, Chicago The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, London McGraw Hill Book Co. Inc. New York

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH : 13365

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) RATIONALE: Acquire knowledge of interaction of Man and Machine to maintain Hygiene and Health while working to prevent exposure to dangers. TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR 50 TW -TOTAL 150

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GRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUBJECT AREA Designing proper work station based on ergonomics and hygiene and protect health while working.

Application

Procedures

Sampling and Analysis

Assessment of Work Capacity

Training and Maintenance of PPE

Monitoring and Evaluation Health Management Services Biology of Disease and Diagnostic Method, Acts.

Principles

Work Environment Monitoring

Physiology of Human Being

Selection of PPE

Concepts

hold limits of affection for human being

Workstation and its design

Protection from injuries and accident and health affection

Disease

Facts

Hygience and Health

Ergonomics

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Occupational Disease

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DETAILED CONTENT: SECTION I Contents 1.1 1.2 Industrial Hygiene. Definition of Industrial Hygiene, Industrial Hygiene : Control Methods, Substitution, Changing the process, isolation, wet method, local exhaust ventilation, personal hygiene, housekeeping and maintenance, waste disposal, special control measures. Introduction to chemical hazards, dangerous properties of chemical, dust, gases, fumes, mist, vapours, smoke and aerosols. Route of entry to human system, recognition, evaluation and control of basic hazards, concepts of dose response relationship, bio-chemical action of toxic substances. Concept of threshold, limit values, air sampling strategies, personal exposure monitoring. Work environment monitoring biological sampling & analysis. Equipment/Glass Wares to be used Personal Sampler. High x Volume Sampler. Instantaneous Gas Delegator. Midget Impinger Tubes. Rotameter. WetGas Brow Meter.Spectrophotometer. Automic Absorption Spectrometer. Gas Liquid Chromatograph. Phase Contrast Microscope.

Chapter

Marks

Hours 18

1.3 1 1.4 1.5 1.6

Name of the Experiment 1) Demonstration and Calibration of Art Sampling Equipment

16

Practice 2) Sampling and Estimation of Gases in Work Environment by Colorimetry (a) Oxides of Nitrogen (b) Sulpur Dioxide (c) Ammonia (d) Chorine

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3) Sampling and Estimation of Solvent vapours in work environment. Benzene-Sampling by Activities Charcoal and Analysis by Gas Liquid Chromotograph CS2 Sampling by Asphiratory Bottle Analysis by Colorimetric Method. 4) Sampling and Analysis of. Mercury

Low flow Personnal Sampler. Rotameter. Activities Charcoal Tubes Gas Liquid Chromatograph. Aspirator Bottle. All glass Impenger tubes.

Personnal Sampler. All glass Impinger Tubes Rota-meter. Mercury Analyser. 5) Sampling and Estimation of Personnal Sampler. Rotameter. Dust-Gravi-Metric Method. Bottle Holders, Electronic Balance. 6) Personnal Protective Respiratory and Non-respiratory Equipment demonstration of testing facilities. 2.1 Personal Protective Equipment : 2.1.1 Need for personal protection equipment, selection, applicable standards, supply, use, care & maintenance respiratory and non-respiratory personal protective equipment. 2.1.2 Non-respiratory personal protective devices : Head protection, Ear protection. Face and Eye protection. Hand protection, Foot protection, body protection. 2 2.1.3 Respiratory personal protective devices : Classification of hazards. Classification of respiratory personal protective devices. Selection of respiratory personal protective devices 2.1.4 Instructions and training in the use, maintenance and care of self containing breathing apparatus. Training in the use of breathing apparatus (open circuits and close unit). 2.2 3.1 3.2 Testing Procedures and Standards. Occupational Health : Definition : As per WHO. 12 12

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Common Occupational Disease : 4.1.1 Occupations involving risk of contracting these disease - mode of causation of the diseases and its effects - diagnostic methods. 4.1.2 Biological monitoring - Method of prevention Compensation for occupational diseases. 4.1.3Evaluation of injuries 4.1.4 Occupational Health Management Services at the work place. 4.1.5List of notifiable diseases Schedule III of Factories Act - 1948. Occupational Health Hazards : 3.1.1 Adverse health effects of noise, vibration, cold, heat stress, improper illumination, thermal radiation, lonising and non-lonising radiations.

