dipil
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Dear Mr. Rajesh
There are a lot of threads already in this forum from which you will get the desired details.
Go through the following links:
1. https://www.citehr.com/33561-emergen...n-factory.html
2. https://www.citehr.com/279108-emerge...tion-plan.html
3. https://www.citehr.com/131748-emerge...-emrgency.html
4. https://www.citehr.com/252493-site-emergency.html
5. https://www.citehr.com/131359-emerge...ency-plan.html
Still need anything further please come forward. Surely will get help from the members in the forum.
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V

From India
Dear Members,
This is a great forum that gives professionals an opportunity to share information. However, some of our sharing needs to be improved in terms writing. We need to spend some time re reading what we are sharing and checking on the spellings. The information should not be shared in manner we do texts on our mobile phones. Let us check the spellings and grammer.
This is a great forum.

From Sweden, Malmö
please attach example here
wheel chock not in place at rear wheel of tractor - Hazards ( unsafe Acts Unsafe conditions)
lift truck is driven into truck trailer and trailer moves - NEAR MISS
driver jump to the ground and sprains his ankle ---- injury required medical Attention
driver jump to the ground and breaks his leg - Lost time injuries
truck trailer moves, driver jumps to the ground and left truck roll over him - serious incident

From India, Pune
Hello , kindly say what is criteria for reward of nearmiss reporting.
From India, undefined
Mr. Mahesh Haridas

I give my points of opinion on the example.

If I am correct, a wheel chock is a wedge of sturdy, durable material that is used to prevent the accidental movement of a vehicle. If chock is provided / made available / user friendly, then when the operator has been well instructed / trained to use it, when parking, then it would amount to unsafe act. If the chock is not available for the operator to use it when in need, then the condition is unsafe condition. The same is too heavy for the operator to lift it / user friendly, or no supervisor / co-workers insist / or follows in the organization as a procedure, then it would amount to failure in Safety procedure, and the System is responsible.

‘lift truck is driven into truck trailer and trailer moves’ is also when analyzed, you will be surprised to find that either the lift truck driver is not trained properly or lift truck breaking system is not working proper. Though you may call it “near miss” soon will end up a major incident, since the same is the Procedure and system failure, of checking the tools are not done periodically as per the written down procedure.

“Driver jump to the ground and sprains his ankle” may be due to the height / size of the operator additional step / supporting structure, if required to be provided for getting in and out. This can be found out when in observation of the procedure. The system is responsible.

On all the above cases, if you go into the details / observation. you will end up in finding that worker / operator cannot be held responsible. As a responsible Management it becomes his responsibility to provide a safe procedure / environment / culture for safe working of operators / workmen.

From India, Madras

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