Nayak, Laxminarayan (2016) Ehs Risk Assesment of M.R.C.S.B Project, L&T, Goa (Under Construction) and Design of City Gas Distribution Network by Using Technical Standards and Specification Including Safety Standards. MTech thesis.
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An EHS leader must Fully understand the philosophy of L.I.F.E. & Zero Harm Vision along with Inspire others to behave safely and have due regard for the environment. He must have ability to recognize the connection between good EHS and good business practices and Posses up-to-date EHS knowledge. He must have communication skills to convey and demonstrate leadership to all levels of the workforce and committed to action at all times. EHS culture has four stages namely pathological, reactive, calculative, proactive and generative stage. Zero harm vision has seven key elements. First element is leadership and commitment so Leaders must promote & demonstrate visual EHS commitment, excellence and lead by example.
Second element is the risk management. Class one risk activity incorporated with working at height, vehicles, plants and equipment, tunneling, excavation, form work, mechanical lifting, work in confined space, work with electricity, working adjacent to public areas and hot work. Third element is setting of objectives and targets which should be measurable, attainable, and relevant and must have time bound. Fourth element is training and competence which includes of evaluation of training needs and periodical training for all personnel. Daily tool box talk to create awareness and propagate the incident and case studies among all the workmen.
Fifth element is the communication and consultation. It includes monthly EHS meeting, EHS notice board, and EHS newsletter. Sixth element is to measure performance by inspection, internal audit and external audit. Seventh element is review and changes. Reviewing & managing changes is designed to expedite control and manage changes to policies, procedures, standards, organizational management and the execution or sequence of EHS related critical activities.
Risk management has four stages namely identifying hazards, access the risk, determine the controls, and implement the controls, monitor, review and update. The approach must passes through a hierarchy of elimination, substitution, engineering control, administrative control, training and Personal protective equipment. In this study I have done risk assessment of different activities of construction of MRCSB Project, L&T, Goa. Then a comparable study between RA and RR has been done. After analyzing all the facts it is found that despite Risk assessment for every activities the KPI are not up to expectation. So to find out the root cause of this nonconformity gap analysis has been done.
Real field data collected along with lagging and leading indicator, discussion with ground people. Fish bone analysis and by studying different laws, code of practices suggest some recommendation to improve site condition.
|Item Type:||Thesis (MTech)|
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||EHS risk assessment; Gap analysis; Data collection; Data analysis|
|Subjects:||Engineering and Technology > Chemical Engineering > Environmental Engineering|
|Divisions:||Engineering and Technology > Department of Chemical Engineering|
|Deposited By:||Mr. Sanat Kumar Behera|
|Deposited On:||21 Sep 2017 12:50|
|Last Modified:||21 Sep 2017 12:50|
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