Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy

Sindh institute of management and technology (SIMT), Safety and Environment (HSE) Policy aims to ensure a safe and conducive learning, working, and living environment. IN order to minimize our ecological footprint by implementing environmentally friendly practices, such as waste reduction, energy efficiency, and sustainable transportation options. The institute also aims to prioritize the health and well-being of students, faculty, and staff by providing clean and safe faculties and culture of environmental awareness and responsibility. Quality system procedure for health, Safety and Environment (HSE) is formed by QEC department. HSE team for technology, computers and business departments has been formed as per the requirements of QEC.

Details are as follows:





   1  Dr. Kamran Joyo (Associate Professor)   Member
   2  Dr. Salman Memon (Assistant Professor)   Member
   3  Mr. Raza Jaffri (QEC Director)   Member
   4  Ms. Sumaira Bashir (Registrar)   HSE Focal Person

A safety policy of Sindh Institute of Management & Technology (SIMT) should encompass the following key aspects to ensure the health, safety, and well-being of students, staff, and other stakeholders.


Key aspects of (HSE) Policy:

1. Emergency Procedures:
– Fire evacuation drills
– First aid protocols
– Earthquake and natural disaster response plans

2. Health and Hygiene:
– Cleanliness and maintenance of facilities
– Proper disposal of waste and hazardous materials
– Access to clean water and sanitation facilities

3. Security Measures:
– Access control and surveillance systems
– Secure storage of hazardous materials and chemicals
– Lockdown procedures in case of external threats

4. Accident and incident Reporting:
– Procedures for reporting and documenting incidents
– Investigation and follow-up actions

5. Safety Training and Awareness:
– Regular training sessions for staff and students
– Safety drills and simulations
– Display of safety signs and posters

6. Risk Assessment and Management:
– Identification and assessment of potential hazards
– Implementation of control measures to mitigate risks

7. Student supervision and Monitoring:
– Adequate staff-to-student ratio
– Regular checks on student activities and whereabouts

8. Staff Qualifications and Training:
– First aid and CPR training for staff
– Regular updates in safety procedures and protocols

9. Visitor Management:
– Sign-in and sign-out procedures for visitors
– Escort requirements for visitors

10. Review and Revision:
– Regular review and update of the safety policy
– Involvement of staff, students, and other stakeholders in the review process.