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  1. Infrastructure Self Discipline Rules & Regulations ( Ordinances) Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  2. Attitude Perception Govt. Support Industry / Institutions Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  3. Emergency Control Room Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  4. Infrastructure Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  5. Fire Brigade in Germany • Considered as first responder • Locations are Widespread • Organization attracts people to join the service voluntarily • Local government stands on the performance of fire brigade • Latest technology is widely used – GPS • High standard Infrastructure & training module Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  6. Fire Brigade in Germany • 95% of the Fire men are volunteers • Response time : 8 – 12 min. • Professionals & Volunteers do the same job at same place. • Strength of Fire Brigade Personnel : 1,100,000 • Aid agency : 470,000 • Police : 255,000 • Armed forces : 250,000 • GFA technical staff : 80,000 Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  7. TUIS Emergency Call System Scene of accident Authorized public authority (e.g. police, public fire brigade) • TUIS member company as included in the list of companies, e.g. • a company near the site of accident • a manufacturer • Emergency call centers • Telephone exchange within • the Federal Republic of Germany • Europe Level 1 Advice given by phone Level 2 Expert Advice on the scene Level 3 Technical Assistance on the scene Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  8. Level 1 - Advice given by phone • Consultation in local language given by the Technical Officer of the companies fire department in case of incidents and accidents involving hazardous materials during transportation (rail, road, waterway), in production facilities or warehouses, depending on • Special Situation on the scene • Weather conditions on the scene • Location, Neighborhood • Form of Information • Characteristics / Hazard / Impact • Address of the producer • Tactical advices to the Incident • Commander on the scene • Waste disposal treatment • Recommended technical equipment and personal protection Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  9. Level 2 – Expert Advice on the Scene Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  10. Technical Equipment - Level 3 Mobile flare Capacity: ca. 250 kg/h Propane ca. 350 kg/h Ethylene Intended for use in emergency cases e.g. Pumping propylene from a derailed pressurized tank car to an empty one. Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  11. Technical Equipment - Level 3 ROBI in action Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  12. Technical Equipment - Level 3 Mobile Chlorine Absorption Unit Chlorine absorption: 150 kg/h Absorbency:300 kg Cleaning it to an extent that the exhaust gas chlorine concentration is less than 10 mg/m3 (ppm) Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  13. Technical Equipment - Level 3 Turbo-Extinguisher Chassis: MAN LX 90 Power: 198 kW Equipment: 2 x Turbines Larzac 04C6 (Alphajet) each with 13.1 kN thrust Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  14. BASF Industry Experience Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

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  16. BASF Sanofi Aventies Industry Experience Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

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  18. BASF Sanofy Aventies Industry Experience Bochringer Ingelheim Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

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  20. BASF AFT Sanofy Aventies Industry Experience TanQuid Bochringer Ingelheim Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

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  25. Ways to Achieve There are two ways Implementation role Visionary role Doing things right Doing the right thing Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  26. People Environment Assets Production L O S S Liasoning with different authorities – Time and cost management Share holders Government Action ( Permits&Enforcements C A U S E S Substandard Practices Substandard conditions Substandard Quality Inventory Management Risks Enforcement Risks People Management C O N T R O L Inadequate Program Inadequate compliance to standards Project Delays Financial Pressure Reducing risks PROACTIVELY is better than dealing with the impact and losses REACTIVELY

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  28. Factors Ignored: Business leader ignores factual data Believes consultant data as ultimate data Undermine residual risks and does not assess strengths and weakness of the project Team works in line with the business leader expectations and suppress the facts.

  29. REMEMBER: • The quantity of input data is an important factor in determining the uncertainty of results • Determinations of thresholds and limits regarding the acceptability of variations and variability is considered as valuable inputs • Socially relevant factors needs to considered and to what extent personal responsibility must be considered. There is no important work than providing Safe workplace to employees and society.

  30. The Risk Assessment : • Think Differently…. • No Sacred Cows…Ask Why at Least 5 Times • 20% Think, 40% Do, 40% Re-do…start now • Think simple, mind of a 10 year old • Be creative…spend no money The challenge is to prioritize effort and close the gap between paperwork and practice.

  31. PLAN ALL THE WAY • TO THE END Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  32. PRAGMATIC APPROACH • Make an estimate of the negative impact of each risk, express it in terms of cost – taste it. Accidents and natural events and environmental disasters, technical breakdowns, economic and market forces, and rogue employees are among the potential perils faced by the organization – watch them !!! Potential risk audits should seek broad based input, many minds are better than a few – consider them. Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  33. PRAGMATIC APPROACHcontd…. Conduct your organizations risk audit through its individual units. The people closest to its operations are best equipped equipment to detect risk reducing internal solutions – involve them. One method for identifying potential crisis is to put yourself in the role of INTERNAL SABOTEUR and ask, - “What could I do to damage this company ?”. – act accordingly Some risk are more worthy of managerial attention than others – look for them Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  34. PRAGMATIC APPROACHcontd…. Some risks are much easier and cheaper to neutralize than others – adopt Use expected value as a quantitative tool and then apply qualitative evaluation to sort out your priorities – apply them Quantify the risk in terms of potential risks than probability of occurrence – give a thought Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

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