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ADVISORY COMMITTEES
Advisory Committee On Occupational Health
(ACOH)
Re-constitution order No.: AERB/IPSD/ACOH/34/SRB/2014/1293  Dated: April 21, 2014


  Dr. P.T.V. Nair Chairman Former Head, Medical Division, BARC ,Mumbai  
  Dr. R. Bhattacharya Member Former Vice-chairman, AERB  
  Dr. R.T. Sachdeo Member Chief Medical Superintendent, NPCIL, VSB, Anushaktinagar, Mumbai  
  Dr. P.P. Lanjewar Member Deputy Director (Industrial Medicine Division), Central Labour Institute ,Sion, Mumbai  
  Dr. Hemant Haldavnekar Member Medical Officer-in-charge, Trombay, Vashi & EHPPL (Kalyan) Dispensary, BARC  
  Dr. (Smt.) Vanitha Stephen Member Medical Supdt. Heavy Water Plant, Tuticorin Muthaiah Puram (PO) Tuticorin  
  Dr. J. Vijay Rao Member Chief Medical Superintendent, Nuclear Fuel Complex, PO-ECIL, Hyderabad  
  Dr. (Smt.) M.S. Daniel Member MO/G, Certifying Surgeon, TAPS  
  Dr. R. Deolalikar Member MO/F, Certifying Surgeon, NAPS, Narora  
  Shri K. Ramprasad Member Head,DS, R&DD, AERB, Niyamak Bhavan Anushaktinagar Mumbai  
  Shri S.R. Bhave Member-Secretary SO/F, IPSD, AERB, Niyamak Bhavan Anushaktinagar Mumbai Send mail  
  Shri Nidhip Chodankar Permanent Invitee SO/D, IPSD, AERB  

TERMS OF REFERENCE

 
  • Advise on compilation of occupational health statistics by Industrial Plants Safety Division of the AERB of DAE employees engaged in the activities covered under the Atomic Energy (Factories) Rules, 1996 under the Factories Act, 1948 and the Atomic Energy (Radiation Protection) Rules, 2004 under the Atomic Energy Act, 1962.

  • Analysis of the occupational health record as compiled by AERB of the employees working in the Department of Atomic Energy units and covered under the provisions of the Atomic Energy (Factories) Rules, 1996 and the Atomic Energy (Radiation Protection) Rules, 2004.

  • Review of the implementation of the necessary provisions with regard to all the statutory requirements with respect to occupational health of the employees in DAE units and recommend measures necessary to ensure health of the workers.

  • Identify requirements in each unit with respect to infrastructure required for the occupational health activities including medical officers as well as appropriate facilities.

  • Inform AERB of any observed case of occupational disease.

  • Organise training programmes to acquaint the medical officers & paramedical staff in DAE units, in the occupational health related areas.

  • Suggest ways to improve occupational health activities in DAE units.

  • Opine on any other matter related to occupational health.