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TIPONG COLLIERY

NORTH EASTERN COALFIELDS, COAL INDIA LIMITED

 

CONTENTS

Sl No.

Particulars

Page No.

1

Brief History of Tipong Colliery, Coal reserve

3

2

Safety Policy of Coal India Limited        

4

3

Mine Workings, Mine support, Mine ventilation

5

4

Gassiness, Monitoring of gasses, Gases and Fire, Drainage and pumping

6

5

Telecommunication, Underground Machinery             and Equipments  

7

6

Safety related jobs completed during the calendar Year, 2015          

8

7

Manpower          

9

8

Mine Organization Chart

10

9

Vocational Training,             

11

10

Periodical Medical Examination

12

11

List of Rescue Trained Person

13

12

List of Active First–Aiders

14

13

Yearly Rainfall   

15

14

Monthly Rainfall chart for the Year 2015

16

15

Accident Statistics

17

16

Emergency Organisation

18

17

Report of Environmental details

20

18

Our achievement & List of Prize Winners

21

19

Programme on safety drive

22

 

BRIEF HISTORY OF TIPONG COLLIERY


I. INTRODUCTION


 Date of Opening : 1924 A.D
 Owner at the time of opening : M/s, A.R.T.Co.Ltd.
 Name of the Coalfield : Makum
 Extent of Coal reserve along the strike : : 6 km

 

II. GEOLOGY


  • Location:
    • Latitude – N 27°18¢ 54 ²& N 27°18¢ 14 ²
    • Longitude - E 95°49¢ 40²& E 95°53¢ 53 ²
    • Altitude – 175.01m above MSL
  • Coalfield represents a well defined Asymmetrical syncline
  • The Southern limb is steeply inclined.
  • The North limb is cut off by Margherita thrust.
  • The strike of North limb is E-W
  • Dipping of bed 46° to 110°.

 

III. COAL SEAMS


Name of the seam

Thickness (m)

5 ft

1.52

8 ft

2.44

20 ft

5-5.5

60 ft Top section

11.5 – 12.2

60 ft Bottom section

5.1 – 5.4

 

IV. COAL RESERVE (As per GR of Tipong Colliery)


  1. Coal Reserve for Opencast Mining     : 19.03 MT
  2. Coal Reserve for Underground Mining   : 50.44 MT

 __________     
Total     : 69.47MT


 

SAFETY POLICY OF COAL INDIA LIMITED


MINE SAFETY


Coal India Ltd has always given the highest priority towards “Safety”. In CIL, safety is considered as a part of its core production process and is embodied in the statement. CIL has also framed a distinct and definite Safety Policy and formed multidisciplinary Internal Safety Organisation(ISO) in every subsidiary company and also at CIL (HQ). Over the years the safety performance in CIL has been significantly improved. This improvement documented statistically in several independent sources and attributed to the following reasons:


  • • Commitment by the management, workers and regulators.
  • • Well thought out and conscientious safety awareness drives.
  • • Advanced and continuous training of the workforce.
  • • Technological advances in the field of mining methods and better mining equipment/ machinery design.
  • • Strong oversight and required assistance from the Ministry of Coal.

 

OBJECTIVES OF CIL SAFETY


The objective of Coal India Ltd is to achieve “Zero Harm Potential” in all mines and other establishments. Safety is given prime importance in the operations of CIL as embodied in the mission of Coal India Ltd. CIL has formulated a Safety Policy for ensuring safety in mines and implementation of which is closely monitored at several levels.


