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Safety Audit
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OHSAS 18001

1. Quantitative / Rapid Risk Assessment


Safety plays a very important role especially in sectors such as petrochemical, chemical, pesticide, pharmaceutical, fertiliser, etc. Quantitative Risk Assessment is carried out to assess the risks associated with process, storage and handling of Hazardous chemicals. Rapid Risk assessment is carried out to typically find out the extent of risk associated in storage of Hazardous chemicals. Consequence Modelling is carried out with universally acceptable software(s). R·O·O·T·S has experts having experience in carrying out Risk studies in Petrochemical, Fertiliser, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Steel, etc.


2. Emergency Planning


Emergency planning is typically done in amalgamation with the Risk Assessment studies. The results of the Risk studies are dovetailed in the On-site Emergency Management Plan. The ONEP is typically customized as per requirement and the organisational structure of the client. The ONEP takes care of the emergency communication, infrastructure required to mitigate the effects and also the responsibilities of each person of the organisation. It also states the overwhelming importance of Mock-Drills in success of ONEP. R·O·O·T·S has experts having wide experience in development of both On-Site Emergency Management and Off-Site Emergency Management Plan for MoEF, Petrochemical, Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Fertiliser, Steel, Ceramic Tiles, etc.




HAZOP, or Hazard and Operability Studies is one of the most effective of Risk Assessment techniques used to demonstrate compliance with health, safety and environmental standards and legislation. Although HAZOP techniques have traditionally been applied to the process and oil/gas industries, they can be equally applied to other industries, activities and tasks. Ideally HAZOP techniques should be applied at the project development stage as part of the project HSE plan, but can also be applied for existing systems/processes as well as for process modifications. The completeness and appropriateness of the guideword set is a key to the completeness of scenario identification, and the choice of guidewords is a mandatory step in our HAZOP procedure. We specialise in development of customised HAZOP solutions depending on the process requirement, involvement of any non-standard equipment or unusually high level of operator involvement in a process. The sectors of experience include Petrochemical, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Fertiliser, etc.   




Hazard Identification (HAZID) exercise forms an integral part of any Risk Assessment technique. The exercise identifies the hazards associated with reactions involving hazardous chemicals, storage conditions, handing, SOP, etc. The exercise helps in preparing the base for any Risk assessment study.


5. Safety Audit


The Safety Audits are carried out to not just fulfil the government regulations but also to find out whether the safety systems in place are working and, if any changes in the existing system are required. R·O·O·T·S can boast of a team of experts who typically understand the intent behind Safety Audit and suggest due corrections.


6. Safety Training


Competition now-a-days is forcing organisations to exploit their existing production to the fullest and increase output per employee for economy of scale. It has therefore become imperative for organisations to clock as many accident free hours as is possible. The Safety training is one area which is often neglected after the initial training of employees. Continuous training and retraining of the employees helps create awareness amongst employees and also helps the organisation become accident free. R·O·O·T·S believes in training the trainers.

We believe that some employees in an organisation can become trainers to train the new as well as old employees. R·O·O·T·S has experienced trainers to help in developing training methodologies as well as train employees.

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7. Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS)


Occupational Health and Safety Management System needs to be developed in order to achieve OHSAS 18001 certification. The systems are developed after a detailed understanding of client’s needs and to completely match mate with the existing systems in quality management, environment management and other systems already existing in plant. The development of OHSMS will also include complete documentation development and mechanisms for smooth introduction of the management systems.
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