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Plant support service layouts

Plant Support Service Layouts

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Plant support service layouts

  1. 1. Presented By , Miss. Janhavi S. Zope. M. Pharm SEM  Department : Pharmaceutics R . G . SAPKAL COLLEGE OF PHARMACY , NASHIK 1
  2. 2. CONTENTS  Introduction  Plant Support Services  References 2
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  Definition :- Activity or function required for successful completion of a process , program or project in the plant is called as plant support services .  Pharmaceutical manufacturing facility required 2 principle areas ; 1) Production Area 2) Support Area  Requirement for the construction of plant :- 1) Requirements related to GMP 2) Requirements related to Factories Act and Rules 3
  4. 4. PLANT SUPPORT SERVICES  Plant Support Services includes ; A. Services related to Manufacturing B. Services related to Employees 4
  5. 5. CONT… A. Services related to Manufacturing 1) Security Office 2) Fuel Storage 3) Scrap Yard 4) Toilet Facility 5
  6. 6. CONT… B. Services related to Employees 1) Vehicle Parking 2) Canteen and Cooking 3) Garden and Horticulture 4) Administrative Block and Training Centre 5) Sports and Entertainment Block 6) Resident Managers Bungalow 7) Residences for Essential Service Staff 8) Medical Services 6
  7. 7. PHARMACEUTICAL PLANT LAYOUT Production block Admin Parking place Canteen Utilities block Security Main road FactoryRoad Warehouse Scrap yard Fuel storage 7
  8. 8. SECURITY OFFICE  In every factory 1000 or more workers are ordinarily employed .  Also number of Safety Officers may be specified in factory .  The duties , qualification and conditions of service of Safety Officers shall be prescribed by the State Government .  Pharmaceutical industry is one of the most diverse fields , encompassing research , manufacturing , distribution and marketing with a board range of potential security vulnerabilities . 8
  9. 9. CONT…  Facilities protection requires highest level of security services related to access control , ingress and egress monitoring , after-hours protection and alarm monitoring .  Security services required ; 1) Access control 2) Fire prevention and life safety programs 3) Demonstration mitigation 4) Facilities protection 5) Crisis management 6) Emergency or unusual event response 9
  10. 10. CONT…  Security offices also required Security Guards working in private organizations have to keep a tab on people which entering and leaving the building .  Security guards maintain a book which contains name or in and out time of the person .  Security guards are responsible for safety of people working in building .  Security guards also check each and every person before entering the building . 10
  11. 11. DESIGNING OF SECURITY OFFICE Entry to Factory Locker Document Room Alarm Section Sitting Table Waiting Room Security Cloth Room Toilet Facility Exit from Factory 11 Entry Exit
  12. 12. VEHICLE PARKING  Parking design is result of various policies and programs which result in more efficient use of parking resources .  Parking is an essential component of the transportation system .  Parking area is generally located at the periphery of the premises .  Separate area provided for parking vehicles of the employee’s and the visitors .  Separate are allocated for parking of 2 wheelers and 4 wheelers .  Allottment of parking area depends on industry’s size , scope and operations . 12
  13. 13. CONT…  Parking Management Principles :- 1) Consumer Choice 2) User Information 3) Sharing 4) Efficient Utilization 5) Flexibility 6) Prioritization 7) Peak Management 8) Quality Vs Quantity 9) Comprehensive Analysis 13
  14. 14. CONT…  Parking Management Benefits :- 1) Facility Cost Saving 2) Improved Quality of Service 3) More Flexible Facility Location and Design 4) Reduces Land Consumption 5) Supports Mobility Management 6) Supports Smart Growth 7) Improved Walkability 8) More Livable Communities 14
  15. 15. CONT…  Criteria for Design of Parking :- 1) Parking Facility for Personnel Vehicle 2) Parking Facility for Commercial Vehicle  Parameters in Design of Vehicle Parking :- 1) No of Personnel 2) Public Transport Services 3) Distance of Factory from City 4) Private Transports Facilities 5) Feasible Land for Design of Vehicle Parking 6) Environment Condition 7) Vehicle Dimension in Parking Design 15
  16. 16. DESIGN OF VEHICLE PARKING Personnel Vehicle Vehicle Parking Commercial Vehicle VIP Staff Other Staff Workers Cars 4 Whealer Parking 2 Whealer Parking Heavy Vehicle Cars Cars 16
  17. 17. CONT… TYPE I (a) 17
  18. 18. CONT… TYPE I (b) 18
  19. 19. CONT… TYPE I (c) 19
  20. 20. CONT… TYPE II 20
  21. 21. CONT… TYPE III 21
  22. 22. FUEL STORAGE FACILITY  Fuel is required in pharmaceutical industries for generating power during interruption of regular power supply .  Generally Coal , Diesel can be used for this purpose and storage of these material is necessary .  Canteen required gas for cooking purpose , LPG cylinders are utilized for the activity .  Care has to be taken while storing these substances .  Storage has to be near the generator room .  Constant check has to be kept on the quantity of the material stored . 22
