Vision

To generate, develop and sustain a voluntary movement on HSE at the National Level aimed at educating and influencing society to adopt appropriate policies, practices and procedures that prevent and mitigate human suffering and economic loss arising from all types of accidents.

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Mission

Will sustain its position as a premier, non-profit, self-financing and tripartite apex body at the national level. Towards the above goal, NSC will continue to acquire professional excellence with focus on high quality service, customer satisfaction and cost effectiveness.

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Awards & Rewards

The Council during its past years of existence has successfully organised and conducted several industrial Safety programmes both for Management and Workmen on in-company and Inter-Company basis. The Chapter had designed and conducted a number of Road Safety Programmes for Licensed Drivers.

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About National Safety Council

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National Safety Council (NSC) was set up by the Ministry of Labour, Government of India (GOI) on 4th March, 1966 to generate, develop and sustain a voluntary movement on Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) at the national level. It is an apex nonprofit making, tripartite body, registered under the Societies Registration Act 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust Act 1950.

The council has its own memorandum of association and rules & regulations. Rules and regulations of the council provides for setting up of state chapters for furnishing its objectives and carrying out activities at the state level.

To fulfill its objective NSC carries out various activities. These include organising and conducting specialised training courses, conferences, seminars & workshops; conducting consultancy studies such as safety audits, hazard evaluation & risk assessment; designing and developing HSE promotional materials & publications; facilitating organisations in celebrating various campaigns e.g. Safety Day, Fire Service Week, World Environment Day. A computerised Management Information Service has been setup for collection, retrieval and dissemination of information on HSE aspects.

About Uttarakhand Chapter

uttarakhand

Uttarakhand a new state was established in 2000 .State Govt. took very good initiative to develop SIDCUL in Pantnagar, Sitar Ganj & Haridwar. More than 600 Industries started their factories with a huge range of products including Automobile companies i.e. Bajaj Auto Ltd, Tata Motors, Ashoka Leyland, Mahindra & Mahindra , Hero Honda & Parle Biscuits . Accordingly, variety of industrial activities increased very rapidly. The sudden increase of industrial activities, it was essential to create safety awareness among the employees/ employers .Therefore, Directorate of factories, Uttarakhand constituted NSC Chapter, Uttarakhand in August 2003with affiliation of National safety council, Mumbai to promote safety in the industries effectively.

Uttarakhand chapter is an independent non-commercial, nonprofit making, non political and autonomous chapter. First Annual General Meeting of the chapter was held in 2004 which was chaired by CIF Uttarakhand. along with 10 members. Mr. R.K. Sharma, Jt.General Manager (Health, Safety & Environment)  ,India Glycols Limited ,Kashipur was nominated as Secretary of the chapter. Further to make the chapter more meaning ful, Dy. Director of Factories& Boilers, Uttarakhand, Mr RK Singh was nominated as Chair man of the Chapter in 2005. In lieu of further safety enhancement and to increase more industries participation, Mr PM Dindorkar General Manager, Bajaj Auto Ltd was nominated Vice Chairman of the Chapter in May 2011.

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More than 130 industries & 32 individuals have taken membership of Uttarakhand Chapter so far. Safety awareness among the industries have been increased drastically.NSC Chapter, Uttarakhand is dedicated and working very hard towards involving all the industries through membership of the Chapter.

NSC Uttarakhand chapter is conducting specialized training , conferences, seminars & workshops; conducting consultancy studies such as safety audits, hazard evaluation & risk assessment etc to support the industries and inculcate competitiveness among them.

In the course of its services for the last 5 years, it has built up technical expertise and competence to meet the emerging challenges in the HSE aspects due to continuous advancements in technologies. NSC Uttarakhand chapter is dedicated to service to the industries of Uttarakhand in developing safety awareness and HSE related guidance.

 

About National Safety Council
National Safety Council (NSC) was set up by the Ministry of Labour, Government of India. Click Here
How to apply
To apply for membership please contact Office Bearers of NSC Uttarakhand. Click Here
Eligibility
All industrial undertakings registered under the Factories Act, 1948 and situated in Uttarakhand are eligible.