  • 1) Operations and systems will be planned and designed to eliminate or materially reduce mining hazards;
  • 2) Implement Statutory Rules and Regulations and strenuous efforts made for achieving superior standards of safety;
  • 3) To bring about improvement in working conditions by suitable changes in technology;
  • 4) Provide material and monetary resources needed for the smooth and efficient execution of Safety Plans;
  • 5) Deploy safety personnel wholly for accident prevention work;
  • 6) Organize appropriate forums with employees representatives for Joint consultations on safety matters and secure their motivation and commitment in Safety Management;
  • 7) Prepare annual Safety Plan and long term Safety Plan at beginning of every calendar year, unit-wise and for the company, to effect improved safety in operations as per respective geo-mining needs to prepare the units for onset of monsoon, to fulfill implementation of decisions by Committee on Safety in Mines and Safety Conferences and to take measures for overcoming accident proneness as may be reflected through study of accident analysis. Keeping priority in sensitive areas of roof-falls, haulage, explosives, machinery etc.
  • 8) Set up a frame for execution of the Safety Policy and plans through the General Managers of Areas, Agents, Managers and other safety personnel of the units.
  • 9) Multi-level monitoring of the implementation of the safety Plans through Internal Safety Organisation at the company headquarters and Area Safety Officer at area level;
  • 10) All senior executives at all levels of management, will continue to inculcate a safety towards accident prevention of their functioning;
  • 11) Institute continuous education, training and retaining all employees with the accent placed on development of safety oriented skills;
  • 12) Continue efforts to better the living conditions and help of all employees both in and outside the mines

 

MINE WORKING


DEVELOPMENT


  • Dip Mine (Udit khani)
    •  -7L Bottom coal upto 17th X-M (2.11 km from mine entry)
    •  -7L foot wall upto 17th X-M (2.11 km from mine entry)
    •   New dip below –7L, up to –12L (180 M below mine entry)
    • OL Foot wall upto 12th X-M (1.90 km from mine entry)
    • -5L B/C , -7L B/C &-3LB/C

 

DETAILS OF MINE ENTRIES


S.No

Mine Entry

Date of Opening

Length along the Strike km

RL (above MSL) (M)

1.

Pragati khani

1961

1.90

175.01

2.

Dip mine

1977

2.11

173.94


HIGHEST FLOOD LEVEL (HFL):172.357m on 12-08-1995

 

MINE SUPPORTS


  • Timber for development faces and split galleries
  • I –section, Hollow section and side wall for permanent roadway.
  • V- Section arch girders and brick arching for weak patches which serve as better form of supports.
  • Four numbers of roof convergence meters has been procured and are installed.
  • Systematic support rules framed by Manager is judiciously followed.
  • Steel square choke for high roof.

 

MINE VENTILATION

DIP MINE AND PRAGATI KHANI

        • Axial flow fan (Exhaust)
        • Capacity – 2000m3/min
        • Water gauge –50mm
        • Motor hp – 40

 

GASSINESS:

The coal seams are classified in Degree-III gassiness.


Subject

Top Coal

Bottom Coal

Make of Gas

6.20 m3

5.25m3

Rate of Emission

5.76 m3/te

4.80 m3/te



 

 

 

  • As a safety measure regular gas survey and quantity survey are done and records are maintained.
  • All statutory provisions regarding ventilation are compiled to ensure highest safeguards against methane ignition.


MONITORING OF GASES

  • Environmental telemonitoring system has been installed for continuous monitoring of mine gases at main return an New Dip district return.
  • Gas analysis is done on regular basis at our Chemical labs.
  • Sufficient number of digital Methane Gas detectors and multi gas detectors are provided to supervisors and officials for the sole purpose of monitoring mine gases.


HEATING AND FIRE

  • All isolation stoppings are thoroughly maintained round the clock.
  • Special stress is always given for stabilization of isolation stoppings.

DRAINAGE AND PUMPING

  • High capacity pumps (Total combined capacity 3400GPM) are installed to cater the need of Dip mine.
  • Inspection of all surface drainage and subsidence filling is done to prevent direct seepage of water into the mine and also garland drains are provided to divert surface run-off.
  • Water level of Tipong pani river is meticulously monitored and float alarm is provided at river bed level to monitor the water level and to alert workmen in time.

 

TELE-COMMUNICATION

  1. Telecommunication system is provided from U/G workings to surface and residences of officials and supervisory staffs.
  1. Both underground and surface communication are maintained in good working order to ensure to safe control and close monitoring of all activities.

