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2 1 V. N. Patel Director Industrial Safety & Health Gujarat State INDUSTRIAL DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (iDRM) IN GUJARAT STATE

3 2 Appreciation by Central Crisis Group (CCG) constituted by GOI  The CCG committee meeting held on 22/6/2009 at New Delhi expressed its satisfaction on preparedness levels of the two states – Gujarat and Maharashtra for preventing and reducing the consequences of chemical accidents and complimented the good work being carried out by the two States. It was suggested that other States should also establish similar mechanisms for ensuring chemical safety. It was decided that workshops be organized at Mumbai and Ahmedabad inviting other States to familiarize them with the initiatives taken in Maharashtra and Gujarat.

4 3 Map of Gujarat

5 4 High Potential Risk Areas in Gujarat Gujarat has tremendous development in chemical manufacturing and storage sector especially following areas has specific type of large chemical industries and storages  Bharuch : Drug Intermediates, Pesticides, Fertilizers, Colours, Petro Chemicals, Chloro Alkalies.  Baroda : Petroleum Refinery, Petrochemicals, Fertilizers.  Surat : Fertilizers, Hydrocarbons, Natural Gas, Polymers, Alcohol ( Sugar factories )  Valsad : Dyes & intermediates, Dyestuff, Pesticides.  Katch-Kandla : Petrochemicals-Hydrocarbons Bulk storage, Fertilizers.  Jamnagar : Petroleum Refinery, Fertilizers.  Ahmedabad : Dyestuff & Dye Intermediates, Fertilizers  Rajkot: L.P.G. mainly in ceramic industries

6 5 Source of Chemical Emergencies Factories (Storage, Process, Handling and Transportation) Pipe line (CNG, Petroleum Product) Transportation  Road  Railway  Sea  Air

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9 8 Chemical Factories in Gujarat Gujarat is the only state in India where D.I.S.H. has classified and identified chemical factories (which are not M.A.H.) in Class A, B, & C, considering their hazard potential. All MAH factories are inspected by concerned inspector, Regional Head, Joint Director, Industrial Safety & Health and Asst. Director, Industrial Safety & Health (Chemical) once in a year. i.e. MAH unit is inspected three times in a year. The other hazardous units are also inspected minimum once in a year by local factory inspector. Hazardous Chemical Factories in Gujarat-2008 Class of Chemical Factory M.A.H.AB+CTotal

10 9 Mode of Transport of HAZCHEMs Pipe line (CNG, Petroleum Product) Transportation  Road (Fire, Corrosion, Explosion, Toxic Hazards)  Railway (Petroleum Products, Ammonia)  Sea (LNG, Ammonia, Crude oil)  Air (Solid Chemicals)

11 10 Route of Transportation Road  Ahmedabad – Vadodara – Ankleshwar – Panoli – Surat – Valsad – Vapi  Ahmedabad – Limdi – Morbi – Kandla  Rajkot – Kandla  Ahmedabad – Mehsana – Siddhapur – Palanpur  Palanpur - Radhanpur – Samakhiyali  Rajkot – Samakhiyali – Gandhidham – Mundra

12 11 Route of Transportation Rail  Ahmedabad – Vadodara – Surat – Valsad  Mumbai – Valsad – Surat – Vadodara - Kandla  Abu Road – Mehsana – Ahmedabad Port  Kandla  Hazira  GCPTCL & Private Jetty,Dahej Dist:Bharuch Airport – Ahmedabad, vadodara, Jamnagar, Rajkot, Surat etc. Pipeline – GAIL, ONGC, IOCL, ESSAR, LNG Petronet, Reliance

13 12 Types of Emergencies Fire  pool  jet  BLEVE  UNCVCE / CVCE Vessel explosion Toxic release Radiation Corrosion Data access ? National Security ?

14 13 Infrastructure and Resources Available in Gujarat

15 14 Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority (GSDMA) Organization Activities Capacity Building of Stake holders ERC – Setting up of 5 Emergency Response Centers Control room – Strengthening capacities of EOC in all districts Equipments – provide resources for effective emergency response, emergencies equipments Contd….

16 15 Overview Introduction Principles of Disaster Management Phase – I – Pre-disaster Phase – II – Impact phase Phase – III – Disaster Management Phase Gujarat State Disaster Management Policy (GSDMP)

17 16 Prevention / Mitigation Acts / Guidelines The Factories Act, 1948 The Inflammable Substances Act, 1952 The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 The Central Motor Vehicles Rule, 1991 Manufacture, Storage, Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules, 1989 The Chemical (EPPR) Rule, 1996 The Explosive Act, 1984 The Explosive Rules, 1983 The Petroleum Act, 1934 The Petroleum Rules, 2002 The Public Liability Act Contd…

18 17 Prevention / Mitigation Acts / Guidelines International Air Transport Association – Dangerous Goods Regulations International Civil Aviation Organization The Merchant Shipping Rules, 1995 (Carriage of Cargo Rules, The Gujarat State Disaster Management Act 2003 The National Disaster Management Act 2005 IMO Conventions (International Maritime Conventions) Maritime Pollution Conference (MARPOL) Safety of Life at sea – Convention (SOLAS) UN Rules Safety Manual of Railway

19 18 CadreSanctioned Posts Filled up Posts Dy. Director Class-I 218 Asst. Director Class-II 4033 Officer Class-II No. of Inspecting Officers

20 19 National Policy on Safety, Health and Environment at Work place The Union Cabinet has approved the National Policy on SHE at Work place Securing health and safety of workers - the Constitutional provision Provides guidelines for –Government –inspection authorities –Employers –research and development institutions –educational institutions, etc. For developing a safety culture and environment at all work places. Contd ….

21 20 Actions for improving SHE by_ –statutory framework –administrative and technical support –system of incentive –prevention strategies –monitoring –inclusion of safety health and environment aspects in other related national policies. Contd…

22 21 Action programme comprising_ –development of standards and codes of practice –encouraging compliance by stakeholders –increasing awareness –promoting and proving for research and development –knowledge and skill development –practical guidance and providing financial and non-financial incentives. Contd….

23 22 NDMA Guidelines (Include guidelines for on site emergency plan) Introduction Present Status and Context Salient Gapes Guidelines for Chemical Disaster Management Guidelines for Industrial (Chemical) installations and storages Guidelines for transport accidents Approach to implementation for the guidelines Annexure

24 23 Documents (1)Department Circulars – Flood, Security, Chemical disaster, Storm, Earthquake, etc. (2) Literature & Pamphlet – Booklet through Village Disaster Plan - Department Booklet and Pamphlet for public information (3) On-Site Emergency Plan Plans for all MAH Factories Checking of the plan as per check list Rehearsal & updation every year (4) Plan Contains Inventory of hazardous chemicals Hazard Identification Risk Assessment Environment Impact Assessment etc.

