NSC-Kerala Chapter

Administration of Safety Pledge
Presidential Address
by Shri. P Pramod, Director, F&B
& Chairman, NSC-KC
Inauguration by
Hon. Justice Shri Devan Ramachandran,
High Court of Kerala
by lighting the lamp
Inaugural Address by
Hon. Justice Shri Devan Ramachandran,
High Court of Kerala

Road Safety Month

Every year, more than 1.50 lakhs people lose their lives in our country in road accidents and many more are debilitated...

National Safety

March 4 is perhaps, the most important day in the life of every safety professional as our nation rekindles...

National Fire Service Week

To enhance the awareness on Fire prevention, a week-long observation is conducted to focus about...

Behaviour Based Safety Day

In 2020, the HSE Forum-Kerala in association with the National Safety Council -Kerala Chapter...

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About National Safety Council

The National Safety Council, set up by the Ministry of Labour & Employment, Govt. of India on 4th March, 1966 is an independent, non-commercial, non-profit making, nonpolitical and autonomous society. It is registered as a society under the Societies Registration Act, 1860 and a Trust under the Bombay Public Trusts Act, 1950.

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June 2023

e-Suraksha - Magazine
Jan-Mar 2023

NSC-KC Brochure

Training for B Tech( Fire and Safety) Students

Safety poster of the week

Safety Poster no: 101

Electrical Safety Audit helps identification of electrical hazards and to minimise the risk of accidents like fires due to short-circuiting. Identification of areas of risk in your electrical systems. Non-compliance with the legislation an best practices to be adhered. The identification and elimination of Safety hazards.

Safety Poster no: 100

An UNSAFE ACT, also called UNSAFE BEHAVIOUR, means doing something that conflicts with the accepted, normal and correct procedure for your job. Carry out Behaviour Based Safety Observation and carry out corrections of unsafe behaviours observed at site.

Safety Poster no: 99

Never overload an extension lead by plugging in appliances that together will exceed the maximum current rating stated for the extension lead. This could cause the plug in the wall socket to overheat and possibly cause fire.

Safety Poster No: 98

Hazardous Waste Management is one of the vital environmental issues since last few decades. Rapidly growing industrial sector has contributed to the generation of large quantity of hazardous material. Adhere to the law of the land and protect our environment for future generation.

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Training Resources

Training being its core activity, NSC-Kerala Chapter has been playing a pioneering role in this area at the state level for the last 52 years. In order to develop technical competence most of the resource persons of NSC-KC are trained both in India and abroad on safety, health and environment aspects.

Besides, a large number of persons with rich experience in the industry are empanelled as experts. These experts also work as faculty in the training programmes.

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