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World Environment Day, 5th June-2016


"Go Wild for Life"


 ZERO TOLERANCE FOR THE ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE


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45th   NATIONAL SAFETY DAY (4 th MARCH' 2016)

“STRENGTHEN SAFETY MOVEMENT TO ACHIEVE ZERO HARM ”

          The 45th “NATIONAL SAFETY DAY” to be celebrated on 4th  March' 2016 as a mark of foundation day of the National Safety Council, set up by Ministry of Labour, Government of India. On this occasion, Safety celebrations will continue for a month period at site.On this occasion, our motto should be rededicate ourselves to the cause of Safety, Health and Protection of Environment. We should do our best to develop attitudes and habits to ensure SAFE days ahead.

We wish that all of us should do our best to achieve Excellency in SAFETY RECORDS by  adopting and ensuring Safe Work Practices as well as Safe Work Conditions.

Let us join hands to make industries a Healthier & Safer Place to Work!

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Road Safety Week 

11 jan. to 17 jan.2016

 

The theme for Road Safety Week celebration of 2016 is “Stop accidents before they stop you” to increase awareness among people against the  fast & furious driving.
  • The Road Safety Week is being initiated by the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and supplemented the efforts by National Safety Council from the year 2011. The National Safety Council had also declared to celebrate the Road Safety Week all through the country in the month of January (11 - 17 January every year).
  • Celebrating the road safety campaign is being initiated by various  Industries in order to make people aware about the road safety. The aim of this campaign is to emphasize and accentuate employees about the need of safe roads travel by applying just simple rules. It also need efforts from different stakeholders such as the community, transport sector, students, employees etc.
  • As per statistical data and information, it has been noted that approximately one lakh people are getting killed per year in the road accidents or some of them become sufferer of the life threatening problems such as mental trauma, loss of memory, loss of hand or legs and so many for the whole life. Such situations specially in India increases the importance and necessity of the road safety measures. India has a very huge population of the road travelers such as two wheelers, four wheelers on the road, that’s why they must have more awareness about road safety.
  • Road Safety campaign address the following issues-
  • To encourage all the travelers to follow the traffic rules and wear helmets while diving two wheelers and seat belts while driving four wheelers.
  • To aware the people about the speed limit of the vehicles to prevent road accidents.
  • To maintain the speed and required distance from other vehicles
  • To aware people that do not drink alcoholic beverages while driving.
  • To aware people that do not drive when tired.
  • To aware people that do not use mobile phones while driving.
  • To keep vehicle in maintained / healthy condition always for safe driving.
  • To aware about road signs.
  • To implement the new preventative measures which are proved to lessen the risk of road accidents, death or injury.
THINK !!
Accident Bring Tears !
Safety Brings Cheers !
                         
Dr.R.K.Sharma,

Secretary, NSC-Uttarakhand Chapter &

GM (HSE), India Glycols. Ltd.


 
Wish you & your family a very happy & SAFE diwali

FIRE WORKS- A DEADLY AFFAIR

IT IS ADVISABLE TO EXERCISE SELF-RESTRAINT, BY FOLLOWING FEW SAFETY MEASURES WHILE LIGHTING FIREWORKS.

 DOs

M Buy fireworks of authorized/reputed manufacturers only.

MOrganize a community display of fireworks rather than individuals handlin

crackers.

M Always use a long candle/'phooljhari' for igniting fire crackers and keep elbow

     joint  straight to increase the distance between the body and the crackers

M  Always supervise children while they light fireworks..

M  Light fireworks outside the house.

M  Hold sparklers away from the body.

M  Store fireworks in metal containers away from a heat source. When there    are      young children. Keep fireworks  out of their reach. 

M  Always wear close fitting cotton clothes while lighting fireworks. Have concern for the aged, the sick and the infants. Never light loud fireworks near them.

M  Keep a bucket of water handy. This will not only help to put out small fires but also help to cool burns in case of emergency.

M Always be prepared for an emergency. If clothes catch fire. Do not run pour water if available or stop where you are. Drop to the ground and roll to put out the flames. In case of burns pour water till the pain subsides. Do not apply oil or greasy substance or ointment. Water helps to cool the burn and reduces damage to the skin. In case of Burns consult the Doctor

Don’ts

M Don’t wear loose flowing clothes or clothes with long sleeves while lighting fireworks.

M Don’t ignite fireworks while holding them.

M Don't bend over a firework while lighting it. Light it from the side and quickly move away. Never return to it after lighting. It may explode on your face.

M Don't light Anars (flowerpots) holding in your hand.

M Don't light fireworks under confinement in a metal container.

M Don't tamper with misfired fireworks.

M Don't allow small children to handle fireworks.

M Don't keep extra fireworks in your pocket.

