SF3301 Syllabus - Principles Of Safety Management - 2021 Regulation Anna University

SF3301 Syllabus - Principles Of Safety Management - 2021 Regulation Anna University

SF3301

PRINCIPLES OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT

 LTPC

3003

OBJECTIVES:
• Understanding of the principles of safety management
• Enable the students to learn about various functions and activities in organization
• Enable students to conduct safety audit and write audit report effectively in auditing situations
• Have knowledge about sources of information for safety promotion and training
• Familiarize students with evaluation of safety performance

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION AND NEEDS OF SAFETY

9

Introduction-Safety-Goals of safety engineering. Need for safety. Safety and productivity. Definitions: Accident, Injury, Unsafe act, Unsafe Condition, Dangerous Occurrence, Reportable accidents. Theories of accident causation.

UNIT II

SAFETY ORGANIZATION INTRODUCTION

9

Safety organization- objectives, types, functions, Role of management, supervisors, workmen, unions, government and voluntary agencies in safety. Safety policy. Safety Officer- responsibilities, authority. Safety committee-needs, types, advantages. Accident prevention Methods-Engineering, Education and Enforcement


UNIT III

SAFETY EDUCATION AND TRAINING

9

Safety Education & Training-Importance, Various training methods, Effectiveness of training, Behaviour oriented training. Communication- purpose, barrier to communication. House keeping: Responsibility of management and employees. Advantages of good housekeeping . 5s of house keeping. Work permit system-objectives, hot work and cold work permits. Typical industrial models and methodology. Entry into confined spaces.

UNIT IV

SAFETY PERFORMANCE MONITORING

9

Personal protection in the work environment, Types of PPEs, Personal protective equipmentrespiratory and non respiratory equipment. Standards related to PPEs. Monitoring Safety Performance: Frequency rate, severity rate, incidence rate, activity rate. Cost of accidents – Computation of Costs-Utility of Cost data. Plant safety inspection, types, inspection procedure. Safety sampling techniques. Job safety analysis (JSA), Safety surveys, and Safety audits. Safety Inventory Technique

UNIT V

ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND REPORTING

9

Accident investigation- Why? When? Where? Who? and How? Basics- Man- Environment and Systems. Process of Investigation -Tools-Data Collection- Handling witnesses- Case study. Accident analysis- MORT-Multi Events Sequencing-TOR.

TOTAL : 45 PERIODS

OUTCOMES: Students able to know
CO 1 To understandthefunctionsandactivitiesofsafetyengineeringdepartment.
CO 2 To carry out a safety audit and prepare a report for the audit.
CO 3 To prepare an accident investigation report.
CO 4 To estimate the accident cost using supervisors report and data.
CO 5 To identify various agencies, support in situations and government organizations involved in safety training and promotion

TEXT BOOKS:
1. Heinrich H. W., “Industrial Accident Prevention” McGraw-Hill Company, New York, 1969, 4 thEdition.
2. Krishnan N.V., “Safety Management in Industry”, Jaico Publishing House, Bombay,1997

REFERENCES:
1. Krishnan,N.V. (1997), Safety management in Industry, Jaico Publishing House, New Delhi.
2. JohnV. Grimaldi and Rollin H. Simonds.(1989)Safety management, All India Traveller Book Seller, Delhi.
3. Ronald P.Blake.(1973), Industrial safety. Prentice Hall, New Delhi.
4. Alan Waring, (1996), Safety management system, Chapman & Hall, England.
5. Akhil Kumar Das, "Principles of Fire Safety Management" Eastern Economy Edition,2020

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