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REPORT OF

Two Days Capacity Building Programme on

Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management

Held at Classic Hotel, Imphal

During 13th to 14th November, 2010

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Shri Florian Bemmerlein-Lux (InWEnt) addressing the Two Day Capacity Building Training Programme on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management at the Classic Hotel, Imphal during 13 and 14 November, 2010.




Shri P.C. Lawmkunga, I.A.S. Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Manipur as Chief Guest inaugurating the Two Day Capacity Building Programme on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management to the stakeholders of Manipur held at Classic Hotel, Imphal during 13 -14 November, 2010. The other dignitaries present on the dais were Dr. Suhel Akhtar, IAS Commissioner, Government of Manipur, Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, Disaster Management Institute, Bhopal, Sri P. Vaphei, IAS, Commissioner, CAF&PD, Govt. of Manipur and Mr. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux, Advisor, InWEnt, gtz, Germany as President and Guests of Honour.





Executive Summary



CODE:




Title:

Imphal: Two Day Capacity Building Programme on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management

Short Tile :

Imphal: Industrial and Chemical Disaster

Training Type:


Awareness Training on Chemical and Industrial Hazard assessment and control procedure before manufacturing and production of any article and item from any industrial establishment or chemical factories.

Thrust Area HRDP

Preparedness particularly in the Oil Depots, Reservoirs, tankers, transporters of various petroleum products and chemicals

Targets:

Industrialists, Administrators, Transporters and Storage of Petroleum products including gasoline, L.P.G. and various chemical items.

Training Provider:

Disaster Management Institute, Imphal, Government of Manipur, Disaster Management Institute, Bhopal, InWEnt Germany, gtz.

Institution Involved:

DMI Imphal, DMI Bhopal, gtz InWEnt, Germany

Seminar Objectives:

A series of power point presentations were made by distinguished speakers with video clips and video shows. The main speakers were Mr. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux of InWEnt, Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, DMI Bhopal, Sri K,C. Roy, Chief Engineer, Bongaigaon Oil Refinery, Sri G.S. Saini, Director, National Civil Defence College, Nagpur, Sri N. Minaketan Singh, Sr. Environmental Engineer, Manipur Pollution Control Board, Sri Ch. Rajendro Singh, Faculty Members, DMI Imphal, Sri N. Noren Singh, Director, Manipur Fire Service, Sri Th. Joykumar Singh, Retd. Chief Engineer PWD, Manipur, Sri G. Balakishore, Director, Hazard and Industrial Safety, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, Sri B.K. Sharma, Transport Department, Manipur

The objective is to provide information on what is happening on the Industrial and Chemical Disaster particularly in the state.



Achieved Result :

Good feedback from the participants. The presentations were much beneficial to all the participants particularly the Police Officers who are the law enforcing agencies and the various oil

Description of contents/Agenda :

  • Registration









Description of contents/agenda

  • Inaugural and key note address bry Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Disaster Management Institute, Bhopal.

  • Welcome address by Dr. B. Lalhari Sharma, OSD, Relief & Disaster Management, Manipur

  • Address by Mr. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux, Adviser, InWEnt, Capacity Building Institution Germany on the topic “iDRM Management Platform for Human Resource Development”.

  • Address by Sri P. Vaiphei, Commissioner, IAS, CAF& PD. Govt. of Manipur.

  • Address by Sri P.C. Lawmkunga, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Govt. of Manipur

  • Presidential address by Dr. Suhel Akhtar, IAS``w3Commissioner, Relief & Disaster Management, and also Director, Disaster Management Institute, Imphal

No. of Participants :

70

Start dd/mm/yy :

13th November, 2010

End dd/mm/yy :


14th November, 2010

Duration :

2 Days

Venue :

The CLASSSIC HOTEL, North A.O.C., Imphal, Manipur

Contact for more information :

Dr. Suhel Akhtar, IAS, Director, Disaster Management Institute, Imphal, Government of Manipur and Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, DMI Bhopal

Resource Persons/Trainers :

Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, DMI Bhopal, Mr. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux, Adviser, InWEnt, Sri K.C. Roy, Chief Engineer, Bongaigaon Oil Refinery, Bongaigaon Asssam, Sri G.S. Saini, Director, National Civil Defence College, Nagpur, Sri N. Minaketan Singh, Sr. Environmental Engineer, Manipur Pollution Control Board, Srt Th. Joykumar Singh, Retd. Chief Engineer, PWD, Sri N. Noren Singh, Director, Manipur Fire Service, Sri G. Balakrishna, Director, Hazard and Industry Safety, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh., Dr. B. Lalhari Sharma, OSD Relief and Disaster Management Department, Manipur







  1. Background:

Disaster Management Institute, Bhopal in association with Disaster Management Institute, Imphal, Government of Manipur organized a Two Day Capacity Building Programme on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management in Imphal with support of InWEnt and GTZ, Germany under the Indo-German Bilateral cooperation on “Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management” with the objective of imparting Safety awareness in the area of Disaster Management and Response.