M Don't apply any cream or ointment or oil on burnt area

M Don't light fly about fireworks like rockets etc. In IGL complex.

 
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Road Safety Week -2016

Road Safety Week (RSW) is observed throughout India under the guidance of theMinistry of Road Transport &Highways, Govt. of India from 11 - 17 January.

The National Safety Council (NSC) is deeply concerned about the mounting toll of deaths on Indian roads. Speeding vehicles, drunk driving, low use of helmets & seat belts and child restraints in vehicles, etc. have resulted in most of the accidents on the roads.

NSC supplements the Govt's initiative by promoting RSW among its Members / Patrons by developing appropriate promotional materials related to prevention and control of road accidents, in the form of safety posters, safety films, banner and pocket guides, etc.

For the RSW 2016 Campaign, NSC is bringing out the  promotional materials:

(NEW) : Made of high quality rexin with Safety Slogan printed (would be found useful

for keeping documents like Insurance Papers, PUC Certificate, RC Card copy, Debit/Credit Cards, etc.)

We are sure, the above promotional materials would help you in observing the RSW-2016 Campaign more effectively. We

appeal to all our Members / Patrons to observe RSW-2016 Campaign hand-in-hand with NSC commencing from

11 - 17 Jan., 2016. We look forward to your enthusiastic response.

Kindly send us a brief report of the RSW celebration with photographs immediately after the function for publication.

Kindly place your firm order by returning the duly filled-in Order Form along with full advance payment, retaining a photocopy of the same for your records.

The last date for receiving firm orders is 30th November, 2015. However, we request you to place your order well inadvance to enable us to deliver the RSW Campaign materials well in time. The Circular & Order Form are also available on NSC Website.

For more details or assistance, please contact Govind or Bipin on 022-2757 7282.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pledges for Green Life Style & Sustainable Development

“ You can make a difference:– individual actions, when multiplied, can make an exponential difference to the planet!

(Also look into the enclosed file on “ Pledges for Environmental Improvements”)

   

“Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care.”

  

World environment day annual celebration campaign was started to address the huge environmental issues like wastage and losses of food, deforestation, increasing global warming and so many. Every year's celebration is planned according to the particular theme and slogan of the year to bring effectiveness in the campaign all through the world. We want you to be a part of the growing voice that calls upon saving our environment for the future generations. Take this as an opportunity to green up your lifestyle.

 

Theme for the Campaign:

It is celebrated to successfully get carbon neutrality, focusing on the forest management, reducing greenhouse effects, promoting bio-fuels production by planting on degraded lands, use of hydro-power to enhance electricity production, encourage common public to use solar water heaters, energy production through solar sources, developing new drainage systems, promoting coral reefs and mangroves restoration in order to get prevented from flooding and erosion including other ways of environmental preservation.

 

This year’s World Environment Day global celebrations will convene under the theme resource efficiency and sustainable consumption and production (SCP) within the context of the planet's regenerative capacity. The slogan, “Seven Billion Dreams. One Planet. Consume with Care”, was chosen through voting on social media. Italy will serve as the host of the 2015 event and the global WED celebrations will be organised at the Milan Expo. Celebrations at the Milan Expo will complement the Expo's theme, ‘Feeding the Planet—Energy for Life', which will showcase ideas, solutions and technology to help ensure healthy, safe and sufficient food for all while respecting the planet and its carrying capacity.

 

How do we adapt to conserve Our Planet & Consume resources with Care:

 

Conserve Energy for Sustainable Development is thinking in terms of creating less impact on our environment. There are many simple and manageable things that we can do every day which add up to the huge change. Governments and businesses around the world can continue to work together to clean up carbon pollution and reduction in GHG emissions and work towards a clean-energy economy. Opportunities exist to promote more energy efficient homes and businesses and to improve industrial practice.

 

Businesses, which use significant amounts of electricity for heating and cooling, lighting, and operating equipment, can make a difference by measuring their carbon footprint and using energy efficient machinery, for example, individuals can also help cut carbon emissions through simple actions like being smart about energy use at work and at home, carpooling or driving fuel-efficient cars. Oil, gas and coal – all fossil fuels – are the greatest source of humanity’s CO2. Individuals, by being more conscious of their environmental footprint, can help reduce the GHGs released into the already warming atmosphere.

 

Energy Conservation

 

In 2002 the motor vehicle stock in OECD countries was 550 million vehicles (75% of which were personal cars). A 32% increase in vehicle ownership is expected by 2020. At the same time, motor vehicle kilometres are projected to increase by 40% and global air travel is projected to triple in the same period.