12

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5.1

5 5.2

12

12

Permissible threshold exposure limits - short term and long term effects of exposures Preventive and control measures. Common Occupational Diseases as per the Schedule III of the Factories Act. Pre-employment, periodic medical examination of workers. Medical surveillance for control of occupational diseases and health records. Fundamentals of First-Aid-Burns, Fractures, Suffocation, Toxic Ingestion - Bleeding Wounds and Bandaging, Artificial Respiratory, Techniques.

4.1 4.2 4.3

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH : 1. 2. Practice 3. 4. 1. 2. 7. 8. Lung Function Test on Medspirator. Ear Testing on Audiometer & Demonstration of various models of Audiometer, Bakery Audiometer, BA-3, Arphi. Study of Notificable Diseases by use of models. Study of various models of lungs. (Sections of lungs). Demonstration of medical laboratory equipment such as tetanus. Vision tester, blood analyser, electrocardiography etc. Explanation on the charts of Industrial Noise. Notificable diseases. Physical Health Hazards. Chemical Health Hazards. Industrial Dermatosis. Prevention and Control. Explanation of various notifiable occupational diseases with photographic models. Explanation on the charts of control of noise in industry, noise levels in some industries And permissible level of exposure to noise in Industry.

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12 7 7.1 Physiology and Ergonomics at Work : 5.1.1 Physiology of respiration, cardiac cycle, muscle contraction, nerve conduction system etc. Assessment of Workload based on Human Physiological reactions. Permissible limits of load for manual lifting and carrying. Criteria for fixation limits. 5.1.2 Working posture : Its effect on cardio-vascular and musculo-skeletal system and implications on health. Nutrition and its importance in manual work. Nutritional requirements and nutritional of diet. 5.1.3 Assessment of Work Capacity Fatigue and Rest Allowances. Physiological Test for Assessment of Occupational Health. Nutrition : Nutritional requirements and the Diets for Exercise,Work and Physical Fitness. 5.1.4 Aerobic work capacity (physical work capacity), methods of its determination ( use of bicycle, ergometer, treadmill, step-stool ergometer). Factors affecting aerobic capacity and work performance. 5.1.5 Environmental Physiology. Thermal Kit Containing i) Sling Psychrometer ii) Kata Thermometer (of different range) Iii) Globe Thermometer (OC to OC) Iv) Stop-watch v) AirVelo-Charts Psychrometric Chart. vi) ET/CET Chart. test i) Step Test Stool. (HT 46 CM) ii) Metronome. iii) Stop-Watches-2 Nos. i) Spirameter, Peak Flow Meter i) Anthropometer ii) Calipers iii) Skin Fold Caliper iv)Weighing Machine 12

Practice

1) Evaluation of Environment Stress (Heat)

2)

Physical Fitness (PFI Test)

3. Respiratory Physiology for evaluation of Pulmonary function impairment. 4 .Anthropometry Practical Measurements of a few body. dimension, its treatment and application

Introduction to Ergonomics, Definition, Aims and Scope, Man-machine (Job), Environment System, Constituents of Ergonomics, Application of Ergonomics in industry for Safety, Health and Environment. 6.1.2 Ergonomics of Automation / Assembly, Visual Fatigue, 40

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Ergonomics of Rehabilitation while assigning alternate jobs. Anthrapometry and fundamental of bio-mechanics : Basic and applied aspects : Anthropometric measurements and their usefulness in industry. 6.1.3 Ergonomic Design of Work Station : Concept of workstation and its design. Improving safety and productivity through work station design. Technical and Engineering control measures. Economics consideration.

