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Raghuvaran Chakkaravarthy
Environmental, Health And Safety
Kesava Pillai
Occupational Safety & Health
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
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Hi All,
I am doing my M.tech on industrial safety, as the part of my studies, i want to do my projects on safety. As i am new to this field, i am feeling so much difficulty in finding a project topic. So please provide me some project topics related to industrial safety field
thank you
M.tech ISE

From India, Kollam
Dear Mr. Vishnu
First of all warm welcome to this great site... Hope you will find lot things in this site to learn... We are having many trained and experience senior safety professionals to guide us here... Hope this will be a great experience to you...
Now you go through the below link, hopefully you will get some idea... If not come up with your specific need, surely any of the forum members will help you...
All the very best for your project work...

From India
Dear Vishnu,

I can understand your plight. But there are always people around to help.
For you it may be difficult to find a suitable topic now. How ever; if guided you will find thousands of safety topics untouched. There is a vast field around in safety. Remember, under the sky there is no topic without having a safety concern.

I am listing a few which may be a little revolutionary for you. I do not advise you to pick up any from the list. In case you need I may be able to add a thousand more. But it is you who have to pick up the one most suitable to your thinking and caliber. It requires some effort to complete a good project work. It is also easy just to copy somebody’s project report and satisfy the course requirement. I will only advise you to take that effort and do it yourself.

Psychological and physiological aspects of accident prevention.
Use and abuse of personal protective equipment
Criminal offenses behind confined space fatalities.
Inadequacy of statutory systems in India and Increasing number of Industrial accidents.
To integrate Safety Education in Indian Technical Training- Curriculum.
Working safely around concrete
Meeting the Challenges of Safety Management in Construction Works
Dangers of construction equipment and remedies
Role of ergonomics in Industrial safety today
A study on accidents from Cave Ins in India
Occupational Diseases in Indian Industries
Questionable Industrial Accident Investigation reports - a hindrance to progress in industrial safety
Hygiene and Indian Industries.
Why Indian Government is blind to Construction safety.
Government’s Role is to declare compensation for construction fatalities - not to prevent accidents.
Indian Accident statistics.

Good luck,

Kesava Pillai

From India, Kollam
Dear Kesav sir,
Thanks for quick response and advice to our new member. Keep on watching and US sir.
Dear dipil,
Thanks for your response of our team member query.
Dear Vishnu,
Mr.kesav sir explained well about your query please let me know. . .

From United States, Fpo
Thank you very very much for helping me on this critical situation....I wish my sincere thanks to Kesava Pillai sir, Dipil Kumar, Raghuvaran chakkaravarthy.. Thanking you all Vishnu
From India, Kollam
Dear Vishnu,

Others have given you some sound advice. So, I will raise some questions first and then give some pointers.

Where are you doing the course and in which mode? Please tell me which topic or field was not new when you started studying? When I started on my post-grad diploma in management, all the topics were new as I had an engineering degree. when I started on the engineering degree after BSc degree all the topics were new.

Have you studied Research Methodology as a subject in your course? If not, kindly see my post on that subject, at CiteHR. If you have, then you should have come across the concept of the "Funnell Approach". It is used to narrow down a topic in a field, for example, Industrial Safety. The way to choose a topic is to decide what you feel passionate about in that field, where you can get access to do primary research, what interests the organisation or what is needed by them, the time and other resources you have at your disposal, etc.

The best way to decide on a short list of topics is to search, access, and read scholarly articles/reports. To set you on the course here is a link. <link outdated-removed> found at Google

Have a nice day.
Learning and Teaching Fellow (Retd.)
The University of Bolton, UK.

"It is never too late to learn or improve oneself"

From United Kingdom
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