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Ankit Pimpalkar Started The Discussion:

Dear All, I want Safety Supervisor qualification in India for Industry & construction section. Also tell me the references for the same. Thanks Regards, Ankit

dipil -  Member Since: Nov 2009
Dear Mr. Ankit

As per factories act and rules the basic qualification for Safety Officer is as below:

Diploma or Degree in Any Stream of Engineering
+
Degree or diploma in industrial safety recognized by the State Government

nksafety -  Member Since: Mar 2012
Dear Mr. Ankit,
There is no safety supervisor qualification in indian industry and construction. BOCW & FA are guiding the minimum qualification for the Safety officer . What exactly u r looking for?
Regards
NK

maddy_vaibhav -  Member Since: Jul 2011
Dear Mr. Ankit

As per factories act and rules the basic qualification for Safety Officer is as
below:

Any Stream Graduation + Diploma Course Safety Engineering

After 12th Diploma Certificate Course (Safety Engineering) Safety Supervisior
+
After 10th Certificate Course 6 month (Safety Engineering) Safety Steward

Thnx & Regards,

Vaibhav

dipil -  Member Since: Nov 2009
Dear Vaibhav Which state rule is mentioning the following which you said in the above post: After 12th Diploma Certificate Course (Safety Engineering) Safety Supervisior

skylark.jalgaon -  Member Since: May 2012
Dear Ankit, We are professionally managed Job consultancy in Jalgaon(M.S.). We have huge safety officers data base with us.If you require our services plz email us.

munnabhai1971 -  Member Since: May 2011
Dear Ankit,

"Safety Suprviosr" is no position in any act or rule

The managment of any industry or contruction site appoint this position to assist there safety officer in his job considering the nature of hazards in it.

This means you can appoint any person as Safety Supervisor because he is responsible only to his boss or Safety officer/Manager.


Mangesh Wakodkar

Aurangabad

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ankit Pimpalkar View Post
Dear All,

I want Safety Supervisor qualification in India for Industry & construction section. Also tell me the references for the same.

Thanks

Regards,

Ankit

Gajanan Bhat -  Member Since: May 2012
Dear All,

As per the Factories act 1948 and subsequent rules wrt it the minimum qualification for a safety officer is as below.
1. Graduation with science or diploma / degree in engineering
2. Diploma in industrial safety from recognised institution ( RLI/CLI)
3. Minimum a five years of experience in manufacturing industries.


Regards

Gajanan Bhat.
Bangalore

Ankit Pimpalkar -  Member Since: May 2012
Dear All, Thanks for given your important time. I got satisfactory answer by all of you but specially Mr. Mangesh Wakodkar’s answer. Thank you once again. Regards, Ankit




 
 
 
 





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