Friday, 26 August 2011

PTU Fire Safety and Hazards Management BSCFSHM Syllabus

PTU or Punjab Technical University is one of the fastest growing Universities in Punjab and India. Students from all over India study in PTU. Punjab Technical University offers number of courses including Management courses, Technical courses, Multimedia courses etc. PTU also offers B.Sc MLT and M.Sc MLT courses.

PTU has recently started B.Sc in Fire Safety and Hazard Management course B.Sc FSHM.

Below is the curriculum and syllabus of  Fire Safety Management Course offered by PTU.

BSCFSHM Syllabus
Punjab Technical University
Jalandhar
Syllabus For BSC in
Fire, Safety and Hazards Management
BSCFSHM Syllabus
SEMESTER 1
BSCFSHM- 101
SAFETY MANAGEMENT
UNIT I
�� Fundamentals of Safety
�� Need for Safety
�� Definition : Accident, Near miss
�� Accident Sequence : Heinrich Triangle & Domino Theory
�� Causes of accidents
�� Classification of accidents
�� Reasons for accident prevention
�� Methods of accident prevention
�� Responsibility of management towards Safety
�� Unsafe acts and unsafe working conditions
�� Cost of accidents
�� Role of management, Supervisors and workers in safety
�� Motivation for safety
UNIT II
�� Need for integration of Safety Health and Environment (S, H & E)
�� Safety and government role
�� Safety act and provisions for worker’s welfare
�� General Instructions for Safety
�� Approaches to prevent accidents
�� Factory act 1948 and amendment 1987
UNIT III
�� Introduction to Safety and Safety Management
�� Principles of Safety Management
�� Planning: Types of plans, steps in planning, and process of planning.
�� Nature of objectives, setting objectives.
�� HSE Policy
�� Project HSE Plan
�� Statutory requirements, Rules and Regulations
�� Supervision
UNIT IV
�� Safe work place
�� Objectives of Safety and Security measures
�� Site Security, Fencing and gates, Security personnel their role in safety, lighting
�� Objectives of Safety Management
�� Record keeping
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REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Construction Safety Hand Book – Muraleedharan Pillai
2. Industrial Safety Management – NK Tarasdar, KJ Tarasdar
3. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK
Jain
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BSCFSHM-102
FIRE SCIENCE – Part I
UNIT I
Terms and Definitions: Molecule, Atom, valencey, Oxidation, Elements,
Compound, Exothermic reaction, Endothermic reaction, Calorie, Specific
heat, Matter, Temperature, Mixture.
UNIT II
Basic Chemistry of fire
�� Chemical reaction
�� Heat formation
�� Heat of combustion
�� Mechanism of combustion
�� Flash Point fire Point
�� Spontaneous Ignition Temperature
�� Fire
�� Fire triangle
�� Components of fire
�� Fire Tetrahedron
�� Chain reaction
�� State of matter
�� Spread of Fire
�� Extinction of Fire
�� Quenching of free radicals
�� Back drought
�� Delayed Back drought
UNIT III
�� Classification of Fire
�� Class A Fire
�� Class B Fire
�� Class C Fire
�� Class D Fire
�� Class E Fire
�� Class K Fire
�� Electrical Fire
�� Extinguishing media for various class of Fire
UNIT IV
�� Properties of solid, liquids and gas.
�� Prevention of Fire
�� Causes of initiation of Fires
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Industrial Safety Management – NK Tarasdar, KJ Tarasdar
2. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-103
FIRE TECHNOLOGY
UNIT I
Foam
�� Definition
�� Qualities of good foam
�� Types of foam
�� Chemical foam, mechanical foam,
�� Ventury effect,
Hose
�� Definition
�� Types of hoses
�� Delivery hose, types of delivery hose, lined hose, unlined hose,
�� Characteristics of hose
�� Advantages and disadvantages of lined and unlined hose
�� Care and maintenance of hoses.
