Investigation Report Of Fatal Accident - PDF Download - CiteHR
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Dipil
Safety Consultant
Raghuvaran Chakkaravarthy
Environmental, Health And Safety
Hansa Vyas
A Good Learner Always
Pon1965
Construction
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Dear All
Go through the attachment on fatality occured on 06.06.2011 during the structural steel assembly on ground floor...
This incident shows that we have to take care of each activity, even it's happening in ground floor...
Let's do our best to avoid occurance of such things in our area of control...
FOR THE ATTACHMENT GO TO THE NEXT PAGE POSTING OF MR. RAGHU

Dear Mr. Dipil How could you manage to get it from L&T. Hope you might have taken prior permission from the appropriate authority in L&T before uploading the same. Thanks for sharing
Dipil,
I would suggest to remove the attachment as it carries the info. of many persons. I am also an ex-L&T employee and associated with many Cement projects implementation. In cement plants, the accident rate is high compared to other plants. No doubt, the investigation report is exhaustive and cover all the possible lapses.
Pon

Dear Dipil,
I do agree with Pon & Bhasker. We should not attach such reports on such site but I think that your idea was to just show everyone "How to make a good report" & "How to remove such hazard from our sights". Anyways it is helpful in both the ways.
Dear All,
Kindly consider these names as sudo names. They may not be real names. Just learn from the incedent.
Regards,
Inderjeet Singh"Born to lead"

Dear All

Thanks for the feedback given...

Let me express my feelings upon the comments:

1. I have not taken any permission from any authority of L&T. Just share what I received?
2. This is not a copyrighted material. Nothing such mention on the entire document. So I think no permission required to post such document. This already shared amongst all our employees by one of the top management representative. Hence you can think the information flow.
3. Nowadays Cement Plants are taking safety seriously and accident rates and just reducing drastically comparing to the scenario of atleast three years back...
4. Lot of International Players come to indian market in cement which initiates this change. Mainly Lafarge, Holicim, Hedalberge, Etc.
5. Our Group (Aditya Birla Group) taken a lot new initiatives towards safety excellance journey in whcih one of the major one is engaging M/s. DuPont as our Safety Consultant. Day by day improving safety standards and no doubt incident rates are on downword trend. Likewise many Indian Cement Inductries tie-up with M/s. DuPont who is having more than 200 years of industrial experience.
6. Finally making such report itself showing the company's seriousness towards safety. The committment towards safety. They are taking it very seriously. So one who read it will think that in such a way only. Somehow a bad news, but no doubt a credibility to the top management committment towards safety. This shows they really want to avoid such occurance in future.
7. When all company in India is becoming this much open then, Oppertunities for Improvement will be available to all, which surely help in reducing the Industrial accidents.
8. About the names in the document. The document not blaming any of them. Just remeber the aim of the investigation is to figure out the Key Factors (Root Causes) of the incident. This document doing exactly that only.

Now hope to get your coments please... If you feel still this attachment to be removed, I am ready for that...

Dear Dipil,
Sharing of this type of things are common. Don't think that permission is required or not. If fatat accident is there, it will come out automatically, if no one will share.
Do you think it had not been published in the news paper?
Keep sharing!!
Shailesh

Dear Dipil,
You expressed your feeling nicely. It is true that no permission is required. And as I already said that I think that your idea was to just show everyone "How to make a good report" & "How to remove such hazard from our sights". Anyways it is helpful in both the ways.
So keep on sharing good things.
Regards,
Inderjeet Singh "Born to Lead"

Dear dipil,

I am agree with you Mr.dipil its not said copy right material but, L&T policy (not only L&T most of MNC company's, even your company not allow(aditya birla group)) should not allow to share like the attached info in public websites.

I seen most of company's shared fatalities/reported accidents in public websites but, they never mentioned employee name and company name.

This is sample one we did always for our company and share with collegues.

i.e., Around 1830 hrs at XXX site south side while employee handling the cement bricks unfortunately employee loss the balance employee caught finger injury. Immediately employee received medical treatment. Employee back to work after getting treatment

Root cause;

direct cause;

indirect cause;

etc..,,,,

Note: We never mentioned name of employee even he or she and location/site.

I followed the above written format always for accident investigation.

I have the presentation for accident reporting its very very good one, first will check with my company policy it will allow to share will upload on this thread.

Mr.dipil did you have pdf editor if yes means just edit your attached file put black on company name and employee name upload the same problem solved.

Dear Inder,

You expressed your feeling nicely. It is true that no permission is required. And as I already said that I think that your idea was to just show everyone "How to make a good report" & "How to remove such hazard from our sights". Anyways it is helpful in both the ways.

I have one question to you your company will allow to share your fatality/investigation reports with company name in public websites?

Dear Shailesh,

Mr.Shaileh News papers and medias have right to publish the news(most of cases even media and news paper change the employee names). Public website havenít a rights to share.

Dear Pon & Boss,

Your % right.

Dear dipil,

Anyhow thanks for sharing. Itís my opinion.

Waiting for commands.

Dear Raghu
Thanks for your open feedback.
Being an Employee of L&T, you may be in trouble if you share scuh material in networking site because of company policy... But I not think that their company policy is applicable to me...
Then nowadays companies are publicing fatality notices with thier name... Companies like I mentioned earlier Lafarge, Holcim, etc... Our group Cement Division also start distributing Black Corner Notices against each fatality occured among group... I am having it... I not share my companies document openly here, cause I don't know whether it's against company policy or not... Others if you wish I can upload for your referance...
Raghu I feel nowadays MNC's change thier concepts... Sharing of any info will be an added advertisement for them... They are promoting it... I hope so...
Dear Shailesh & Inderjeet
Thanks for the feedback... Keep on sharing...

Dear Raghu,
You expressed your feeling nicely. It is true that no permission is required. And as I already said that I think that your idea was to just show everyone "How to make a good report" & "How to remove such hazard from our sights". Anyways it is helpful in both the ways.
I have one question to you your company will allow to share your fatality/investigation reports with company name in public websites?
My Answer is..
Offcourse not..
But, also my company will not run after you if you manage to get that report & will share the same because you are not bound with the policies. It is me who is bound & can not share.
Anyways guysssssssss.. I think it is enough now.. We should do some productive work instead of discussing this any more.
Regards,
Inderjeet Singh"Born to lead"


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