25 24 Guideline on Preparation of On- site and Off-site Emergency Plan Office of the Director Industrial Safety & Health, Gujarat State 117 page document

26 25 Important Features Accident Prevention –Internal Safety Survey –Third Party Safety Survey –Pressure Vessel Testing –Non Destructive Testing –Safety / Relief Valve Testing –Fire System Testing Mutual Aid Schemes Resources & Information in 33 Annexure Mock drill Training PPE Communication Assembly Points Liaison with State Authority Hospital Facility Outside Shelter Statutory Information

27 26 (1)Guideline on Preparation of On-site and Off-site Emergency Plan Contains Preliminary Risk Environmental Impact Assessment Emergency Organization Communication System Action On Site Off site Emergency Plan Training Rehearsal & Records

28 27 Index ChapterContentsPage 1.Preliminary1 1. Introduction of this Plan1 2. Identification of the factory1 3. Map of the Area1 4. Definition2 5. Objectives of the Emergency Plan6

29 28 ChapterContentsPage 2.Risk and Environmental Impact Assessment 9 1. Factory Layout9 2. Storage Hazards & Controls10 3. Process & Vessel Hazards & Controls10 4. Other Hazards & Controls10 5. Trade-waste disposal10 6. Records of past incidents11 7. Risk Assessment11 8. Environmental Impact Assessment20

30 29 ChapterContentsPage 3.Emergency Organization23 1. Incident Controller23 2. Site Main Controller25 3. Other Key Personnel27 4. Essential Workers28 5. Assembly Points30 6. Emergency Control Centre31 7. Fire and Toxicity Control Arrangements34 8. Medical Arrangements34 9. Transport and Evacuation Arrangements Pollution Control Arrangements Other Arrangements37

31 30 ChapterContentsPage 4.Communication System39 Raising the alarm39 Declaring the Major Emergency41 Telephone Messages42 Communication of Emergency :42 (a) Inside the factory to the workers42 (b) To key personnel outside normal Working hours45 (c) To the outside emergency services and the authorities 45 (d) To neighboring firms and the general public46

32 31 ChapterContentsPage 5.Action on Site49 1. Co-related Activities49 (a) Pre-emergency activities49 (b) Emergency time activities53 (c) Post-emergency activities53 2. Controlling Emergency54 (A) Flammable Releases54 (B) Toxic Releases55 3. Evacuation & Transportation57 4. Safe close down57 5. Use of Mutual Aid58 6. Use of External Authorities58 7. Medical Treatment58 8. Accounting for personnel58 9. Access to records Public Relations Rehabilitation60

33 32 ChapterContentsPage 6.Off-Site Emergency Plan63 1. Need of the Off-Site Emergency Plan63 2. Structure of the Off-Site Emergency Plan65 3. Role of the factory management67 4. Role of the Emergency Co-ordination Officer (ECO) Role of the Local Authority68 6. Role of the Fire Authorities71 7. Role of the Police & Evacuation Authorities71 8. Role of the Health Authorities73 9. Role of the ‘Mutual Aid’ agencies Role of the Factory Inspectorate73

34 33 ChapterContentsPage 7.Training, Rehearsal and Records75 1. Need of Training & Rehearsal75 2. Some check points77 3. Records and updating the plan79 4. Emergency Instruction Booklet79

35 34 Annex. No.ContentsPage 1.Identification of the factory1/81 2.Map of the Area1/82 3.Factory layout9/83 4Storage Hazards & Control10/84 5.Material Safety Date Sheet10/85 6.Process & Vessel Hazards & Control10/89 7.Other hazards & Control10/90 8.Trade-waste disposal10/91 9.Records of past incidents10/92 10.Gas dispersion concentration19/93 11.Evacuation Table19/94 12.Environmental Impact Assessment22/95 13.Weather conditions22/96 14.Incident Controllers25/97 15.Deputy Incident Controllers25/98 16.Site Main Controllers27/99 17.Key Personnel28/100 Annexure Section

36 35 Annex. No.ContentsPage 18.Essential Workers29/ Assembly Points31/ Emergency Control Centre34/ Fire & Toxicity Control Arrangements34/ Medical Arrangement35/ Transport & Evacuation Arrangements36/ Pollution Control Arrangements37/ Other Arrangements37/ Alarms and Sirens40/ Internal Phones40/ External Phones41/ Nominated persons to declare major emergency42/ A Form to record emergency telephone calls42/ Statutory Communication47/ Separation Distances71/ Emergency Instruction Booklet79/117 Annexure Section

37 36 1.Basic Plan Elements- (25) 2.Hazard / Risk Assessment – (12) 3.Prevention – (18) 4.Direction and Control – (12) 5.Training – (44) 6.Drills and Exercise – (18) 7.Supplies and Equipment – (21) 8.Off-site Resources – (4) 9.Mutual Aid – (14) 10.Detection – (7) 11. Alerting and Warning – (20) 12. Communication – (29) 13. Emergency Response Teams/ Organizations – (21) 14. Facility Evacuation – (16) 15. Security Consideration-(11) 16. Public Relations – (18) 17. Coordination Between Facility and Off-site Organizations – (13) 18. Emergency Shutdown Procedures – (12) 19. Recovery Planning – (9) (2) Check List for On-site Emergency Plan (30 pages and 276 check points)

38 37 (3) District Off-Site Emergency Plans  Department Prepared Plans  25 District Plan prepared as per department guidelines  Compulsory rehearsal every year.  Updation of all plans every year  GIS based emergency plan prepared for 6 districts  Up gradation of GI based plan of above 6 districts given by MoEF  Important Features  Chemical Emergency in MAH industries  Transport Emergency in the district Contd…..

