Dear Seniors ,
What are Statutory Requirements for Boiler House ( Briquette fired Boiler ).
Kindly guide on following points.
1. Displays
2. PPE
3. Competency of Boiler operator & helpers
4. Training
5. Housekeeping
6. Dust/ Heat Stress etc.
Other if any from Safety point of view.

From India, Mumbai

Dear Abhay

Let me try to answer your questions.

Statutory Requirement applicable to any boilers in India will be : 1. Indian Boiler Regulations (IBR) -1950, 2. Indian Boilers Act 1923. Refer the same for details.

1. Displays

General Safety Posters Disply, Any specific process hazards involved and it's precautions - this you will get only after a detailed risk assessment of your Briquette fired Boiler... Take the help of your safety pro and process peoples... Display of sound level also required...

2. PPE = All PPE as per job requirements.

3. Competency of Boiler operator & helpers = Refer the attachment, may be helpful to you.

4. Training = Site wise training needs to be identified and accordingly impart.

5. Housekeeping = it's not something different from other plants.

6. Dust/ Heat Stress etc. = Monitoring for dust emmissions and take control mesaures accordingly... Take help of your environment guys... Heat stress also needs study and accordingly apply control measures...

Also you may get one or two files to download from the below thread...

Even though my above answers are not perfect hope it will help you somehow...

Looking forward to hear from other members also about the topic...

From India

Attached Files
File Type: doc General Working of Boilers.doc (38.0 KB, 335 views)

Dipilji ,
Thanx . Waiting to hear from other members also about the topic.

From India, Mumbai
dear abhay,
kindly regret for delayed reply. i'm sharing my experience on the same.
1. Displays - Hot surface displays, safety signages
2. PPE - Leather gloves while working in hot surfaces, ear plugs due to noise, goggles, safety shoes & hard hats
3. Competency of Boiler operator & helpers - All boiler operators should have BOE certificate & helpers should be of ITI (this varies from company to company)
4. Training - Operational training on the spot & before giving the individual charge of the area, he should be parallely accomodated with the seniur operator, till the operator gets confidence on his job.
5. Housekeeping - as usual in all operational areas
6. Dust/ Heat Stress etc. - Inorder to overcome the dust, they should use the dust mask. For heat stress, they have to take liquid drinks like butter milk, lemon juice to with stand
also, i have a small material on the same. pls. see, if it suits you

From India, Delhi

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Boiler Safety.pdf (7.6 KB, 522 views)

Dear Dipil & KVS,
Thanks for your boiler related materials/documents both of u rectify his query by your docuents. . . Thanks again.
Dear abhay,
I am in construction only mate thats why i am not interfere on this topic dont mistake me. . .
Thanks & Besafe

From United States, Fpo
dear ragu,
dont worry on this. if you know, you can share or with the available materials learn from this.
most of the time, i do the same. its better to keep mum, instead of guiding in a wrong direction.

From India, Delhi
Dear all, Can anyone share me the Legal register for Indian Boiler Act and rules. thanking you, Satish.N
From India, Visakhapatnam

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