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Ankleshwar (Gujarat) - Chemical Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Response - Best Practices – what can we learn in iDRM form international experiences training for Regulators and Industries

Code IDRM|2009|MIX|84
Short title Ankleshwar - iDRM and international experiences for regulators and industries (1)
Title Ankleshwar (Gujarat) - Chemical Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Response - Best Practices – what can we learn in iDRM form international experiences training for Regulators and Industries
Fields iDRM IDRM: Disaster Managment incl On- and Off-Site Emergency Plans
Target Groups MIX: Mixed Group
Persons

Dr. K. U. Mistry (Speaker)

Vijay Asar (Speaker)

V. C. Bhatt (Speaker)

H. M. Sorathia (Speaker)

K N K Murthy (Speaker)

D.C. Chaudhary (Speaker)

Institutions
Event Details
Date Place Details Application
Mon 20.09.2010
Tue 21.09.2010

2 Day(s)
Ankleshwar (Gujarat)
Ankleshwar , Gujarat
Phone: +91 9893250923

Contact Name: Dr. Rakesh Dubey
rakeshddubey@hotmail.com
Ankleshwar (Gujarat)

Max. participants 120
Target Group Industrial estates, Regulators and administrators, chemical industries, transportation sector, SIDCO, experts, etc.
Organiser NSC Gujarat Chapter, Dr. R. Dubey, Dir. DMI, Prof. Dr. Chr. Jochum, Chairman European Safety Centre, GB
Objectives

Learning from International experiences on iDRM:

  • Mock drills to improve the existing procedures,
  • Incorporation of translation of HIRA results into the development of layout plan of individual industry as well as in the industrial estates/parks
  • Improvement of the on-site and off-site plans with the help of international experts
  • Know the international methods and procedures for making, evaluating and practicing the on and off site emergency plans
  • building the community confidence during risk reduction measures
  • Accident reporting and investigation procedures
  • reporting chemical disasters by taking examples of a few International industrial disasters
Expected results/impacts
  • Increase the quality and approach for industry lay out
  • Integration of international knowledge and skills to improve current practices for the development of new - concepts, guidelines and regulations to:
  • a. Develop safe industrial areas/parks
  • b. Reorientation of on-site and off-site management practices to reduce transport, storage and process based risks
  • c. integrating on-site and off-site emergency planning, especially relevant new industrial parks
  • Capacity development of making reduced risk industrial estates/parks
  • Organising the improved Mock drills
  • Improving the accidents reporting and investigating procedure for lesion learning to reduce accidents/disasters rates
  • Improving the media reporting for chemicals disasters
Description of contents/agenda

International best practices on HIRA/accident investigation/emergency planning both on-site and off-site/community awareness model, European regulations and comparison with Indian regulations

Icon Program (109KB)
Training program on “Chemical Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Response” at Ankleshwar (Gujarat)
Pictures

Sometimes crisis communication becomes a crisis of communication!

Banner

CIF Gujarat - Mr. Chaudhari

Dr. Ch. Jochum

The Audience

Event report and material
Icon Event Report (296KB)
Event report of Training program on “Chemical Emergency Planning, Preparedness and Response”
Ankleshwar - iDRM and international experiences for regulators and industries
Future Strategies
Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director DMI Bhopal
Icon Best Practice (2.2 MB)
European Best Practice for industrial Disaster Risk Management
Dr. Christian Jochum - Director of Centre, European Process Safety Centre and Chairman, German Commission on Process Safety
Examples from World Big industrial Disaster
Dr. Christian Jochum - Director of Centre, European Process Safety Centre and Chairman, German Commission on Process Safety
BP Texas City Explosion - 2005
A detailed study of the events leading up to the BP Texas City refinery explosion of 2005. Litigation is still ongoing for this incident, which was preventable.
Experiences of Europe - a pragmatic approach
H. Srinivasaiah - Director of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health - Government of Karnataka
Download with the previous presentation to the same folder!
Supplementary file for the presentation "On- and off site plans" by Mr. H. Srinivasaiah - Director of Factories, Boilers, Industrial Safety & Health - Government of Karnataka
vis a vis major emergencies
V. C.Bhatt CM (Fire & Safety) - GNFC LTD
Techniques for Industries
Vijay Asar - Chief Coordinator, Disaster Prevention & Management Centre
Fire Station, GIDC, Ankleshwar- 2
Community Awareness and its Involvement in Disaster Management
H N Sorathia - Ex-VP (Safety and CCR ) - RIL, Baroda
Overview of characterisics of the iDRM platform
Ankleshwar - iDRM and international experiences for regulators and industries

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