The prime objectives of conducting the programme are to:



  • To recognize and control Hazard associated with the transportation of petroleum and petro chemical products, transportation and storage of the petroleum and distribution.

  • To provide opportunity for practical knowledge and training of those who deal in management of industrial and chemical industries, transportation and disposal of petroleum and petroleum products with required equipments and their use by practical demonstration.






  • To develop a web platform www.hrdp-idrm.in has also been developed to achieve all the training related activities and details have been made available for view and download of the relevant information.


2.0 The need of the programme

The conduct of the Two Day Capacity Building Programme on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management by the DMI Imphal under the initiative of DMI Bhopal and Indo German Bilateral programme InWEnt GTZ could transfer the knowledge, experiences of those expertise to the participants particularly the government officials, law enforcing agencies, transporters of petroleum and petroleum products in the state that can create multiple effects in the area of Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management.


To make it more effective, the Two Day Capacity Building Programme, a series of Awareness Programmes and Seminars to the stakeholders is planned as under.


  • To recognize and control the hazards associated with the transportation of hazardous chemicals and materials particularly the petroleum products.

  • To provide an opportunity to practical training with ands on training on management of hazards in the transportation, storage, loading and unloading of petroleum and petroleum products at the retail depots and Reservoir Site at Chingmeirong and LPG in the Bottling Plant at Sekmai.

  • To discuss about the possibilities for use of the web www.hrdp-idrm.in for knowledge management and management of training programmes.


3.0 Overall objectives
The overall objectives of the Two Day Capacity Building Programme are to impart awareness and knowledge among the stakeholders, entrepreneurs, industrialists, transporters and the administrators with safety and security.
Awareness: To provide awareness on the following:


  • What are Industrial and Chemical Disasters?

  • What are the hazards in the industrial and factory sites?

  • Preparation of Disaster Management Plans and Safety precautions.

  • Emergency Response Precautions.

  • Practical training on the use of various equipments and instruments in onsite and offsite emergencies.


4. Programme details:
Dates and Venue:
The Programme commenced on Saturday, the 13th November, 2010 and concluded on Sunday the 14th November, 2010 successfully at the Classic Hotel, Imphal.


Registration:

The programme started as per schedule on Saturday the 13th November, 2010 with registration of participants.


Inauguration:
Dr. B. Lalhari Sharma, O.S.D. Relief and Disaster Management, Govt. of Manipur welcomed all the dignitaries, resource persons, participants, the media persons and others.
Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, DMI Bhopal highlighted the activities of the DMI in various states of the country and enactment of Disaster Management Act. 2005. He explained about he Formation of Chemical Wing of DMI Bhopal and the Guidelines formed in Bhopal in 2006. He added that 15 more programmes are to be held across India on the Safety and precaution in the Industrial and Chemical Sectors. The Two Day Capacity Building Programme on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Management which is held at Imphal is one of the programmes among those 15 programmes to be conducted which will certainly create awareness for the various stakeholders, administrators, entrepreneurs and preparedness for various disasters. He appreciated the efforts of the Disaster Management Institute, Imphal for organizing such programme.
Mr. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux: Advisor, Indo German Corporation, InWEnt, GTZ was appreciated the efforts of the DMI Imphal in organizing such programme for the various stakeholders in Manipur to Build up the Capacity to face the disasters situation and get themselves were aware and prepared. This is his first time in Manipur where his entry is restricted but with the efforts of the state government made him to visit this easternmost state in the country.
Shri P. Vaiphei : Commissioner, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution(CAF&PD), Government of Manipur expressed the importance of organizing such seminars regularly in the state as the transportation of Petroleum and petroleum products are brought only though the two NH 39 and NH 53 and stored at the Storage site at Chingmeirong Sangakpham maintained and controlled by the IOC (Assam Oil Division). He highlighted the need of the Offsite and Onsite Disaster Management Plan in the IOC Storage and depots and Gas Bottling Plants. He spoke about the need for exposure and preparation before and after disaster.
Shri P.C. Lawmkunga, IAS, Additional Chief Secretary, Government of Manipur had expressed his views on this and highlighted the importance of organizing such Seminar where the stakeholders, the transporters, dealers, tankers meet for the common cause and get themselves well aware of the various hazards which has the high susceptibility of creating disasters if not properly handled. P.C. Lawmkunga in his speech as the Chief Guest emphasized the need for disaster prevention with the participation of local people and different stockholders. He also recalled the bitter experience and confusion when disaster happened like Thanging Air Crash in Manipur. He said there is no warning for disasters so need for preparation for future management.