UNDER-GROUND MACHINERYAND EQUIPMENTS

As our system of mining is semi mechanized, safe operation of the following equipments are of importance to ensure safety standard and consistency in production.

 

Machinery /Equipment

Nos

Bega raise borer

05

Scraper chain conveyor

03

Electric coal drills

06

Air compressor

04

Auxiliary fan

03

Level haulage

02

Flame proof equipments

In sufficient Nos

Incline direct haulage

02

Roof convergence indicator

02

ETMS Sensor

04

Multi Gas Detector

04

Flame Safety Lamp

54

Gas Detector

04

Self contained self Rescuer

424

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Safety related jobs completed during the calendar year 2015


A. In Underground

  1. Replacement of timber support by Steel Supports – 300 mtrs length.
  2. Replacement of MS angle ladders – 60 mtrs
  3. 100 % cleaning of sump for increasing sump capacity and stand age period.
  4. Pipeline cleaning and replacement M.S Pipe to HDPE pipe.
  5. Cleaning of surface drench.
  6. Construction of brick arching at -7L about 30 m.
  7. Construction of brick side wall about 25 m at -7L and 15 m at 0 L Pragati  Khani.

 

B. At surface

  1. Clearing of garland drain at surface.
  2. Repairing  of Hanging Bridge from coal dip to dip mine.

C. E&M

  1. Shifting of -6½ Level OverHead feeder.
  2. Interlocking of capital GOAB of coal dip feeder with circuit breaker.
  3. Commissioning of 10 nos. of VCB Panels at Challet Power House.
  4. 157 no. Led Cap lamp provided.
  5. Lighting of Pragati Khani 2XM to 4XM.
  6. Installation of 120 line New EPBAX system.
  7. Conversion of M.S  pipeline to HDPE pipeline.
  8. NFR and ELR fitted at 3.3 KV/550 transformer feeding power to Pragati Khani.

 

MANPOWER AS ON 01-01-2016


SL.NO

SUBJECT

UNDERGROUND

SURFACE

NON-MINING

TOTAL

1.

Executive

11

02

Nil

13

2.

Non -Executive

282

178

Nil

460

TOTAL

473

 

Statutory Manpower

Sl.No.

Subject

Nos

1.

Executive

13

2.

Overman

07

3.

Mining Sirdar

22

4.

Electrical Supervisor

03

 

VOCATIONAL TRAINING STATISTICS

Year

Initial

Refresher

Special

Target

Achievement

2010

002

129

129

077

2011

004

116

116

184

2012

011

143

143

062

2013

008

150

150

067

2014

000

90

94

061

2015

001

80

83

033

 

PERIODICAL MEDICAL EXAMINATION STATISTICS

YEAR                         TARGET               ACHIEVEMENT

2010                          130                                   133

2011                          110                                   114

2012                          205                                   220

2013                          189                                   194

2014                          171                                   173

2015                           180                                  183

 

 

LIST OF RESCUE TRAINED PERSONS


SL.NO

NAME

DESIGNATION

  1.  

Sri.RanjitPhukan

Mining  Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.ManojChetry

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.Padmeshwar Gogoi

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.RajeshRai

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.NipenDey

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.Kalyan Chakraborty

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.D.Rama Rao

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.Arup Kalita

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.BiswajitHujuri

Mining Sirdar

  1.  

Sri.N.Rama Rao

Timber Mistry

  1.  

Sri.M.Someswar Rao

Bega Operator

  1.  

Sri.AnandaPraddhan

Bega Operator

  1.  

Sri.BabulDowarah

Trammer

  1.  

Sri.Bhagwan Prasad

Coal Cutter

  1.  

Sri.K.Ramanaiya

Coal Cutter

  1.  

Sri A.Srinivas

Electrician

  1.  

Sri SushantChotttray

Overman

  1.  

