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INDUSTRIAL DISASTER RISK MANAGEMENT (iDRM) IN GUJARAT STATE. V. N. Patel Director Industrial Safety & Health Gujarat State. Appreciation by Central Crisis Group (CCG) constituted by GOI.
RISK MANAGEMENT (iDRM)
V. N. Patel
Industrial Safety & Health
Gujarat has tremendous development in chemical manufacturing and storage sector especially following areas has specific type of large chemical industries and storages
Data access ?
National Security ?
(International Maritime Conventions)
Office of the
Director Industrial Safety & Health, Gujarat State
117 page document
Internal Safety Survey
Third Party Safety Survey
Pressure Vessel Testing
Non Destructive Testing
Safety / Relief Valve Testing
Fire System Testing
Mutual Aid Schemes
Resources & Information in 33 Annexure
Liaison with State Authority
Statutory InformationImportant Features
Hazard / Risk Assessment – (12)
Prevention – (18)
Direction and Control – (12)
Training – (44)
Drills and Exercise – (18)
Supplies and Equipment – (21)
Off-site Resources – (4)
Mutual Aid – (14)
Detection – (7)
11. Alerting and Warning – (20)
12.Communication – (29)
13. Emergency Response Teams/ Organizations – (21)
14. Facility Evacuation – (16)
15. Security Consideration-(11)
16. Public Relations – (18)
17. Coordination Between Facility and Off-site Organizations – (13)
18. Emergency Shutdown Procedures – (12)
19. Recovery Planning – (9)
(2) Check List for On-site Emergency Plan(30 pages and 276 check points)
Office of the
Director Industrial Safety & Health, Gujarat State
Prepared for the
Labour & Employment Department
Government of Gujarat
1.2 Action Plan
1.3 Policy Framework
1.8 Glossary of Key Terms used in Industrial and Chemical Emergencies
2.1 An overview of the Industrial scenario
2.2 Location wise Classification of Hazardous
2.3 Industrial concentration
2.4 Classification of chemical/nuclear disasters
2.5 When Natural and Chemical Disasters
2.6 On-site and Off-site Emergency Plan
2.7 Consequence Scenario
2.7.3 Toxic release
2.7.5 Human Impact
2.7.6 Environmental Consequences
2.7.7 Transportation of Hazardous Materials
3.1 Planning Assumptions
3.1.1 The Cycle of Chemical Accidents
3.2 Immediate Response
3.2.1 Report Accidents
3.2.2 Responsibility of the Industrial Facility
3.2.3 Control Rooms
3.2.4 Issue Alert
3.2.5 Set up a Response Command
3.2.6 Command and Coordination
3.3 Standard Operating Procedure
3.3.1 Report to the EOC
3.3.2 Secure information about the chemical
3.3.3 Inform the Community
3.3.4 Establish communication with agencies
3.3.5 Deploy Resources
3.3.6 Protect Personnel
4.1 Fire Services
4.2 Gujarat Pollution Control Board
4.3 Department of Health
4.4 Department of Transport
4.5 Relief Commissioner
4.6 Home Department and Police
4.7 Ports Department
4.8 Airport Authority
4.9 Department of Animal Husbandry
5.1 Chemical Incident / Accident
5.2 Routes of Exposure
5.3 Identification of Chemicals
5.4 Amount of Exposure
5.5 Health Outcomes of Chemical Disaster
5.6 Rapid Assessment of Health Consequences
5.7 Confirming the existence of a chemical
5.8 Determining the source, site, type, size and
5.9 Identifying the types of chemicals and their
5.10 Determining the population at risk and the
5.11 Assessing local response capacity
5.12 Response planning by the Department of
5.13 Need for an Epidemiological Team
5.14 Protocol for Medical Management
5.15 Treatment for specific Hazardous
5.16 Minimum Tests required for Health
6.2 Control Room
6.5 Composition of the Central Crisis Group
6.6 Duties of Central Crisis Group
7.2 Transportation Route Survey
7.3 The table of initial isolation and protective
7.3.1 Factors that may change the
Protective Action Distance
7.4 Protective action decision factors to consider
7.5 How to use the table of initial isolation and
protective action distances
7.6 Provisions in the Motor Vehicle Act 1988
7.7 Emergency Control
7.8 Role of Transport Crew
7.9 Role of CCR
8.1 Educational media, Radio, Press and Films
8.2 DOs and DON’Ts for Chemical Hazards
8.3 Precautions to be taken before the
commencement of Chemical Disaster with
Atul, Ankleshwar, Dahej, Vadodara by industries
Well Equipped ERC by GSDMA
Emergency Centers by GSDMA
Safety Council, GNFC Bharuch,
Ankleshwar Industries Association,
Vapi Industries Association
Tata Chemicals, Mithapur
EHS Training Institute, Ahmedabad
Society, SHE Association, Supreme Associates,
Transpec Silox Industry.