Dr. Suhel Akhtar: Commissioner and Director, Disaster Management Institute, Imphal expressed his gratitude to all the collaborators namely Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, DMI Bhopal who has the keen initiative to organize this programme in Manipur with support of InWEnt, GTZ Germany. He urged all the participants to follow safety measures while in transportation of the various hazardous chemicals, petroleum products from outside the state to avoid accidents and disasters. He also gave his vote of thanks to all the dignitaries, participants, media persons and all others who are attending the Two Day Seminar. Dr. Suhel Akhtar in his presidential speech spoke of the need of due precautions in the LPG Plants, Oil Depot, petrol pumps and transportation of hazardous materials in Manipur. He also mentioned the steps taken by DMI, Imphal in disaster management.
After the inauguration, the programme was started as per the schedule given in the Annexure –I.
TECHNICAL SESSIONS:

The session by activities is listed below:
Session 1: Mr. Florian Bemmerlein-Lux made his presentation on the topic “Application of Information Technology in Training Management: A Case Study of www.hrdp-idrm.in . He highlighted the importance of human resource development and knowledge management in the present day scenario and our knowledge can be developed through the above web where all the required and related information is availed within no time.
Session 2: Dr. Rakesh Dubey started his session on the topic “Chemical Disaster Management: a present scenario and Future Strategy. He highlighted the different types of hazards in the industrial and chemical industries in India. He mentioned the preparation of On Site and Off Site Disaster Management Plan by the concerned occupier, authorities with the following components viz: Risk Assessment & Management, B. Emergency Preparedness, C. Community Dialogue. He highlighted the requirement of various safety precautions to be taken up by all the transporters, tankers, industrialists and various stakeholders etc.
Session 3: Shri K.C. Roy highlighted the operation of the Oil Refinery with various disaster preparedness and mitigative measures particularly in an Oil Refinery where fire accidents are the major risk.
Session 4: Shri N. Minaketan Singh has presented on the topic Disaster Management with Special Reference to Industrial Establishment and Operation in Manipur. He highlighted about the proper maintenance of the hazardous chemicals and waste in the industrial establishments. He also mentioned about the need of the consent of Pollution Control Board as to avoid the cause of accidents in the Gas Bottling Plants and Oil depots.
Session 5: Shri G.S. Saini presented on the topic Civil Defence for Industrial and Chemical Disasters. He highlighted the unprotected disposal and distribution of chemical in the ports,

Railroads and highways which will cause chemical accidents to affect the community as well as the environments. He recalled the impact of Bhopal Gas Tragedy in which many innocents were killed and those who survived were changed forever. Lastly he urged all to get them PREVENTED and if PREVENTION FAILS, then GET PREPARED and RESPOND to the DISASTERS and WE REMAIN FOR A SAFER INDIA.


Session 6: Shri N. Noren Singh has presented the Role of Fire Service in the Industrial and Chemical Disaster. He has highlighted the key role to be played by the Fire Fighters and Civil Police in the protection of lives and property of the community. He has mentioned a few activities performed by the Fire Service in the State during the past years.

Session 7: Shri Ch. Rajendro Singh has presented his presentation on Industrial and Chemical Disaster Hazard Reduction in Manipur. He has highlighted the various hazardous elements in our surroundings which ultimately cause disasters. He has mentioned about the slow poisoning by use of various chemicals in our daily consumable items fruits and vegetables which are sold in the markets. Now the people should be well aware of the use of these pesticides and chemicals and the other way to prevent from such slow poisoning is to use the organic and bio fertilizer to safe the life from such chemical disasters.
Session 8: Shri G. Balakishore from Andhra Pradesh has presented on the topic Regulatory Framework on Chemical and Industrial Disaster Management in India. He has highlighted the factors contributing industrial disasters, sources and types of emergencies, legislation related to the Chemical Emergency Management. He has also highlighted the various Acts and Regulation to be followed by the industrial establishments and authorities, several statutory provisions for conducting mock exercises.
Session 9: Shri B. K. Sharma spoke about the Chemical Industry in India:Growth and their future profile with reference to Transportation of Hazmat and Hazchem in Manipur. He urged the transport operators while transporting the petroleum and petroleum products carefully to avoid accidents by following the Rules and Regulations and Guidelines issued by the concerned authorities in each state.
Session 10: In the Feed Back session, all the participants were given a four page sheet wherein the participants express what they feel about the Programme. The following six participants from different target groups expressed their views. They are 1. Shri Nishit Kumar Ujjwal, IPS, S.P. of Senapati District, 2. Dr. Ak. Jhaljit Singh, Additional S.P. Imphal West District, 3. Shri S. Naba Singh, A.D.C. Bishnupur District, 4. Shri Gaithouchung, Deputy General Manager, IOC (Assam Oil Division), 5. Shri Pathou, Manager, Imphal L.P.G., Imphal 6. Shri N. Sohodeba Singh, Manager, Manipur Highway Service. Imphal. All the participants urged and appealed the authorities to organize such more training programmes frequently which in fact benefited them a lot. (Verbal feedbacks-Annexure - II)





