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CENTRAL SAFETY MONITORING CELL.

FUNCTIONS
HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIES IN KARNATAKA
MAJOR ACCIDENT HAZARD UNITS
PROVISIONS TO BE COMPLIED IN RESPECT OF INDUSTRIES INVOLVING HAZARDOUS PROCESSES.
CONSTITUTION OF CRISIS GROUPS AT THE STATE LEVEL, DISTRICT LEVEL AND LOCAL LEVEL
EMERGENCY MOCK REHEARSALS AND HAZARD AWARENESS PROGRAMMEES

GUIDELINES FOR PREPARATION OF ON-SITE EMERGENCY PLAN

FUNCTONS OF CENTRAL SAFETY MONITORING CELL.

The Central safety monitoring cell overviews safety in hazardous process factories in the state.

Its main functions are;

    1. To consolidate all information connected with the hazardous process factories and to monitor the compliance for the special provisions envisaged under chapter IVA of the act and special rules framed under the Act for chemical factories i.e, Control of industrial major hazard accident (karnataka) rules 1994.
    2. To coordinate with the government in implementing the provisions of the Chemical Accidents (emergency planning, preparedness and Response) Rules, 1996 in formulation of crisis groups at, state, district, and local levels., and in their functioning.
    3. It functions as state major accident hazard control advisory body, and furnishes all required information to central government and to the Director general, Factory advise services, Mumbai.
    4. Conducts workshops and seminars to enlighten about the special legislations pertaining to hazardous process industries.

HAZARDOUS INDUSTRIES IN KARNATAKA

A - GLANCE.

All factories having manufacturing processes mentioned in the first schedule appended to the factories act, 1948 are termed as hazardous process factories. There are about 735 hazardous process factories in the state. Details of such factories are as follows;

THE FIRST SCHEDULE

(Section 2(cb) of the Factories Act, 1948)

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Sl.No.

Category of hazardous processes

1

2

1

Ferrous metallurgical Industries

-Integrated Iron and Steel

-Ferrous Alloys

-Special Steels

2

Non ferrous metallurgical industries

-Primary metallurgical industries namely zinc, lead copper manganese and aluminum

3

Foundries (ferrous and non ferrous)

-Castings and forging including cleaning or smoothening/roughening by sand and shot blasting.

4

Coal (including coke) industries

-Coal, Lignite, Coke etc.,

Fuel Gases (including paper products) industries

5

Power Generating Industries

6

Pulp and Paper (including paper products) industries

7

Fertiliser industries

  • Nitrogenous
  • Phosphatic
  • Mixed

8

Cement Industries

- Portland Cement (including slag cement, puzzolona cement and their products)

9

Petroleum Industries

  • Oil Refining
  • Lubricating Oils and Greases

10

Petro-chemical Industries

11

Drugs and Pharmaceutical Industries

- Narcotics, Drugs and Pharmaceuticals

12

Fermentation Industries (Distilleries and Breweries)

13

Rubber (Synthetic) Industries

14

Paints and Pigment Industries

15

Leather Tanning Industries

16

Electro-plating industries

17

Chemical Industries

  • Coke Oven By-products and Coaltar distillation products
  • Industrial Gases ( nitrogen, oxygen, acetylene, argon, carbon di oxide, hydrogen, sulphur dioxide, nitrous oxide, halogenated hydrocarbon, ozone etc.,
  • Industrial Carbon
  • Alkalies and Acids
  • Chromates and Dichromates
  • Leads and its compound
  • Electrochemical (metallic sodium, potassium and magnesium, chlorates, perchlorates and peroxides)
  • Electrothermal produces (artificial abrasive, calcium carbide)
  • Nitrogenous compound (cynides, cyanamides and other nitrogenous compounds)
  • Phosphorous and its compounds
  • Halogens and Halogenated compounds (Chlorine, Fluorine, Bromine and Iodine)
  • Explosives (including industrial explosives and detonators an fuses)