Gujarat Safety Council
(Gandhidham), AIA, IOCL, Tata
Chemicals, BPCL, Gujarat Safety Council.
M. S. University, MGLI, NIOH
Training to workers by departmental officers
90 safety training programmes through NGOs per year.
In case of Disaster & Accident
- Audio / video Representation
- Almost 70 Safety Equipment Exhibition stall
- Live Demonstration of latest Safety Equipment
- Provide latest technical booklet/papers/material
Regional Health & Safety Awareness Seminars in connection with celebration of “Year 2008-Year of Industrial Safety & Health”
A seminar on “Holistic approach to achieve Industrial Safety & Health” was organized at Surat on 9/5/08. 832 Participants took part in the seminar.
A seminar on “Holistic approach to achieve Industrial Safety & Health” was organized at Vadodara on 10/5/08. 650 Participants took part in the seminar.
A seminar on “Industrial Safety & Health” was organized at Rajkot on 20/5/08. 1050 Participants took part in the seminar.
A State level seminar on “Industrial Safety & Health-Challenges & Approaches” was organized at Ahmedabad on 25/6/08. 878 Participants took part in the seminar.
Following topics were discussed during the campaign.
475 participant were present in this seminar
874participants were present in the seminar
Disaster Prevention and Management Centre, Ankleshwar
Data Collection Regarding Hazardous Chemicals and Hazardous Processes, MSDS, Antidotes, Gas Dispersion Resources etc.
Safety Awareness Programmes such as
Seminars & Exhibitions
Safety Rally, Safety Drama (Street Play)
Fire fighting Competitions
Good Housekeeping Competition etc.
National Safety Week,
National Fire Service Day,
DPMC annual day ,Industrial Safety Day
World Disaster Prevention Day
World Environment Day etc.
Training Programmes on
General Safety & Basic Fire Fighting,
Safe Handling of Hazardous Chemicals,
On Site Emergency Plan,
Village Disaster Management Plan
Other Special topics related to Indl. Safety etc.
Co-ordination with authorities
Off Site Emergency Exercises
Activities of Local Crisis Group and District Crisis Group
Safety Forum Activities
Publication of Safety Bulletin
List of Fire Services available in the area.
List of Hospital, Doctors and Ambulances.
List of technical experts.
List of antidotes and their sources.
List of Emergency Equipment.
List of transporters & Heavy vehicles suppliers like Crane, JCB
List of schools, colleges, community halls, shelters for rehabilitation.
List of Voluntary Organization & NGOs.
Resources for Lime, Sand etc.
Reference books in DPMC Library
Fire Fighting & Rescue Equipments
Gas leak control equipments
Gas detecting Equipments
Communication system, Telephone, Fax, e-mail, wireless.
Area map (MAH units, road, hospital, police station, school, shelter, water resources etc.).
Toxic Release data w.r.t. wind speed & quantity.
Metrological data. / Wind Rose.
Major Equipments procured under IIUS Scheme for upgradation of DPMC.
Water Bauzer with Pulling & lifting machine
Hydraulic Tools ( Spreader/cutter, ram)
Lifting Bags (Pneumatic)
Fire Entry Suits,
Fire Proximity suits,
Portable inflatable Light Mast,
Wind Velocity & Wind direction meter,
Infra red temperature indicator,
Breathing apparatus sets (SBA) with Spare cylinders
Oxy-acetylene cutting plant
Successfully handled Major Fires in chemical units of Ankleshwar and nearby Indl. Estates.