Session 11. In the valediction Dr. Suhel Akhtar Director, DMI Imphal pays his gratitude to all the participants and particularly Dr. Rakesh Dubey, Director, DMI Bhopal who has initiated to organize such programme in Manipur with the support from the InWEnt, GTZ Indo German Corporation. He has also thanked all the Resource Persons from outside the state and local and all the concerned in the successful organization of two day programme.




ANNEXURE -II

Verbal Feedback from the participants:
1. Shri Nishit Kumar Ujjwal, IPS, Superintendent of Police, Senapati District, Manipur has expressed his views on the success of the seminar which has benefited him to a great extent which in fact all the law enforcing agencies should know as they are ultimately involve in any disaster situation. They are also to control the movements of vehicles carrying hazardous materials and chemicals, inflammable items such as petroleum and petroleum products through the NH 39. He is of the opinion to organize such workshop for the police personnel in all the districts of Manipur within the short time.
2. Dr. Ak. Jhaljit Singh, MPS, Additional Superintendent of Police, Imphal West District Manipur has expressed the need of such training to the police personnel as these guidelines and safety measures to be taken up by the authorities, transporters, tankers, reservoirs must also be known to the concern police station in the area. More training should be given to all particularly the civil police who would be able to control the and maintain law and order both in normal time as well in emergency situation.
3. Shri S. Naba Singh, Additional Deputy Commissioner, Bishnupur District, Manipur has expressed the importance of the two day seminar which has benefited to all the concern particularly the administrators, law enforcing agencies, the transporters of hazardous materials particularly the bullet trucks, oil tanker, oil depots, the Bottling Plant and the IOC Reservoirs at Imphal. Further he has suggested organizing such programmes in all the district inviting all the district administrators and oil dealers and all concerned. Regular mock exercises should conduct by the state authorities as well as by the authorities dealing with the petroleum products.
4. Shri Gaithouchung, Deputy General Manager, IOC (Assam Oil Division), Imphal has expressed his views about the seminar and informed that regular mock exercises are conducting in their premises but the knowledge gained out of the two day seminar has enhanced him more on the theoretical knowledge which needs to be converted into practical for safety in their premises which has the highest risk of fire.
5. Shri Pathou, Manager of Imphal LPG has expressed that he has benefited to a great extent out of the two day seminar and he assured that proper preventive measures would be taken up by his enterprise and proposed to take up by all the oil depots and LPG dealers. He also propose to organize such training workshop every half yearly.
6. Shri T. Sohodeva, Manager, Manipur Highway Service, Khabam Lamkhai has expressed the benefits of the seminar to him that he has gained innumerable information and precautionary measures which each and every oil depots and gas dealers must keep in mind. He is of the opinion that such seminar should be organized frequently by the authorities which would enable the transporters, oil depot authorities to keep their premises safe and prevent from causing disaster.



ANNEXURE - III
Conclusion and Recommendations:
In the end of the Two Day Seminar on Industrial and Chemical Disaster management in Imphal, the following points are recommended for kind and necessary information and translate into action by all the participants unanimously.

  1. The District Authorise may kindly see the proposal for the Disaster Management Plan submitted by any industrial establishments for approval.

  2. Mock exercises may be conducted regularly in all the industrial sites particularly the Oil Depots, Bottling Plants and Oil storage at Chingmeirong.

  3. Such training programmes nay be held at least twice a year and more administrator, police officers, officials dealing with Petroleum and petroleum products may be involved.

  4. Such programmes may be held in each district also.

  5. Disaster Management Plan for each industrial unit and establishments including oil depots, transporters, bottling plants and oil reservoirs may be prepared and submitted for approval by the concerned authorities.

  6. Fire Safety Teams, First Aid Teams and Search and Rescue Teams may be constituted/formed to respond immediately to any disaster situation.

  7. Separate Training Programmes for the Police Officials at the District Level may be organized to make all the police personnel well aware of the guidelines, rules and regulation laid down by the authorities in connection with the transportation and storage of the hazardous chemicals and inflammable items.

  8. Preventive measures should be taken up all the petroleum and petroleum dealers.






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