·         We can shift our consumption patterns towards goods and services with lower energy and material intensity without compromising quality of life.

·         Households consume 29% of global energy and consequently contribute to 21% of resultant CO2 emissions.The cost of renewable energy is increasingly competitive with that derived from fossil fuels. One-fifth of the world’s final energy consumption in 2013 was from renewables.

·         Globally, energy consumption grew most quickly in the transport and service sectors, driven by rising passenger travel and freight transport, and a rapid expansion in the service economy.

Energy is fundamental to the quality of our lives. Today, we are totally dependent on an abundant and uninterrupted supply of energy. It is our duty to save it for the coming generations.

  1. Unplug your electronics (DVD players, TVs, Cell phone chargers, etc.) when you are not using them.
  2. Changing to LED lights not only saves electricity but it also reduces the amount of waste because they do not need to be replaced as often.
  3. Buying local products, saves petroleum and supports local business growth- Less carbon foot prints
  4. Turn off the lights when you leave the room.
  5. Clean the condenser coils at the back of your refrigerator, once in a year for better productivity.
  6. Buy energy efficient appliances (look for the energy star label).
  7. Cover pots on the stove to avoid losing excess heat and wasting energy.
  8. Switch off your Television or Computer, rather than leave it on stand by.
  9. Check the air pressure in your car tyres since under-inflated tyres reduce fuel efficiency.
  10. Don’t charge your cell phones overnight.
  11. Use rechargeable batteries.
  12. Buy solar: Everything from calculators to radios are available in solar these days, as well as solar panels to heat your hot water heater!
  13. Opt for an energy star qualified laptop instead of a power guzzling desktop.

 

Water Conservation

Even though households are relatively low consumers of water, population growth and expanded water use have outweighed the effect of water saving technology and behavior. Less than 3 % of the world’s water is fresh (drinkable), of which 2.5 % is frozen in the Antarctica, Arctic and glaciers. Humanity must therefore rely on 0.5% for all of man’s ecosystem’s and fresh water needs. More than 1 billion people still do not have access to fresh water. Excessive use of water contributes to the global water stress thus use it wisely.

1)      From our toilets to our tubs, approximately 60 percent of a home's water consumption takes place in the bathroom,

§  Turn off water while brushing/shaving/washing dishes.

§  Instead of taking baths, take shorter showers with low-flow showerheads.   

§  Upgrade your toilet to a low flush model.

§  Put dye tablets or food coloring in your toilet tank and wait to see if the color appears in the bowl (without flushing).  If it does, you have a leak! Fix all the leaks promptly.

2)      Make sure that the overhead tanks do not over flow.

3)      Operate the washing machine only when it is fully loaded.

4)      Use the proper water level or load size selection on the washing machine.

5)      Watering of lawns and gardens can double normal household water use during the hot, dry summer months. Established lawns and landscape plantings will usually survive with less watering.

6)      Retrofit older buildings and facilities with water-efficient plumbing fixtures.

7)      Recharge ground water by the method of rainwater harvesting.

 

Reduce Water Pollution

All of us use water in our homes and make it dirty. Contaminated waters are the cause of a large number of diseases. Hence reduce water pollution.

1)      Cooking oil and fats which choke the pipes, should not be thrown down the drain, instead throw them in dustbin.

2)      Chemicals like paints, solvents, insecticides, motor oil and medicines may kill microbes that help purify water. Throw them into dustbins.

3)      Wash your vehicle at a proper washing place/ garage/ authorized servicing centre and avoid mixing of oil in water.

4)      Avoid applying chemicals to your garden especially during rainy season.

5)      Do not dump plastics/polythene bags into the drainage lines.

 

Reduce Noise Pollution

       1)      Avoid using Power Horns.

2)      Always maintain your motor vehicle and its exhaust silencer in proper condition.

3)      Avoid the use of Loud Speakers / Loud music systems between 10:00 P.M. and 6:00 A.M.

4)      Ensure that your diesel Generator Set is provided with acoustic enclosure which gives a reduction of a minimum 25 dB(A) (as per the provisions of the Govt. of India notification GSR 371(E)).

 

Go Green!

             

1)      Do shopping closer to your home.

2)      Plant trees.

3)      Less packing leads to less waste. Buy things in bulk to avoid excess packaging.

4)      Skip the elevator and take stairs.