18

Insecticides, Fungicides, Herbicides and other Pesticides industries

19

Synthetic Resin and Plastics

20

Man-made Fibre (Cellulosic and Non-Cellulosic) Industry

21

Manufacture and repair of electrical accumulators

22

Glass and Ceramics

23

Grinding or glazing of metals

24

Manufacture, handling and processing of asbestos and its products

25

Extraction of oils and fats from vegetable and animal sources

26

Manufacture, handling and use of benzene and substances containing benzene

27

Manufacturing processes and operations involving carbon disulphide

28

Dyes and dyestuff including their intermediates

29

Highly flammable liquids and gases

   
   
   

MAJOR ACCIDENT HAZARD UNITS (MAH)

All Factories having the chemicals stored, used and manufactured in excess of the threshold quantities specified under the CIMAH Rules, 1994 are categorised as Major Accident Hazard units (MAH). 59 MAH units are identified in the state, which are located in 16 districts. The particulars of are as follows:

SL. No.

Name and address of the factory

Hazardous chemical stored, handled

Bangalore Urban District.

1

Parle Products Private limited., 120/2, 15th KM, Tumkur Road, Bangalore 560 057

LPG

18MT

Fire and Explosion

2

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, LPG Bottling Plant, Whitefield Road, B"Lore - 48

LPG

300MT

Fire and Explosion

3

Indian Oil Corporation (Marketing Div) LPG bottling plant,White field Road, Doorvaninagar Post, B"Lore - 16

LPG

800MT

Fire and Explosion

4

United Glass Bottles Manufacturing Limited, Avalahalli, Anjanapura Post, Bangalore

LPG

20MT

Fire and Explosion

5

Toyota Kirloskar Motors Pvt., Limited, Plot No.2, KIADB Industrial Area, Bidadi, Bangalore Rural District.

LPG

49.6 T

Fire and Explosion

6

Stumpp Scheule & Somappa Springs Pvt. Ltd,.Plot No.4, Bommasandra Industrial Area, Hebbagodi Post, Anekal Taluk, Bangalore Dist.

LPG

20MT

Fire and Explosion

7

Shetron Ltd,. Plot No.1, Bommasandra Industrial Area, Hebbagodi Post,Anekal Taluk, Bangalore Dist.

LPG

40 MT

Fire and Explosion

8

Sintex Industries Ltd,.(Plastic Division), Plot No.61-C, Bommasandra Industrial Area Hebbagodi Post,Anekal Taluk, Bangalore Dist.

LPG

20 MT

Fire and Explosion

9

M V R Gas,Sy No.400,Sarjapur-Attibele Main Road,Sarjapur Village,Anekal Taluk, Bengaluru

LPG

98 MT

Fire and Explosion

10
Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited,.Electroporcelain Division, Malleshwaram, Bangalore-560 012
LPG
50 MT
Fire and Explosion
11
Bharath Electronics Ltd., Jalahalli Post, Bangalore-560 013
LPG
25 MT
Fire and Explosion
12
The Printers (Mysore) Pvt Ltd., Kumbalgodu, Mysore road, Bangalore
LPG
20MT
Fire and Explosion
 

Bangalore Rural District

 
 
 

13

Bharat Petroleum Corporatiopn Limited, Devangonthi,Via Kadugodi, Hosakote Taluk, Bengaluru

MS, ATF, SKO, HSD, Ethanol, Furnace Oil

10000KL, 5500KL, 1700KL, 20000KL, 300KL, 2600KL

Fire

14

Indian Oil Corporation Limited Devangonthi,Hosakote Taluk, Bengaluru

MS, ATF, SKO, Ethanol, HSD

20000KL, 21000KL, 10000KL, 400KL , 25000 KL

Fire

15

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited.Devangonthi ,Hoskote Talk, Bengaluru District

