The "Advanced Diploma in HSE" delves deeper into the legal aspects of Health, Safety, and Environment, elucidating the key laws and regulations applicable to Indian industries.
Objective: The main objective of this subject is to enable the students to familiarize with basic knowledge of Health, Safety and Environment Laws applicable to Indian Industries. After studying this, the student will be able to understand the various associated authorities involving in the issue of Licenses, to comply with the terms and conditions mentioned in the licences to prevent accidents at the worksites, and also penal provisions prescribed under these Acts /Rules.
Unit–1: List of the HSE Laws: List of the Health, Safety and Environment Laws applicable to Indian Industries
Unit:2: Factories Act-1948: Introduction, Highlights, Definitions- Factory, Manufacturing Process, Worker, competent person , Power, Prime mover, Transmission machinery, Machinery, Adult, Adolescent, Child, Young Person, Calendar Year, Day , Week , Shift and Relay, Occupier. Scope and Applicability.
Health Provisions in Factory Act, Unit: 8: Safety Provisions in Factory Act. Provisions relating to Hazardous Processes in Factory Act. Other Relevant Provisions in Factory Act. Karnataka Factory Rules – 1969: 88-E. The Health and Safety Policy. ILO Policy on Alcohol, and Drugs Prevention in the Workplace.
Unit3: The Building and Other Construction Workers (BOCW) Act & Rules: Purpose, Scope and Applicability, Important Definitions, Safety and Health aspects dealt in BOCW Acts and Rules.
Unit: 4: Employees Compensation Act, 1923: Introduction, Scope and Objectives of the Act, Definitions – , Salient Features, Employer’s Liability to pay Compensation under Section 3, Employer’s Liability towards Occupational Diseases, Employer’s Non- liability to pay compensation, Amount of Compensation, Distribution of Compensation, Obligations and Rights of Employer and Employees
Unit–5: Electricity Act and Rules: Purpose of the Act, Important Definitions, Structure and Salient Features of “The Electricity Act, 2003”, Structure and Salient Features of “Indian Electricity Rules, 1956”.
Unit–6: Explosives Act and Rules: Scope and objectives, Important Definitions, Structure and Salient Features, Accident, Enquiries and Reports.
Unit–7: SMPV Rules: Introduction, Important Definitions, Structure and Salient Features, Accident and Injuries of SMPV Rules,
Unit–8: Gas Cylinder Rules: Introduction, Important Definitions, Structure and Salient Features, Accident and Injuries of SMPV Rules, Accident and Enquiries of Gas Cylinder Rules.
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The "Advanced Diploma in HSE: Specially Covers the Legal Aspects of HSE" is an intensive course curated to impart a profound understanding of the Health, Safety, and Environment laws relevant to Indian industries. Ranging from the foundational Factories Act of 1948 to contemporary regulations like the E-Waste Management Rules of 2022, the syllabus is comprehensive, touching on acts related to electricity, explosives, water and air pollution, and hazardous waste, among others. This diploma equips students with knowledge about the objectives, scopes, salient features, and intricate details of each legal provision. With an array of reference books and a focus on real-world application, the course ensures that professionals are well-prepared to navigate the legal intricacies of HSE in their respective industries.
The course empowers professionals with a robust legal foundation, enhancing their capability to ensure industrial compliance and prevent potential legal disputes related to HSE