TOTAL Reference: Books Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 ----Author Title C.I.S. Information S .. Ergonomics of Ma (ILO) Heath & Safety At Work Booklets Model Code of Safety Regulation for Industrial Establishments (ILO) Encyclopaedia of Occupational Health and Safety (ILO) Accident Prevention Manual for Industrial Operations --

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Publisher

Department of Employment and Productivity, U.K --National Safety Council, 444, North Michigan Avenue, Chicago, I 11 60611. the Chain Jesters Association of Great Britain430 Barking Road, London E 13 BHG 3rd Edn. Blackwell Scientific Publications 1969 P.g. 385 to 387 Am. Rev. Resp. Dis. 1971, 03, 57 Jr. Ass. Phys. Ind. Vol. 25, Aug. 1977

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Lung function assessment and application in Medicine Spirometric Standards for normal males and females,. Predictor equation for Lung function in Indians Proper Training, Techniques Vital to pulmonary testing Pg. 23-27. Biological effects and health,implications of microwave radiation. Uncortainties in the evaluation of the biological effects of microwave and r-f radiations, 387-404, 1973 41

Morris J.P.

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Kamath S.R. et all Horvath P.E S.F.Cleary (Ed.),

US HEW Report BRH (DBE2-70), Rockville, 1971

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Brit. J. Apply. Phys. 3 1-,6, 1952 Polish Medical Publ. Warsaw 1974 Radioprotection, Dunod, 12, 199-216, 1977

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFETY IN CHEMICAL & PETROCHEMICAL INDUSTRY : 13366

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW)

RATIONALE: Study the nature and functions of chemicals, chemical process, receiving, storing and handling of chemicals and understand Safety, Health and Environment Systems to be followed for sustainable development.

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GRAPHICAL STRUCTURE OF THE SUBJECT AREA Prevention and Control of Fire, Explosion, Toxic Gas Leak and imminent danger to Health, Community, Property and Environment.

Application

Procedures

Start up and shut down procedure

Use of MSDS by Training and Education

Prevention and Minimisation of Risks, Hazards

Use of UN Clarification, Colour Codes

Principles

Properties Chemicals

of

Standards

Rules and Acts for Storage, Handling and Transportation

Criteria for siting, layout and principles of Instrumentation

Concepts

Compatibility of Chemicals

Information

Safety, Protection of Health and Environment

Safe Operations

Facts

Chemicals

MSDS

Receive, Store, Handle and Transport

Siting and Layout of Plants

DETAILED CONTENTS: Chapter 1.1 1 Contents U.N Classification of Hazardous materials. 1.1.1 Safety in chemical industry, 1.1.2 Criteria for sitting and layout of Chemical and Petrochemical Plants 1.1.3 Plant Area classification. 1.1.4 Instrumentation for safe plant operations. Marks Hours

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Receiving, Storing and Handling of chemicals. Chemicals Compatibility Considerations. Transportation of Hazardous material .l Safety Precautions for transporting hazardous / toxic / flammable /explosive/ radioactive substances by all modes.

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Transfer of chemicals by pipelines within and outside installations,above and under ground and submarines.

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Colour coding identification of contents. Safety Precautions for working on pipelines, safe entry procedures to confined spaces including reaction vessels. Safe procedure of start up and shut down procedures. Safety in preventive and emergency maintenance operations. Use of Material Safety Data Sheets. Work permit system. Confined space, hot work, working at height. Fire & Explosion : 10.1.1 *Chemistry of fire, Factors contributing towards fire, Classification of fires. Common causes of industrial fires. Determination of fire load.. Design of building plant, exists, etc. for fire safety and Fire resistance of building materials.

