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WELCOME TO

OUR
PRESENTATION

Presentation On Industrial Hazards


Prepared By
Suvanker Nandi
Roll:- 87
&
Shahariar kabir
Roll:- 102

Submitted To:Joy Sarkar


Dept:-Textile Eng.
(WUB)

contents

INTRODUCTION
WHAT ARE INDUSTRIAL HAZARDS?
GENERAL HAZARDS IN INDUSTRIES
a) Fire accidents
b) Mechanical
c) Electrical
d) Chemical and Pharmaceutical
E) Dust explosion
IMAGES FOR UNDERSTANDING BETTER
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY
CONCLUSION

INTRODUCTION
HAZARD is a situation that posses
a level of threat to life, health,
property or environment
INDUSTRIAL HAZARD may be
defined as any condition produced
by industries that may cause injury
or death to personnel or loss of
product or property.

CAUSES OF
INDUSTRIAL HAZARDS

Physical --noise, vibration, heat,


cold, pressure, radiation, fibers,
Chemical flammable/explosive
materials, toxics, sensitizing agents.
Biological dust , pathogens
Psychological work place practices
& systems, payment systems

GENERAL HAZARDS IN
INDUSTRIES

FIRE HAZARDS
MECHANICAL HAZARDS
ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
CHEMICAL HAZARDS
PHARMACEUTICAL HAZARDS
RADIATION HAZARDS
DUST EXPLOSION

FIRE HAZARDS

Fire is an exothermic chemical


reaction between oxygen and fuel.
The effect of fire on people take
the form of skin burns

SOURCES OF FIRE
HAZARDS

Hot surfaces
Combustible and flammable
liquids
Heat utilization equipments (over
heating) Lightening
Gas cylinders

MECHANICAL HAZARDS
It occurs due to:
Large number of equipments
Crowded work place conditions
Frequent interaction between
worker and equipment
Insecurely fixed machines
Failure of SOP

ELECTRICAL HAZARDS
The most frequent causes of
electrical injury/death are:
1.Contact with power lines
2 Electric shocks and burns due to
poor indication facilities
3. wiring faults and improperly wired
equipments
4. Sparking at loose connection

CHEMICAL HAZARDS

Chemical hazards are: - Toxic Corrosive - Irritant - Carcinogenic Flammable Mutagenic


Chemical reactions may get out of
control due to: -Wrong raw materials
-Raw materials with impurities
-Changed operating conditions -Time
delay -Equipment failure

PHARMACEUTICAL
HAZARDS

Some general health hazards in


manufacture of pharmaceuticals
include:
Dust and noise exposures
Exposure to UV radiation
Exposure to formaldehyde
Repetitive motion disorders

DUST EXPLOSION

The term dust is used if the


maximum particle size of the
solids in the mixture is 500 mm
Dust explosion is a rapid
combustion of a dust cloud.
Drying, milling and blending
operations generate atmospheric
and fugitive dust emissions.

IMAGES FOR
UNDERSTANDING BETTER
INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

In all places of employment:


passage ways, store rooms and
service rooms shall be kept clean
and orderly in a sanitary condition.
Every structure is required to have
load bearing when using for storage.
Treads on all stairs shall be
reasonably slip resistant.

CONCLUSION
Review of constructor safety
awareness and recommend
suitable improvement measures.
Systematic training of employees is
necessary. In addition, there
should be a committee in each
department , responsible for safety
in their departments.

THANK YOU
ALL