Raghuvaran Chakkaravarthy
Environmental, Health And Safety
Agm Ehs And Project Management
Hr Executive
+5 Others

Dear Seniors , Kindly help by providing sample Safety Manual ( Hindi/ English ) for Chemical Industry . Regards, Abhay
27th December 2010 From India, Mumbai
Dear Abhay, Please find attached Safety Manual. Hope this serve your purpose. Thanks and Warm Regards
27th December 2010 From India, Calcutta

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Dear Abhay,
My personal suggestion is forget about getting a separate Safety Manual. Try to get the operations to include safety aspects in the operating procedures using Job Safety Analysis where operations are involved.
A separate safety manual is only read or used by safety personnel or whenever there is an incident /audit. This then defeats the purpose. It is only as a document in the quality system or a reference (not normally used by the people who need to practise safety.
29th December 2010 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
In the safety manual under the clause-Obligation of Workmen at page-64,the 'not' should be used after 'shall' in all 3 directions for workmen. SKHota
29th December 2010 From India, Calcutta
you can write to National Safety Council, Central Labour INSTITUTE complex, Sion, Mumbai with request for supply of the same.(they have different type of safety norms/precuationary pamplets for different chemicals) Or you may write to Chemical mfgrs. association(addressed to searched on net) and simulteneously make use of the advice given by Mr. Gopinath Pillai.This can help you to come out with a good manual.
29th December 2010 From India, Nagpur
Dear Abhay, I have written a simple HSE management system manual for an Oil & Gas company (upstream) in Sudan. I do not whether it will be useful to you. I am attaching it for your reference.
30th December 2010 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

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@ Gpoinadhan sir ,
First of all thanks you very much for posting such anice reference.
Sir , as per our Quality management system , as mentioned in ur manual most of the thing are addressed in our system.
Actually , Govt. aurhorities wants that short booklet/ manual must be with employees/contract labour so that they get clear idea about overall safety processes in chemical industry . we already told them that we have OEP , we conducts trainings, Mock drills , HAZOP, displays are present at prominant places.
Once again thanks and wish you very happy , safe New year
30th December 2010 From India, Mumbai
one thing always keep in mind that there are two factor which is responsile for any mishap
1. act
the above stated factor are key source for any type of incident
if we are aware abt the above we may keep us away from accident or mishap
As far as chemical industries are concern it very safest as well as very very dangerous that depend upon how we are reacting safety norms if we are alert then chemical industries is very safe otherwise wiseversa,.
although safety manual for different industries are different but basic funda for all safety manual are same .man & machine both are main factor for safety .
there are different safety manual but proper utilisation of safety manual is right act & right condition
there are a lot of aspect related with safety which can't summarise meanwhile.
10th January 2011 From India, Bhopal
Dear All,
Let me share with you a .ppt I prepared to train on Accident/Incident Investigation Management.
Maybe useful.
Also included a file Incident Cost Calculator - I got this from HSE Executive in UK. this is useful to show management the hidden costs with regards to lost productivity in conducting an investigation.
11th January 2011 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

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Dear Gopi,
Thanks a lot for sharing such a wonderful ppt & doct.Incident cost calculator its help to put on light our higher officials(who not follow the safety). . .
Thanks !!! again. . .
Dear Raj,
Thanks for your input. . .
Keep on sharing & gaining. . .
11th January 2011 From United States, Fpo
i’m requesting safety manual.. about this slogan "Safety is as simple as ABC…Always Be Careful." can you help me?
24th September 2011 From Philippines, Bagumbayan
dear all, thanks for all the shares, can anyone please tell me what the difference is between HSE MANUAL and HSE PROCEDURES, i will be glad if shown with samples. thanks. andy O
17th July 2012 From Nigeria, Lagos
Dear Mr. Pillai,
Your idea of Incident cost calculator is excellent.
This is very effective to get financial approvals for the identified safety management programs.
This has added value.
Thanks for the inputs.
18th July 2012 From India, Nasik
Dear All,
I have just drafted an Integrated Management System (integrating QHSE) fora drilling company based in Malaysia including drafting their policy, vision, mission etc. Let me know what you think
22nd July 2012 From Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur

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Dear Gopinadhan Pillai, Welcome back,, Nice to see your updates after a very long time. Thanks for sharing a draft of Integrated management system with us. Keep on touch. . .
22nd July 2012 From United States, Fpo
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