2. INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENT
ACCIDENT - An accident is an unplanned and
uncontrolled event which cause or is likely to cause an
An industrial accident is a sudden and unpredictable
factor which results in injuries and lot of to the human
being as well as to the industry.
In today’s competitive atmosphere every organization
having a number of problems and one of the such
problem is INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
3. CAUSES OF INDUSTRIAL ACCIDENTS
Lifting- In this process the product or ore taken by the
help of machinery or by man power.
Fatigue - Failing to take a break is another common cause
Dehydration- Not staying hydrated can also bring about
Poor Lighting - Inadequate lighting is responsible for a
number of accidents each year.
Hazardous Materials - Improper handling of hazardous
materials or not wearing personal protective equipment
(PPE) is another common cause of accidents in the
4. CONTINUE ……..
Stress - Stress is one of the leading causes of death. It
affects the human body in every facet imaginable.
Acts of Workplace Violence - Sadly, violence among
co-workers has become all too common.
Trips and Falls - Slick floors and high-traffic corridors
can cause a trip or fall. Improper footwear may also
contribute to these accidents, which not only can
result in injuries but also workman’s compensation-
Aware the worker to be hydrated and supply them fresh
Lifting machine or cart instead of lifting by workers.
Proper lightening in the organization.
Proper safety measurement in case of working with
Training the worker about stress release.
Keep proper co ordination among the workers in the
Proper supervision on each and every employee specially
on the employees working with big and small machines
6. BIOLOGICAL DISASTER
Biological disasters define the devastating
effects caused by an enormous spread of a
certain kind of living organism – that may
the spread a disease, virus, or an epidemic.
Biological disasters can also be simply, a
sudden growth in the population of a
certain kind of plants or animals,
e.g., a locust plague.
7. TYPES OF BIOLOGICAL DISASTER
Epidemic Level: Biological disaster affects
large numbers of people within a given
community or area.
Pandemic Level: Biological disaster effect a
much large region, sometime spanning
entire continents or the globe.
Ex: Swine Flu.
Recognition and diagnosis by primary health care
Communication of surveillance information to public
Epidemiological analysis of the surveillance data.
Delivery of appropriate medical treatment and public
Safe Water supply and proper maintenance of sewage
Outdoor fogging and control of vectors by regular
spraying of insecticides.
Keeping a watch on the rodent population.