Safety Training For The Focus Four Hazards In The Industry : PPT - CiteHR
V.Raghunathan
Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Bhardwaj Ramesh
Sr.manager-hr&admn
Ppatodi
Service
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Dear Friends,
The following hazards are common in any industry :
Electrical Hazards
Struck-By Hazards
Caught-In- Between Hazards and
Fall Hazards
I came accros a very nice presentation and sharing with the team.

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Hi there,
We work with chemicals, reactors, centrifuges, hydrogenation plant, nitrogen plant, various stationery & mobile equipments, Dg sets etc. can some one ( please) tell me what is factories act stating on it.
For example: Should all reactors have safety relief valves ( is it mandatory?). what goes for centrifuges?
I have been surfing net for it but to no luck.
Do share your wise knowledge with us so that we too can make our factory a safe working zone.
warm regards.
Hello Mr Ramesh Bharadwaj,
Thank you for the exhaustive and illustrative presentation.
Some of the photos are shocking. Reality of a fatal accident is gruesome to watch.
Hope those who see take appropriate actions .
Learning from others mistakes in retrospect is very important.
V.Raghunathan
Dear RB THis is quite useful presentation. The examples are shocking, but true. Such awareness in industries will help in reducing the number of instances happening in work place THanks Pankaj
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