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Salient features of fire explosion and toxicity index, Dow, dispersion, Probability analysis, modeling. Pressure vessels fired and unfired, codes of practices governing their safety. Assessment of reliability of vessels, test checks.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY IN ENGINEERING INDUSTRY : 13367

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 4 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) TU -PR --PAPER HRS. 3 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

RATONALE: This subject deals with the engineering industries as the safety aspects are very much important because in this industry there are various hot working operations are involved viz. Foundry, forging, hot rolling and heat treatment etc. as well as cold working. There is a need of preventive maintenance, periods check for safe operation.

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DETAILED CONTENTS: Chapter 1.1 1 Contents Introduction : 1.1.1 Introduction to various hot and cold processes in Engineering industry including manufacture of various grades of steel. Hot Working 2.1.1 Foundry operation : Flow sheet for foundry operation including use of different types of furnaces in each of the operation. Health hazards and safe methods of operation. Die casting. Fettling operations, Short blasting, sand blasting etc. Forging Operation : Hazards in forging operations. Preventive maintenance of forging machines. Safework practices in forging operations. Safety in the use, handling and storage of dies. Safety on die changing. Hot Rolling Mills Operation : Hazards in hot rolling operations and their control measures, safety in hot rolling mills. 20 20 Marks Hours

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3.1 Cold Working : 3.2 Safety in the use of 1) power presses (all types) 2) shearing, 3) bending, 4) rolling, 5) drawing, 6) turning, 7) drilling, 8) boring, 9) milling, shaping 10) planning broaching, 11) grinding, 12) Computerized Numerically Controlled Systems. Need for selection and care of cutting tools. Preventive maintenance, periodic checks for safe operation. Associated hazards and their prevention. 3.3 Safety in the machine tools. 4.1 4.2 Other Operations : Safety precaution in 1) Welding 2) Cutting 3) Brazing, 4) Soldering and Metalising and Chiseling, Blasting Operations. Safety in selection, care and maintenance of the associated equipment and instruments. Safety in finishing operation like a) cleaning b) polishing and c) buffing and their c) related hazards. Safety in maintenance and use of these machines. Heat Treatment : 5.1.1 Hazards in various heat treatment operations. Control and Prevention. TOTAL

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Reference: Books Sr. No. 1 2 3 4 -H.I.Sax Raymond A. Higgins -Author Title Forging Safety Manual (Chapter on Heat Treatment Hand Book of Dangerous Materials Engineering Metallurgy National Fire Codes, Vol. I Publisher National Safety Council, U.S.A. Reinhold Publishing Corporation, M.Y.U.S.A. The English Language Book Society, London National Fire Protection Association, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.A

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY IN TEXTILE INDUSTRY : 13368

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -SW 50

NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW)

RATONALE: Textile industry generally deals with spinning machineries of various types, and the process of spinning is carried out on various types of fiber material. Even hazardous chemicals are also used for processing of fabrics. Thus safety aspects are of paramount importance.

DETAILED CONTENT: Chapter 1.1 Contents Introduction of Process Flow Charts of i) Short Staple Spinning, ii) Long staple spinning, iii) Viscose Rayon and Synthetic Fiber, Manufacture, iv) Spun and Filament Yarn to Fabric anufacture, v) Jute Spinning and Jute Fabric Manufacture. Types of Accident guarding of machinery and safety precautions in opening, carding, combing, drawing, flyer frames and ring frames, doubles, rotor spinning, winding, warping, softening/spinning inter-link industry. Marks Hours

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Risk and Hazards in Sizing Processing and Looms : Hazards of Chemicals : Safety precautions in chemical processes like bleaching dyeing, printing and effluents in textile / jute processes.

