Chemical Safety_ConnectIT(2)

Section 41C (b) of the Factories Act 1948 as amended in 1987 has imposed specific responsibilities on the occupier in relation to hazardous processes which states that every occupier of the factory involving any hazardous process shall appoint persons who posses qualification & experience in handling hazardous substances and are competent to supervise such handling within the factory and the Chief Inspector may require the supervisor to undergo training in Health & Safety.

Realising the need of the course, this Certificate Course has been started to provide an opportunity to gain insight of safe system & procedures.

After this course, the participants will be able to discuss/identify hazards and their control that will result in the great degree of risk reduction

ConnectIT Solutions is Offering this course through DGFASLI & SBTET, Govt. of Telangana

Course Duration: 3 Months

A degree with chemistry or a diploma in any branch of engineering or technology with not less than 5 years experience; or

 A master’s degree in chemistry or a degree in any branch of engineering or technology with not less than 2 years experience

The experience stipulated above shall be in process operations and maintenance, in any industry wherein hazardous substances are involved.

  • Statutory Provision
  • Basic Principles of Accident Prevention
  • Techniques of Identification of Hazards
  • Control Techniques
  • Chemical Hazards & Specific Control Measures
  • Fire & Explosion Hazards
  • Health Hazards due to Chemical exposures
  • Chemical Emergency Preparedness
  • Motivation, Communication & Appraisal for Safety & Health
  • Project Work

The faculty consist of experts from various disciplines of the Institute, specialists from Industries, different Institutions & Government departments.


Minimum 85% of attendance shall be required for appearing in the written examination. Those candidates not attaining the minimum percentage of attendance shall not be allowed to appear for the written examination and shall be required to repeat the course.

Scheme of examination
Two Theory papers + one project work internal examination- 20 marks external examination – 80 marks Objective type questions – 20 Marks Short answer Questions – 20 Marks Essay type questions – 40 Marks The examinations shall be carried out by SBTET, Govt. of Telangana. The written examination shall be of three hours duration.

Award of Class/Grade

SBTET, GOVT. OF TELANGANA First Class with Distinction – 75% & above First Class- 60% & above but below 75% Second Class – 55% & above but below 60% Third Class – 50% & above but below 55%
(a) Project work/laboratory work – 20 marks (b) Oral examination based on project/laboratory work – 10 marks (c) Written examination – 170 marks The written examination shall be of objective type and of one and half hours duration.

Award of Class/Grade

The candidates passing in the examination as per the scheme given at item no. 6 & 7 above, shall be awarded the Grade as below: A+ – 75% & above A – 60% & above but below 75% B+ – 55% & above but below 60% B – 50% & above but below 55%


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