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A STUDY ON ACCIDENT AND SAFETY

MEASURES IN MADURACOATS
PRIVATE LIMITED, MADURAI.

Presented by
R.kowshalya II MBA
Regno:910613631019
COMPANY PROFILE
• Company Name : Madura coats PLC
• Incorporated on : 31st July 1974
• Chairman : A.Ramkumar
• CEO : Paul Forman (USA)
• Indian head office : Bangalore
• Headquarter : UK
• Product : Sewing thread
• Revenue : $1,653 Million
• Employees : 1500
• Total Production : 2500 tons yearly
INTRODUCTION
An industrial accident may be defined as an occurrence
which interrupts or interface with the orderly progress of
work in an industrial establishment.

The causes of accidents can be


Technical Causes
Personal Causes
Psychological Causes
OBJECTIVES
• To analyze and understand the implementation of various
safety measures undertaken by the organization

• To identify various factors for accidents.

•.Tosuggest suitable measures for the prevention of


accidents and implementation of safety measures.

• To find out the magnitude of the problem of accidents


RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
Research Design - descriptive research design

Sample size - 100

Sampling Technique - simple random sampling

Data collection
Primary Data - questionnaire method
secondary data - annual reports, journals and websites.
FINDINGS
•60% of the respondents strongly agree with employees are
aware of the work and risk involved in their work.

•54% of the respondents strongly agree that company is


keen in making sure that the operator work safely.

•64% of the respondents strongly agree that better


knowledge about safety equipment and use of it avoid
accidents.

•48% of the respondents agree that the employee knows


about the importance of safety equipment.
• 60% of the respondents strongly agree that the employees
felt comfortable to work using safety equipments.

• 69% of the respondents strongly agree that the overall


employee feels safe to work with the machinery and the
environment.

• 46% of the respondents strongly agree that the safety


training given by the company is enough to prevent
accidents.

• 51% of the respondents strongly agree that the time taken


by the company to act and rectify the reported problem is
satisfactory
• 68% of the respondents felt that there is no unsafe act in
the work area.

• 80% of the respondents felt that there is no unsafe


condition in the machinery.

• 49% of the respondents felt that the safety is important in


work..

• 81% of the respondents felt good about the workplace.

• 69% of the respondents felt good about the environment in


the workplace.
SUGGESTIONS
• 49% of the respondents strongly agree that the company is
open to employee suggestions on safety if it is valid

•21% of the respondents felt that proper cleaning of work


spot is a best measure for reducing the accidents

• 58% of the respondents felt poor about the safety measures


in their department.

•45% of the respondents felt that Improper Handling of


Machines is reason for occurrence of accidents
• 46% of the respondents strongly agree that the safety
training given by the company is enough to prevent
accidents

• 51% of the respondents felt that all are responsible for


industrial safety.

• 50% of the respondents agree that accidents can be


avoided by the employee.