RGPV / RGTU B.E. FT, 4th (IV) Semester syllabus FT-401 Safety Management Revised syllabus Fire Technology and Safety Engineering(FT)

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Rajiv Gandhi Technological University, Bhopal (MP)
B.E. (FT) Fire Technology and Safety Engineering
FT- 401 Safety Management
Revised Syllabus and Scheme of Examination Effective from July 2007

Unit I Role of functions of a Manager. Elements and function of Management. Management role, authority, responsibility & power. Delegation and decentralization of authority. History of safety management in India and abroad. Need for safety: legal, humanitarian, economic and social consideration.

Unit II Accident, injury, dangerous occurrences, unsafe acts, unsafe conditions, hazards etc. Theories of accident occurrences. Principal of accident prevention scope and effect: Risk management. Safety inspection. Safety audit. Disaster control.

Unit III PLANNING & ORGANISING FOR SAFETY: Definition, need, nature, principles, policy formulation and effective planning for safety.Organization structure of safety department.Safety officer – Qualification, responsibilities, duties & Power.Safety Committee –Structure & Functions.

Unit IV Directing for safety, Role and functions of a leader.Communication with management, employees & Union.Managerial communication. Training of workers, supervisors & managers. Evaluation & review of training programme. Role of management, supervisors, and safety department in motivation & safety performance.

Unit V Role of trade unions in safety and health. Safety suggestions schemes. Safety competitions, safety incentive schemes. Audiovisual methods. Other promotional methods. Direct & indirect cost of accidents. Information on safety, health and accidents. Analysis of information on accident.

1. Accident Prevention manual for Industrial Operations, NSC, Chicago 1982.
2. Principles of Industrial managements by Kootaz & Donnel.
3. Brawn D. B. , system analysis & design for safety, Prentice Hall inc, New Jersey.
4. Lees, F.P., loss prevention in process industries, Butter worth’s, New Delhi 1986 .

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