MS, SKO, HSD, Ethanol

1600KL, 3850KL, 11600KL, 360KL

Fire

16

Indian Oil Corporation Limited,LPG Bottling Plant, Devangonthi, Bengaluru

LPG

3750 MT

Fire

17

Gemini Steel Tubes Ltd,Plot No :55, KIADB Indl Area, Hoskote, Bengaluru

LPG

20MT

Fire and Explosion

18

Bell Ceramics, Chokkahalli village, Hosakote Talk, Bengaluru

LPG

40 MT

Fire and Explosion

19

Rittal India Pvt. Ltd., # 23 & 24 KIADB Indl Area, Doddaballapur, Bengaluru

LPG

20MT

Fire and Explosion

20

Asia LPG Pvt. Ltd., Sy no.24/1, Budilal Village, Nelamangala Taluk, Bengaluru

LPG

100MT

Fire and Explosion

21

Jyothi Gas Ltd., # 73/1, Acharanahalli, Budilal post, Nelamangala Taluk, Bengaluru

LPG

100MT

Fire and Explosion

22

Indo Gas. #49/2, Jakanahalli post, Thyamgondlu, Nelamangala Taluk, Bengaluru

LPG

70 MT

Fire and Explosion

23

Kwality Gas Bottlers Pvt Ltd # 44,45,46, Geedalahalli, Nelamangala Tq, Bangalore Rural.

LPG

39 MT

Fire and Explosion

24

Sneha Petroleum, LPG Bottling Plant, Sy no.8/1,2, 9/1, koppanahalli, Honnasandra Post, Nelmangala Taluk, Bengaluru

LPG

40MT

Fire and Explosion

25

Universal Petroleum Limited No135 Yellachegare village Nelamangala Taluk, Bengaluru

LPG

60 MT

Fire and Explosion

26

Tata Iron and Steel Co Ltd Plot No 28C, KIADB Industrial Area, Doddaballapu, Bengaluru

LPG

80 MT

Fire and Explosion

27

Indian Oil Sky Tanking Ltd., Bangalore International Airport, Devanahalli, Bangalore-562110

LPG

9900 KL

Fire and Explosion

 

Belgaum District

 
 
 

28

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., (LPG Bottling Plant), kanagala village, Hukkeri (Taluk), Belgaum District

LPG

18 MT

Fire

29

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Desur, Belgaum Taluk & District

MS, HSD, SKO, Ethanol.

2323 KL,4732 KL, 958 KL, 85 KL

Fire and Explosion

30
Sanjay Chemicals No - 106, KIADB Indl area, Honga - 590113, Belgaum Taluk & Dist
Ethylene oxide, HCL(30%)
7.25 MT, 5 MT

31

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Desur village, Belgaum Taluk & Dist

MS, HSD, SKO, Ethanol.

1718 KL,8637 KL, 3239 KL, 100 KL

Fire and Explosion

 

Dakshina Kannada District

 
 
 

32

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited, LPG Bottling Plant, Baikampady Industrial Area, Mangalore. D.K.

LPG

44000 MT

Fire and Explosion

33

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., Mangalore POL Terminal, Bala village, via Katipalla, Mangalore - 575030, Dakshina Kannada

MS, Ethanol, HSD, SKO, FO, ATF.

220847 kl, 700 kl, 226691 kl, 28768 kl, 14937.5 kl, 128173 kl

Fire

34

Mangalore Chemicals and Fertilizers Ltd., Panambur, Mangalore - 575 010

Naptha, Furnace Oil, Ammonia, Sulphuric acid, Phosphoric acid.

23600 MT, 2270 MT, 11500 MT, 3000 MT, 21000MT

Fire, Toxic release

35

Total LPG India Ltd., # 62, Thokur village, Jokatte post, Baikampady Indl Area, Mangalore - 574173

LPG

16520MT

Fire and Explosion

36

Mangalore Refinery and Petrochemicals Ltd., Kuthethoor P.O, Via Katipalla , Moodapadav, Mangalore-575030

Ammonia, HSD, Petro crude, H2So4, HCL.