39 38 (4) Guideline on Preparation of Off-site Emergency Plan Office of the Director Industrial Safety & Health, Gujarat State

40 39 1INTRODUCTION1 1.1Preamble1 1.2Legal Background1 1.3Objective and Scope5 1.4Definitions (As per EPA, MSIHC & CEPPR Rules)6 2AREA PROFILE12 2.1General12 2.2Topography12 2.3Meteorological Data12 2.4Industrial Profile (List of MAH & A Category Industries)13 2.5Location & Surroundings of MAH Units16 2.6Demographic (Population) Profile18 INDEX PART- I

41 40 3POTENTIAL FOR OFF-SITE EMERGENCIES19 3.1Hazard Identification & Analysis at MAH Units MAH Units in LCG MAH Units in LCG MAH Units in LCG MAH Units in LCG Transport Emergency Transportation Hazard Potential Major Hazchem Transported Transportation Hazard Potential49 3.3Hazard Identification for Natural & Other Manmade Disasters Flood & Heavy Rain Earthquake Cyclone War51

42 41 4EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ORGANIZATION52 4.1Background52 4.2Composition and Functions of District Crisis Group (DCG) Composition and Functions of Local Crisis Group (LCG) Organograms for Typical Emergencies57 5CONTROL ROOMS59 5.1Aim & Objectives of Control Rooms59 5.2Location of Control Rooms60 5.3Facilities Available at Each Control Room62

43 42 6PRE-EMERGENCY PLANNING & PREPAREDNESS FUNCTIONS67 6.1Introduction67 6.2District Emergency Authority – District Collector (DC)67 6.3Member Secretary – Dy. Director, Industrial Safety & Health, Bharuch Communication Coordinator – GM, Telecom, Bharuch68 6.5Technical Coordinators – 4 Expert in Industrial Health & Safety72 6.6Safety Coordinator – Regional Officer, GPCB73 6.7Fire Service Coordinator – Chief Fire Officer73 6.8Rescue Coordinator – Commandant Home Guard74 6.9Medical Coordinator – Commandant Home Guard Utilities Coordinator – Exect. Engr. (Elect.) - GEB Material Coordinator – District Development Officer Evacuation & Rehabilitation Coordinator – Chief Officer of Municipal Corporation Transport Coordinator – Assistant Transport Commissioner Security Coordinator – Superintendent of Police Public Works Coordinator – Exect. Engg. Public Health Dept Liaison & PR Coordinator – District Information Officer Coordination within Local Crisis Group79

44 43 7PLAN TESTING AND UPDATING81 7.1Introduction81 7.2Desktop Exercise81 7.3Truncated Trials82 7.4Full Scale Testing83 7.5Plan Updation84

45 44 1ACTION PLAN FOR OFF-SITE EMERGENCY Background Scope & Coverage Layout of the Plan Level of Response235 2ACTION PLAN FOR OFF-SITE EMEGENCY – FIRE / EXPLOSIONS Hazard in the Area Chain of Events Notification to Off-site Authorities Establishing Local Command Post (LCP)247 INDEX PART- II

46 45 2.5Immediate Response by First Responders Police Department Fire Department Medical Services Response by Other Response Agencies District Collector (DC) Member Secretary – Dy. Director Industrial Safety & Health, Bharuch Communication Coordinator Technical Coordinator Safety Coordinator Rescue Coordinator Evacuation and Rehabilitation Coordinator Transport Coordinator Utilities Coordinator Material Coordinator Public Works Coordinator Liaison & PR Coordinator265

47 46 3ACTION PLAN FOR OFF-SITE EMERGENCY – LARGE SPILLS General Analysis of MCA Scenarios Areas & Population Likely to be Affected Chain of Events Notification to Off-site Authorities Establishing Local Command Post (LCP) Action by First Responders Police Department Fire Department Medical Services284

48 47 3.8Response by District Collector and Other Response Agencies Member Secretary – Dy. Director Industrial Safety & Health, Bharuch Communication Coordinator Technical Coordinator Safety Coordinator Rescue Coordinator Evacuation and Rehabilitation Coordinator Transport Coordinator Utilities Coordinator Material Coordinator Public Works Coordinator Liaison & PR Coordinator305

49 48 4ACTION PLAN FOR OFF-SITE EMERGENCY – LARGE SPILLS General Analysis of MCA Scenarios Area & Population Likely to be Affected Chain of Events Notification to Off-site Authorities Establishing Local Command Post (LCP) Action by First Responders Police Department Fire Department Medical Services Response by District Collector and Other Response Agencies 320

50 49 5ACTION PLAN FOR OFF-SITE EMERGENCY – HAZCHEM TRANSPORTATION Hazchem Transportation Major Corridors for Hazchem Transportation Major Hazchem Transported Transportation Hazards Analysis of Accident Scenarios Chain of Events Notification to Off-site Authorities Notification to Response Organizations Response by Police, Fire & Medical Departments Technical Coordinator Safety Coordinator Fire Service Coordinator Public Works Coordinator Table of Initial Isolation and Protective Action Distances333

51 50 6POST EMERGENCY ACTIVITIES Structural Inspections after Fires or Explosions Post Incidental Testing for Contamination Waste Disposal Cleanup of Dead or Contaminated Livestock or Wildlife Provision of Alternate Water Supply Re-entry into Evacuated Areas340

52 51 (5) State Disaster Management Plan for Chemical & Industrial Disaster  Prepared in 2004  Reviewed in 2006  Updation as per NDMA guideline is in progress  Technical Experts are declared  Important Feature  The Medical Management Plan  Transport Emergency Plan Contd…..

53 52 State level Disaster Management Plan for Chemical and Industrial Hazards Prepared for the Labour & Employment Department Government of Gujarat Gandhinagar

54 53 1. Introduction 1.1 Objectives 1.2 Action Plan 1.3 Policy Framework 1.4 Scope 1.5 Authorities 1.6 Agencies 1.7 Definitions 1.8 Glossary of Key Terms used in Industrial and Chemical Emergencies

55 54 2. Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis 2.1 An overview of the Industrial scenario 2.2 Location wise Classification of Hazardous Industries 2.3 Industrial concentration 2.4 Classification of chemical/nuclear disasters 2.5 When Natural and Chemical Disasters Collide 2.6 On-site and Off-site Emergency Plan

56 55 Risk Assessment and Vulnerability Analysis (Contd….) 2.7 Consequence Scenario Fire Explosion Toxic release Spillage Human Impact Environmental Consequences Transportation of Hazardous Materials

57 56 3. The Response Plan 3.1 Planning Assumptions The Cycle of Chemical Accidents 3.2 Immediate Response Report Accidents Responsibility of the Industrial Facility Management Control Rooms Issue Alert Set up a Response Command Command and Coordination

58 57 The Response Plan (Contd…) 3.3 Standard Operating Procedure Report to the EOC Secure information about the chemical emergency Inform the Community Establish communication with agencies Deploy Resources Protect Personnel

59 58 4. The Role of Emergency Responders at the State Level 4.1 Fire Services 4.2 Gujarat Pollution Control Board 4.3 Department of Health 4.4 Department of Transport 4.5 Relief Commissioner 4.6 Home Department and Police 4.7 Ports Department 4.8 Airport Authority 4.9 Department of Animal Husbandry