5)      Take the bus or train- support public transportation.

6)      Ride your bicycle.

7)      Always try to give a ‘print’ on both sides of the paper. Reuse/print again one sided non-use printed papers.

8)      Find new uses for old things.

9)      Unload your trunk, the lighter the load, the less fuel your car consumes.

10)  Start Gardening

11)  Locally grown, organic food has fewer pesticides and chemicals (or none at all) and reduces the energy and pollution caused by transportation.

12)  Sign up for online banking to stop receiving paper statements.

13)  Bring lunch to work in reusable containers.

14)  Dispose useless cell phones at a nearby authorized cell phone dealer.

15)  Choose reusable instead of disposable products (like razors, cups, pens, etc).

16)  Weather permitting, take your exercises outdoors.

17)  Make maximum use of natural light.

18)  Don’t idle away energy. Beyond one minute, it is more fuel-efficient to restart your car.

19)  Do not use the clutch pedal as foot rest.

20)  Shop smart. Bring your own bags to the grocery store. Keep a few reusable shopping bags within easy reach - in your car, purse and office or just near the front door.

21)  Use packing that can be recycled. Ask your vendors to use less packaging when feasible.

22)  Carrying filtered water in hard-plastic water bottles can help you cut down on buying plastic water bottles and other beverages when you're on the go.

23)  Adopt Green Building concepts when you go for a new construction.

24)  Spread the Green word!

 

 

Looking for support and commitment from each and every one to save our planet for our coming generations .

 

Regards,

 Dr.R.K.Sharma

Secretary, NSC Uttarakhand chapter

 

Sub: Golden Jubilee Year of National Safety Council (1966-2016)

Dear

As you are aware, the Council will be completing 50 years on 4th March 2016. Therefore, the Board of Governors has decided to celebrate the year 2015-16 as a Golden Jubilee Year. A number of special activities and events are being planned by the Council throughout this year with a aim to extend the reach and enhance the visibility of the Council.

We propose to launch the Golden Jubilee Year by releasing a specially designed logo and a ‘Commemoration Book’ at the hands of the Hon’ble Minister of State for Labour & Employment (Independent Charge), Shri Bandaru Dattatreya in the NSCI-2014 Award function which is scheduled to be held on 12th March, 2015 at the SCOPE Auditorium, New Delhi. Some other activities planned are as follows :

1. Training programmes for SMEs at some of the industrial pockets in the country. 

2. Seminars on some important current topics on safety for NSC members with participation by invitation only.

3. Collaborative Training Programme on ‘Industrial Safety’ with some employers organizations like CII.

4. Safety Training Programmes for School Children.

5. Production of spot film of 1 or 2 minute duration with important safety message for telecasting on TV channels.

6. APOSHO-31 Conference & AGM.

The Board has also decided that the NSC Chapters should also celebrate the Golden Jubilee Year by taking up similar activities in their States. I particularly, suggest that the Chapters should plan the following types of activities in their States;

i) Training Programmes in various industrial pockets in the State particularly for small scale industry workers in local language.

ii) Seminar in collaboration with Hqs. 

iii) Using Golden Jubilee Year Logo on the letter heads, banners, envelopes, etc. of the Chapter. (The Logo stickers will be made available by the NSC Hqs.) 

iv) Publishing suitable advertisements in the local newspapers on important occasions such as NSD.

v) Enrolling more new members from the States.

vi) Some activities with innovative ideas to extend the reach and visibility of the NSC during the year.

vii) Organising marathons/ minithons with Safety as a theme.

Looking forward to work together for furthering the goals of the NSC for the welfare of our workforce and the Society at large.

Regards,

Yours sincerely, 

V.B. Sant Director General  Chairman,NSC

Plot No. 98A, Sector 15

C.B.D.Belapur, Navi Mumbai - 400614

Maharashtra

Tel. No. 022- 27564396 Uttarakhand                                                                                                                                                                              R. K. Singh                                                                                 Dr.R.K.Sharma Secretory,NSC Uttarakhand

    

National Safety Council Dy.Director of factories&Boilers                              GM(HSE),India Glycols Ltd.

Institutional Area,  Uttarakhand,Haldwani Nainital                                       Kashipur,U.S.Nagar

 





 

Road Safety Week

 11 jan. to 17 jan.2015

 

 
The theme for Road Safety Week celebration of 2015 is “SPEED THRILLS, BUT IT KILLS” to increase awareness among people against the  fast & furious driving .

