Safety Programmes & Career


There are many career options that one may pursue as a safety professional. The safety professional has the responsibility for studying materials, structures, codes and operations in order to find the best way to control hazards by focusing on those things which can lead to accidents, illness, fires, explosions, etc. "Accidents not only cause injuries to people or damage to property and the environment they have further other adverse effects.
Safety Managers recognize and devise methods to control hazards with management skills and techniques that are updated from time to time. The safety manager may direct the safety program of a large plant, corporation or a department within local, state or the federal government.
One very common career within the safety profession is that of a loss control representative for an insurance company. These professionals help organizations which are insured or seeking to be insured identify risks within their operations and reduce the possibility of accidents commonly known fires and other losses.

"The largest employers of Safety Professionals are manufacturing, service industries, construction, insurance, consulting firms and the government."

    Fire and Safety Career in Various Industries
  • Govt. Sectors
  • Coal Fields & Mines
  • Power Plants & Power Industries
  • Manufacturing Industries
  • Construction Projects
  • Refineries
  • Dockyards
  • Nuclear Plants
  • Chemical Industries
  • General Industries
  • Municipal Corporation
  • Research Labs & Centers
  • Automobile Industries
  • Hotel Industries
  • National & International Airports
  • Hospitals
    Positions in Fire and Safety
  • Safety Officers
  • Safety Supervisor
  • Safety Warden
  • Safety Checker
  • Safety Assistant
  • Safety Auditor
  • HSE Assistant
  • HSE Officer
  • Sr. Positions in Safety
  • Est. Engg. Fire Protection
  • Safety Engineer
  • Design Engg. Fire Protection
  • Fire Engineer
  • Fire Alarm Technician
  • Fire Hydrant Technician
  • Site Supervisor