60 59 5. The Medical Management Plan 5.1 Chemical Incident / Accident 5.2 Routes of Exposure 5.3 Identification of Chemicals 5.4 Amount of Exposure 5.5 Health Outcomes of Chemical Disaster 5.6 Rapid Assessment of Health Consequences 5.7 Confirming the existence of a chemical emergency

61 60 The Medical Management Plan (Contd…) 5.8 Determining the source, site, type, size and distribution 5.9 Identifying the types of chemicals and their reaction by-products 5.10 Determining the population at risk and the health impact 5.11 Assessing local response capacity 5.12 Response planning by the Department of health

62 61 The Medical Management Plan (Contd…) 5.13 Need for an Epidemiological Team 5.14 Protocol for Medical Management 5.15 Treatment for specific Hazardous Substances 5.16 Minimum Tests required for Health Hazardous Assessment

63 62 6. The Government of India’s Role 6.1 Function 6.2 Control Room 6.3 Operations 6.4 Facilities 6.5 Composition of the Central Crisis Group 6.6 Duties of Central Crisis Group

64 63 7. Transportation Emergencies for Hazardous Chemicals 7.1 Introduction 7.2 Transportation Route Survey 7.3 The table of initial isolation and protective action distances Factors that may change the Protective Action Distance 7.4 Protective action decision factors to consider

65 64 7. Transportation Emergencies for Hazardous Chemicals (Contd…) 7.5 How to use the table of initial isolation and protective action distances 7.6 Provisions in the Motor Vehicle Act 1988 regarding Transport 7.7 Emergency Control 7.8 Role of Transport Crew 7.9 Role of CCR

66 65 8. Community Preparedness and Public Awareness 8.1 Educational media, Radio, Press and Films 8.2 DOs and DON’Ts for Chemical Hazards 8.3 Precautions to be taken before the commencement of Chemical Disaster with Cyclone

67 66 Information available in the Plan Composition of Central Crisis Group Secretaries to the Government of India State Crisis Group ( Phone Numbers) List of Names and Telephone Numbers of Secretaries Details of important telephones installed at State Headquarter and Various Collectors in Gujarat State Control Rooms District Emergency Response Centres Municipal Commissioners Police Commissioners + Range IG/DIG Contd..…

68 67 Army, Air Force and Coastguard Circuit Houses Divisional Railway Manager, Western Railway Government of India Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority Control Rooms (State & Govt.) Govt. Of India ( Home - Agri Mini. ) Resident Commissioner (Delhi) District Collector of the State District Development Officer of the State Contd…..

69 68 District EOC and Important Numbers Raj Bhavan (H.E. the Governor) Hon. C.M. Office Municipal Commissioners Police Commissioners & DIG's Army, Airforce and Coast Gaurd Old Airport Western Railway Western Railway - Ahmedabad Division Western Railway - Headquarter Office (Mumbai) Contd..…

70 69 India Meteorological Department and Observatories IMD Regional Offices Central Flood Forecasting Organisation (CWC) & Narmada Bhaskaracharya Institute of Space Application & Geoinformatice (BISAG) I.T. And Telecommunication Revenue Department Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority, (GSDMA) Details of Inmarsat telephones Installed District & Taluka wise information Contd…..

71 70 Important Phone Number Key Officials Of GEB In Circle Offices Superintending Engineer - Transmission Circle Office Important Telephone Numbers Of Bsf Officers Health Department GSWAN Network List Of Districtwise Fire Fighting And Hospital Facilities Emergency Treatment And Antidotes For Hazardous Chemicals Contd..…

72 71 Information Regarding District Crisis Group Non Government Organizations Expert Persons List Of Factories Having Storage Capacity Of More Than 200 Tonnes Of Hazardous Chemicals List Of MAH Factories In Gujarat State Maps of Districts

73 72 Other Response Plans Available Civil Defense Plan Natural Disaster Plan ( Flood, Cyclone, Earth Quack ) Salt Worker’s Emergency Plan Village Disaster Plan Taluka Disaster Plan District Disaster Plan Individual Department Emergency Plan (As stated in DM Act) i.e. medical plan etc.

74 73 Local Crisis Groups / Off-Site Emergency Plans  39 Local Crisis Groups in the State  Majority plans prepared  Periodical meeting and rehearsal  Capacity building of stakeholders including general public Contd…..

75 74 Places where District crisis Groups (DCGs) & Local Crisis Groups (LCGs) have been Formed in Gujarat State Sr.No.DistrictHead Quarters of the DCG Local Crisis Groups Formed at 1Ahmedabad 1. Vatva - Narol 2. Naroda - Sabarmati 3. Odhav - Rakhiyal 4. Sanand - Dholka 5. Viramgam 2Anand Khambhat 3Bharuch 1. Bharuch 2. Ankleshwar 3. Zagadia 4. Dahej 4Bhavnagar Mahuva 5Gandhinagar 1. Gandhinagar 2. Kalol

76 75 Sr.No.DistrictHead Quarters of the DCG Local Crisis Groups Formed at 6Jamnagar Dwarka 7Junagadh Veraval 8Amreli Rajula 9Porbandar -- 10KhedaNadiad Matar 11Kutch-BhujBhuj Anjar 12Mehsana Kadi 13Navsari -- 14PanchmahalGodhra Halol-Kalol- Ghoghamba 15Patan Siddhpur 16Rajkot 1. Rajkot 2. Gondal 3. Jetpur 4. Morbi-Vakaner

77 76 Sr.No.DistrictHead Quarters of the DCG Local Crisis Groups Formed at 17SabarkanthaHimmatnagar 18Surat 1. Sachin-Pandesara 2. Hazira-Olpad 3. Vyara-Songadh 19Surendranagar 1. Dhangadhra 2. Limdi 20Vadodara 1. Padra 2. Savli 3. Vaghodia 4. Por 5. PCC 21Valsad 1. Vapi-Sarigam 2. Atul 22DangAahava-- 23Dahod -- 24NarmadaRajpipla-- 25BanaskanthaPalanpur-- TOTAL DISTRICT CRISIS GROUP -25, LOCAL CRISIS GROUP - 39

78 77 District Crisis Group 25 District Crisis Groups in the State Plans are prepared as per department guidelines Periodical meeting, rehearsal Capacity building of stake holders including general public

79 78 Details of rehearsals of District Off-site Emergency Plan (Year ) No.Name of DistrictRehearsal Date of Off-Site Emergency Plan 1Amreli19/3/2009 2Anand19/9/2008 3Vadodara5/3/2009 4Bharuch20/3/2009 5Gandhinagar23/12/2008 6Godhara23/12/2008 7Jamnagar3/1/2009 8Kheda(Nadiad)26/9/2008 9Sabarkantha31/3/ Kutchh26/3/ Mehsana27/3/2009