�� Storage and use of hoses
�� Couplings, Adapters, Breaching piece, Nozzles, inductors, FMB, Hose reels,
Hose drill
Primers
�� Definition,
�� Necessity of primers in fire fighting
�� Type of primers, Working principle of each type of primer
�� Effect of atmospheric pressure on water when primer is used
�� Care and maintenance
UNIT II
Pumps
�� Definition
�� Types of pumps, Centrifugal force
�� Working principle of each type of pump
�� Reasons for failure of pump
�� Care and maintenance
Fire Fighting Clothing
�� Basic Fire protective clothing
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�� Advantages of wool over cotton, Full fire fighting rig, Type of suits.
�� Donning procedure, Washing, re-proofing, Care and maintenance
�� Fire Proximity Suit
�� Fire Entry Suit
�� Thermal Imaging
Aircraft Crash Rescue and Fire Fighting
�� Definitions
�� Layout of a standard airfield
�� Airfield Markings
�� Runway Lighting
�� Rescue Operations
UNIT III
Breathing Apparatus
�� Introduction
�� Smoke Mask
�� SCBA, BASCCA, ELSA
�� Donning procedures, Operating procedure
�� Face seal checks, routine checks
�� BA Controller, Duties of BA Controller
�� Life line, Personnel line, guide line.
Ladders and Knots
�� Introduction
�� Parts of ladders
�� Type of ladders
�� Uses of Ladders, Ladder drill
�� Different Types of Knots
Fire Fighting Vehicles and Appliances
�� Domestic Fire Tenders
�� Crash Fire Tenders
�� Hydrants, Branch pipes,
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BSCFSHM-104
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
UNIT I
Industrial Hazards
�� Physical hazards
�� Chemical hazards
�� Mechanical hazards
�� Biological hazards
�� Ergonomic hazards
�� Noise hazards
�� Chemical safety
�� Toxicity
�� IDLH (Immediate Danger to Life and Health)
�� Chemicals - Storage, Handling and Transportation
�� Preventive measures for chemical spillage
�� Transport Emergency Card (TREM Card)
Electrical Safety
�� What is electricity
�� Safety in use of electricity
�� Dangers from electricity
�� Importance of safety equipments in design and use of switches, switch
fuses, circuit breakers and isolating lines
�� Over load and short circuit protection
�� Earth fault protection
�� Earthing of electrically driven equipments
�� ELCB
�� Precautions
�� Static electricity
�� Electrical shock treatment
�� Points to be checked at the electrical system
UNIT II
Workshop Safety
�� Hand tools and Power tools
�� Safety while using Grinding stone
�� Welding and gas cutting safety
�� Dangerous points
�� Lubrication Safety
Petroleum Refineries
�� Refinery Process
�� Classification of Petroleum Products
�� Storage Tanks
UNIT III
Hazard Evaluation Techniques
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�� HAZOP Study
�� Job safety analysis
�� Fault tree analysis
�� Event tree analysis
�� Failure modes and effects analysis
�� Relative ranking techniques
Monitoring of Safety Performance
�� Statistics of accidents
�� Frequency rate and severity rate
�� Frequency severity incidence
�� Safe – T – score
UNIT IV
House Keeping
�� Definition
�� Need for house keeping
�� Importance in view of safety
�� Methods
Safety Inspections
�� Safety Audit
�� Safety Survey
�� Plant safety inspection
�� Safety tour
�� Safety samplings
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Industrial Safety Management – NK Tarasdar, KJ Tarasdar
2. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-105
COMMUNICATION & SOFT SKILLS
UNIT I
Essentials of Grammar:
• Parts of Speech
• Punctuation
Vocabulary Building
• Phonetics
UNIT II
Office Management:
• Types of Correspondence
• Receipt and Dispatch of Mail
• Filing Systems
• Classification of Mail.
• Role & Function of Correspondence
• MIS
• Managing Computer
UNIT III
Letter & Resume Writing:
• Types of Letters-Formal / Informal
• Importance and Function
• Drafting the Applications
• Elements of Structure
• Preparing the Resume
• Do’s & Don’ts of Resume
• Helpful Hints
UNIT IV
Presentation Skills:
• Importance of Presentation Skills
• Capturing Data
• Voice & Picture Integration
• Guidelines to make Presentation Interesting
• Body Language
• Voice Modulation
• Audience Awareness
• Presentation Plan
• Visual Aid
• Forms of Layout
• Styles of Presentation.
