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Dr Rakesh Dubey

Director

Disaster Management Institute

Bhopal

[email protected]

www.hrdp-idrm.in


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An effort to address the

  • Why to do?

  • What to do?

  • How to do?

  • What will the application? Who will be benefitted?


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  • Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals Rule ( MSIHC ) – 1989.Preparation of “On – Site Emergency Plan” by the occupier.Details to be furnished as per Schedule – 11Preparation of “Off– Site Emergency Plan” by the authorities as specified in Schedule 5Details to be furnished as per Schedule – 12


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  • Disaster Management Planning both on-site and off-site should be with following components:

    A. Risk Assessment & Management

    B. Emergency Preparedness

    C. Community Dialogue


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Priority for the state of Manipur

  • LPG , Propane (under pressure in liquid phase)

  • Ammonia (under pressure/refrigeration in liquid phase)

  • Chlorine (under pressure in liquid phase)


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Causality chain

Emission

MODELLING

or

MONITORING

Environmental

distribution

Exposure

Effects


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Single source


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What may go wrong?

What would be the impacts?

Start

How it may go wrong?

How likely its occurrence?

Hazard identification

Probabilistic hazard assessment

Quantitative hazard assessment

Accident scenario development

What maintenance schedule would reduce its likelihood of occurrence?

Fault tree development

Fault tree for the envisaged scenario

Consequences analysis

Fault tree analysis

Apply maintenance measures and re-evaluate risk

Risk estimation

Suggest maintenance measures to control risk

Whether risk is in acceptance?

No

Yes

End


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Industrial Disaster Management Cycle: OECD


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Part two

  • Preparedness, Planning, Response


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  • Risk related information can be delivered in a meaningful, cost effective and secure manner

  • Key stakeholders should not be left out of the Risk communication network

  • Dialogue &

  • Follow up


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Transport Sector


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Key Points: RAIN!

What can

I do?

  • Recognize

  • Avoid

  • Isolate

  • Notify


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Recognize

  • Unusual Activity / Behavior

  • Hazardous weather conditions

  • Things out of place

    • Unexplained liquids

    • Strange smells

    • Abnormal fogs or mists

    • Suspicious Packages

?


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AvoidWhat Do I Stay Away From?

Don’t become a victim

Don’t rush in

The 4 Don’ts

Don’t TEST (Taste, Eat, Smell, Touch)

Don’t assume anything


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Isolate

Keep others away from

hazard area


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Notify

  • Immediate Supervisor

  • Hospital Emergency Phone Number

Remember RAIN! Recognize, Avoid, Isolate, Notify


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Administrative and technical control

Worst example of regulatory compliance

Best example for regulatory compliance

[email protected]


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Administrative and engineering

Engineering way

No engineering arrangements for storing

[email protected]


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Administrative /Engineering failure

[email protected]


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Excercise

[email protected]


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