 

  • The Road Safety Week is being initiated by the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways and supplemented the efforts by National Safety Council from the year 2011. The National Safety Council had also declared to celebrate the Road Safety Week all through the country in the month of January (11 - 17 January every year).
  • Celebrating the road safety campaign is being initiated by various  Industries in order to make people aware about the road safety. The aim of this campaign is to emphasize and accentuate employees about the need of safe roads travel by applying just simple rules. It also need efforts from different stakeholders such as the community, transport sector, students, employees etc.
  • As per statistical data and information, it has been noted that approximately one lakh people are getting killed per year in the road accidents or some of them become sufferer of the life threatening problems such as mental trauma, loss of memory, loss of hand or legs and so many for the whole life. Such situations specially in India increases the importance and necessity of the road safety measures. India has a very huge population of the road travelers such as two wheelers, four wheelers on the road, that’s why they must have more awareness about road safety.
  • Road Safety campaign address the following issues-

Ø  To encourage all the travelers to follow the traffic rules and wear helmets while diving two wheelers and seat belts while driving four wheelers.

Ø  To aware the people about the speed limit of the vehicles to prevent road accidents.

Ø  To maintain the speed and required distance from other vehicles

Ø  To aware people that do not drink alcoholic beverages while driving.

Ø  To aware people that do not drive when tired.

Ø  To aware people that do not use mobile phones while driving.

Ø To keep vehicle in maintained / healthy condition always for safe driving.

Ø To aware about road signs

Ø  To implement the new preventative measures which are proved to lessen the risk of road accidents, death or injury.

THINK !!
Accident Bring Tears !
Safety Brings Cheers !
                         
Dr..R.K.Sharma ,

Secretary, NSC-Uttarakhand Chapter &

GM (HSE), India Glycols. Ltd.

 

 

 

 

The General Body Meeting of National Safety Council, Uttarakhand

Chapter will be held    on  26th July  ,2014 at about 15:00 hrs at

“Hotel  Radisson Blu” ,near Pentagon Mall SIDCUL Indl.Area   Haridwar.

 
 
 
Mr. R.K. Singh (Chairman, NSC Uttarakhand ) has inaugurate 43rd National Safety Day / campaign  at M/S Birla Tyres , Lasker
 
TRAINING PROGRAMME ON  
Occupational Safety, Health & Environment, 21 - 22 November. 2012 at Hotel Radisson ,RUDRAPUR,U.S. Nagar and being Organized BY NATIONAL SAFETY COUNCIL (Uttrakhand Chapter)



last date of submission of NSC calendar order form  is 31.10.2012

All members of the NSC Uttarakhand chapter  are invited to attend the AGM.


Training on safety awareness program at THDC India limited, at their Tehri, Pipal koti & Koteshwar from 28th February 2012 to 3rd march 2012

National Safety Day / Week2012 

Circular and Order Form

Pamphlet 1

Pamphlet 2

 

NSCI Safety Awards-2012 For

Manufacturing Sector

Construction Sector

Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises

 

Fire Service Week 2012 

Circular and Order Form

Training Enrolment Form

DISTRICT LEVEL OFF - SITE DRILL

First District Level (Udhamsingh Nagar) 'Off Site Mock Drill'was conducted inside the premises of Tata Motors, Pantnagaron 21$t December 2011 at 12:29 pm. Drill was conducted under the guidance of Directorate of Industrial Safety & Health in coordination with Local District Administration. During drill, mock scenario of fire in Propane Tank was created to check the response of emergency preparedness services in line with the Off site emergency plan of the district. During drill fire tenders from M/s. Ashok Leyland, M/s Bajaj Auto & Uttarakhand Fire Services arrived at the incident location & demonstrated their commitments towards combating emergency in the neighboring industries. Prior to Off Site Drill a training session by directorate of Industrial Safety & Health was conducted at M/s. Bajaj Auto on 20tt Dec. involving representatives of MAH unit of the district.

Safety Representatives of 19 Major Accident Hazard (MAH) unit of the district & following Government officials witnessed the drill at our plant:

  1. Mr. R. K. Singh, Deputy Director of Factories & Boiler, Uttarakhand.
  2. Mr. A. K. Nagyan Assistant Director of Factories & Boiler, Uttarakhand.
  3. Dr. Anil Sharma, District Disaster Management Officer, Udham Singh Nagar.
  4. Mr. R. K. Sharma, Secretary, National Safety Council, Uttarakhand.