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Trainings programme on Safety & Productivity Improvement in Chandigarh
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Apr '08
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India exhibition is scheduled to be held on 4 - 5 April, 2008 at PHD House, Sector 31A, Chandigarh.

The need for congruence between the concerns of safety and the demands of management is becoming increasingly evident as the economy demands higher productivity at lower costs.

Trainings on safety, for too long, have not been viewed as cost effective: it is perceived as taking away productivity of employees and the profits of an organization.

However, over the last decade there is a fast growing realization that systematic training on safety makes a positive contribution to both immediate and long-range goals and objectives of an organization.

Safety training helps in developing an overall strategy for decreasing losses that result from ineffective performance.

The safety and protection of people, equipment and the environment is a serious concern in the process industries.

Increasing industrial accidents, loss of life & property, public scrutiny, statutory requirements, aging facilities and intense industrial processes, all contribute to a growing need for creating awareness about latest tools and techniques for Prevention and Management of Industrial Accidents to ensure safety and risk management.

From the 1960s onwards, the chemical, oil, fertilizer, pharmaceutical, electrical and all such allied industries have been developing and using a number of techniques including the use of hazard identification techniques such as Fault Tree Analysis, Hazard and Operability Study, Job Hazard Analysis, Safety Auditing, Accident/Incidents and their Classifications, Indices and Benchmarking etc.

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