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY IN DOCKS : 13369

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

RATIONALE: This subject deals with the ILO conventions and recommendation and also under various provisions under the different National statutes relating to safety, health and welfare those working in docks and carrying out the work of boarding and alighting of heavy material from ships. This process involves the use of various cranes, fork lifters, lifting trucks, loaders and other allied machinery where any mistake in handling may cause danger human life i.e. workers. DETAILED CONTTNTE SUBJECT 1.10 Chapter 1 1.1 1.2 Contents History of Safety Legislation : Various ILO Conventions and recommendations relating to safety, health and welfare of dock workers. Dock Safety Statutes in India : History of Dock Safety Statues in India, background of present Dock Safety Statutes Dock Workers (Safety Health & Welfare) Act, 1986 and the Rules and Regulations framed there under. Other Statutes like Marking of Heavy Packages Act, 1951 and the Rules framed thereunder, Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rules, 1989 framed under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1989. Few 52 Marks 08 Hours 07

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case laws to interpret the terms used in the dock safety statutes. 3.1 Responsibility of different agencies for safety, health and welfare involved in dock work : 3.1.1 Responsibilities of port authorities, Dock Labour Board, Owner of ship, Master and agent of ship, owner of Lifting appliances and loose gear etc. employers of dock workers like stevedores, clearing and forwarding agents, competent persons and dock worker. Working on board the ship : Types of cargo ships, working on board ships, safety in handling of hatch beams, hatch covers including its marking. Mechanical operated hatch covers of different types and its safety features, safety in chipping and painting operations on board ships, safe means of accesses, safety in storage etc., Illumination of decks and in holds and other working places various hazards of working inside the hole of the ship and on decks, and safety precautions needed, safety in use of transport equipment, with internal combustible engines like fork-lift trucks, pay-loaders etc. in the holds. 5.1 Lifting Appliances : 5.2 Different types of lifting appliances, its construction, maintenance and use, various methods of rigging of derricks, testing, examination and certification of lifting appliances 6.1 Loose Gears, Ropes and Chains : 6.2 Use and Care of synthetic and natural fibre rope wire rope chains, different types of slings and loose gears. Methods of testing examination and certification of hooks, shackles, blocks, container spreaders, magnetic lifting devices grabs, wire rope and chains. 6.3 Testing establishments : Details of facilities, approval, duties and responsibilities of competent persons. 7.1 Handling of Cargo: 7.1.1 Handling of different types of cargo, stacking and unstacking both on board the ship and on shore, loading and unloading of cargo from ship to shore and vice versa, restriction on loading and unloading operations, covered under regulations and port by-laws, modern methods of handling bulk cargo, like mechanical handling plants, pneumatic suction methods, continuous loaders, etc., handling, storage and transportation of dangerous goods, IMO's classification of dangerous goods, identification, labelling and packaging of dangerous goods, introduction to IMDG Coads, IMO's recommendations relating workers by water. 8.1 Major Accident Hazards Control in parts : 53 4.1 4.2 08 07

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8.2 Occupiers responsibilities, inspection of hazardous installations in ports, like isolated storages and pipelines. Preparation of on-site emergency plan and safety report, Conduction of mock drills. 9.1 Container Operations : International Convention for Safe Containers (CSC) including procedure for testing, examination and inspection of containers. 9.2 9 Safety in handling, storage and transportation of containers inside the port, safety in freight container terminals, inland container, depots, safety in stuffing and destuffing of containers, safe use of special lift trucks inside containers, examination and inspection of containers, carriage of dangerous goods in containers and maintenance and certification of containers for safe operation. Transport Equipment : 10.1.1 Safety in the use of the different types of equipment for transporting containers and safety in their use, safety in the use of self loading container vehicles like container side lifter, fork lift truck, pay loaders etc., Safety in dock railways, conveyors and ports. Investigation of Accident and dangerous occurrences and their system of investigation and classification. Few case studies of accidents and dangerous occurrences. Health and Welfare : Occupational diseases, personal protective equipment, health and welfare measures, first-aid facilities and other appropriate measures, hospitals, medical examination of dock workers, clinics, special precautions for specific work environment, canteen facilities. General : Forums for promoting safety and health in ports Safety Committees and Advisory Committees. Their functions, training of dock workers, responsible persons, authorised person etc. Emergency Action Plants for fire and explosions, collapse of lifting appliances and buildings, sheds etc., Gas leakages and precautions concerning spillage of dangerous goods etc. TOTAL

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COURSE NAME COURSE CODE YEAR SUBJECT TITLE SUBJECT CODE

: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : SAFTY CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY : 13370

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW)

RATIONALE: This subject deals with the scope of safety in construction operation as well as in the demolition operations. It also deals with importance of safety with regards to storage, stocking and handling of materials of construction.

