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Admissions are in progress for the AY 2020-2021 Batch

Rapid technological developments and large scale mechanization in Petrochemical, Chemical, Engineering Industries, Construction Activities, etc. have resulted in complex safety & health problems in these industries. Hence these industries need the services of qualified safety professionals exclusively to take care of various safety and health aspects of their personnel/other persons who are likely to be affected by any adverse effects arising from these Industries.

 Aim of this Course
  • To induce lifelong learning knowledge skills, attitudes for social & personal development.
  • To provide trained Human Resource.
  • To provide leadership qualities.
  • To create awareness of “The Quality of Life Protection” through Safety, Health, and Environment.
  • To create awareness of hazards & operational hazards.
  • To assist in the development of new methods & processes of Safety, Health and Environment skills, and analytical techniques.
  • To develop managerial abilities and analytical skills, training, communicate with the community and interaction with government and statutory authorities
  • To train the people concerned.
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  • From 2009 to 2020 Trained 806+ Candidates in Industrial Safety Course
  • In academic year 2019 -2020,   81 Candidates undergoing training
  • 98% Placement Record 
  • Sound Knowledge Faculty
  • A/c Class Rooms with Wi-Fi enabled campus
  • Online Classes
  • Only one Institute in Telangana i.e.  affiliated to SBTET, Govt. of TS
  • Weekly examinations || Assignments ||Bio-metric Attendance ||Course Fee installment facility || Digital Payments only
  • Excellent Library (Including Digital Library also) Contains Journals like NSC, LPA, Asian-Pacific Newsletters, IJOEM (International & India), Latest Indian Standards, Latest editions of Acts / Laws pertaining to HSE field, Books containing 500+ on OH&S Field, Excellent Video Library
  • Practical exercises on Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Techniques like HAZOP, HAZAN, JSA, PHA, FMEA, MCAA and Risk assessment as per MSIHC Rules, 1989
  • Practical demonstration of Fire Hydrant and Fire Extinguishers, SCBA etc
  • Industrial Visits
  • Mock Interviews with experts in OH&S Field
  • Internship in Industries (for fresh graduates)
  • 100% placement assurance
  • Special Classes on Soft skills for students like Coordinating for OH&S, Decision making for OH&S, Communication for OH&S, Conflict and Frustration Handling etc

ACCORDING TO THE FACTORIES ACT, 1948 S/U 40B and AP/TS FACTORIES RULES, 1950 R/U 61(A) any manufacturing process/industries dealing with hazardous process shall employ one or more safety officers based on the company size.

The industrial safety course offered by ConnectIT Solutions is a recognized statutory qualification for appointment of Safety Officers as per the Factories Act, 1948.


Eligibility Criteria

BSc.(Physics/Chemistry) with one year experience


Any Diploma in Engineering/Technology with two-year relevant experience


B.Tech. (Engineering/Technology) – Fresher’s / Experience


The faculty consists of experts from Institutes, Specialists from Industries and Government Departments


The course will be conducted through lectures, discussions, case studies, laboratory exercises, relevant film shows and factory visits. The students are also required to carry out one project work during the course of the programme, as a requirement under the Syllabus.