80 79 Details of rehearsals of District Off-site Emergency Plan (Year ) No.Name of DistrictRehearsal Date of Off-Site Emergency Plan 12Navsari24/3/ Patan16/10/ Rajkot19/12/ Porbandar4/3/ Valsad26/2/ Banaskantha30/9/ Junagadh18/3/ Surat22/3/ Surendranagar26/3/ Ahmedabad26/3/ Bhavnagar24/3/ Dahod26/3/ Narmada21/3/ Dang31/3/2009

81 80 Training Modules Generation Safety Chemical Safety Construction Safety Guideline on ship breaking industries

82 81 Publications Safety Audit as per IS: Static Electricity booklet Training Module for static electricity Gujarat Safety Council – Diary and Calendar Departmental Pamphlets Gyan Vigyan Appatti Jagruti Abhiyan – booklet

83 82 Target Group Approach to Government Centric e-Gov 82  A department web portal

84 83 Features of Departmental Website  Organization setup of the department  Information regarding the laws implemented by this office  All forms and registers  List of Competent Persons  List of MAH factories  Information regarding Disaster Management and related links  Information regarding Antidotes  Registration, license and plan approval procedure for new investors  It has been decided to up load on line information for general public

85 84 Innovations & Break Through  A web based Application Software named “Industrial Disaster Management Information System” developed and hosted on L & E Dept. web site in April Which is unique software of it’s kind in India linking to global knowledge on Industrial Disaster Management. This is an unique attempt of department for knowledge sharing, to have better participation of public for the cause of safety & disaster management.

86 85 Features of “Industrial Disaster Management Information System” Website Emergency / Disaster Management Information Training Material Technical Knowledge International Website approach link

87 86 Innovations & Break Through

88 87  In 2005 Website on Safety in Chemical Industries developed and hosted through “Safety Health & Environment Association” (NGO) as grant in aid project This is an attempt of public participation for the noble cause of safety and disaster management  In 2005 Website on Safety in non Chemical Industries was developed and hosted through Gujarat Safety Council Innovations & Break Through

89 88 Informative website for chemical developed through NGO 88

90 89 Informative website for chemical developed through NGO

91 90 Control Rooms other than by GSDMA  Special Control Rooms established at Vapi, Atul, Ankleshwar, Dahej, Vadodara by industries  Periodical training for capacity building of all stake holders in emergency / disaster  Mitigation activities during emergency. Well Equipped ERC by GSDMA  Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Surat, Kutch, Jamnagar Emergency Centers by GSDMA  Establishment of 26 separate control room in each district Control Rooms

92 91 Approved Training Institutions Safety Officers – RIL, MGLI, Gujarat Safety Council, GNFC Bharuch, Ankleshwar Industries Association, Vapi Industries Association Tata Chemicals, Mithapur EHS Training Institute, Ahmedabad Safety Supervisors – Reliance & Gujarat Safety Council Workers – Gujarat Safety Council, Rural Development Society, SHE Association, Supreme Associates, Transpec Silox Industry.

93 92 Approved Training Institutions First Aid – JK Occupational Health Centre, Gujarat Safety Council Driver – HPCL, Agrawal Rickra Pvt. Ltd., (Gandhidham), AIA, IOCL, Tata Chemicals, BPCL, Gujarat Safety Council. Doctors (Certificate in Industrial Health) – M. S. University, MGLI, NIOH

94 93 Other Supporting Systems Safety officer – 2348 CIH trained doctors – 643 Competent persons – 510 Technical Experts – List given in LCG, DCG, State Plans Documents on Mock drills, rehearsals, photographs etc available with department National Safety Council – Gujarat Chapter- Capacity Building through district level safety seminars Contd….

95 94 Other Supporting Systems Gujarat Safety Council – Capacity Building through State level safety conference Availability of Antidotes Accident Reporting System – Trained officer State Shram Awards Training by NGOs Officers of the Department trained for web- based National Mechanism and Reporting System.

96 95 Accident prevention Departmental circulars – Flood, Security, Chemical Disaster, Storm, Earth Quake etc. Three tier vigorous inspection system i.e. inspector, chemical inspector and regional head (Joint DISH) Safety through joint efforts i.e. co operation of Gujarat Maritime Board at Alang Ship Breaking Yard Smart Goal – (As state recognise for each department On site / Off site Emergency Plan – updation and rehearsal LCG, DCG, SCG – meeting & capacity building training Control Rooms – Capacity building training NDMA Mockdrill

97 96 National Level Mock Exercise Mock –Exercise covering at a time three scenarios in different MAH Units in Hazira Pocket under the code name of SURAT –TRICHEM DISASTER-2008 was conducted on It was unique & first time event in the Country. Mock-Exercise was conducted under the guidelines and direction by ; –National Disaster Management Authority – New Delhi –Disaster Management Institute – Bhopal (M. P.) –Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health, Gujarat State –Gujarat State Disaster Management Authority – Gandhinagar –Surat District Crisis Group, Surat







104 103 Capacity Building No.YearNo. of Programme WorkersExpenditure safety training programmes through NGOs per year. No.YearNo. of Programme WorkersExpenditure lac lac Training to workers by departmental officers

105 104 Induction and Refresher training by large Industries. Celebration of National Safety Day/Week every year 19 days State Level Disaster Management Campaign Literature and Pamphlet –Booklet through VDC plan –Departmental booklet & pamphlet for public information

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107 106 Public Awareness booklet In case of Disaster & Accident

108 107 Prevention Programs - Public Awareness.

109 108 To Handle disasters at Village level and provide Mutual aid to neighboring affected villages Village Disaster Plan

110 109 A State level safety conference is organized every year in association with Gujarat Safety Council Vadodara to create safety awareness among management personnel, supervisors, safety officers and workers. Every year participants take part in the conference Important aspect : - Audio / video Representation - Almost 70 Safety Equipment Exhibition stall - Live Demonstration of latest Safety Equipment - Provide latest technical booklet/papers/material Capacity Building

111 110 Capacity Building Regional Health & Safety Awareness Seminars in connection with celebration of “Year 2008-Year of Industrial Safety & Health” Surat Region A seminar on “Holistic approach to achieve Industrial Safety & Health” was organized at Surat on 9/5/ Participants took part in the seminar. Vadodara Region A seminar on “Holistic approach to achieve Industrial Safety & Health” was organized at Vadodara on 10/5/ Participants took part in the seminar.

