Other Complience


  • It Is A Statutory Requirement As Per Section 41B(4) Of The Factories Act-1948, The Gujarat Factories Rules.-1963 Under Rule 68-J (12). And Respective State Factories Rules
  • On Site Emergency Preparedness And Response Plan / ERP Is To Mitigate Any Emergency Occurring Within Plant / Project Site While Carrying Out Process / Constructional Activities May Cause Injuries Or Loss Of Life Or Damage To Property Or Disruption Inside As Well As Outside The Site
  • The Emergency In The Project Site Could Be As A Result Of Abnormal Functioning Within The Site Or Caused By Third Parties Or By Natural Factors


  • HAZOP Is A Structured And Systematic Technique For System Examination And Risk Management. In Particular,
  • It Is Often Used As A Technique For Identifying Potential Hazards In A System And Identifying Operability Problems Likely To Lead To Consequences Which May Have Adverse Impacts On Productivity And Safety.
  • HAZOP Is Based On A Theory That Assumes Risk Events Are Caused By Deviations From Design Or Operating Intentions. Identification Of Such Deviations Is Facilitated By Using Sets Of “Guide Words” As A Systematic List Of Deviation Driven Perspectives.
  • This Approach Is A Unique Feature Of The HAZOP Methodology That Helps Stimulate The Imagination Of Team Members When Exploring Potential Deviations.


  • Risk Assessment Is A Risk Analysis For The Scope Of Work That Will Be Conducted In The Project, Process In Order To Implement Appropriate Control Measures To Prevent All Incidents And Accidents And Environmental Impact.
  • It Is A Statutory Requirement As Per The Factories Act-1948 , The Gujarat Factories Rules.-1963 Under Rule 12-C. Health And Safety Policy - Sub Section 4 (E) And Respective State Factories Rules


  • Safety Report Is Compliance Of Making The Report And Thereafter Utilizing The Best Out Of Them By Involving All Stakeholders- In Case Of An Industry They Could Be Employees, Outsourced Personnel, Other Service Personnel And Nearby Society,
  • This Also Includes Periodical Review, Amendment And Continual Improvement. We Prepare As Per The Factories Act.-1948 & Rule 68J (9) Of The Gujarat Factories Rules-1963 With Specific Reference To Applicable MSIHCR


  • SIL Is An Acronym For “Safety Integrity Level (SIL)” That Comes From Two Voluntary Standards Used By Plant Owners/Operators To Quantify Safety Performance Requirements For Hazardous Operations:
    • IEC 61508: Functional Safety Of Electrical / Electronic / Programmable Electronic Safety-Related Systems
    • IEC 61511: Safety Instrumented Systems For The Process Industry Sector


  • No Single Safety Measure Alone Can Eliminate Risk. For This Reason, An Effective Safety System Must Consist Of Protective Layers.
  • This Way If One Protection Layer Fails, Successive Layers Will Take The Process To A Safe State. As The Number Of Protection Layers And Their Reliabilities Increase, The Safety Of The Overall Process Increases.


  • HAZID Is Defined As Hazard Identification Of Any Source Or Situation With A Potential For Harm In Terms Of Injury Or Ill Health, Damage To Property, Workplace, Environment Or A Combination Of These.
  • Identifying A Hazard Has To Commence With The Process Of Recognizing That A Potential Risk Exists.


  • Accident Investigation Report Is A Critical Element Of Safety Management To Avoid Reoccurrence.
  • It Guides To Determine The Cause Or Causes Of The Incident, To Identify Any Unsafe Conditions, Acts, Or Procedures That Contributed To The Incident And To Recommend Corrective Action To Prevent Similar Incidents.
  • It Will Be Investigated Considering Systematic-Scientific Approach By A Team Of Experts Having Rich Experience From Respective Domain.
  • As Per The Factories Act-1948, It Is A Duty Of Occupier To Maintain Injury Free Workplace And To Avoid Reoccurrence Of Such Accident / Incident, He May Ask For Investigation.
  • It Is Also Required To Investigate Under Section 172 Of The Workers Compensation Act. The Analysis And The Classification Of All The Accidents Should Be As Per IS 3786-1983.
  • Apart From Being A Legal Requirement Under Various Statutes, This Activity Helps In Finding Out The Root Causes Of The Accident / Incident Based On Which The CAPA (Corrective And Preventive Actions) Can Be Determined.
  • A Root Cause Analysis Is A Process Used To Identify The Primary Source Of A Problem. It Is Used To Examine Why There Is A Difference Between The Desired SOP And What Happened Actually


  • Process Safety Management (PSM) Is A Systematic Analytical Tool For Preventing The Release Of Highly Hazardous Chemicals (As Defined By OSHA).
  • Hazardous Chemicals Include Toxic, Reactive, Explosive And Highly Flammable Liquids And Gases. It Is A Comprehensive Management That Aims To Decrease The Number And Severity Of Incidents Relating To Highly Hazardous Chemical Releases.
  • PSM Standards Are Established By A Combination Of Federal And National Standards, Directives And Their Interpretations, Integrated Technology, Organizational And Operational Procedures, Management Practices, Design Guidance, Compliance Programs And Other Similar Methods
  • PSM Elements Are, Accountability, Process Knowledge And Documentation, Capital Project Review And Design Procedures, Process Risk Management, Management Of Change, Process And Equipment Integrity, Human Factors, Training And Performance, Incident Investigation, Company Standards, Codes And Regulations, Audits And Corrective Actions


  • Preparation Of Factories Plan, Drawings, Various Forms, Specifications And Other Particulars As Per The Requirement Of The Factories Act-1948 & The Gujarat Factories Rules-1963 / State Factories Rules