Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science
Paper Title : ON-SITE EMERGENCY PLAN FOR SAFE USE OF LPG AT STEEL INDUSTRY
Volume 03 Issue 09 2016
ISSN no: 2348-3121
Page no: 135-137
Abstract – It deals with measures to prevent and control emergencies affecting workers and others within the factory and not affecting outside public or environment. It is controlled mostly by the plant personnel, resources and equipment. Factory management makes and operates this plan. Objective of the Site Emergency Plan is to Formulate and ensure that this organization is capable of taking fast and effective action on any Emergency situation likely to arise. That is protect the personnel, safe guard of the property and environment and also ensure effective measure for treatment of injured besides bringing the accident in control and rapid return to normal. Main objective of emergency plan are to minimize any possible adverse impacts of the accident on the people, environment and property.
Keywords— LPG, Emergency Plan, Safe LPG Use, Bulk Installtions LPG
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