300 Kgs, 179344 KL, 580000 MT, 6 MT, 54MT

Fire and Toxic release

37

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd.LPG Import Facility Terminal, Bala village, Katipalla, Mangalore

LPG

16800MT

Fire and Explosion

38

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limtied ( LPG Bottling Plant), Bala village, Mangalore

LPG

200MT

Fire and Explosion

39
Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd, Mangalore Costal Installation,Near APMC Yard, Baikampady, Mangalore
MS, Naptha, HSD, SKO.
9000KL, 20000 KL, 20000KL, 5000KL
Fire and Toxic release

40

Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Mangalore Terminal, PB # 6, Panambur, Mangalore - 575010

Petroleum Products

134615 kl

Fire

41

Puttur Petrochemicals Private Limited, Mittur, Idkudi village, Bantwal Taluk, D.K

LPG

100MT

Fire and Explosion

 

Bellary District

 
 

42

Jindal Praxire Oxygen Co Ltd., Toranagallu, Sandur Taluk, Bellary District

Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Nitrogen, Liquid Argon.

1000 MT, 600 MT, 500 MT

Fire and Toxic release

43
JSW Steels Ltd., Toranagallu, Sandur Taluk, Bellary
LPG, Corex Gas, LD gas holder, Chlorine.
36 MT, 100000m3, 30000 m3, 3 MT
Fire, Explosion and Toxic release
44
Bellary Oxygen Company Pvt Ltd., Toranagallu, Sandur Taluk, Bellary
Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Nitrogen, Liquid Argon.
1000 MT, 700 MT, 250 MT
Fire and Toxic release

Haveri District.

45

Grasim Industries Limited, Kumarpattanam, Ranebennur Taluk, Haveri District.

Carbo di sulphide,
Sulphuric acid,
Chlorine.

200T,1300T,4T

Toxic and toxic release

46

Harihar Polyfires, Kumarpattanam, Ranebennur Taluk, Haveri District.

Chlorine

108T

Toxic release

 

Dharwar District

 
 
 

47

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, LPG Bottling Plant, KIADB Industrial Area, Belur, Dharwar District.

LPG

900MT

Fire and Explosion

48

Bharath Petroleum Corporation Limited, 323-333/4,K.I.A.D.B., Belur Industrial Area, Dharwad

LPG

1200MT

Fire and Explosion

49

Maha LPG Limited, No.109, K.I.A.D.B., Belur Industrial Area, Dharwad

LPG

60 MT

Fire and Explosion

50

Kwality Gas Bottlers Pvt. Ltd., No.37,Belur Ind Area, Dharwad

LPG

20 MT

Fire and Explosion

51
Universal Gas Corporation, No.143&144,Belur Ind Area, Dharwad.
LPG
40 MT
Fire and Explosion
52
Murudeshwar Ceramics Limited, No.109, K.I.A.D.B., Belur Industrial Area, Dharwad
LPG
120 MT
Fire and Explosion
53
JMT Auto Limited,Plot No.220(P), 222(P),Belur Indl Area, Dharwad
LPG
20 MT
Fire and Explosion
54
Divo Gas ., No.55/A,Ramnagar Ind. Area, Joida Tq, N.K.Dist
LPG
20 MT
Fire and Explosion
 

Hassan District

 
 
 

55

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd., POL Terminal, KIADB Indl Area. Hassan

MS, HSD, SKO

75000KL, 40000KL, 15000KL

Toxic

Mysore District

56

JK Tyre and Industries Limited, Vikranth Tyre Plant, KRS Road, Metagalli Industrial Area, Mysore-570 016

LPG, Naptha, HSD, Furnace Oil, Sulphur
10 MT,60 KL, 250 KL, 320 KL,1000 MT
Fire, Explosion and Toxic Release

57

Automotive Axles Limited, Ootagalli Industrial Area, Hunsur Road, Mysore-571186

LPG

60MT

Fire and Explosion

58

Wipro Limited, Lighting Division, Plot no. 105, Hootagalli Industrial Area, Hunsur Road, Mysore 570 018.

LPG

70 MT

Fire and Explosion

59

Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited, LPG Bottling Plant, 425,Hebbal Industrial Area, Metagalli, Mysore-570 016

LPG

750MT

Fire and Explosion

60

S & S Associates LPG Bottling (Mysore) Private Ltd, Plot no. 11, Thandya Industrial Area, T. pura, Nanjangud, Mysore Dist.

