Total Legal EHS Essentials

Legal Compliance audit Surveillance audit as per safety standards & factory act Document verification & people capability assessment as per safety standards & factory act  Adopting EHS management systems will improve your environmental and safety performance. Systematic management of EHS risks involves meticulous planning of risk identification, control, disciplined implementation and regular monitoring of system parameters. Compliance to EHS legal requirements is one of the most fundamental corner-stone for a sustainable EHS management system. 

Legal EHS training

Understanding the Legal Requirements & Compliance Importance & Need of compliance to EHS legal requirements Linkages to ISO 14001 and OHSAS 18001. We cover following acts in training –   
  • The Water Act 1974
  • The Water Cess Act 1977
  • Factory Act 1948 and State Factory rules
  • Gas Cylinder Rules 2004 and 2010
  • The Environment Protection Act 1986
  • The Explosives Act 2008
  • Petroleum Act
  • Hazardous Waste Management Rules, 2008
  • Bio Medical Waste Rules
  • Noise Pollution Rules etc.

  • Higher Productivity
  • Compliance with regulation
  • Building Positive Reputation
  • Avoidance to criminal cases


Safety Audit – IS 14489

Safety audit as per IS14489 or Factory Act help you determine how effective your safety programs are, and we believe they are essential piece of safety management system. The safety audit is a structured process of collecting independent information on the efficiency, effectiveness and reliability of the total EHS management system and drawing up plans for corrective action.   Benefits
  • Promote constant review of systems
  • Path forward for improvements in programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Identify gaps in people capability.
  • Demonstrate management’s dedication to employee health and safety.


First Aid training

Whether employees work in a high-hazard or low-hazard environment, they face a variety of risks. Shock, bleeding, poisonings, burns, temperature extremes, musculoskeletal injuries, bites and stings, medical emergencies and distressed employees in confined spaces are just a sampling of the first aid emergencies which might be encountered in your business. Basic one-day training is required for any medical emergency at workplace. It is essential that first-aid training should be provided to anybody who can help in medical emergency. 

  • Faster response during an emergency
  • Reduce workplace accidents through awareness
  • A more positive work environment
  • Safety at workplace


Firefighting training

When you own a business, you are responsible for the well-being of your employees. That is why it is essential that you properly prepare them for the event of an emergency. When fire strikes, it can be completely devastating to a business. The devastation can be worse when employees aren’t aware of how to act in the event of a fire. If no one knows how to use a fire extinguisher or the proper protocol for using a fire blanket, the damage from the fire will be far worse than it would be otherwise. Workplace fires, whether large or small, pose a very real threat to worker health and safety.
  • Fire safety training provides workers with the knowledge to react confidently and safely in the event of a fire in the workplace.
  • It also teaches workers how to prevent fires from occurring, helping to eliminate the hazard of a fire before one occurs.
  • With the knowledge that fire safety training provides, workers can help ensure the safety of themselves and their coworkers in the workplace. 


Hazardous goods & materials drivers certification training

Due to unprecedented growth of chemical Industries, the proportion of hazardous chemicals in total freight traffic is increasing at a rapid rate. Of the carriers that carry hazardous goods approximately two-thirds of them carry flammable petroleum products including Kerosene, Petrol, LPG, Naphtha, and hazardous substances Sulphuric acid, Chlorine and Ammonia etc. The movement of such substances is more prone to accident than the movement of other goods. When involved in a road accident, may cause disastrous consequences like fire, explosion, injuries, in addition to property loss and environmental pollution.
  The safety codes and safety requirements to be followed in transportation of hazardous materials are laid down in Central Motor Vehicles Rules.1989 CHAPTER II LICENSING OF DRIVERS OF MOTOR VEHICLES.
  • Enhance safety during transit of Hazardous good.
  • No penalty by RTO authorities.
  • Product liability assurance 
  • Legal Compliance.
  • Reduced tension from legal juggle after the accident