UNIT V
Interview Preparation:
• Types of Interview
• Preparing for the Interviews
• Attending the Interview
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• Interview Process
• Employers Expectations
• General Etiquette
• Dressing Sense
• Postures & Gestures
UNIT VI
Group Discussion & Presentation:
• Definition
• Process
• Guidelines
• Helpful Expressions
• Evaluation
(Note: Every student shall be given 15 minutes. of presentation time & 45 minutes of
discussion on his/ her presentation.)
The student will be evaluated on the basis of:
His / her presentation style
Feedback of Faculty & Students
General Etiquette
Proficiency in Letter Drafting / Interview Preparation
The paper is internal and at least 3 tests will be taken. Best 2 of 3 shall
account for final
grades (70% Test & 30% Presentation)
REFERENCE BOOKS:
1. Business Communication – K.K.Sinha.
2. Business Communication – Pal & Korlahalli.
3. Basic Grammar – Wren & Martin
4. Better Business Communication - Denish Murphy
5. Written Executive Communication - Shurter
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SEMESTER-2
BSCFSHM-201
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAFETY-I
UNIT I
Safe Work Place
�� Safe means of access
�� Fall Protection
�� Safety while working on Roofs
�� PFASS (Personal Fall Arrest Safety System)
Scaffolding
�� Parts of Scaffold
�� Ladder Access
�� Working on Scaffold
�� Basic requirements of Scaffolding
�� Erection of Scaffolding
�� Scaffolding Safety
�� Scaffold Inspection
UNIT II
Ladders
�� Types of Ladders
�� Selection of Ladder
�� Positioning ladders
�� Safety Precautions
Permit To Work System (PTW)
�� Definition
�� Hot Work Permit
�� Cold Work Permit
�� Responsibilities relating with PTW
�� Circumstances when Permit is required
�� Confined Space entry
UNIT III
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
�� Need and importance of PPE
�� Employer’s responsibilities
�� Employees responsibilities
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�� Types of PPE
�� Head Protection
�� Eye and Face Protection
�� Ear Protection
�� Hand Protection
�� Leg Protection
�� Skin Protection
�� Respiratory protection
HSE Training
�� Importance of Safety Education
�� Safety Training
�� Objectives of HSE training and education
�� Induction Training
�� In-house Training
�� Specialised Training
�� Tool Box Meeting (TBM)
References:
1. Construction Safety Hand Book – Muraleedharan Pillai
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BSCFSHM-202
CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY SAFETY-II
UNIT I
Safe Use of Hand Tools and Portable Power Tools
�� Hand Tools
�� Ten Commandments for personnel using hand tools
�� Portable Electric Power Tools
�� Pneumatic Tools
�� Lone Working
Safe Operation of Vehicles, Equipment and Machinery
�� Workplace Transport
�� Hazards
�� Pedestrian routes
�� Vehicular routes
�� Reversing operations (Safety guidelines)
�� Instructions for drivers
�� Hand held Power circular Saws
�� Chain Saws
�� Abrasive Wheels
UNIT II
Safe Material Handling Operations
�� Safe Handling of materials
�� Major injuries
�� Lifting appliances
�� Safe operations of Cranes
�� Pilings, Rigs, Side Booms
�� General Safety Requirements for Lifting operations
Accident Reporting, Investigation and Analysis
�� Definitions
�� Lost Time Injury (LTI)
�� Multiple LTI
�� Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate (LTIFR)
�� Lost time Injury Severity Rate (LTISR)
�� Reporting near misses
�� Reporting Accidents
UNIT III
Major activities of Construction Project
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�� Definitions
�� Excavation Hazards & precautions
�� Methods of Excavation
�� Welding and Cutting Operations
�� Types of Welding
�� Hazards and precautions for welding
�� Confined Space entry precautions
�� Painting operations - Hazards and precautions
�� Sand Blasting - Hazards and precautions
�� Demolition - Hazards and precautions
References:
1. Construction Safety Hand Book – Muraleedharan Pillai
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BSCFSHM-203
Emergency Planning & First Aid
UNIT I
On site Emergency Planning
�� On-site Emergency Plan
�� Emergency Alarm System