Introduction- Management and Management Principles & Types of Management; General principles of management; Role of Management in Industrial Safety; Planning for Safety; Organizing for Safety; Safety Committees; Directing for Safety; Monitoring for Safety, Health and Environment; Principles of Accident Prevention; Safety, Health and Environment Management (SHE) Education & Training; Employee participation in Safety; Organizational Behavior; Human Behavior; Conflict and Frustration; Management Information System
Machine Operation and Guarding; Safety in use of machines: Safety in use of - power presses (all types)- Shearing - Bending - Rolling - Drawing - Turning - Boring - Milling Shaping - Planning broaching planting - Grinding – CNCs; Material Handling and Storage of Materials; Working at different levels – Working at heights; working in confined space; working underground; Hand tools & Power tools; Plant design and Layout; Housekeeping; Industrial lighting and Illumination; Ventilation; Heat Stress; Noise; Vibration; Electrical Hazards; Static Electricity; Lightning Protection
Safety in Agro Industry; Safety in Sugar industry; Safety in Textile Industry; Safety in Ferrous and Non-ferrous Industry; Safety in construction industry; Safety in Information technology – Manufacture of computers; Radio; Television and communication equipment and apparatus; Safety in semiconductor industry; Safety in dock; Safety in Boiler; Environment Protection; Permit to work systems; Welding & Gas Cutting – Precautions in welding, gas cutting, brazing, soldering and other operations.
Safety Appraisal and Control Techniques – Plant Safety Rules and procedures; SOP; Safety checklists; Plant Safety Inspection; Safety Sampling; Safety Surveys; JSA; Safety Inventory system; Product Safety; Safety Tag system; Total Loss control and Prevention; Hazard and Risk Identification Techniques – Quantitative and Qualitative – FMEA - MCAA – Fault Tree Analysis – Event Tree Analysis – HAZAN – HAZOP – MORT- Incident Recall Techniques – Critical Incident Review Techniques Accident and Incident Investigation, Reporting and Analysis; Measurement and Evolution of Performance (BIS 3786) – Major Accident Control System; Preparation and Assessment of Safety Audit
ILO Convention and Recommendation concerning Occupational Health and Safety – ILO Conventions 155,161,167,170,174 and Recommendations: 164,171,175,177,181. The Factories Act, 1948 (Amended) and TS Factories Rules, 1950; Social Security Legislations – Employees Compensation Act and Rules; ESI Act and Rules; Public Liability Insurance Act; Social Accountability SA 8000; Sections pertaining to HSE in Indian Boiler Act,1923 with allied Regulations; Indian Electricity Act, 2000; CEA (Measures relating to Safety and Electric Supply) Regulations; Indian Explosives Act, 1984 and Rules; Petroleum Act and Rules; Gas Cylinders Rules; Calcium Carbide Rules, The Insecticide Act and Rules; Radiation Protection Act and Rules; SMPV Rules; The Dock Workers (Safety, Health & Welfare) Act 1996 and Rules and Regulations. The Building and Other Construction Workers (Regulation of Employment and Conditions of Service) Act, 1996 Environment Protection Legislations: - Water (Prevention & Control of Pollution) Act 1981 and 1982 and Rules; Motor Vehicles Act, 1988 as amended in 2000 The Central Motor Vehicles Rules, 1989 as amended in 2000 - Environment Protection Act 1986 and Rules - MSIHC Rules - Noise Pollution Act, 1998 - Bio-Medical Waste - Hazardous Waste management Rules - Chemical accidents (Emergency Preparedness, Planning, and Response) Rules, 1986.
Industrial Hygiene – Def. of industrial hygiene and control – Route of entry – Concept of threshold limit values – Work environment monitoring – biological sampling and analysis Personal Protective Equipment – Need for PPE; Non-respiratory PPE; Respiratory PPE; Occupational Health – Common Occupational Diseases - Occupational health hazards -Physiology and ergonomics at work – Introduction to ergonomics – Ergonomic design of work station
UN and other classification of chemicals - Hazards in Unit processes and Unit Operations- Precautions in the process and operations involving explosives, flammables, toxic substances, dust, gases, vapor cloud formations and combating - Chemicals Compatibility Considerations- Transportation of Chemicals - Transfer of chemicals by pipelines within and outside installations, above and underground and submarines- Color coding identification of contents - Use of Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) - Work permit system, Confined space, hot work, etc- Fire & Explosion - Assessment of fire explosion and toxicity index. Dow & Mond, dispersion, probability analysis, modeling- Assessment of reliability of vessels, test checks - Corrosion and erosion, location, cause inspection, and prevention
Meaning and Scope of safety in construction; Safety in Construction Operations (Excavation, Drilling, Blasting, Trenching, Shoring, Structuring – Tunneling – Piling); Scaffolding – Centering – Formwork – Ladders – Concreting – Wall and Floor openings – Staircases and Railings) - River training – Well Sinking – Caissons – Underwater concreting cofferdams and special operations concerted with irrigation work. Safety in use and preparation of related machinery and equipment Movement of Materials and Personnel; Special Works: High Rise Buildings – Bridges – Roads – Railway Asphalting Pneumatic Caissons – Electrical Installations and Lifts; Fire Prevention and Protection at Site; Safety in Demolition Operation; Safety with regards to Storage, Stacking and Handling of Materials of Construction; Accident Prevention; Statutory Obligations; Special precautions for works of engineering construction like distilling/fractionating columns, towers, chimney silos – silos and gas installations, transmission/communication lines, cable car installations, airfields.

All students will have to appear for a final examination, which will be conducted by the Board of Technical Education & Training, Govt. of Telangana


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