LPG

95 MT

Fire and Explosion

61

Vanivilas Water Works, V.V.Mohalla, Mysore

Chlorine

10MT

Toxic

62
Indus Fila Ltd., Tandya Indl Area, KS Hundi post, Nanjangud - 571302, Mysore
LPG
19 MT
Fire and Explosion

63

Indian Oil Corporaiton, Metagalli, Mysore.

MS, HSD, Kerosene.

1800KL, 10200KL, 5200KL

Fire and Explosion

 

Shimoga District

 
 
 

64

Steel Authority of India Ltd, Visveshwaraya Iron and Steel Plant, Bhadravathi

BF Gas, Coke, Fuel Oils, Liquid oxygen.

25000 nm3, 15000 kl, 2900 kl, 167 kl

Toxic

65
The Mysore Paper Mills Ltd., Paper town, Bhadravathi,
Chlorine, Sulphuric acid, Hydrochloric aicd.
400 MT, 27 MT, 50 MT
Toxic
66
Indian Oil Corporation Ltd., Machenahalli, Shimoga
LPG
1800MT
Fire and Explosion

Uttar Kannada District

67

Solaris Chemtech Industries Ltd, Binaga, Karwar,Uttara Kannada Dist.- 581307

Chlorine

400MT

Toxic

68

The West Coast Paper Mills Limited, Dandeli, Uttar Kannada District.

Chlorine

180MT

Toxic

 

Kolar District

 
 
 

69

Bharat Earth Movers Limited, KGF, Kolar.

LPG

45MT

Fire and Explosion

 

Tumkur District

 
 
 
70
WienerBerger Bricks india Ltd., KIADB Indl Area, Kunigal, Tumkur District
LPG
40MT
Fire and explosion

71

WienerBerger Bricks india Ltd., KIADB Indl Area, Kunigal, Tumkur Dist.

LPG

100 MT

Fire and explosion

 

Raichur District

 
 
 

72

Raichur Thermal Power Station ( RPTS), Shaktinagar - 584170, Raichur

HFO, LDO, Chlorine, HCL

1500 kl, 250 kl, 9 MT, 65 MT

Toxic

 

Koppal District

 
 
 

73

Praxair India Limited, Ganigere, Koppal

Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Nitrogen, Liquid Argon.

1000 MT, 1000 MT, 100 MT

Fire

 

Ramanagaram District

 
 
 

74

Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd. LPG Bottling Plant. Solur Village. 47th KM. Stone on NH-48. Solur Hobli Magadi, Ramanagara District, Ramanagara District

LPG

1800 MT

Fire and Explosion

75

Toyota Kirloskar Autoparts Pvt., Limited, Plot No.2, KIADB Industrial Area, Ramanagar District.

LPG, HFO, HSD

20M T, 300KL, 31KL

Fire and explosion

76
Cutberts Baby wear India Pvt., Ltd., Plot No.23, 1st ADM Industrial Area, Ramanagaram District.
LPG
20 MT
Fire and explosion
77
AO Smit India Water Heating Pvt. Ltd., Plot # 300, Phase - 2, KIADB Indl Area, Harohalli village, Kanakapura Taluk, Ramanagaram Dist.
LPG, HSD
20 MT, 40 KL
Fire and explosion
       
         

PROVISIONS TO BE COMPLIED IN RESPECT OF INDUSTRIES INVOLVING HAZARDOUS PROCESSES.

