Contractor selection

Selection Criteria for Contractors

The process for selection of contractors examines contractor’s demonstrated ability to work safely, how effectively the contractor’s safety program is being implemented and how safety competency assessment is being carried out to comply. Selection of contractors calls for thorough and effective review of contract safety specifications.

Occupational health

Overview on Occupational Health in India

Over 80% of India’s working population is part of the unorganised sector of which Agriculture is the main occupation in India giving employment to about 52% of the people. Less than 10% of Indian population are working in organised sector. Occupational health in India has still to compete with Primary & Curative health care services.

Incident_investigation

Accident Investigation Techniques – Quick brief

The immediate action on occurrence of any accident is to save the affected persons and arrange for their rescue, first-aid and requisite medical care. Simultaneously or with no delay, the abnormal situations are to be normalized and made safe, with least or no change in the scene of the occurrence which shall facilitate incident investigation.

Youth worker

Ushering safety culture transformation

By the virtue of habit, nature of job and the frontlines at which these operators function, safety culture becomes a tough nut to crack. While the organizational vision might be aligned with safety transformation through better digital technologies supporting monitoring, reporting and analysis – training the on-ground crew can be tricky.

Skills for tomorrow

Skill based consolidation carved into the formal economy will shape up the future of India’s development. This can also be seen in the light of how the Indian government is codifying labour laws and acts under one roof – the draft is currently available on labour ministry website till 31st July for the public.