Report: APP CMHS Project 4

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2.4. India

2.4.1. Legislation

Legislation is in the process of review with Draft Coal Mine Regulation 2006 incorporating the requirement for risk assessment and safety management. A technical circular requires risk assessment to ... Read more.

2.4.2. Hazard Identification

The mining inspectorate has classified the hazards based on the categories of incidents causing the accidents. The major categories of causes leading to accidents in mines are: Fire, Explosion and ... Read more.

2.4.3. Risk Management

There is some use made of the Job Safety Analysis process of identifying hazards and implementing risk controls. A risk management protocol is being applied to mines and consists of a simple ... Read more.

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