  1. Before siting any factory, the clearance from the Department of Forest, Ecology, and Environment is essential;
  2. Relevant information in detail about the process, chemicals used, hazards identified and also measures to overcome hazards shall be informed to the authorities, workers and the general public;
  3. Safety and health policy shall be evolved prior to the commencement of the activities;
  4. On site emergency plan/disaster management plan shall be prepared and submitted for approval.
  5. Safety manual shall be prepared and issued to all the workmen;
  6. Subject all the workmen for pre employment and periodical medical examination and maintain relevant records;
  7. Ensure that the toxic chemicals and substances used in the factory are within the permissible threshold limits at the work environment;
  8. Safety committee comprising of workers representatives and the management shall be constituted and the same should function as per rules;
  9. Provisions envisaged under the Control of Industrial Major Accident Hazard (Karnataka) Rules, 1994 shall be complied with;
  1. Mock rehearsals in respect of handling the emergencies shall be conducted periodically;
  1. Workers shall be trained and educated about the hazards, use of personal protective equipment, safety and health awareness and emergency preparedness;
  2. Assist the district crisis group in evolving off site emergency plan, if the unit is coming under the MAH category;
  3. Maintain occupational health Centre with all the facilities and required antidotes.
  4. The factory should extend co-ordination and mutual aid to the neighboring factories in case of exigencies.

CONSTITUTION OF CRISIS GROUPS AT THE STATE LEVEL, DISTRICT LEVEL AND LOCAL LEVEL

Department is shouldering the responsibility of enforcing relevant provisions of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and rules made there under in the registered factories with an objective of preventing damages to the environment by the industrial activities. The Chief Inspector of Factories is one of the active members in the state level environmental clearance committee in sitting the new industries particularly industries involving hazardous processes.

As envisaged under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 and the Factories Act, 1948, every industry involved in hazardous process is required to draw up an on-site emergency plan detailing how emergencies are tackled in respective industries. Such plans are required to be drawn up and shall be submitted to the Chief Inspector of Factories, for approval. Department has come out with a guidelines to the management in preparing such plans which will certainly help them in drafting their on site emergency plans. A committee headed by the Joint Chief Inspector of Factories incharge of Central Safety Monitoring Cell assisted by Two Deputy Chief Inspector of Factories has been constituted to review the on site emergency plans received from the management of factories before approval by the Chief Inspector of Factories. So far the department has approved about 650 such on site emergency plans.

Chemical Accident (Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Response) Rules, 1996 framed under the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 envisaged constitution of Crisis Groups at the Central, State and Local levels to deal with emergencies arising out of major chemical accidents from Major Accident Hazard units in addition to provide adequate information’s, guidelines etc., in averting possible chemical accidents and also to have mock rehearsals in tackling the emergencies so that incase of real emergencies the same can be tackled effectively to meet the objectives.

In pursuant to the said rules, the Government of Karnataka has constituted a committee at the State Level with the Chief Secretary to the Government as the chairperson and the Principal Secretary to Government, Labour Department as the member secretary. The other members of the committee includes, Secretary Home and Transport, Health, Agriculture, Education, PWD, Public Health Engineering, Director Fire Force, Director Information and Publicity, Director General of Police, Chairman Pollution Control Boards and five experts in the field of Occupational Health and Safety. This crisis group is required to perform the functions as envisaged under the said rules by meeting periodically and review the functions of the District Crisis Groups and take stock of the Chemical Accident occurred in the state for onward transmission of a comprehensive report to the Central Crisis Group.

The State Crisis Group has already convened four such meetings and reviewed all the chemical accidents that occurred in the state in recent days including the accident occurred at M/s. Max Indian Limited, Nanjangud, M/s. MCF Limited, Mangalore, M/s. JVS Limited, Bellary.

In the State of Karnataka 59 Major Accident Hazard Units located at 16 districts have been identified. For all these 16 districts as per the said rules, District Crisis Groups have been constituted with the respective Deputy Commissioner of the district as the chairman and the representative of the Department of Factories and Boilers as the member Secretary. These groups also consists of district level officers from the departments viz., police, fire force, pollution control board, agriculture, health, education, transport, PWD and experts in the field of health and safety. The main function of the District Crisis Group is to oversee the safety systems in the MAH units located in the districts including the preparedness procedure in tackling the possible emergencies arising out of chemical accidents in addition to assisting the Deputy Commissioner in preparing a comprehensive off site emergency plan for the district obtaining informations from the MAH units.

