Risk Assessment in Cement Manufacturing Process – IJERT

2019-12-4  Alvear- Galindo, Mendez- Ramirez, suggest that when working in cement industry, industrial workers are prone from hazards. Various stages of manufacturing process every stages hazards related personal protective equipments, unsafe condition for doing work. Workers are exposed to hazards in their workplaces affects the health

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Risk Assessment in Cement Manufacturing Process

2019-7-1  technique be developed to proper control cement manufacturing process. To proper continuous improvement of production process. Input, output and process control management.[5] Lesliam suggest that to control risk in cement manufacturing plant our working operation should be safe and reliable without any disturbance.

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A Risk Assessment Study on Occupational Hazards in

2017-12-15  of quality materials including Portland cement and blended cement etc., The Puliyur branch consist of more than 100 employees and around 42 employee works per shift with a total of 3 shifts per day. I have studied the incident reports of past few years and also the process involved in the manufacturing of cement.

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Health and safety in the cement industry

2012-9-20  Cement is one of the most widely used substances on earth. Making cement is an energy and resource intensive process with both local and global environmental, health and safety impacts. Recognizing these facts, several cement companies, initiated the Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) as a member-sponsored program of the World Business Council

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(PDF) OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY IN CEMENT

In addition to the various health hazards, cement workers are especially ex posed to dust which causes lun g function impairment, chronic obstructive lung disease, restrictive lung disease,...

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Occupational Health Risk Analysis and Assessment in

4. Clinker production 5. Cement milling 2.1. Description of cement plant under study Production of cement covers the crushing of raw materials, grinding and mixing of crushed and other raw materials, roasting of the raw material mixture to produce clinker, grinding of

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CHAPTER II LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Cement Industry

2012-4-11  2.1 Cement Industry and Cement Production Energy Fog et al. (1983)stated that the energy sources in a cement plant can be classified as primary sources, i.e. oil, coal, gas, other fuels and electricity, and secondary sources, i.e. waste heat from one phase of the process which can be recovered and utilized in another phase.

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PLANT HAZARD AND EQUIPMENT RISK ASSESSMENT

2018-6-12  PLANT HAZARD AND EQUIPMENT RISK ASSESSMENT CONTROL MEASURES • Plant obstructing other plants at site. • Unauthorised use by untrained personnel. • Unintended use of duplicate controls while working. • Hearing loss or communication interference due to excessive noise. • Use of the plant as a crane of lifting device other than MEWP.

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CHEMICAL RISK ASSESSMENT, HAZARD CONTROL AND

2019-7-1  • Improper or unstable process conditions during the production may lead to formation of hazardous substances, e.g. • Temperature of curing in printing. • Time of curing and lamination. • pH of the process. • Reduction clearing in dyeing. • Oxidation in vat dyeing and effluent treatment plant. • Heat press and transfer printing ...

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Health and safety in the cement industry

2012-9-20  Cement is one of the most widely used substances on earth. Making cement is an energy and resource intensive process with both local and global environmental, health and safety impacts. Recognizing these facts, several cement companies, initiated the Cement Sustainability Initiative (CSI) as a member-sponsored program of the World Business Council

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Determining the Most Important Hazards in the Cement ...

most important risks in the cement industry was assessed and evaluated. First, eight hazards were investigated by the FMEA method, as shown in Table 1. Next, a hierarchical analysis process technique was used to evaluate and rank the hazards table 2. At first, four criteria were selected. The weight

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Cement Concrete Hazards In Construction

Concrete Burns • Sand contained in fresh concrete is abrasive to bare skin • Portland is an alkaline. Strong bases (ph of 12-13) are just as hazardous as strong acids to the skin but have no initial signs of pain such as a burning sensation. • Drying Portland is hygroscopic – it

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Health hazards of cement dust - PubMed

Cement industry is involved in the development of structure of this advanced and modern world but generates dust during its production. Cement dust causes lung function impairment, chronic obstructive lung disease, restrictive lung disease, pneumoconiosis and carcinoma of the lungs, stomach and colon.

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Concrete Safety, OSHA, Hazards, Silica, Topics, and Manual ...

OSHA Concrete Safety. OSHA breaks all concrete related industries down into two sectors which are "construction" and "manufacturing" sectors. The construction sector covers hazards related to all concrete work in construction operations. The manufacturing sector covers areas such as "ready mix plant

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PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT AND RISK HAZARD

2017-7-8  iv. Damage the plant, an obvious hazard. v. Result in loss of production quantity, quality or schedule. In practice, some resolution of hazards is normally accepted. However a careful balance must be maintained to ensure that the primary purpose of hazard identification is not compromised.