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DETAILED CONTTNTE: Chapter 1.1 1.2 1 1.3 1.4 2.1 (a) Contents Meaning and Scope of Safety in Construction : Basic philosophy peculiarities and parameters governing the safety in construction such as site planning and layout, safe access, good housekeeping. Safety in the use of construction machinery. Seismic structural soundness. Structural safety, accident and hazards their causes and effects. Safety in Construction Operations : Underground Works : Excavation, drilling and blasting prematic, trenching, shorting porklain type of shoring, strutting, tunnelling, piling and Safety in using and operating machinery and equipment relating to the above works. Foundations : Plant & Machinery and Structure Above Ground Works : Scaffolding, shuttering / form work,ladders, concrete, cofferdams and special operation connected with irrigation work. Safety in use and portion of related machinery and equipments. Safety on working on fragile roof. Working at Hights. Underwater portions : Well sinking, caissons underwater concreting, cofferdams and special operations connected with irrigation work. Safety in use of machinery and equipments related to underwater portions. Movement of Construction Machinery : Heavy/Long Items. Earth Movers equipments Railway wagons, motor trucks, Materials Vehicles etc., Hazardous Materials, Material handling equipments. Special Works : High rise buildings, bridges and tunnels, roads, railways, asphalting, pneumatic caissons, electrical installations and lifts. Safety in Prevention and Protection at Work Site including the collapsing of the structure. Safety in use of explosives : Open cost machinery, quarrying. Project Management and Constructions in Safety : Introduction,Manpower utilisation, utilisation of material, equipment and tools. Temporary installation and structures. Safety in Demolition Operations : Planning and Permit. Planning the sequence of demolition. Safety Precautions to be taken for and during demolition carrying out repairs, additions and alterations. Marks Hours

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Safety with regard to storage, stocking and handling of Materials of Construction : Health hazards while handling construction material and chemicals; safety measures with respect to handling of materials such as cement, limes, aggregates, flyash, timber, steel, glass, paints, varnishes, petroleum products chemicals used in construction, plastics & PVC material etc. Accident Prevention : Occupational Health Hazards, Occupational diseases relating to construction work. Safety in the use and maintenance of personal protective equipment specific to construction industry, health and welfare measures, emergency medical treatment of injuries and rehabilitation at construction site. Statutory Obligations : Regulation of employment and condition of work in construction. Construction Safety Laws, IS AND NB Codes, Local Building and Development Laws, Accident Investigation and reporting, structure stability and precautions to be taken. Statutory Obligations : Regulation of employment and condition of work in construction. Construction Safety Laws, IS AND NB Codes, Local Building and Development Laws, Accident Investigation and reporting, structure stability and precautions to be taken. The Building and other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Central Rules, 1998. The Building and other Construction Workers Welfare Cess Act, 1996 Cess Rules, 1998. Special precautions for works of Engineering construction like distilling / fractionating columns, chimney, silos-oil and gas installations, transmission/ communication lines, cable car installations, air fields. TOTAL

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : ADVANCED SAFTY MANAGEMENT AND ENGINEERING TECHNIQUES

SUBJECT CODE

: 13371

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW)