All the District Crisis Groups required to meet the periodical to perform functions envisaged under the said rules and report to the State Crisis Group. Accordingly periodical meetings are being held at the districts. The draft off site emergency plans in respect of all the districts wherein MAH units are located have been prepared and same are before the State Crisis Group for review and finalisation.

EMERGENCY MOCK REHERSELS AND HAZAD AWARENESS PROGRAMMEES

Department actively participates and oversees the mock rehearsals of emergency preparedness conducted in major hazard units. It also coordinates in conducting National safety day on 4 March and Chemical Disaster Prevention Day on 3rd December of every year in addition to holding seminars to create awareness about the hazards arising out chemical accidents from MAH units.

GUIDELINES FOR PREPARATION OF ON SITE EMERGENCY PLANS

  • Introduction
  • Profile of the Company – (Preferably an ariel view or a prominent photograph)
  • Safety, Health & Environmental Policy.
  • Brief manufacturing activity (with flow charts)
  • Working pattern

Working hours

Shifts

Hours

No of workers present

No of visitors

1 st shift

 

 

 

2 nd shift

 

 

 

3 rd shift

 

 

 

General

 

 

 

Weekly holiday. Declared general holidays

  • Geographical Location (furnish with a colour map)
  • Demography details.
  • Meteorological Data with wind details and directions.
  • Wind details & direction.
  • Chemical data

1. Names of chemicals - commercial / technical name / UN

number, CAS no. Photo 15,14,13

2. Storage quantity.

3. Monthly consumption

4. Method of storage - above / below the ground level.

Tank farm / Bullets / Spheres / Mounded, etc.

5. Material Safety Data Sheet ( in the form of annexure.

  • Identification of hazards in each department / section with hazard area map and
  • affecting population.
  • Identification of emergency in each hazard activity through risk analysis.
  • Severity / severity mapping (zoning diagram).
  • Mitigation measures required ( in the form of annexure).
  • Mitigation measures possessed / proposed by the industries
  • Emergency Shutting down procedure
  • Identification of mutual aid partners.
  • Identification of resource suppliers ( both public and private )
  • Emergency Transport facility.
  • Control Room.

    Communication facilities (internal & external agencies)

    Telephone numbers of all the stake holders.

    (i). Deputy Commissioner

    (ii). Superintendent of / Local Police

    (iii). Police.

    (iv). Fire Services

    (v). Hospitals.

    (vi). Occupier / Manager.

    (vii). Directorate of Factories & Boilers.

    (viii). Karnataka State Pollution Control Board.

    (ix). Key personnel of the industry.

    (x). Mutual aid partners.

    • Alert action plan during working / non working hours.
    • Emergency Organisation chart.

    ON SITE EMERGENCY PLANNNING.

    (i). Establish line of control - responsibility & alternative line of control

    (ii). Constitution of teams.

    a. Rescue team.

    b. Combat team.

    c. Medical team.

    d. Auxiliary team.

    (iii). Define Roles and Responsibilities in brief.

    (iv) Notification of Emergency.

    (v) Declaration of Emergency.

    (vi) Evacuation of Personnel.

    (vii) Accounting of Personnel.

    (viii) Controlling of Emergency.

    (ix) Arrangements for Medical Treatment.

    (x) Information to the relatives of the injured.

    (xi) Information to the Government Authorities.

    (xii) Law and order.

    (xiii) All clear signal.

Annexure

  1. Site plan with all the departments and emergency facilities, fire hydrant lines and fire fighting equipments, internal roads, escape routes, entry and exits gates and safe assembly points.
  2. MSDS of all the chemicals (raw materials, intermediates and final products).
  3. If major hazard industry severity map with lethal zones, affecting area and population.
  4. Emergency hand – outs if major hazard industry.

 

Note : 1. For minor and small hazardous industries which is not applicable may be ignored.

2. This document shall be prepared

•  In brief, handy and long last.

•  Easily referable during emergency

User friendly keeping the target group like junior level workers and non – technical public authorities