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Top 5 Safety Hazards in the Manufacturing Industry

Slips, trips, and falls have been the leading cause for injury and death among American workers in the private sector. In 2018 falls were in the top 3 causes of injuries for all industries.As such, falls present a serious risk for all employees, and those working at manufacturing facilities are no exception.

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General Guidelines for Implementation of HACCP in a ...

2015-3-26  control over an entire food production process for the sole purpose of reducing potential food-related health risks to consumers. An HACCP program maintains safety and wholesomeness of meat and poultry because potential hazards that may occur during processing are anticipated, evaluated, con-trolled and prevented. A hazard is defined as any

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CHEMICAL RISK ASSESSMENT, HAZARD CONTROL AND

2019-7-1  • Improper or unstable process conditions during the production may lead to formation of hazardous substances, e.g. • Temperature of curing in printing. • Time of curing and lamination. • pH of the process. • Reduction clearing in dyeing. • Oxidation in vat dyeing and effluent treatment plant. • Heat press and transfer printing ...

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HazardEx - Hazard assessment in the brewing and distilling ...

2013-8-20  Hazard assessment in the brewing and distilling industries. Author : Richard Ball, Senior Process Safety Specialist, Chilworth Technology. 20 August 2013. The production of beer and spirits produces solutions of ethanol, which is a highly flammable liquid. Raw materials for fermentation and mashing processes involve the handling, storage, and ...

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Determining the Most Important Hazards in the Cement ...

most important risks in the cement industry was assessed and evaluated. First, eight hazards were investigated by the FMEA method, as shown in Table 1. Next, a hierarchical analysis process technique was used to evaluate and rank the hazards table 2. At first, four criteria were selected. The weight

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Occupational Health and Safety in Cement Industry

2021-6-25  health hazards such as fume, gases and dust, which are risk factors in developing occupational disease. The research concentrate with the occupational health hazards among the cement plant workers of Chhattisgarh district. The health status data of 100 workers were obtained from cement plants. During process, the results

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A Review On Environmental and Health Impacts Of

2016-5-25  process is a major source of emissions such as NOx, SOx, CO2, particulate matters etc. In this paper, the role of cement industry is reviewed in causing impact on environment and health. It describes the cement production process and its emission sources followed by overview of emissions and their environmental and health impacts.

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Health hazards of cement dust - PubMed

Cement industry is involved in the development of structure of this advanced and modern world but generates dust during its production. Cement dust causes lung function impairment, chronic obstructive lung disease, restrictive lung disease, pneumoconiosis and carcinoma of the lungs, stomach and colon.

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Cement - Controlling hazardous substances - Managing ...

2021-8-25  Cement and cement-based products can harm the skin in a number of ways. Wet cement is highly alkaline in nature. A serious burn or ulcer can rapidly develop if it is trapped against the skin. In extreme cases, these burns may need a skin graft or cause a limb to be amputated. Cement can also cause chemical burns to the eyes.

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Environmental Guidelines for Cement Manufacturing

2018-8-5  the wet process. Certain solid waste products from other industries, such as pulverized fly ash (PFA) from power stations, Slag, roasted pyrite residues, and foundry sand can be used as additives in cement production. Waste Characteristics The generation of fine particulates is inherent in the process, but most are recovered and recycled.

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Environmental Impact Assessments for Cement Plants

2019-12-16  cumulative effects in cement plant ESIAs. Further, Annex C addresses climate change considerations for cement plants. This topic is receiving increasing attention due to large emissions of CO2 from such plants; • A record of the ESIA process and a

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CHAPTER II LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Cement Industry

2012-4-11  2.1 Cement Industry and Cement Production Energy Fog et al. (1983)stated that the energy sources in a cement plant can be classified as primary sources, i.e. oil, coal, gas, other fuels and electricity, and secondary sources, i.e. waste heat from one phase of the process which can be recovered and utilized in another phase.

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Cement industry and its environmental impacts

2018-4-8  The cement industry produces about 5% of global man-made CO2 emissions, of which 50% is from the chemical process, and 40% from burning fuel. The amount of CO2 emitted by the cement industry is nearly 900kg of CO2 for every 1000kg of cement produced.

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Top 5 Safety Hazards in the Manufacturing Industry

Slips, trips, and falls have been the leading cause for injury and death among American workers in the private sector. In 2018 falls were in the top 3 causes of injuries for all industries.As such, falls present a serious risk for all employees, and those working at manufacturing facilities are no exception.

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