�� Emergency Control Room
�� Key personnel
�� Emergency Control Program
Off site Emergency Planning
�� Off-site Emergency Plan
�� Mutual Aid Scheme
�� Emergency Evacuation
�� Security and Media management
UNIT II
Hazard Communication
�� Safe Handling of hazardous substance
�� Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
�� Use of hazardous and Toxic substance
�� Storage and Handling
�� Transportation of Hazardous substance
First Aid
�� Introduction
�� Principles of First Aid
�� Training i9n First Aid
�� General rules of First Aid
�� Shocks
�� Electrical Shock
�� Artificial Respiration
�� Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation
�� Chocking
�� Fainting
�� Poisoning
�� Open Wounds
�� Control of bleeding
�� Burns and Scalds
�� Heart Attack
References:
1. Construction Safety Hand Book – Muraleedharan Pillai
2. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-204
Communicative English
UNIT I
Vocabulary Development
�� Reading (English Novels & News Papers)
�� Dictation
�� New Words finding
�� Word Quiz
Grammar Development
�� The Tenses
�� Subject and Predicate
�� The Phrase and The Clause
�� Parts of Speech
�� Noun : Gender, Number, Case
�� Adjectives
�� Position of the Adjectives
�� Articles
�� Personal Pronouns
�� Relative Pronouns
�� The Verb
�� Subject Verb Agreement
�� Active and Passive Voice
�� Uses of the Tenses
�� The Infinitive
�� The auxiliaries
�� Adverb
�� Preposition
�� Conjunction
UNIT II
Fluency development
�� Story Telling
�� Narration
�� Group Discussion
�� Dialogue
�� Presentation
Written
�� Lay out of Business letters
�� Lay out of Reports
�� Lay out of Agenda and Minutes of Meetings
References: High School English Grammar and Composition – Wren & Martin
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BSCFSHM-205
PRACTICAL
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SEMESTER - 3
BSCFSHM-301
Fire Science – Part-II
UNIT I
Basic physics
• Units
• Guidelines for writing the units
• Force, resultant force
• Laws of force
• Laws of motion
• Mass and weight, work, power, energy
• Law of conservation of energy
• Mechanics – rest and motion
• Distance and displacement
• Speed and velocity
UNIT II
Fire Chemistry – II
�� Atomic structure
• Elements, compounds
• Pure substance and mixture
• Physical and chemical changes
• Condition for the changes
• Energy changes
• Effects of heat on matter
• Combustion
• Temperature
• Specific heat capacity
• Catalyst
• Neutralization
• Sublimation
• Heat of decomposing
• Chemical reaction
• Exothermic reaction and endothermic reaction
• Transmission of heat
• Flash and fire point
• Flammables and combustible chemicals
• Spontaneous combustion
Reference: Principles of Physical Chemistry – Dr. BR Puri, Dr. LR Shama, Mr. Patania
Thermodynamics – Dr. JC Kuriakose, Dr. J Raja Ram
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BSCFSHM-302
Security Management of Industrial Plants
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Need of Security Arrangements in Industrial Plants
�� Security Programme
�� Fencing and Walls
�� External Landscape
�� Lighting
��
UNIT II
�� Alarm System
�� Visitor Entry Pass
�� Employee entry Pass
�� Communication
�� Safe Keys and Locks
UNIT II
�� Security Guard Force
�� Check List for Plant Security
�� Security Staff Parade Drills
�� Discipline
�� Record Keeping
References:
Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-303
Organisation, Administration and Management Responsibility
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Objectives
�� Basic Safety Programming
�� Safety Department
UNIT II
�� Management Responsibility for Safety
�� Safeguarding Public
�� General Safety Rules
�� Responsibilities of Government
�� Responsibilities of Social Organizations
�� Responsibilities of Public Authorities
UNIT III
�� Safety Activities of ILO
�� Maintenance and Safety
�� Factories Act – 1948
�� Inspection and certifying
References:
Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-304
Chemical and Environmental Hazards
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Multiple effects of Chemicals
�� Industrial Toxicology
�� Toxic Chemicals and its harmful effects on Humans