Sri SunilKoch

Mining Sirdar

 

LIST OF ACTIVE FIRST AIDERS


1

Sri Abhitab

25

Sri A.Kalita

2

Sri M.K.Premnath

26

Sri UmeshBhattacharjee

3

Sri Sange T Thongon

27

Sri Jitu Gogoi

4

Sri B.K.Sharma

28

Sri Ganga Charan

5

Sri Subhas Roy

29

Sri Omprakash Yadav

6

Sri S.P.Bhowmik

30

Sri M.Someshwar Rao

7

Sri P.Bora

31

Sri Ananda Pradhan

8

Sri M.K.Sinha

32

Sri S.Karmakar

9

Sri S.K.Pradhan

33

Sri K. Ramnaiya

10

Sri M.Chetry

34

Sri B. Trinath Rao

11

Sri R. Rai

35

Sri SushantChoteray

12

Sri Ramu Sah

36

Sri Sujit Pradhan

13

Sri K. Chakraborty

37

Sri N. Rama Rao

14

Sri Ramen Baruah

 

 

15

Md. H.Rehman

 

 

16

Sri B.Huzuri

 

 

17

Sri P.Gogoi

 

 

18

Sri R.Phukan

 

 

19

Sri N.C.Dey

 

 

20

Sri D.Rama Rao

 

 

21

Sri K.Marak

 

 

22

Sri T.Kalita

 

 

23

Sri Bhagwan Prasad

 

 

24

Sri Manish Sinha

 

 

 

YEARLY RAINFALL(Last 10Year)


Year

Rainfall (in mm)

2005

2733.75

2006

1861.50

2007

2227.25

2008

1898.37

2009

1716.95

2010

2741.25

2011

2181.00

2012

2651.50

2013

2425.75

2014

2200.6

2015

2193.00

 

 

Monthly Rainfall Chart Of 2015


Month

Rainfall(In MM)

Jan

23.75

Feb

23.00

Mar

64.50

Apr

237.25

May

202.00

June

352.25

July

259.50

Aug

619.00

Sep

273.75

Oct

97.50

Nov

12.50

Dec

28.00


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Note:-Maximum Rainfall 352.25 MM in the month of June

 

 

ACCIDENT STATISTICS:


The details of accident statistics for last 12 years in Tipong Colliery are given below.


SL.No.

Year

Minor

Reportable

Serious

Fatal

Total

1.

2004

04

02

01

00

07

2

2005

00

05

01

01

07

3.

2006

00

03

00

00

03

4.

2007

00

01

00

00

01

5.

2008

02

00

00

00

02

6.

2009

00

01

00

00

01

7.

2010

00

01

00

00

01

8.

2011

00

00

00

00

00

9.

2012

00

01

00

01

02

10.

2013

00

03

00

00

03

11.

2014

00

00

01

00

00

12.

2015

00

00

00

00

00

 

EMERGENCY ORGANISATION


INUNDATION /MAJOR ROOF FALL/IGNITION/EXPLOLSION OR ANY OTHER


EMERGENCY BELOWGROUND

On receiving information of any Emergency, the Agent, the Manager, and in his absence, the principle officials present at the surface shall immediately put the Emergency plan into operation. On receiving the information of any emergency the Consultative Committee members shall forthwith proceed to the operational control room. They will review the emergency plan drawn before and approve it with necessary modifications if any, in the light of information received from:

  1. Underground regarding the type of emergency
  2. Attendance clerk regarding the number of persons involved. (Telephone  throughEPABX) .
  3. Stores regarding the emergency material received..(Telephone through EPABX) .

 

  1. THE CONSULTATIVECOMMITTEE SHALL CONSTITUTE OF

Sl No.

Name

Designation

Telephone numbers

Remarks

Office

Residence

Mobile No.

  1.  

Mr. S. S. Gagar

Agent

292738, 282727
601

624

9957497821

 

  1.  

Mr M. S. Singh

Manager

292551
602

282630
629

9435133275

 

  1.  

Mr. S. C. Mukherjee

Safety Officer

605

611

9435890783

 

  1.  

Mr. Abhitab

Ventilation Officer

605

632

9435530909

 

  1.  

Dr. S. Mondal

G.D.M.O.