Help extended during bromine leakage on N.H no. 8 in South Gujarat
Successfully handled Ammonia gas leakage in one of the units in GIDC, Ankleshwar.
Help extended on leakage of LPG from Rail wagon.
Help extended during lifting of overturned road tanker loaded with Propane gas (Wt. @ 18 Tonnes) on Halol – Kalol Road, Halol, Dist.-Panchmahal.
Help extended during lifting of overturned road tanker loaded with LPG on Jambusar Road, Bharuch.
Formation of Teams and selection of active team members. (three tier).
Frequent Meetings of individual team members.
Frequent meetings of Chairman of all Teams.
Role of each team.
Information to Public.
Observation during the mock-drill.
Corrective actions on observations.
Implementation of the same in case of real emergency.
PRE EXCERISE PREPERATION
Selection of site and finalization of scenario.
Identification badges for all committee members.
Arrangement of various PPE’S needed.
Information to public about the rehearsal & precaution to be taken via loudspeaker, cable networking & news papers.
S C E N A R I O
Date: August 09,2001
Leakage of about 4-5 mt of Ammonia gas.
Rate: 2.2 kg/sec wind speed; 3 met/sec
Wind Direction: East - North TLV: 25 ppm
STEL: 35 ppm IDLH: 500 ppm
LEL: 16 % UEL: 25 %
RVD: 0.6 (AIR=1)
CAS: 7664-41-7; Formula: NH3 M W : 17.04
Observation of gas leakage & attempt to control by company
Neutralisation of Ammonia by sprinkling water.
Removal of the victims from the affected area.
Taking the affected person to the
causality response center / Base hospital
Visit by the Chairmen & Co-coordinators of various committees to declare
OFF SITE EMERGENCY.
Opinion of the Expert Committee. (control room)
Involvement of out side agency for neutralisation of leaked gas with spraying of water.
First aid treatment at company’s OHC.
Involvement of various Police personals to carry out their duties.
Transfer of the affected person to the Base Hospital.
First aid Mobile Center
Incident Controller in touch with Control room (AIA) .
Chairman DCG, LCG discussing with Chairman of various committees about the actions being taken (control room).
Rescue of victim from nearby company by specialized team
IC conveying about the situation at the site.
Evacuation from nearby places during Mock-drill rehearsal.
Arrangement of shelter for the Evacuated persons.
Confirmations of “ALL CLEAR” signal by Toxicity Committee
Meet with all industrialist after Operation Path Finder-II is over
Comments on observations from Chairman DCG.
The District Collector-Bharuch
on 11.10.2006 to observe World Disaster Deduction Day
Chairman LCG discussing with Chairman of various committees about the actions being taken (control room).
Industrial Safety & Health
(1) Techniques of accident prevention
(2) Plant safety inspection
(3) Job safety analysis
(4) Accident reporting and record maintenance
(5) Safety in the use of machines and protection
(6) Fire prevention and fire protection
(7) Personal protective equipments.
(8) Special safety equipments and controls
(9) Emergency preparedness and awareness
(10) M.S.D.S. and chemical reaction.
(11) Safetycommittee and presentation
Capacity Building -
18 nos. for 18 offices
18 x Rs. 75000 = Rs. 13.5 lac
18 Laptops with data card for 18 offices
18 x Rs.50000 = Rs. 9 lac
Purchase of DNV-UK PHAST / SAFETI (UDM) Software – Rs. 25 lac.
(18 offices x Rs. 20,000) = Rs.3.60 lac
(1) Safety motivation
(2) Work permit / vessel entry public confined space
(3) Work on power press and other machines
(5) Material handling
(6) Good house keeping- 5 -S system
(7) Material safety data sheet
(8) what to do during industrial emergency
(9) Fencing / railing on various machines
(10) Fire and Fire protection
(11) Safety in chemical industries
(12) Working at height
Section 41-B of the F.A. 1948: Compulsory disclosure of information by the occupier
Section 118-A of the F.A. 1948: Restriction on disclosure of information
Section 11 of the Right to information Act 2005:
Network Workshop at Jaipur on www.hrdp-idrm.in web platform on 7th – 8th August 2009 in coordiation with Government of Rajasthan