112 111 Capacity Building Rajkot Region A seminar on “Industrial Safety & Health” was organized at Rajkot on 20/5/ Participants took part in the seminar. Ahmedabad Region A State level seminar on “Industrial Safety & Health- Challenges & Approaches” was organized at Ahmedabad on 25/6/ Participants took part in the seminar.

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115 114 Specific efforts by D.I.S.H. for Safety Awareness 19 days  In 2005 a State Level Disaster Management Campaign named “Gyan Vigyan Appati Jagruti Abhiyan” in collaboration with Prajapita Brahmakumari’s and Gujarat Safety Council for 19 days was organized by D.I.S.H. throughout Gujarat State, to create awareness for health and safety amongst people persons participated in the Campaign.

116 115 Following topics were discussed during the campaign.  Reasons for disasters.  Missing dimensions in disaster management.  Harmony with nature.  Holistic safety.  Re-establishment of disaster-free peaceful, prosperous and happy society.  Importance of positive thinking in disaster management.  Utility of Rajyoga Meditation in successful facing the disasters. Specific efforts by D.I.S.H. for Safety Awareness (Contd.)



119 118 RALLY – RAJKOT



122 121 A seminar on ‘Industrial safety’ was organized first time in Kutch district on 29th May 2009 at Gandhidham. This seminar was inaugurated by Hon. Minister Shri Vasanbhai Ahir as a Chief Guest. District collector remained present in this seminar. 475 participant were present in this seminar A seminar on ‘Industrial safety’ was organized at Ankleshwar GIDC, district-Bharuch on 12th June This seminar was inaugurated by Hon. Minister Finance, Labour & Employment, Gujarat State Shri Vajubhai Vala as a Chief Guest. District collector was present in this seminar 874 participants were present in the seminar District Level Industrial Safety Seminars

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124 123 Public Awareness through hoardings YearHoardings DisplayedExpenditure Rs lac Rs lac

125 124 DPMC Building Disaster Prevention and Management Centre, Ankleshwar

126 Emergency Handling Data Collection Regarding Hazardous Chemicals and Hazardous Processes, MSDS, Antidotes, Gas Dispersion Resources etc. Safety Awareness Programmes such as –Seminars & Exhibitions –Safety Rally, Safety Drama (Street Play) –Safety Competitions –Fire fighting Competitions –Good Housekeeping Competition etc. Celebration of – National Safety Week, – National Fire Service Day, – DPMC annual day,Industrial Safety Day – World Disaster Prevention Day – World Environment Day etc. Major Activities

127 Training Programmes on –General Safety & Basic Fire Fighting, –Safe Handling of Hazardous Chemicals, –On Site Emergency Plan, –First Aid, –Drivers’ Training –Village Disaster Management Plan –Other Special topics related to Indl. Safety etc. Co-ordination with authorities Off Site Emergency Exercises Activities of Local Crisis Group and District Crisis Group Safety Forum Activities Publication of Safety Bulletin Major Activities

128 127 Major Resources Available No.EquipmentsQuantity 1Multipurpose Tender (DCP / Foam)01 2Foam Tender02 3Water Tender01 4Ambulance01 5Fire Jeep cum Ambulance01 6Wireless systemfor all the vehicles and hand sets 7SBA Set21 8SBA Spare Cylinder16 9ELSA Set02 10ELSA Spare Cylinder01 11Under water BA set02 12Trolley Mounted SBA Set(4 cylinder)01 13Asbestos suit02 14Proximity Suit02 15Fire Entry Suit02

129 128 Major Resources Available No.EquipmentsQuantity 16Chemical Splash Suits12 17Search Camera01 18Hydraulics Power pack – Combi Tool (Spreader & Cutter) and Hydraulic Ram) 01 19Lifting Bags (Pneumatic)02 20Breathing Air-Compressor01 21Boat with Motor Engine02 22Life jackets20 23Lifebuoys10 24Glass management kit01 25Oxy-acetylene cutting set01 26Portable Fire Pump01 27Smoke Extractor01 28Light Mast01 29Generator Set (25 KVA)01

130 129 No.ParticularQuantity 30 Gas detecting Instruments Oxygen Meter01 Explosive Meter01 LPG detector01 SO 2 detector01 Chlorine + Ammonia detector01 Sound detector01 Lux Meter01 ** And other necessary equipments Major Resources Available

131 List of Fire Services available in the area. List of Hospital, Doctors and Ambulances. List of technical experts. List of antidotes and their sources. List of Emergency Equipment. List of transporters & Heavy vehicles suppliers like Crane, JCB List of schools, colleges, community halls, shelters for rehabilitation. List of Voluntary Organization & NGOs. Resources for Lime, Sand etc. Reference books in DPMC Library Details available at Control Room

132 Fire Fighting & Rescue Equipments Gas leak control equipments Gas detecting Equipments Communication system, Telephone, Fax, , wireless. Area map (MAH units, road, hospital, police station, school, shelter, water resources etc.). Toxic Release data w.r.t. wind speed & quantity. Demographic data. Metrological data. / Wind Rose. Facilities available at Control Room

133 Major Equipments procured under IIUS Scheme for upgradation of DPMC. Water Bauzer with Pulling & lifting machine Ambulance, Search Camera Hydraulic Tools ( Spreader/cutter, ram) Lifting Bags (Pneumatic) Fire Entry Suits, Fire Proximity suits, Portable inflatable Light Mast, Wind Velocity & Wind direction meter, Infra red temperature indicator, Breathing apparatus sets (SBA) with Spare cylinders Training Aids Oxy-acetylene cutting plant Special Features of DPMC

134 Successfully handled Major Fires in chemical units of Ankleshwar and nearby Indl. Estates. Help extended during bromine leakage on N.H no. 8 in South Gujarat Successfully handled Ammonia gas leakage in one of the units in GIDC, Ankleshwar. MAJOR EMERGENCIES HANDLED

135 Help extended on leakage of LPG from Rail wagon. Help extended during lifting of overturned road tanker loaded with Propane gas 18 Tonnes) on Halol – Kalol Road, Halol, Dist.- Panchmahal. Help extended during lifting of overturned road tanker loaded with LPG on Jambusar Road, Bharuch. MAJOR EMERGENCIES HANDLED

136 Formation of Teams and selection of active team members. (three tier). Frequent Meetings of individual team members. Frequent meetings of Chairman of all Teams. Role of each team. Training. Information to Public. Mock-Drill. Observation during the mock-drill. Debriefing meeting. Corrective actions on observations. Implementation of the same in case of real emergency. Preparation for Off Site Emergency

137 PRE EXCERISE PREPERATION Selection of site and finalization of scenario. Identification badges for all committee members. Arrangement of various PPE’S needed. Information to public about the rehearsal & precaution to be taken via loudspeaker, cable networking & news papers. OFF SITE EMERGENCY EXERCISE