RATIONALE: In this subject the safety considerations or in other words necessity of safety management in various aspects of engineering processes are covered. It deals with an importance of safety in process design, pressure system design, control system design, liquid and gas discharge, transportation as well as in environment. DETAILED CONTENT: Chapter 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 Contents Process Design : The Components involved in design process. General considerations of design Emergency shutdown. Operating conditions. Pressure System Design : Pressure System Components, Fundamentals of pressure vessels design. Standards & Codes. Over pressure protection. Pressure relief and blow down. Basic requirements of protection and their practical
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Control System Design : Process and Control System Characteristics. Instrument systems for safety and safety features of instruments. Principles of Reliability Engineering : 4.1.1 Principles of Reliability Engineering Application of Reliability Engineering, Concepts of critical equipments and devices. Risk Acceptable Risk Individual and Average Risk Computation of Risk. Risk Assessment Techniques detailed and quick. Engg. Feasibility Area classification Safety Integrity Levels (SIL). Emission and Dispersion Liquid discharge Gas discharge Vapour- liquid discharge Plant Siting : 7.1.1 Sitting Criteria and its evaluation, Separation, distance, relevant, statute requirements. Bulk Storages : General considerations Types of storages, layout of storages with specific reference to LPG, Chlorines, Ammonia, EO, Oleum, Sulphur Tri. Plant Inspection : NDT-testing, significance and limitations. Radiography Ultra-sonics, Magnetic Particle Methods, Eddy-Current Method, Die Penetration test strain Measurement. Major Industrial Disasters Case Studies. Transport Safety : 11.1.1 Safety in Transport. Emergency Planning in the transport of hazardous chemicals. Safety Audit, Safety Report : Preparation and Assessment : EIA, Environment Statement : Definition, Inventory, Preparation and Submission of Report to Competent Authority : Safety Check list for Preventive and Emergency Maintenance : TOTAL

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : ENVIROMENTAL MANAGEMENT : 13372

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 100

RATIONALE: This subject deals with environment management system as well as environmental policy, laws, economics which are vary much essential from the point of view of todays environmental problems. DETAILED CONTENTS: Chapter 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Contents Environmental Policy and Laws Environmental Policy Issues and Planning, Corporate Environmental Policies, Water and Air Acts and Rules, Environment (Protection) Act and Rules,Provisions under Factory Act, Public Liability Insurance Act, Guidelines related to Industrial Siting, Coastal Zone Development. Environmental Management Systems Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Process and Methodologies, Administrative Procedure for Environmental Clearances EMP and DMP needs with HAZAN and HAZOP Studies. Environmental Economics : Rules of Taxation, Cess, Water Charges, Biodiversity Damage Assessment and Price Evaluation. Marks Hours

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4.1 Global warning History of Earth climate. 4.2 Carbon Emission Atmospheric gases, Green house gases 4.3 Kyota protocol 4.4 Effects on Human beings, wild life and Natures 4.5 Mitigation measures of Global warming. 5.1 Bio Medical waste, plant and IT waste Lead/Battery waste their treatment and disposal. TOTAL

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : APPLIED ERGONOMICS : 13373

Teaching and Examination Scheme: TEACHING SCHEME TH 04 NOTE: Two tests each of 25 marks to be conducted as per the schedule given by MSBTE. Total of tests marks for all theory subjects are to be converted out of 100 and to be entered in mark sheet under the head Sessional Work. (SW) TU -PR -PAPER HRS. 03 EXAM SCHEME & MAXIMUM MARKS TH 100 PR -OR -TW -TOTAL 50

RATIONALE: This subject deals with the efficiency of the persons those are actually involved in the process of load carrying, handling of tools and machinery, control and display operations at various locations, transportations, handling of high voltage electric works, water works, chemical reaction vessel / plants etc. Thus it is very much necessary to take precautionary measures to protect the life of persons those are involved in the above processes. DETAILED CONTTNTE: Chapter 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 Contents Load Carrying : Limits to load carrying. Physiological basis of work. Muscle System. Lever systems in human body. Physiological problems associated with load carrying (injuries / fatigue etc.) Possible solutions to these problems and general guide lines to avoid such problems Marks Hours

