Collectors are starting a campaign to identify industry flaws.

The government has requested that the collectors run a special program to detect errors in any industry . The cabinet sub-committee on industrial safety concluded that there should be no compromise when it comes to safety in industries .

Amaravati: The state government has urged district collectors to keep an eye on the safety aspects of manufacturing, taking the frequent accidents in factories with a serious note.The government has requested that the collectors run a special program to detect errors in any industry.To attract new investment into the state, the government found that ensuring quality in factories was vital.The cabinet sub-committee on industrial safety concluded that there should be no compromise when it comes to safety in industries.

To close gaps, the committee recommended that no industry that falls under the red category be permitted to operate from within residential areas or habitations.The government recommended that the collectors conduct joint inspections with officials from the Pollution Control Board, factories, fire, electricity, and labor departments in the factories.To ensure reliability in the production units, we have developed a manual.According to Peddireddy Ramachandra Reddy, member of the cabinet subcommittee on industrial hygiene, the only thing that is required is to follow the rules.The commission suggested that periodic inspections be carried out once in three months in addition to joint inspections.

Collectors should not hesitate to look for alternatives in the case of red category industries that received licenses long ago, according to Industries Minister Gudivada Amarnath, who wants to find out how easy it is to relocate environmentally harmful industries that were granted decades ago.Although the industries were started far away from human settlement, the establishment of residential zones and migration of locals to the factories' boundaries has become a complex challenge.We need to address all the issues with the parties involved, including the CEOs and residents.According to Amarnath, we have asked the authorities to prioritize public safety while still allowing the plants to operate from residential areas.