630

634

9678254571

 

  1.  

Mr. J.K. Bora

G.M., NEC

220319

220368

 

 

  1.  

Representative of DGMS Guwahati Region

DMS / Dy. DMS

0361-2550129

 

 

 

  1.  

Mr. M. Ali

A.S.O., NEC

220216

 

9707113031

 

  1.  

Mr. Nayan Jyoti Medhi

Colliery Engineer/ Asst. Manager (E&M)

619

641

9678477974

 

  1.  

Mr. A. Kumar

Surveyor

608

 

9401539280

 

  1.  

Mr. Sapan Kr. Bhattacharjee

Rescue Room Incharge, RRRT Tipong

225642,636

654

 

 

  1.  

Mr. Ranjit Phukan

Mining Sirdar

 

 

9707127513

Union rep.

  1.  

Mr. Gautam Dutta

Time Keeper

612

 

9954369031

  1.  

Mr. Siba Pd. Bhowmick

Workmen Inspector (Mining)

605

 

9859806839

Workmen Inspector

  1.  

Mr. Dulal Ch. Paul

Workmen Inspector (Mech.)

618

 

9854266487

  1.  

Mr. Oliver Marak

Workmen Inspector (Elect.)

 

 

9508972253

 

B) All the key officials of the mine shall assemble in the operation control room on receiving  
Information about any Emergency.
They will include

  1. All officials at the mine level.
  2. All head of the departments.
  3. Attendance clerk and Head clerk.
  4. Canteen In-charge.
  5.  All rescue trained personal.
  6. All overmen and mining sirdars.

After receiving authorization from the Operational Control Room they will immediately swing into action according to a pre- arranged plan.

 

REPORT OF ENVIRONMENTAL DETAILS OF TIPONG COLLIERY

The Tipong underground mine is the Eastern most coal mine of the Makum Coalfields and it is situated at a distance of 27 km from Margherita. The project area under reference lies between N 27°18¢ 54 ² and E 95°49¢40 ². The area is approachable from Margherita by the NH-38 and NH 153 up to Tirap gate and from thereby 3 km of forest road where the colliery road branches out for a distance of 1.4 km up to the coal loading point.
Mine entry is located 2.5 km from the coal unloading point.
Tree samplings are planted at various sites.The year wise details of tree plantation are given below:


YEAR OF PLANTATION

NOS.OF SAMPLING PLANTED

2004-05

300

2005-06

200

2006-07

700

2007-08

400

2008-09

200

2009-10

360

2010-11

1410

2011-12

4500

2012-13

5500

2013-14

5000

2014-15

6000

2015-16

5000

 

One Effluent Treatment Plant has been commenced in 1993 at a cost of Rs. 12.70 Lakhs, to treat the mine water so as to increase the PH value from 3.10 to 6.50.
The E.T.P use as soda ash and hydrated lime as its base chemicals.

 

PARAMETER OF WATER BEFORE TREATMENT
pH value                  3.00C.O.D.                152.00
Iron                         1.30Oil & Grease        3.10
Suspended Solid     175.00
Nitrate Nitrogen      2.90

 

PARAMETER OF WATER AFTER TREATMENT
pH value                  6.60                             Suspended Solid         0070
BOD                                   0018                            COD                           0071
Oil & Grease                       2.10                                                                                                 Nitrate Nitrogen            4.35

 

OUR ACHIEVEMENT FOR THE YEAR:-


Year

 Nature of Awards

Presented by

Remarks

2014-15

Vocational Training, PME & General Safety Consciousness

 

1st

2014-15

Best House Keeping & Environment Protection & Publicity Propogation

1st

2014-15

Best Team Captain in First Aid Competition

1st

2014-15

Safety Song

2nd

2014-15

Model Competition

 

2nd

2014-15

Award of Technical Innovation By CIL

 

 

 

ANNUAL SAFETY WEEK CELEBRATION PRIZE WINNERS OF TIPONG COLLIERY 2016


 

Sl. No

Category

Place

Employee No.

