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industrial Disaster Risk Management Training Modules

Training modules for main issues relevant for industrial/chemical disaster prevention and risk management - 15 important brochures for downloading and online learning.

Key note of Ltd General Dr. J.R. Bhardwaj, former Member, NDMA, GoI

Proper training is essential for developing the capacity of stakeholders in the area of disaster risk management. Capacity development programmes need to be organized with the help of properly formulated training modules based on international best practices- The training modules prepared under the DMI-GIZ collaboration for imparting training in industrial Disaster Risk Management (iDRM) are such examples. These modules will help trainees in developing knowledge and skill in specific thematic areas to reduce the risk of industrial disasters.


I take this opportunity to express deep appreciation of the commitment of various stake holder groups who extended their willing support and cooperation to this effort. I wish that such modules are used extensively by all stake holders across the country and preparation of such modules in more themes should be extensively encouraged under national action plan of chemical (industrial) disaster management.

List of all modules

Italics: not yet available in print version

  1. Confined Space Safety
  2. Safety in Transportation of Hazardous Chemicals
  3. Hazards Identification and Control Measures in Chemical (Industrial) Workplaces
  4. First Aid in iDRM
  5. Personal Protective Equipment
  6. Accident Causation: Models and Theories
  7. Human Factors in Accidents and prevention
  8. Organisational Commitments in Reducing Accidents
  9. Job safety analysis
  10. What should I Know as District Collector and Why?
  11. Risk Assessment and Management
  12. Consequence analysis: application in emergency planning
  13. On-site emergency plan
  14. Off-site emergency management plan
  15. Industrial Disaster Response Guide

Module 5 - Personal Protective Equipments: Only option for safety↵

Module 12 - Consequence Analysis: Point to be taken

The 29th March 2010 during the inauguration of the DMI new office building the first training modules were launched

from left to right: Dr Rakesh Dubey, Director DMI, Sri Kochar, Director T&CP, Sri Alok Srivastava, PS H&E Department, Govt of MP, Hon'ble Minister Sri Jayant Kumar Malliya, Housing and Environment Department, Govt of MP, Dr Manoj Govil, Executive Director, DMI

from left to right: Hon'ble Minister Sri Jayant Kumar Malliya, Housing and Environment Department, Govt of MP and Dr Manoj Govil, Executive Director, DMI with the brochure of the new training module prepared by DMI and InWEnt/ASEM under the Indo-German bilateral cooperation.

Published under
GIZ-ASEM Capacity Development Programme for industrial Disaster Risk Management (iDRM)

Friedrich-Ebert-Allee 40
53113 Bonn
Phone +49 228 4460-0
Fax +49 228 4460-1766

Division for Environment, Energy and Water
Lützowufer 6-9
10785 Berlin, Germany
Dr. Christina Kamlage
Phone +49 30 25487-117
Steffi Mallinger
Phone +49 30 25487-116

Disaster Management Institute
Prayavaran Parisar
E-5, Arera Colony, PB No. 563
Bhopal-462 016 MP (India)
Phone +91 755 2466715, 2461538, 2461348, 293592 Fax +91 755 2466653


Thought all care has been taken while researching and compiling the contents provided in this booklet. DMI-InWEnt-gtz-ASEM accept no liability for its correctness. The reader is advised to confirm specification and health hazards described in the booklet before taking any steps, suitability of action requires verifications through other sources also. Information provided here does not constitute an endorsement or recommendation.


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