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  1. Presentation on Industrial Disaster Prevention Planning -- A pragmatic approach By H. SRINIVASAIAH Director of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health Government of Karnataka

  2. One thing I learnt when I was negotiating was that, until I changed myself, I could not change others. - Sir Nelson Mandelaji

  3. GENESIS • Natural Disasters • Manmade Disasters Industrial Chemical Disasters • Seveso • Flexiborough • 8th Mile Love Canal • Bhopal Tragedy • Mexico • Jaipur IOC depot etc., Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  4. GENESISContd., • EARLIER CONCEPT – Reactive 4 R • Rescue • Recovery • Relief • Rehabilitation • PRESENT CONCEPT - Proactive • Planning • Prevention • Preparedness • Response Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  5. PLANNING • Product selection • Process Selection • Site Selection • Hazard Identification • Risk Assessment • Development of infrastructure • Generation of Emergency Plan How the planning must be ? Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  6. PREVENTION • Safer Technologies • Right Selection of Materials • Adaptation of integrated safety system • Integrity of equipment • Elimination of human error • Emphasis on periodical safety audit • Practicing of on site and off site emergency plans • Periodical testing of contingency plans Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  7. PREPAREDNESS • On site and Off Site Emergency Plans • Education and Training • Capacity building and updating • Knowledge sharing • Establishment of MARG • Awareness for community and Community leaders • Efficient Mechanism for effective co-ordination amongst different agencies • Onus of ownership

  8. RESPONSE • Alertness • Commission of SOP • Activation • Time management • Clear communication • Technical Services • Sympathy and Human Values Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  9. PERCEPTION • Individual • Industry • Society • Government CONTEXT • Developing countries • Developed countries Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  10. WHY THIS EXERCISE ? • To live, • To save, • progress • And to prosper Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  11. IF THERE ARE OMISSIONS ? IF THE ANSWER IS POSITIVE Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  12. HOW DO WE ACHIEVE THIS ? • Management – play the role of visionary • Employees – play the role of implementer • WHAT SHOULD BE THE STRATEGY ? • Pragmatic approach !!! Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  13. PRAGMATIC APPROACH • Natural events, accidents, man made disasters, technical brake downs, rogue employees, external threats are the potential perils - watch them • The personnel working closest to its operations are the best equipped to detect the risk and risk reducing solutions – Involve them • To identify potential crisis – put yourself in the role of internal saboteur and ask what could I do to damage this company - mind boggling Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  14. PRAGMATIC APPROACH cont…. • Some risks are much easier and cheaper to neutralize than others - identify and neutralize • Quantify the risk in terms of potential risks than probability of occurrence – apply this theory • Take a holistic approach in addressing the given situation - give a thought Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  15. ESSENCE OF COMPLIANCE Do not comply the law just because you fear for • Fines, • Imprisonment, • Suspension of license to operate, • Bad publicity, • Strained employee/employer relations Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  16. ESSENCE OF COMPLIANCE But comply the law to prevent • Human sufferings • Disasters • Degradation of quality of life • Environmental damage Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  17. When can you achieve success ? • Develop human values • Follow moral principles • Follow the law Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  18. Message We make living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give. - Sir Winston Churchill

  19. Bottom Line • When the egg is broken • – a life is lost • Allow the nesting… Directorate of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health-Karnataka

  20. Thank you for your attention H. SRINIVASAIAH, Director of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety and Health, Government of Karnataka ( O ) : 080 – 26531200 ( F ) : 080 – 26531202 ( M ) : 09448382318 e–mail : h.srinivasaiah@rediffmail.com website : labour.kar.nic.in