  23. 23. CONT…  As these substances are highly inflammable , protection from fire becomes a basic requirement .  Fire safety equipments are to be in vicinity of such facility and people are to be trained in handling of the same .  All such fuel are to be stored in a secured area , to avoid tampering or misuse of these substances . 23
  24. 24. DESIGN OF FUEL STORAGE FACILITY C o m m o n P a s s a g e Receiving Fire Extinguisher Intermediate Liquid Fuel Storage Final Liquid Fuel Storage Final Gas Fuel Storage Intermediate Gas Fuel Storage Fire Extinguisher 24
  25. 25. GARDEN AND HORTICULTURE  Horticulture is the industry and science of plant cultivation including the process of preparing soil for the planting of seeds , tubers or cutting .  In industry , gardens are maintained surrounding the facility .  Trees are planted at proximity of the facility .  Clarified water from effluent treatment can be used for watering the gardens . 25
  26. 26. CANTEEN AND COOKING A. Canteen :-  These area shall not lead directly to the manufacturing and storage areas .  Canteen usually located at the periphery of the industry .  It is included in the ancillary area of the company .  Area of canteen will depend on the number of workers employed .  The canteen furniture will be in accordance to GMP .  Food may be provided by company which will lead to maintaining a hygienic cooking facility in canteen .  Employees can have their food in the canteen .  Proper safety equipments are to be kept in place. 26
  27. 27. CONT… B. Cooking :-  Cooking area has to be maintained under total hygienic condition .  People involved in preparation , serving , cleaning of area are to be well trained in each activity like personal hygiene practices , washing of utensils , cleaning of food materials .  Personnel working in canteen have to undergo periodic medical examination .  These personnel are vaccinated for Typhoid periodically .  Sanitation is the general problem associated with canteen facility .  Presence of food creates a potential rodent and insect problem . 27
  28. 28. DESIGN OF CANTEEN FACILITY Cooking place Grain storage Wash area Cooked food storage Service counter area Hand wash 34 M 13 M 28
  29. 29. SCRAP YARDS FACILITY  During working in the industry , large amount of waste material or scrap is generated .  This includes the empty cartons in with raw material or packaging material is plastic sheets , discarded powders , discarded or rejected products , printed packaging materials , machinery/equipments or parts of machinery/equipments .  The most common method employed for destruction of these material is incineration .  Monitoring of particulate matter entering the environment is critical . 29
  30. 30. CONT…  All materials moved to the scrap yard are to be documented systematically , record of destruction is also to be maintained .  Precaution during incineration process are necessary with respect to the material to be destroyed , fumes generated , toxic gases evolved .  If material is to be discarded then complete procedure for metal processing is to be used .  Security measures are also important as any material in scrap yard should not get stolen . 30
  31. 31. DESIGN OF SCRAP YARDS FACILITY Receiving Area Inspection Room Disposable scrap Nondisposabl e scrap Scrap treatment Scrap treatment 31
  32. 32. ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK AND TRAINING CENTRE A. Administrative Block :-  Administrative block involves cabin of HOD .  Conference rooms having a capacity of 4 people and 8 people .  Meeting room having capacity of 20 people . There should be small library . There should be room for tea making and crockery storage .  Relative location of the administrative area is of importance . 32
  33. 33. DESIGN OF ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK 7 6 14 12 11 10 9 8 17 5 4 3 13 1 2 15 16 24.6 M 16 M 33
  34. 34. DESCRIPTION OF ADMINISTRATIVE BLOCK Sr. No. Room Name Dimension (m) Description 1 Conference Room 4 x 4 4 Peoples 2 Office – 2 3 x 3 Production Head 3 Office –3 3 x 3 Q. A. Head 4 Office - 4 3 x 3 P.A. of loacation Head 5 Office – 5 4 x 4 Location Head 6 Wash Room-M 7.6 x 4 - 7 Conference Room 12 x 4.5 20 Peoples 8 Office - 8 3 x 3 Engg. Head 34
  35. 35. Sr. No. Room Name Dimension(m) Description 9 Office - 9 3 x 3 Q. C. Head 10 Office - 10 3 x 3 Personnel Head 11 Tea Making & Crockery Storage 3 x 2.5 - 12 Wash Room - F 5 x 4 - 13 Conference Room 6 x 4 8 Peoples 14 Library 8.54 x 4.5 - 15 Office - 15 3 x 3 Finance & Factory Administration 16 Office - 16 3 x 3 Prod. Planning & Control Head 17 Clark Office - 17 6 x 6 - 35
  36. 36. CONT… B. Training Centre :-  It is the area where training sessions for employees can be arranged .  Its location is in the administrative block .  It should contain Projector , T. V , White board .  Sitting arrangement of 25 people or it is also depend on capacity of plant .  Training varies according to the activity of personnel which carries out in the industry . 36
