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Lead Tutor

Anilkumar TS Menon
CMIOSH, OSHCR, FIIRSM

An Experienced HSE Professional with 29 years of experience which includes, Naval Aviation rescue operations, fire fighting, fire prevention and industrial safety, construction safety management, HSE Audit and HSE training

Industrial activity in India has grown by leaps and bounds in past 27 years. We now have about one Lac and a half factories registered under the Factories Act 1948. These factories employ over 60 Lac workers. In the wake of industrialization, new hazards incidental to the new plant and processes are faced by the workers. The management of the factories is required to take steps to control the hazards and have to ensure that their employees are not adversely affected. Several progressive employers have delegated this responsibility to specially
employed officers and advice the management on non conformances, variously designated as safety and security officers, safety and training officers and risk managers.

ASHEI is committed to bring such personnel together with a view to promote competency and efficiency among the professionals taking to industrial safety function in the growing industries. We offers the services to industries by organizing Plant Safety Audits, Preparation of Safety Policy, On Site Emergency Plan, carrying our Risk Analysis, Safety Training Programmes and practical instructions in Fire Fighting for factory personnel at all levels in addition to HSE Training. ASHEI is been accredited to the Nebosh (UK), IOSH (UK), CIEH (UK),IADC (USA), and British Safety Council (UK) conducts classes for OSH Courses.

Factories Act 1948 stipulates that factories employing 1,000 or more workers shall appoint Safety Officers as required by notification and Rules prescribed by State Governments. safety officer shall posses a diploma in industrial safety awarded by a recognized institution.Government has notified that every factory employing 1,000 workers or more shall appoint such safety officers on the following scale: – Number of Workers Ordinarily employed Number of Safety Officers 1,000 but not exceeding 2,000 One Above 2,000 but not exceeding 5,000 Two Above 5,000 but not exceeding 10,000 Three Above 10,000 Four Similarly the Safety Officers are required to be appointed in Construction Industry as prescribed in the Building & Construction Workers Act 1996 and Rules 2007.

In factories all over India and abroad several safety officers will be required. The number of officers required is bound to increase as the number of factories notified by the State Government increases and also the requirement of Safety Officers in Construction Industry (One Safety Officer for 500 Construction workers). We are one among the leading ohs training institutes in India and lead by CMIOSH tutor Anil Menon.