Event Details
Event Description
 

Dear Sir / Madam,

 Madras Management Association – Konrad Adenauer Stiftung

Presents One Day Workshop on

"Safety and Health at Workplace – A Priority”

Date
13th March 2020

Timing
09.30 am to 5.00 pm

 Facilitator   
Mr. T. Jagannathan

Safety Consultant

 

Venue   
Madras Management Association   
New 240, Pathari Road, (Off Anna Salai)   
Chennai – 600 006  

 

Overview:

 

Occupational Safety and Health has gained importance as a result of the tremendous forces of technological advancements in production facilities. The enlightened industrial management has accepted the responsibility for preventing accidents. Also, the economic loss suffered by the employee and the denting of corporate image of the company because of an accident has drawn the attention of the management to look into their commitment and involvement in safety at workplace.

 

While the change in work environment is taking place, the need for further improvement in occupational safety and health to eliminate an individual’s action in creating situations for accidents , has now been realized by a number of enlightened managements.

 

The industry has developed experiences in accident prevention by engineering controls to prevent accidents. It is felt that the employees could be reached through education and that safety system procedure and rules could be established and enforced.

 

The occupational safety and health is a priority subject in most of the positive minded progressive management. Thoughtful business leaders have realized that the financial benefits to be derived from the accident prevention work by way of direct and indirect costs and the protection from the damage to the corporate image is enormous.

A safety and health plan often identifies how training is integrated into the overall safety and health strategy. Internationally, leading companies have established that the safety and health training, integrated into day to day operations and providing management safety training to all levels of management and supervisors will ensure a safe workplace. Safety and health plans can be prepared to reflect the implementation of training needs of employees.

 

Objective:

 

Ø  To establish and familiarize the concept of Safety Management system and responsibilities of management and employees in Safety and Health programmes of the company.

Ø  To discuss the various aspects of Safety Policy, hazard identification, risk management and Contractor Safety management requirements.

Ø  To develop an organizational structure capable of controlling risks associated with various activities in the facility.

Ø  Establish and implement safe system of work – legal requirements as well as part of Safety Management System while working in hazardous and high risk activity / areas.

Ø  Accident reporting and investigation.

Ø  Check the programme working – Reviewing Health and Safety performance.

Content:

 

09.30 – 11.00 hrs

 

Session – I

Introduction to Safety and Health at Workplace

Safety Management System

11.00 – 11.15 hrs

 

Tea Break

11.15 – 12.00 hrs

 

Session – II

Safety Management System –

HARM – Hazard Identification and Risk Management

 

12.00 – 13.00 hrs

Session - III

Accident Reporting and Investigation

 

13.00 – 14.00 hrs

 

Lunch Break

 

14.00 – 15. 30 hrs

Session – IV

Contractor Safety Management

15.30 – 15.45 hrs

 

Tea Break

15.45 – 17.00 hrs

Session - V

Hazard Control measures

17.00 – 17.30 hrs.

Session – VI

Case study

Discussion followed by Closing



For Whom:
 

Managers, Executives, Supervisors involved in Operations, Safety Officers and others connected with safety and health of employees in any manufacturing or service industry.

Key Takeaways:

ü  Adoption of best safety practices in industries  

ü  To assist in developing a Safety Management System.

ü  To highlight the importance of Contractor Safety System as the industries are engaging more contractors with migrant workers to carry on non-core activities.

ü  Create the importance among Line Management about their participation and commitment in Safety and Health programme.

Facilitator Profile: 

Mr. T. Jagannathan B.E., D.I.S., D.S.M., F.I.O.S.H. (U.K.)

 

Professional record:

Bachelor of Engineering

Post Graduate Diploma in Industrial Safety

Diploma in Safety Management - IATA

Professional membership:

Fellow Member, the Institution of Occupational Safety and Health, U.K. F.I.O.S.H. (U.K.) Life Member - National Safety Council, India


Career:

Worked in enforcement in government department in India and Dubai, advisory role in Indian Government, implementation in manufacturing industry in India, training field in Petroleum industry totalling to 49 years + in the field of safety, health and environment.

 

Airline Industry - Ground Activities – Dubai

 

·      Developed a comprehensiveemployee OH&S programme

·  Established and managed a standardised process, to implement and promote hazard identification and risk management approach to their operations.

·  Investigated accidents in all workplaces with special reference to lifting equipment and appliances.

· Reviewed OH&S plans and site-specific safety plans, submitted by contractors for the safe accomplishment of projects.

·  Represented in Occupational Health & Safety, and Aviation regulatory organisations

Enforcement Agency - Government of Dubai and in India

·         Enforcement of Occupational Safety and Health Regulations, Public Safety Regulations and Environmental Protection Regulations.

 

·        Risk assessment of new projects, operations with reference to Safety and Environment.

 

·     Inspection of factories, hotels, construction sites, warehouses & other workplaces and Amusement centres, entertainment halls, etc.

 

·   Development of rules, regulations, code of practices and technical guidelines.

 

Safety Trainer Role in Petroleum Industry, Oman

 

·   Preparation of Safety Training course materials on different subjects for different levels of employees of company and contractors.

 

·         Scheduling and administration of various safety training courses.

 

·         Conduct of Safety Training programmes in different locations.

 

·         Inspection of various workplaces.

 

Implementation Role in Manufacturing Facility, Chennai

 

·       Preparation of Safety Policy and Safety program of the company.

 

·   Responsible for the implementation of Safety Policy in three companies under corporate activities. Safety management - Reporting directly to the President of the Company.

 

 

Advisory Role - Directorate General Factory Advice Service & Labour Institutes

 

·         Preparation of model rules under Factories Act.

 

·         Safety, health, Hygiene audits and surveys.

 

·         Advising various industries on accident prevention.

 

·         Organising and conducting safety training programs.

 

Mr. Jagannathan is currently a freelance HSE Professional and also a guest faculty for various Diploma programs of University and Technical Education institutes.

Fee Details: 

Members of MMARs. 1,800/-inclusive of GST 18%

For Non-Members:  Rs. 2,950/- inclusive of GST 18%

 

The fee includes Workshop Kit, Lunch & 2 Time Refreshments.

 

The cheque/DD to be drawn in favour of "Madras Management Association” payable at Chennai and be sent to:

Madras Management Association MMA Management Center, New No.240, Pathari Road (Off Anna Salai), Chennai 600 006.

 

GST: 33AAATM5522B1Z7

 

Please Note:

 

It may be appreciated that a minimum number of 10 participants would be required for the programme to go through. Kindly bear with us until we receive the necessary nominations for confirmation of the programme and making the payment

Please do not use the default"reply” button to respond to this mail as this is an Automated Software; we request you to send your nomination at the earliest to this mail;

training@mmachennai.org

Phone: 044-2829 1133

For further details contact:

 

Gp Capt Dr R Venkataraman (Retd) Mobile 94447 00068

Sriram Saravanan: 9952019173

 

Registration starts at 9.00 am and Workshop commences at 09.30 am. Prior registration is necessary. The fee once paid will not be refunded; change in nomination from same organization will be permitted.

 

We would be pleased to provide any other information required by you and look forward to receiving your nominations for the workshop. 

 

Thanks & Regards 

 

Gp Capt R Vijayakumar (Retd), VSM  
Executive Director  
Madras Management Association  
MMA Management Center, New No 240  
Pathari Road (Off Anna Salai)  
Chennai – 600 006  
Tel: 044-28291133/48632711 

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Date : 13-03-2020
Time : 09:30 AM - 05:00 PM

Contact Person : Sriram Saravanan

Contact No : 04448632711

E-mail : mma@mmachennai.org


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