Name of Person

1

Best Safety conscious timber man

U/G

41447

Sri  Rameswar Rai

41423

Sri  Chutalal Gupta

40288

Sri S. Bhattacharjee

2

Best safety conscious electrician

U/G

40005

Sri N. Apparao

Surface

41922

Sri Harinarayan Rai

3

Best safety conscious fitter

U/G

40983

Sri Ranjit Gogoi

Surface

40006

Sri C. Venkat Rao

4

Best safety conscious pump operator

U/G

40017

Sri V.Polnaidooo

Surface

41406

Sri Nazrul Ali

5

Longest accident free person

 

41663

Sri Dek Bahadur Chhetry

6

Best female employee

 

21910

Smt. M. Loxmma

Special prizes for their contribution towards safe mining

7

Sri K. Ramarao

41246

 

8

Sri K. Tawroo

41916

 

9

Sri S. Narayan

40934

 

10

Sri D. Ananda Rao

44017

 

11

Sri G. Appa Rao

41075

 

 

PROGRAMME OF SAFETY DRIVE


Some of the programmes followed to reduce accident and near mines incidents are given below:

  1. Improvement of working conditions
  2. Improvement of environmental and living conditions.
  3. Religious implementation of statutory provisions.
  4. Religious implementation of the recommendations of different safety conferences, safety board meetings, CMD’S meetings and NDPC meetings.
  5. Implementation of systematic support plan as per RMR study.
  6. Quality inspection, supervision and monitoring for safety.
  7. Effective utilization of all available safety instruments and materials.
  8. Rectification of violations pointed out by DGMS and ISO.
  9. Rectification of violation pointed out by workmen inspector.
  10. Laying more stress on workers involvement in safety management.
  11. Analysis of accident (cause wise and place wise) and taking remedial measures.
  12. Implementation of recommendation of safety committee.
  13. Improvement of roof support system.
  14. Periodical medical examination.
  15. Safety talk and propaganda.
  16. Mock-rehearsals.
  17. Annual safety week celebration.
  18. Through on the job training on how to do the job safely.
  19. Vocational training programme.
  20. Religious implementation of monsoon preparation plan.
  21. Risk assessment and hazard prevention programmes.
  22. Implementation of CIL safety Policy and awareness drive among the employees.

 

Our endeavors to improve safety standard

  1. Delivering safety talk at mine entrances at the beginning of the shift on a regular basis.
  2. Holding safety committee meeting regularly and implementation of the suggestions.
  3. Training of various categories of workers at V.T.C.
  4. Supply of protective equipments to the workers.
  5. Sincere implementation of the provisions and recommendations of various safety conferences and safety boards.

“ SAFETY IS LIKE A GOOD RETIREMENT PLAN, PROVIDES FOR A BETTER TOMORROW.”

ASSISTANCE REQUIRED

1. Method of winning of coal and liquidation of coal including mechanization of operations.
2. Appointment of statutory personnel to cover up the shortage.
3. Steel support materials specially arch girders to replace the timber support.
4. Provision of man riding and material transport system.
5. Provision of additional sensors for ETMS.
6. Provision of Gas chromatograph for on the spot gas analysis.
7. Time bound implementation of sub-level caving method of mining in collaboration with Spanish firms.
8. Early installation of 800 KVA or more capacity D.G.Set.
9. Replacement of old & out dated equipments with state of art equipments including feeder line.
10. Computerization & LAN network between various departments.

 

ANNUAL SAFETY WEEK CELEBRATION
FOR THE YEAR 2015-16
AT TIPONG COLLIERY
PROGRAMMES IN DETAIL

 

DATE

PROGRAMME

TIME

25.01.16

 

