Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rule ( MSIHC ) – 1989. Preparation of On – Site Emergency Plan by the occupier. Details to be furnished as per Schedule – 11 Preparation of Off– Site Emergency Plan by the authorities as specified in Schedule 5 Details to be furnished as per Schedule – 12
Disaster Management Planning both on- site and off-site should be with following components: A. Risk Assessment & Management B. Emergency Preparedness C. Community Dialogue
Priority for the state of Manipur LPG, Propane ( under pressure in liquid phase) Ammonia ( under pressure/refrigeration in liquid phase) Chlorine ( under pressure in liquid phase )
Causality chain Emission Environmental distribution Exposure Effects MODELLING or MONITORING
Hazard identification Accident scenario development Fault tree development Quantitative hazard assessment Probabilistic hazard assessment Consequences analysis Fault tree analysis Risk estimation Whether risk is in acceptance? Suggest maintenance measures to control risk Apply maintenance measures and re- evaluate risk No End Yes Start Fault tree for the envisaged scenario What may go wrong? What would be the impacts? How it may go wrong? How likely its occurrence? What maintenance schedule would reduce its likelihood of occurrence?