The objective of Centre for Safety Engineering at IITGN is to work for making a safer world through education & research.
Centre for Safety Engineering Showcased the various project at Amalthea, IITGN. The students showed a keen interest in learning the safety issues.
9th Annual UL Fire Safety Council Meeting-2017
Prof Sudhir K Jain, Director IITGN addressing at the 9th Annual UL Fire Safety Council Meeting held at IITGN.
First of its kind
The very first Facade Test Building Facility in South Asia has been established at IIT Gandhinagar as a collaborative effort with Underwriters Laboratory, USA.
Prof. Daniel Crowl (MTU Michigan) conducting a Specialized workshop on teaching Process Safety in the curriculum (PSE 2014).
Focusing on safety in the Process Industry.
Getting to know why?
International Workshop to establish local capability and capacity for understanding fire forensics investigation.
International Cross Learning
Students study safety testing at
Studying the spread of a facade fire
The External Fire Spread Study incorporating a new fire sprinkler system of Fire Resistant PVC Pipe.
International Conference on Safety- conducted biannuallly
Stakeholders from different segments come together to advance safety engineering.
The William Henry Merril Fire Engineering Laboratory- a full-fledged fire research lab at IITGN
UAY (MHRD) Project
Professors showcasing, Aerosol-based suppression system designed by the centre under Uchchatar Avishkar Yojana (MHRD) in collaboration with Industry Partner.
IITGN and Mary Kay O Connor on Process Safety
Late Prof. Sam Mannan
The Centre for Safety Engineering is the predominant centre for the stakeholders of the society working towards the safer urbanized development. The objective of the IIT Gandhinagar, Centre for Safety Engineering is to promote a safe built environment in both the public and private sphere. Built environment and infrastructure safety is more important than ever as global economies such as India’s continue to experience rapid growth. New building technologies and struggling public safety infrastructure present new challenges and we are eager to work together toward a safer tomorrow with all.
Safety conferences, symposia, seminars, workshops and training programs to enable safety professionals from around the world to network, learn and explore the state of the art and new safety technologies. To outreach local citizens to engage in workshop, seminars or posters to educate, train and generate awareness for safety measures to be adapted in day to day life to avoid risk for precautionary measures. To provide support as a consultant in the research project, implementation and development of projects across all sectors.
The Centre undertakes a vigorous program of research to develop the fundamental understanding of the underlying sciences. We also undertake projects to enable the formal and informal sectors to implement and deploy the best practices in safety.
Education & Training
We are developing & integrating
safety-related courses in both graduate and undergraduate curricula. Association of IITGN with SACHE provides access to a wide range of educational materials prepared by AIChE’s Centre for Chemical Process Safety.
Conferences & Workshops
The Centre conducts conferences, workshops, seminars and training for Researchers, academicians, safety professionals and