Consultivo’s technical session on Fire Pre-Plan at Jadavpur University
10th November 2017, Kolkata
Consultivo with its team of highly experienced experts and thought leaders conduct knowledge driven safety programs across the industry as their contribution to promote environment awareness and socio-economic welfare and development.
A technical session on “Fire Pre-plan – A Risk Based Approach”, organised by Calcutta Regional Centre, Indian Institute of Chemical Engineers (CRC-IIChE) was conducted on 10th November, 2017 in collaboration with Consultivo. It was a one-day workshop related to Process Safety Management presented by Mr Ujjwal Kumar Kundu – Trainer (Senior Consultant, Consultivo) at Dr. H.L Roy Building, Jadavpur University, Kolkata.
Consultivo, being a member of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) facilitates industry academia collaboration with knowledge resources like experienced experts and senior professionals to visit and share their practical expertise with students and safety professionals on fire and safety audit protocols. Consultivo provides knowledge sharing sessions on process hazard identification and risk assessment as these are an integral part of modern safety management.
Glimpses of the technical session on fire pre-plan
In the session, Mr Kundu from Consultivo, gave a brief idea about what a fire pre-plan means and discussed the methodology of a fire pre-plan in a risk based approach. He spoke about the possible scenarios that may lead to fire and also the key components to be kept in mind to prepare a fire pre-plan.
This enlightening session in collaboration with Consultivo on fire safety pre-plan provided the audience a practical insight into the fire safety audit and risk analysis, thereby, highlighting the steps and benefits of developing a fire safety pre-plan across industries and organisations. The main objective was to bring the focus on fire & explosion causing loss of life and production and assessing the consequences of the toxic gas release affecting the environment.
The session was attended by eminent persons from the industry, government consultants and academia including active participation from the process safety managers and engineers, compliance auditors and officials.