Strategic Business Management Includes Revenue
Agm Ehs And Project Management
Bhardwaj Ramesh
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Dear Friends, Time is dedicated, Reports are written,Follow-up is completed,Yet in a little while a similar accident and an exact injury occurs again. Why?????????????? PFA a nice presentation.
From India, New Delhi

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Dear Ramesh,
Thanks for a good Ppt.
In fact in In India the focus on capturing the near misses is very poor. (Exception some companies)
"I always say a mistake (accident) once can be tolerated, but if the same mistake (accident) again, it is a Crime.
That is what you meant in responsibility / accountability.
Thanks again.

From India, Nasik
Dear Ramesh,

We are humans and we are born to make mistakes. Few are conscious and the rest are sub-conscious. We do mistakes in both state of mind. Organisations are working with the resolution "ZERO ACCIDENTS" but then how many are successful in preventing accidents. Everything is pre-written and nothing can be changed.

All i can say is that,

- keep educating your employees about SAFETY ISSUES @ WORKPLACE,

- Keep REMINDING them about their FAMILY MEMBERS as they are DEPENDENTS. If anything goes wrong, dependents will be in deep trouble.

- Also motivate your employees to deliver work as per QUALITY STANDARDS without COMPROMISING ON SAFETY ISSUES at workplace.

- Train your employees in such a way, "THEY SHOULD NOT DO ANYTHING WITHOUT FOLLOWING SAFETY RULES STRICTLY' - 'NO SAFETY NO WORK" whatsoever may happen because employees are habitual of compromising with safety rules just to complete their job without analyzing the consequences that may arise.


- Keep counseling your employees time-to-time as i was doing it regularly to educate our employees on safety rules.

- Last but not the least, SUPERVISOR or the TEAM LEAD must be a ROLE MODEL for their team members when it comes to PRACTICING SAFETY RULES @ WORKPLACE

If you have queries for clarification, please revert.

With profound regards

From India, Chennai
Excellent presentation.What Mr.Khadir says is absolutely right.That is the advice which will keep the things in line.Have a nice day. S.K.Deshpande, Kandivali East,Mumbai.
From India, Bangalore
Dear sudhir, Thanks for uploading the presentation. It is very useful to all professional related to safety Thanks& regards Ekvasu kandivali east, mumbai
From India, Mumbai
Sir, Besides above technicalities, what would be scenario from HR point of View, especially in ref to complex life style? Any idea. Prakash Patwardhan
From India, Amravati
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