138 S C E N A R I O Date:August 09,2001 Leakage of about 4-5 mt of Ammonia gas. Rate: 2.2 kg/sec wind speed; 3 met/sec Wind Direction: East - NorthTLV: 25 ppm STEL: 35 ppmIDLH: 500 ppm LEL: 16 %UEL: 25 % RVD: 0.6(AIR=1) CAS: ; Formula: NH 3 M W : OFF SITE EMERGENCY EXERCISE

139 Observation of gas leakage & attempt to control by company OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

140 Neutralisation of Ammonia by sprinkling water. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

141 Removal of the victims from the affected area. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

142 Taking the affected person to the causality response center / Base hospital OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

143 Visit by the Chairmen & Co-coordinators of various committees to declare OFF SITE EMERGENCY. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

144 Opinion of the Expert Committee. (control room) OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

145 Involvement of out side agency for neutralisation of leaked gas with spraying of water. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

146 First aid treatment at company’s OHC. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

147 Involvement of various Police personals to carry out their duties. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

148 Transfer of the affected person to the Base Hospital. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

149 First aid Mobile Center OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

150 Incident Controller in touch with Control room (AIA). OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

151 Chairman DCG, LCG discussing with Chairman of various committees about the actions being taken (control room). OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

152 Rescue of victim from nearby company by specialized team OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

153 IC conveying about the situation at the site. OPERATION PATHFINDER - II, on

154 Evacuation from nearby places during Mock-drill rehearsal. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

155 Arrangement of shelter for the Evacuated persons. OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

156 Confirmations of “ALL CLEAR” signal by Toxicity Committee OPERATION PATHFINDER - II, on

157 Meet with all industrialist after Operation Path Finder-II is over OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

158 Comments on observations from Chairman DCG. The District Collector-Bharuch OPERATION PATHFINDER – II, on

159 Chairman LCG discussing with Chairman of various committees about the actions being taken (control room). OFF SITE EMERGENCY EXERCISE, on to observe World Disaster Deduction Day

160 159 Budget Proposal to GSDMA for the Year & Director Industrial Safety & Health Gujarat State

161 160 Training Module for Workers – Different class of Industries  Different class of industries Ship breaking industries Textile industry Heavy Engineering industry Petrochemical industry Stone crushing industry Dyestuff and intermediate industry Chlorine using factories Oleum using factories Ammonia using factories Construction Industries

162 Working in confined space 2. Working at height 3. Machine guarding 4. Safety system for centrifugal machine 5. Handling chlorine 6. Handling Ammonia 7. General Safety 8. Safety in Construction Work 9. Others Training Module for Workers – Subjects

163 162 Training Module For Supervisors Supervisor is an important link between management and workers. Safety management techniques stresses on the need for safety training to supervisor too. Supervisor, who is in charge of people and equipment, is held responsible by the management not only for creating and maintaining a reasonably safe and healthy work environment at work place, but also for guiding and controlling his workers to follow safe work practices. Supervisor, in addition to his technical know how for his day to day instruction to his worker, should be well versed in proper communication and motivating for safety. Supervisor, should, therefore be exposed to safety training for their competence building in human behaviour and engineering aspects of safety.

164 163 (1) Techniques of accident prevention (2) Plant safety inspection (3) Job safety analysis (4) Accident reporting and record maintenance (5) Safety in the use of machines and protection (6) Fire prevention and fire protection (7) Personal protective equipments. (8) Special safety equipments and controls (9) Emergency preparedness and awareness (10) M.S.D.S. and chemical reaction. (11) Safety committee and presentation (12) Motivation Training Module for Supervisors : Subjects

165 164 Training Module for Occupiers Duties and Responsibilities Hazardous process industries The Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemical Rules, 1989 The Chemical Accidents (Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Response) Rules, 1996 Disaster Management Causes of Accidents Accident Prevention Mutual Aid System

166 165 Safe Operating Procedures To improve the existing occupational safety and health scenario in mines, factories, ports, docks and unorganized sectors of economy, the government enforcement agencies and the management may jointly undertake substantial strengthening in the area of development of standard work procedure, public awareness about safety, safe work procedure, etc.

167 166 In industries, storage, handling, process and transportation hazards create number of accidents. There is no short cut to safety. All activities require proper planning and operation of sequential methods. Scientific approach is required for effective accident prevention. Therefore for every operation safe practice is to be adopted to prevent injuries, property damage and environment. SOP is well planned safe working manner with respect to manufacturing process. So far no work has been done by the department regarding safe operating processes. Safe Operating Procedures

168 167 Safe Operating Procedures Preparation of Safe Operation Procedures (SOP) for specific class of industry, processes and work to reduce accidents –Ship breaking industry –Textile process industry –Chlorine handling –Ammonia handling –Dies and intermediate industries –Fertilizer industries –Bulk drug industries –Working at height –Work in confined space –Process involving major risk of fire and explosion –Multistoried building construction –Construction industries

169 168 ItemAmount Rs. in Lac Preparation of safe operating practice for (i) Ship breaking industry – Rs. 2 lac (ii) Construction industry – Rs. 2 lac (iii) Chlorine handling – Rs. 1 lac 5.00

170 169 Capacity Building To maintain safety & health of workers is very important. 88% of accidents are happening due to unsafe actions of human and therefore to avoid majority of accidents it is necessary to make the behaviour of persons safe. To achieve the objective of prevention of accident, the preparation of training modules and to give training to the workers, supervisors, managers and occupiers of the factories is at most necessary with a view to acquaint them regarding different safety rules and impart the knowledge regarding safety & health at work place. Training modules and training will help a lot in preventing accidents causing injury / death of workers and public. It also helps in reducing property damage and damage to the environment.