�� Harmful effects of Chemicals
�� Factors influencing the effects of Toxic Materials
�� Units of concentration
UNIT II
�� Chemical Hazards Exposures
�� Safety Analysis
�� Control Measures
�� Management of Workplace Exposure
�� Plant Operations
�� Dust Explosions
UNIT III
�� Introduction to Environmental Hazards
�� Terms and Definitions
�� Pollution
�� Environment Pollutants
�� Energy, Man and Environment
�� Law of Conservation of Energy
�� Thermodynamics
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
2. Thermodynamics – Dr. JC Kuriakose, Dr. J Raja Ram
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BSCFSHM-305
PRACTICAL
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SEMESTER - 4
BSCFSHM-401
Industrial Psychology, Ergonomics and Accidents
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Industrial Psychology
�� Scope of Industrial Psychology
�� Concepts of Industrial Psychology
�� Principles of Industrial Psychology
�� Applications of Industrial Psychology
�� Industrial Accidents
�� Human Carelessness
�� Accident Proneness
�� Physical Factors
UNIT II
�� Vision
�� Reaction Time
�� Relationship between Perception and muscular responses and injuries
�� Relationship between Intelligence and Injury Experience
�� Hearing
�� Emotional Instability
�� Fatigue
�� Illumination
�� Noise
UNIT III
�� Vision
�� Atmospheric conditions
�� Job stress and its effect
�� Coping with stress
�� Bio Mechanics and Ergonomics
�� Industrial Ergonomics and Measurements
UNIT IV
�� Physiology
�� Psychology
�� Working Environment
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-402
Industrial Noise and Noise Control
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Effect of noise on the auditory system
�� Electrical noise and interferences
�� Audible Noise
�� Acoustics
�� Fundamentals of sound
�� Measurement of audible noise
UNIT II
�� Attenuation of Sound Pressure Levels
�� Acceptable levels of noise
�� Criteria for Hearing Loss
�� Control of noise
�� Noise Abatement
�� Vibration
�� Galloping
UNIT III
�� Corona vibrations
�� Vibration Dampers
�� Audiometric Testing
�� Hearing Protectors
�� Record Keeping
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-403
Industrial Safety Analysis
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Homogeneity in system analysis
�� Locating and defining injury sources
�� Sources of Data
�� Identify causes of Injury
�� Information for identification
�� Subsidiary facts
�� Injury Investigation
UNIT II
�� Evolution of Methodical Analysis
�� Binary Number System
�� Computer Logic
�� Safety Analysis Technique
�� Fault Tree Calculations
�� Fault Tree Limitations
UNIT III
�� Failure Modes and Effect Analysis
�� Other systems analysis Techniques
�� Risk Tolerability
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-404
Safety in Power Plants
UNIT I
�� Responsibilities of Employees
�� General Safety Requirement/guidelines
�� Boilers
�� Structure and Buildings
�� Control of Fluid systems safety
�� Safety guidelines for high speed rotary equipment
�� Gas Turbine
�� Fuel Pipe Line
UNIT II
�� Safety of Diesel Stations
�� Electrical quality associated with Human Injury
�� Safety Precautions for electrical workers
�� Safety Rules for Line Men
�� Authorization
�� Care and storage of live line tools
UNIT III
�� HT and EHT Cables
�� Precautions in respect of Storage Batteries
�� Electrical Maintenance
�� Earthing
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-405
PRACTICAL
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SEMESTER - 5
BSCFSHM-501
Radiation Hazards
UNIT I
�� Definitions
�� Nuclear Energy
�� Nuclear Fission
�� Nuclear Cycle
�� Enrichment
�� Fabrication
�� Nuclear Fission Chain Reaction
�� Nuclear Cycle Re processing
�� Nuclear Power Plant
UNIT II
�� Natural Gas
�� Thermal Neutrons
�� Enrichment Process
�� Chain Reaction
�� Ionizing and non ionizing radiation
�� Particulate and electromagnetic radiation
�� Radiation Dose
�� Alpha Radiation
�� Gamma Radiation
�� Cosmic Radiation
UNIT III
�� Ionizing Radiation Controls
�� Devices for measuring Radiation
�� Controlling Radiation Hazards
�� Controlling Radiation Exposure
�� Non ionizing Radiation
