Safety Management Policy & Team


INDIAN  SAFETY INSTITUTE is committed to ensuring that SAFETY in training is the prime consideration in any program conducted. We believe that the responsibilities for safety should be clearly defined in the INDIAN  SAFETY INSTITUTE AND RISK MANAGEMENT POLICY ,which acknowledges that people is the most important resource who must be protected in our program, against the risk of injury and fatal accident. As such, every resource is made available to ensure the safety and risk management objectives are achieved.

The policy shall be communicated, implemented, maintained and audited at all levels of the organisation. Periodical reviews and audits are incorporated in the policy and amended when necessary.

This policy is ratified by Founder of INDAIN ATV SAFETY INSTITUTE.

The INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE Safety and Risk Management Policy is simple, straight forward and is designed to enhance responsibility and ownership through effective delegation of roles. The roles of members of the INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE staff are designated keeping in mind each member’s functional responsibility and natural competence in handling issues of emergency and safety.

Remember SAFETY IS AN AWARENESS OF DANGER. This attitude needs to be ingrained in your mind, and underpin everything you do at INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE! 

Safety first, Safety last and safety in between.

For effective management of safety and risk four committees have been set up:

  1. Safety Committee
  2. Inspection and Maintenance Committee
  3. First Aid and Emergency Response Committee
  4. Investigation and Hazard Analysis Committee

The composition of Each Committee is:

  1. Safety Committee:
    • Ameen ali khan
    • Asif shaik
    • Mani kumar
    • Abdul gaffar khan
  1. Inspection and Maintenance Committee
    • Asif shaik
    • Mani kumar
  1. First aid and Emergency Response Committee
    • Asif shaik
    • Mani kumar
  1. Investigation and Hazard Analysis Committee
    • Ameen ali khan
    • Mani kumar
  • All committees must meet twice a month to review and amend any process. Emergency meetings as and when required can be called by the leader. If any member wants a meeting he / she would tell the leader and schedule a meeting.
  • Any committee can invite a person or persons (max. of 2) from INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE or outside who they think are able to give expert advice or guidance.



The objective of the safety committee is to assemble persons with particular responsibilities for safety so that they can formally address issues and take appropriate actions in relation to the achievement of the training objectives.

Functions of Safety Committee

The functions of the Safety Committee are outlined as follows:

  1. To review constantly the existing safety measures;
    identify training hazards and make recommendations to prevent accidents.
  2. To oversee the implementation, communicate, update and train practitioners on the current safety standard of operating procedures.
  3. To carry out mandatory regular safety inspections at the site to maintain safe training environment.
  4. To inspect the scene of any incident or dangerous occurrence and suggest recommendations to prevent recurrence.
  5. To review and discuss inspection and incident reports prepared for further safety improvement.



The objective of safety inspections and maintenance committee is to verify whether the safety management objectives of INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE are met and to ensure that materials, elements and  equipment used do not present any safety hazard due to lack of repair and maintenance.

Functions of Inspection and Maintenance Committee

  1. Activity Safety inspections are conducted before and after a   program, and regularly as mentioned in the SOP
  2. The procedures for conducting, reporting and taking follow-up actions of safety inspections are detailed in the SOP. The committee is responsible for implementation of the same and documenting and filing the reports.
  3. The committee carries out scheduled preventive maintenance as well as break-down repairs of element, materials and equipment. The preventive maintenance schedule must be followed from the SOP.
  4. The committee is also responsible for inspecting and maintaining ropes and     other operating equipment as mentioned in the SOP.
  5. All design and construction of new activities or modifying of existing activities is a function of this committee in consultation with the safety committee.
  6. The committee should maintain a list of vendors and suppliers of materials and equipment for operating activities and the activity itself and liaison with them for getting the job done.
  7. Before any major purchase or maintenance work the committee should prepare a budget and present it to the Safety committee.



To oversee the first aid requirements, readiness, training and emergency preparedness.  Emergency preparedness is to develop and communicate plans which will allow  effective management of emergency situations.

Functions of First Aid and Emergency Response Committee

  1. The First aid kit, its accessibility and updating regularly. A plan / schedule should be put in place for the same and conveyed to the Safety Committee.
  2. The training and certification of staff and awareness of First Aid to all at INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE.
  3. Development and maintenance of a INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE first aid manual. Also maintain a first aid register so that lessons learnt can be documented.
  4. Review, update and implement emergency procedures according to the SOP.
  5. Maintain a list of emergency medial phone numbers and maintain good relations with doctors / hospitals in the area.
  6. Make sure that all the first aid and emergency processes are in place for all programs at INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE.



The objective of investigation and analysis is to set up appropriate means which will minimise the occurrence of safety incidents in the training and investigate and analyse incidents submitting reports to the Safety Committee so as to prevent the same from happening again.

Functions of the Investigation and Hazard Analysis Group

  1. All incidents especially serious and dangerous occurrences should be reported investigated and analysed. This would help determine the cause of the incident, whether it was staff, participant, equipment natural elements. Only then can appropriate action be taken.
  2. All cases that require to be reported are to be placed on record and a monthly report can be presented to the safety committee so as to have adequate statistics available for future planning and improvement.
  3. Hazard analysis to be done periodically so that hazards or potential hazards are identified and managed in a way that eliminates or reduces to an acceptable level, the risk of an incident occurring.
  4. Reporting or making public an incident comes under the purview of this group.(see SOP emergency procedures)
  5. Legal and Governmental implications regarding any incident or activity at INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE should be put into place.
  6. Develop a plan or manual on Investigation and Hazard Analysis group at INDIAN SAFETY INSTITUTE.
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