Utility Safety

★Fire Protection Systems
★Electrical And Utility
Fire Protection Systems
  • Fire adequacy for the Plant
  • All Fire Extinguishers around the plant will be inspected as per IS 2190
  • All Hydrant points, Hose Reels and Pump rooms will be inspected thoroughly.
  • Gas and Smoke detectors Working Condition
  • Review of Fire Fighting Training and Awareness of the workmen
  • Flammable Storage Areas, Paint Shop, Hazardous Storage, Chemical Storage Area and Scrap Yard
  • Review of Fire Escape Facilities
  • Fire Risk Prioritization in identified areas in terms of Low, Medium and High
  • Fire Hydrant System physical Running Condition for 15 Minutes
  • Fire alarm, Sprinkler and its Working Condition
  • Review of Building layout, and space/emergency planning for Fire Emergency
  • Kitchen Safety and LPG Leak Detector in Cooking Areas
  • Transformer Safety Checking

  • Electrical And Utility

    Electricity has great potential to seriously injure and kill. A system should be in place to assess the electrical equipment that is used in your workplace. If the electrical equipment operates in or is affected by a hostile environment it must be regularly inspected and tested and maintained by a competent person. As an employer you are responsible for ensuring the electrical equipment in your workplace is safe and where required regularly inspected, tested and maintained.

  • Diesel Generator
  • Transformer
  • Lightning arrestor
  • Battery storage area
  • Earth Pit Checking
  • Transformer Oil Test
  • Compressor
  • Compressor
  • Electrical Substation
  • Electrical Panels
  • Boiler
  • Server room / UPS room
  • ELCB Checking
  • Chiller

  • Standards Referred In Audit
  • IS Standard 14489 Guidelines
  • Gas Cylinder Rules
  • IS Standard related to PPE
  • IS 2190 Guidelines
  • CEA Regulations
  • The Tamil Nadu Factories Act/Rules 1948/1950
  • Enquiry