�� Disposal of Radioactive wastes
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-502
Safety Training for employees and Human Resource Development
(HRD)
UNIT I
�� Definitions
�� Methods of Training to Industrial Employees
�� Discussion Groups
�� Continued Training
�� Training Facilities
�� Benefits of Training to Employees
�� Specialized Training for Safety
�� Positive Instructions
UNIT II
�� Human Resource Development (HRD)
�� HRD Concept
�� Nature of HRD
�� Objectives of HRD
�� Benefits of HRD
�� Concept of HRD
�� HRD Matrix
�� HRD Process
�� Challenges and Tasks
�� Emerging Horizons
�� HR Managers
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-503
Social Security in Industries
UNIT I
�� Definitions
�� Scope of Social Security
�� Social Security in India
�� Administration
�� Working of ESI
�� Benefits of Workers
UNIT II
�� Group Life Insurance
�� Workman’s Compensation Act
�� Maternity Benefit Act
�� Employees Provident Fund Act
�� Right to Payment for Maternity
UNIT III
�� Insurance Policies
�� Taking Policy
�� Transit Insurance
�� Employees State Insurance
�� Inspection/ Safety Audit
�� After Fire incident
�� After Theft
�� After Accident
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-504
Occupational Health
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Occupational Health Risks
�� Ways to reduce occupational Risks
�� Excerpts from ILO Convention
�� Measures for Occupational Health and Safety
�� Compensation and Rehabilitation
UNIT II
�� Working Women
�� Working Children
�� Insurance Schemes
�� Tips to improve Occupational Health
�� Community Health
�� Health services
UNIT III
�� Preventive medicines
�� Illness and Healing
�� Degenerative Illness
�� Common Diseases
�� Care of ENT
�� Diseases: Causes and cures
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-505
PRACTICAL
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SEMESTER - 6
BSCFSHM-601
Controlling Environmental Pollution
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Survival of the environment
�� Conflict between North and South
�� Endangered Earth
�� Environmental Control Regulations
�� Control through education
�� Impact Assessment
�� Prevention and control of pollution
�� Central Pollution Control Board
UNIT II
�� Approaches to environmental Regulation
�� Concept of Industrial Ecology
�� Environmental Management System
�� Compliance to Legislations
�� Environmental Standards
�� ISO 14000
�� International Environmental guiding Principles
UNIT III
�� Environment Management
�� Integrated approach in managing Safety & Environment
�� Development process towards sustainability
�� Management and waste disposal system
�� Hazardous Waste Management
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-602
Disaster Management
UNIT I
�� Introduction
�� Disaster Management Plan
�� Disaster Zoning for natural calamities
�� Important consideration in Disaster Management
�� Structure
�� Constitution
�� Needs and resources to tackle disaster
UNIT II
�� Pre-Disaster preparedness
�� Post disaster response and recovery
�� Control of emergencies
�� Organization consideration
�� Concept of communication
UNIT III
�� Pre-Disaster preparedness
�� Disaster Management Plan
�� Fire : Disaster
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-603
Energy Conservation and Sustainable Development
UNIT I
�� Energy Conservation Act
�� Bureau of Energy Efficiency
�� Energy Management
�� Energy Conservation
�� Energy Audits
�� Indian Renewable Energy Development Agency (IREDA)
�� Sustainable energy development
UNIT II
�� Introduction to sustainable development
�� Issue of achieving sustainable development
�� Optimal resource utilization
�� Sustainable cities
�� Sustainable Transportation system
UNIT III
�� Sustainable mining Technology
�� Energy conservation
�� Sustainable Future
�� Efficient energy management
�� Bio-Methanation
�� Bio filtration
�� Sustainable development
�� Protection of atmosphere
References:
1. Industrial Safety, Health and Environment Management Systems – RK Jain
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BSCFSHM-604
PRACTICAL I
BSCFSHM-605
PRACTICAL II

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