171 170 Capacity Building Capacity Building - Workers Supervisors Occupiers LCG Members DCG Members MAH Managers

172 171 Item Amount Rs. in Lac Capacity building (A) To workers as per module (up to 30 workers) one day – (52 x Rs. 25,000) = Rs. 13 lac two day – (26 x Rs.50,000) = Rs. 13 lac Total = Rs. 26 lac (B) To supervisors as per module (up to 30 supervisors) one day – (50 x Rs. 25,000) = Rs lac two day – (20 x Rs.50,000) = Rs. 10 lac Total = Rs lac (C) To occupiers / managers of factories Half day – (26 x Rs. 25,000) = Rs. 6.5 lac (D) To LCG / DCG group members / MAH factories (90 x Rs. 25,000) = Rs lac (Expenditure includes rent of conference room, tea, lunch and training materials) 77.50

173 172 LCD Projectors  Presentation Accident inquiry report Departmental activities Disaster Management Capacity Building Safety Awareness Programme Mock drills etc. Proposed Expenditure 18 nos. for 18 offices 18 x Rs = Rs lac

174 173 Laptops Uses Presentation –Departmental activities –Accident inquiry reports –Disaster Management Data Collection, compilation and analysis Effective monitoring of departmental functions Effective communication to higher and lower level Efficient administration Proposed Expenditure 18 Laptops with data card for 18 offices 18 x Rs = Rs. 9 lac

175 174 Software Soft wares are now the essential tools of any modern activity. Software application for safety health and environment have rapidly grown since the Bhopal disaster HSE are widely differing scientific subjects involving several sciences in themselves. They embody in themselves sciences and knowledge basis are wide ranging as behavioral science, geology, metrology, statistical science, technology, law fluid mechanics, medicines etc to have all these science and knowledge based at fingertips. The application of software has become indispensable. Contd…

176 175 Software New technologies including software have come up in the world for mitigation of the disasters. Different gas dispersion models are available that helps in preparation and mitigation. In case of emergency this can be referred and immediate necessary guidance is obtained. The software is very useful in teaching different scenario of emergencies. Proposed Expenditure Purchase of DNV-UK PHAST / SAFETI (UDM) Software – Rs. 25 lac.

177 176 Preparation & Updation of Emergency Plans as per NDMA Guideline Preparation Local Crisis Plans - 38 No. District Off – site Emergency Plan for Tapi District Updation District Off-site Emergency Plan – 25 Districts State Response Plan

178 177 Digital Camera Accidents take place due to unsafe conditions and unsafe actions on the part of workers. Photography of the fatal and non-fatal incidents, dangerous unsafe conditions, fire, explosion, gas leakage etc. will be useful in giving training to the workers, supervisors, safety officers and management personnel as well as the Inspectors. It creases safety and health awareness among all named above. Thus photography is a tool by which accidents prevention work which is vital function of this department becomes easy.

179 178 Digital Camera It is said that one picture speaks 100 words. From picture, one can easily perceive the thing. Photographs are an effective evidence for Inspectors to plead their cases in the court of law. Effective and proper documentation is possible with photography. History is preserved for a long period in photography. Glorious achievements can be viewed by the next generation to improve their future performance.

180 179 Digital Camera Photography helps in effective presentation of the working of the department. It also helps in highlighting better aspects of the department. In a changes and advanced technological scenario, photography has become the basic requirement of the department. Proposed Expenditure (18 offices x Rs. 20,000) = Rs.3.60 lac

181 180 Preparation of Literature for creating awareness The chemical industrial process on safety health and environment required high level of day to day operative discipline, which is defined as a consistent pattern of desirable behaviour that support successful human activity. The integrated approach will be helpful in many ways, which can need a various type of publication in form of leaflet, books, slogans, posters, etc. It is constant education to the worker in his own language.

182 181  Preparation of publication for public awareness Pamphlets Hand bills Notes on Occupational Safety and Health Posters Banners Films Banners Handbook or booklets Proposed Expenditure Rs lac

183 182 The booklet will consist of 20 to 25 pages, preparing different book on various subjects: (1) Safety motivation (2) Work permit / vessel entry public confined space (3) Work on power press and other machines (4) PPE (5) Material handling (6) Good house keeping - 5 -S system (7) Material safety data sheet (8) what to do during industrial emergency (9) Fencing / railing on various machines (10) Fire and Fire protection (11) Safety in chemical industries (12) Working at height

184 183 Future Planning Training Programmes through NGOs Training Programmes and State level safety conference by GSC Training Programme through NSC – Gujarat Chapter - District Level Training Programmes Workshop on Disaster Management at Ahmedabad Workshop of all CIFs at Vadodara Regional Safety Conference at Rajkot

185 184 Statutory Provisions which partially restricts web network information Section 41-B of the F.A. 1948: Compulsory disclosure of information by the occupier No Model Rules are available under this section for general public Section 118-A of the F.A. 1948: Restriction on disclosure of information Inspector shall treat the information as confidential Section 11 of the Right to information Act 2005: Information regarding third party should not be disclosed unless with prior permission

186 185 Disaster Management Institute Access to information provided on web platform. Identify the existing and relevant database, review documents and assessments and provide direct access to these data/reports. Who ? How ? Whataboutsecurity? Considerprovision of law ? Provide direct links to the requested information so users can easily locate additional information about the selected theme or sub-theme of iDRM. Network Workshop at Jaipur on web platform on 7 th – 8 th August 2009 in coordiation with Government of

187 186 Provide information about the sources of the retrieved data and provide direct access to the data or document collection. National Security? Provision of law ? Provide description of the type of review of the data have undergone. Explore the possibilities about the modus operandi of linkages with the exiting important Indian websites of iDRM related activities and any new idea to enrich the web platform

188 187 Schedule For Year Wise Activities ( ) Sr. No.ActivityComments 1aHuman Resources Development Activity in India TargetSCG/DSC/LCG/ Other Stakeholders from the transportation of hazardous chemicals through road, rail, pipe, etc. routes.

189 188 Topic to be covered for i.On-site Emergency Planning ii.Off-site Emergency Planning iii.Disaster Management Planning iv.Consequence of Risk Assessment v.Hazard Identification Techniques vi.Inventorization and Characterization of Hazardous Chemicals vii.Layer of Protection Analysis for prevention and mitigation viii.Techniques of Safety Integrity Level ix.Mock drill as a preparedness measures x.Human Error & Organization Failure xi.Accident Analysis & Investigation xii.Business Continuity & iDRM Plans 1. Statutory Provisions 2. Institution 3. Motivation, Communication and Appraisal for Safety & Health 4. Awareness Model

190 189 1 b.HRD Activity outside India Foreign Exposure EU/USA/Australia/SE Asia 2.Standardization of Plans, Manuals and Guidelines on: Topics to be covered i.Mock drills / response mechanism ii.On-site / off-site Plans iii.Maximum Credible Loss Scenario iv.Dispersion Models v.Risk Assessment vi.Safety Audit vii.Accident Analysis & Investigation

191 190 3.Web Platform for dissemination of Information  Development of Platform (DMI will use it resources for development of web platform with the support of on going foreign project on iDRM)  Strengthening & Execution with all stake holders  Sustainability of the web platform Data for National Security ? Consider Prohibition of existing Law ? 4.Infrastructure facilities development for CIF/SPCB/CE/Police/Fire/Industries Deptt / Medical / First Responders Equipment + Machinery Strengthening

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