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What are the Safety and Welfare in Industries ?

What are the Safety and Walfare in Industries ? Here you will learn what are the Safety and Welfare in Industries, so let's start..


Safety and Welfare in Industries
Welfare -Welfare work aims to providing such service facilities and amenities as would enable to workers employed in industries/factories to enable their work in healthy congenial surroundings conductive to good health and a high morale. It is partly -

Humanistic, because it enabled the workers to enjoy the fuller and Richa life.Economic, because it improve the in efficiency of workers, increases its available avaibility, where it is scarce and keeps them contented. It therefore, minimises the inducement to form or join union and two resort to strike.Civil, because it develops a sense of responsibility and dignity among the workers and that makes name worthy citizens of the nation.
Safety-Safety is basically concerned with minimising hazards and occupational diseases in industries. In certain cases, safety and welfare ac…

What are the Types of Accidents in Workplace as per Indian and International Standard ?

What are the Types of Accidents in Workplace as per Indian and International Standard? Here you will learn, What are the Types of Accidents in Workplace, so let's start - Types of Accidents in Workplace as per Indian and International Standard : The types of Accidents in Workplace depending on the severity of the injury, accidents maybe type as Major accident &  Minor accident.
   An accident which result is a death for prolonged disability to the victim is a major one. A scratch or cut with which does not seriously disable one is a minor accident. An accident may be internal or external. If a worker falls or an object falls on him, it may not show sign of injury but they may have fractured bone or strength a muscle nerve which is an internal injury.


   A deep scratch on the leg or shoulder may sign of injury which is an external injury. A worker may be disabled by injury for a day or week or month or for a few months. If he recovers from such a disability, his disability is …

What are the Various Aspects of Industrial Accidents

What are the Various Aspects of Industrial Accidents    A work accidents, workplace accident, occupational accidents or  accident at work is a "discrete occurrence in the course of work" leading to physical or mental injury. According to the International Labour Organisation (ILO),  more than 337 millions accidents happens on the job each years, resulting, in more than 2.3 millions death annually.
   The ever increasing machanization, electrification chemical process and sophistication have made industrial jobs more and more complex and intricate. This has led to increase danger to human lives in industries through accidents and injury. In fact, the same underlines the needs for the importance of industrial safety. Let's us first understand what industrial accident actually means.
   The phrase "physical and mental harm" means any "injury, disease or death". Occupational accidents differ from occupational disease as accidents are unexpected and unpla…

How Accidents are Measures as per Indian and International Standard in Industry

How Accidents are Measures as per Indian and International Standard ?
To Measure an Accidents as per Indian and International Standard in Industries - to men statistical have been used together accident information the frequency rate and severity rate.
The frequency rate is the number of time lost accident orangeries which have disable and employee per 1,000,000 man hours worked. The severity rate on the other hand is the total number of days charge for lost because of accidents per 1,000,000 hours worked. 
Formula to Measure Accidents as per Indian and International Standard : The national safety Council of the United States has given the following formulas for the computation of these rates.
Formula: Accidents Frequency Rate = ( Number of Disabling work injuries / Total numbers of man-hours worked ) x 1,000,000
Severity Rate = ( Number of man days lost / Total numbers of man-hours worked ) x 1,000,000
Numerical Example:
Using the following data calculate the frequency rate of accident…

What are the General Safety Guidelines in Industries

What are the General Safety Guidelines in Industries ? In every organisation a set of rules must be well form to promote safety and employees and to prevent the direct and indirect cost of accident.

Following points should be taken into consideration while formulating safety rules:
The safety guidelines should be such that employees appreciate it and accept without any resistance.The safety guidelines should be such that it does not cause of annoyance to an employeeThe safety guidelines must be well defined.The safety guidelines should be pace with changing environment and conditions. Following points should be used as guidelines to workers and supervisor:
Smoking should be strictly prohibited particularly near chemical or combustible materials separate place will be available for smoking.Personal protective equipment like safety classes respirators aprons shoes and gloves must be always use depending upon type of work.Electrical connections and insulators should be check at regular in…

Occupational Safety and Health Management in Industries

Occupational Safety and Health Management in Industries:    A safety and health management system means the part of the organisations management safety which cover as -

The health and safety work organisation and policy in the company The planning process for accident and hills health prevention The line management responsibilityThe practices procedures and resources for developing and implementing reviving and maintaining the occupational safety and health policy.    The system should cover the entire system of an employee occupational health and safety organisation.    The Occupational Levels of Safety & Health Management in Industries:    There are many types of choice from to to outline the basic components of a safety management system, and the one chosen here is the International standard promoted by the "International Labour Organisation" (ILO). The key elements of a successful safety and health management system are: Policy and commitmentOrganising Planning Implem…