  1. FLAG HOISTING AT SHAHEED SMARAK BY AGENT,TIPONG COLLIERY
  2. LIGHTING OF LAMP AT SHAHEED SMARAK BY AGENT AND MANAGER, UNION REPRESENTATIVES TIPONG COLLIERY.
  3. SWEARING OF SAFETY OATH   BY ABHITAB
  4. SAFETY TALK BY WORKMEN’S  INSPECTOR(MINING), TIPONG COLLIERY
  5. SPEECH BY VARIOUS UNION REPRESENTATIVES
  6. SPEECH BY S. R. SINHA
  7. SPEECH BY MANAGER,TIPONG COLLIERY
  8. SPEECH BY AGENT,TIPONG COLLIERY
  9. VOTE OF THANKS Mr. SARAT MUKHERJEE ( SAFETY OFFICER)
  10. DISTRIBUTION OF SWEET AMONG WORKMEN

 

7.45 AM

 

 

 

  1. FLAG HOISTING BY AGENT,TIPONG COLLIERY
  2. LIGHTING OF LAMP AT WORKER INSTITUTE BY AGENT AND MANAGER, UNION REPRESENTATIVES TIPONG COLLIERY.
  3. SWEARING OF SAFETY OATH   BY ABHITAB
  4. SPEECH BY VARIOUS UNION REPRESENTATIVES
  5. SPEECH BY S. R. SINHA
  6. SPEECH BY MANAGER,TIPONG COLLIERY
  7. SPEECH BY AGENT,TIPONG COLLIERY
  8. VOTE OF THANKS Mr. SARAT MUKHERJEE ( SAFETY OFFICER)
  9. DISTRIBUTION OF SWEET AMONG WORKMEN

 

10 AM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON ROOF AND SIDE SUPPORT BY S.KR. CHHOTARAY, OVERMAN

03:15 PM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON ROOF AND SIDE SUPPORT BY S. KR. PRADHAN, PRADHAN

 

11:15 PM

27.01.16

  1. SAFETY  TALK ON SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN  BY ( SAFETY OFFICER)
  2. SAFETY TALK BY WORKMEN’S  INSPECTOR (MECH)

7AM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN BY S.KR. CHHOTARAY, OVERMAN

03:15 PM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON SAFETY MANAGEMENT PLAN BY S. KR. PRADHAN, PRADHAN

11:15 PM

 

28.01.16
                

  1. SAFETY TALK ON  ROLE OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS EFFECT IN THE MINES .BY Mr. M.S.SINGH ,MANAGER  TIPONG

7AM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL INSTALLATION AND THEIR USE BY W/I(ELECTRICAL)
  1. RECEPTION OF GUEST AND INSPECTION TEAM

9.00AM

  1. INAUGURATION OF POSTERS ,SLOGANS AND MODEL  STALL
  1. LIGHTING OF INAGURAL LAMP

9.40 AM

  1. WELCOME ADDRESS BY SAFETY OFFICER

 

  1. CULTURAL PROGRAMMES

10.00AM TO 11.30

  1. SPEECH BY GUESTS
  1. SPEECH BY UNION  REPRESENTATIVE
  1. PRIZE DISTRIBUTION

11.30 AM

  1. VOTE OF THANKS

11.55

  1. INSPECTION OF MINE BY THE INSPECTION TEAM

12.00PM

28.01.16

  1. SAFETY TALK ON ROLE OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS EFFECTS IN THE MINES  BY S.KR. CHHOTARAY, OVERMAN

03:15 PM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON ROLE OF COMMUNICATION AND ITS EFFECTS IN THE MINES  BY S. KR. PRADHAN, PRADHAN

11:15 PM

29.01.16

  1. SAFETY TALK ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS  BY SHRI.MANOJ CHETRY (MINING SIRDAR)

7AM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS  BY S. KR. CHHOTARAY, OVERMAN

03:15 PM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTS  BY S. KR. PRADHAN, OVERMAN

11:15 PM

30.01.16

SAFETY TALK  ON  IMPORTANCE OF PREVENTIVE MAINTAINENCE BY NAYAN JYOTI MEDHI  (COLLIERY ENGINEER)

7 AM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE  BY S. KR. CHHOTARAY, OVERMAN

03:15 PM

  1. SAFETY TALK ON PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE  BY S. KR. PRADHAN, OVERMAN

11:15 PM