  37. 37. CONT…  Design Aspects :- 1) Sitting arrangement for a maximum of 30 persons (30sq.m) . 2) Trainees table and chair (4 x 2 m) 3) White board (2 x 1.5 m) 4) Projection screen (2 x 1.5 m) 5) LCD projector for slide show 6) Flip charts and mounting stand 7) Disposables 8) Speaker phone / TV set with DVD 9) Training manager office 10) Washroom facility 37
  38. 38. DESIGN OF TRAINING HALL Library Training Manager office rReception Wash room White board Table Speaker 30 chairs 12.50 M 11 M Lobby 38
  39. 39. RESIDENCE FOR ESSENTIAL SERVICE STAFF  Essential Services means services that are necessary to enable the employer to prevent ; 1) Danger to life , health or safety . 2) The destruction or serious deterioration of machinery , equipment or premises . 3) Serious environmental damage . 4) Disruption of the administration of the courts or of legislative drafting . 39
  40. 40. CONT…  Essential Services Employee means an employees who is required to work during a work stoppage .  The residences for these employees have to be in vicinity of the industry .  As they will be required for the said job at any point of time , either there will be people working in shifts or in vicinity .  So that problems can be resolved immediately without any loss of time and money in the company . 40
  41. 41. SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT BLOCK  Company can have recreation activity facility in their premises .  Employees can use these facilities after their working hours .  Large scale plants depends on company policy of indoor sports facility .  Facilities can be for sports , gym , etc .  A common area can be utilized for the purpose like gatherings or meets of the industry .  Generally table tennis and carom board are placed in these area . 41
  42. 42. CONT…  There is a separate room for study to this wash room is attach .  There should be facility for drinking water .  Common toilet should be attached to study room . 42
  43. 43. DESIGN OF SPORTS AND ENTERTAINMENT BLOCKCoridor Table Tennis Carom 12 M 14 M 10 M Study Room 43
  44. 44. DESCRIPTION OF SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT BLOCK Sr. No. Room Name Description Dimension (m) 1 Table Tennis Room Arrangement for 2 table tennis board 4.44 x 6.8 2 Carom Board Room Arrangement for 2 carom board 4.44 x 3.2 3 Study Room Seating arrangement for 20 people 5.52 x 5 4 Wash Room - 5.46 x 2.70 44
  45. 45. RESIDENT MANAGERS BUNGALOW  Objective :- To provide residence facility for essential staff within premises .  These area shall not lead directly to the manufacturing and storage areas .  Bungalows are to be located at the periphery of the industry . These can be utilized by the managers who have either come from corporate or other site of company on official duty .  Bungalows ;  Resident Managers Bungalow (about 150 m2)  Staff Quarters (about 75 m2/flats) – 4 block  Workers (about 50 m2/flats) – 6-8 flats 45
  46. 46. DESIGN OF RESIDENCE MANAGER’S BUNGALOW Car Parking Residence Manager’s Bungalow 12.5 M 12.5M 46 15 M 20 M
  47. 47. TOILET FACILITY  Objective :- To provide separate toilet facility for male as well as female .  The area should be well lighted and ventilated .  Sweepers shall be employed to clean latrines , urinals and washing places .  Facilities for washing shall be provided and maintained for the use of the male and female workers separately .  Facilities for changing , storing clothes and for washing and toilet purposes shall be easily accessible and adequate for the number of users . 47
  48. 48. CONT…  These area shall not be directly connected with production or storage areas .  There shall be a written instruction for cleaning and disinfection of these area .  A routine sanitation program shall be drawn up , observed and properly recorded .  It indicate that :- 1) Specific areas to be cleaned and cleaning intervals . 2) Cleaning procedure to be followed including equipment and materials to be used for cleaning . 3) Personnel assigned to and responsible for the cleaning operation . 48
  49. 49. DESIGN OF TOILET FACILITY Change Room Staff (Women) Change Room Staff (Men) Change Room Worker (Women) Change Room Worker (Men) Toilet (Women) Toilet (Men) 49
  50. 50. MEDICAL SERVICES  State Government may appoint qualified medical practitioners to be certifying surgeons .  Duties of Surgeons :- 1) The examination and certification of young persons . 2) The examination of persons engaged in factories in such dangerous occupations or processes . 3) Supervising the factories . 50
  51. 51. CONT…  Prior to employment , all personnel , shall undergo medical examination including eye examination .  Also shall be free from Tuberculosis , Skin and other communicable or contagious diseases .  They should be medically examined periodically at least once a year .  All records shall be maintained .  The licensee shall provide the services of qualified physician for assessing the health status of personnel involved in different activities . 51
  52. 52. REFERENCES 1) Parking Management Strategies , Evaluation and Planning by Todd Litman Victoria Transport Policy Institute 5 November 2008 . 52
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