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Dear sir, on site emergency plan prepared by whom and who will approve the plan regards. sunil
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Dear all,

If the industries come under MAH i.e,

Major Accident hazard unit than it is mandatory to prepare Disaster management plan & to conduct Mock drills -both on site & off site, depending on how much will it effect near by locality also.

As Dipil said We can prepare it or there are some organizations also like DMI, Disaster managenent Institute, Bhopal who may also help to make the plan.

Even NDMA also conducts Zone wise Mock drill to see the preparations of the company, its Mutal Aid scheme, It also include adminastration & other departments too if Off-site.

The planning & responsibilities may include the foolowing:

Role & responsibilites of:

Name & Address of Person Furnishing Information

1.0 Persons Furnishing the Information

Key Persons & Their Responsibilities

2.0 Introduction

2.1 Organizational structure for handling major emergencies/ disasters

2.2 Role & Responsibility of Coordinators

Details of Outside Organisations

3.1 Preliminary Hazard Analysis

3.2 Types of Accidents

3.3 Responsibility of the outside Agencies and/or the Key Personnel/ Phone numbers

Details of Liaison Between Organisations

4.1 Liaison arrangement between organization

Preliminary Hazard Analysis

5.1 Types of Accidents

5.2 System Elements or Events leading to Major Accident

5.3 Hazards

5.4 Safety Relevant Components in Company

Details About the Site

6.1 Details about the site

6.2 Location of Hazardous Chemicals

6.3 Organization structure for Handling Major emergency/ Disaster

6.4 Seat of Key Personnel

6.5 Emergency Control Centre

6.6 Assembly Points

Description of Hazardous Chemicals

7.1 Hazardous Chemicals

7.2 Properties of Hazardous Chemicals

7.3 Control of Hazards

Consequences Analysis/ Dangers to Plant

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Meteorological Data

8.3 Maximum Credible Loss Scenarios

8.4 Consequence Evaluations for Chlorine

8.5 Considered zones for consequence analysis for flammable/ explosive chemicals

Stress & Strain caused during Normal Operation

9.1 Process Description

9.2 Fire & Explosion Inside the Plant and its effects outside

9.3 Conclusion

Details regarding Warnings / Alarms, Safety security systems, etc.

10.1 Warning & Alarm for various emergencies

10.2 Emergency Alarms

10.3 Security System

10.4 Emergency Light/Power Supply

10.5 Precaution in design of Foundation, etc.

10.6 Disaster Control Management Plan

10.7 Utility & Support Services

10.8 Teams for Emergency Management

10.9 Identification of Emergency Teams

10.10 Declaration of Emergency & Evacuation

10.11 Functions to be performed during response

10.12 Maintenance & Good Engineering Practices

Communication Facilities

11.1 Communication during Emergency

11.2 Declaration of Emergency

11.3 Communication to the public and media

11.4 Infrastructure available for Emergency

11.5 Contact Information for Key persons-CLZS

11.6 List of Govt. officers Phone numbers

Fire Fighting Facilities

12.1 Fire Fighting Facilities

Details of Medical Faciltites

13.1 Medical Facilities

Role & responsibilties:

Chief Emergency controller (Occupier)

Site Controller (unit Head)

Incident controller (Plant Head)

Shutdown cordinator (Plant Head)

Safety & Fire coordinator (safety Deptt)

Facilities Coordinator- HR & admin

Medical Coordinator- CMO

Traffic security Coordinator-CSO

Communication Coordinator- HSE or HR

Public relation coordinator-PRO

Power coordinator- Electrical Head will be involved in Mock Drills

Regards,

Hansa Vyas
Dear pialli,Dipil sir, How can select the assembly points in the factory ,if any emergency.Actually how can design the safety assembly points in factory.Kindly guide us. Regards/prasad.
Dear Prasad

As per my knowledge there are no guidelines in any rules/act regarding developing assembly point at specific location in specific manner...

We have to select such a location which is safe and centralised where people can quickly gather at the time of emergency... It can be an open space far from tall structures... It should be in such a location which is easily accessible to all the employees.... The main purpose is that one can make a head count of the employees once they gather at assembly point... May not give preference to near main plant gate, as in case of sabotage controlling the public will be a tough task at gate... hence a place near gate will not be seems safe... You can think upon it and with little survey find out a suitable space for Assembly Point...

If your plant/construction site is big, you may think of make two or three Assembly Points accordingly... All such places should be having clear identification boards and all should be trained about Assembly Points and must be familiar about the same.. For this mock drill to be conducted...

If need any further input on this regards, please do write back....
Hell Mr. Shailesh,
Good Afternoon,
Myself Deshraj Singh arya is working in Ashok leyland Ltd as a manager - Safety.I found your Mock drill exercise at Cite hr & interacted with you.Pls. keep in touch.
Regds.
Deshraj Singh Arya
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Dear All, PFA Fire incident report format. Regards S Patel 8093098079

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As per Factory Act, is the On Site Emergency Plan has to be taken from some competent authority, like Chartered Engineers, etc., as I am confused. Thanks, Aliciahr
Dear All,
Can any one share me Role definition of EHS Manager.
Herewith i attached one sample sheet, is it right one?
Request to suggest or share any relevant advance role definition format of EHS Manager.
Thanks.
Vikas Joshi

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Hi,
Can any one share me the below details.
To whom/ which govt .authority we need to submit the onsite emergency plan .
Also need the procedures involved in it.
Thank you in advance.
Regards
Manivannan
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