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Hand tools and their use : Design of tools in relation to body postures Hand tools / power tools / specialised tools Body supports / tool supports 2 2.4 Safety while using tools 2.5 Tool boxes / kits 2.6 Tool maintenance / Training in usage. 3.1 Work Station Design : 3.2 Introduction to Anthropometrics. 3.3 Concepts of percentiles (5 th, 50 th, 95th ), averages & how & where to apply these. 3.4 Working heights standing, sitting, semi standing (high stools) 3 3.5 Correct postures Health problems related to wrong postures, back pain etc. fatigue due to sitting. 3.6 Good Chair ? 3.7 Precession tasks vs gross tasks. 3.8 Inspection tasks. 3.9 Key board work station . 4.1 Machine Controls and Displays : 4.2 Location & Sequence of operation. 4.3 Natural expectation of control movement. 4.4 Preventing accidental activation. 4 4.5 Emergency controls ( creating accident scenarios). 4.6 Foot controls. 4.7 Displays digital, analog, arrays, audio signals, coding, labeling, signs & symbols, warnings 5.1 Lighting : 5.2 Direct / indirect lighting / shadows Local vs. general 5 Lighting Glare Measurement of light & acceptable / recommended values for lighting. 6.1 Heat : 6.2 Protection from heat, protective suits / shoes / 6 masks, ventilation & exhausts. 6.3 Good practices, insulation materials. 7.1 Noise : 7.2 Protection from noise, reducing noise levels, 7 good practices, insulation. 8.1 Emergencies : 8 8.2 Fire, Flood, Earthquakes / Emergency Accident Scenarios 8.3 Guidelines for prevention escape routes, exists etc. 9.1 General upkeep : 9.2 Create hassle free, injury free environment, 9 proper aisles for men & material movement, stairs, ramps, hand rails, signage. 10.1 Welfare : 10.2 Baths, toilets, food, drinking water (minimum facilities and their upkeep) 10.3 Recreations & relaxation / facilities Special needs of 10 women 10.4 Creation of possibility of interaction, idea exchange, easy communication MSBTE - Final Copy Dt. 25/05/2009 63

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: ADVANCE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL SAFETY : IT : FIRST : PROJECT : 13351

Teaching and Examination Scheme TEACHING SCHEME TH -TU -PR 02 PAPER HRS -TH -EXAMINATION SCHEME PR -OR 50# TW 50@ TOTAL 100

RATIONALE The main aim of the preparation of project on industrial safety is to judge the knowledge gained by the students during their tenure of the industrial safety programme as well as their exposure to industrial environment and its safety; so that many faceted development of the students can be achieved under various skills of domains such as Personal, social, professional & life long learning. The students will be benefited lot by this exercise of preparation of project on their safety experiences which will certainly add values in their attitudes such as value for health, work commitment, hard working , honesty, problem solving, punctuality, loyalty and independent study.

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Learning Structure: To develop the students from all faces of various domains of skills such as Personal, social, professional & life long learning and make them a perfect human being with awareness of all social responsibilities

Application

Procedures

Methods of preparation of day- to- day record of actual work done in industrial safety. Collection of various related informations about the same. Procedures for preparation of project and its submission .

Principles

Principles of record keeping, data collection, scrutiny and selection for presentation of project.

Concepts

Data of actual work done, subject data, diagrams and results.

Facts

Actual safety experiences, work done, subjects, records, presentation aids.

IMPLEMENTATION STRATEGY The project report is to be assessed by external and internal examiners equally for a) Project assessment 50 marks ( To be reported under title term work TW ) b) Oral based on Project work 50 marks (To be reported under title Oral OR ) Imp. Note:- There should not be any sort of typographical, diagrammatic, chemical titles, chemical formulas / structures and any other mistake/s in the final bound copy of the project report submitted by the candidate.

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