Search by Title or ISSN:
The Editorial Staff who decide to use of this option will receive the SJIF Value within 7 days.

Register journal - (Free Service)
in a scored and prestigious database of scientific journals.
Manage journal - (Free Service)
This section allows you to place information about the journal, editors, and publisher, etc.

Full list of journals from database of It contains currently over 24000 journals from all over the world.

A proof of being indexed in SJIF Journal Rank List.

Journal of Industrial Safety Engineering

SJIF 2024:
Under evaluation
Area: Science
Evaluated version: online
Previous evaluation SJIF
2023: Not indexed
2022: 6.007
2021: 6.026
2020: 6.046
The journal is indexed in:
Basic information  
Main title Journal of Industrial Safety Engineering
ISSN 2395-6674 (E)
URL http://
Country  India
Frequency 3 times a year
License All rights reserved - no automatic licence
Texts availability Paid
Contact Details  
Editor-in-chief Civil Engineering Mr. N. S. NARAHARI
  Professor, R V College of Engineering, Bengaluru, Karnataka -560059, India
Publisher STM Journals, An Imprint Of Consortium E-Learning Network Pvt. Ltd.
  A-118, 1st floor, Noida Sector-63, Gautam Buddha Nagar, Uttar Pradesh, India, 201301
Journal's description  
Journal of Industrial Safety Engineering [2395-6674(e)] is a peer-reviewed hybrid open-access journal launched in 2011 aiming to keep a record of high-quality work and intends to publish Research /Review / Short Articles in the field of Industrial safety engineering. The Journal covers a wide range of Multidimensional challenges and provides a platform for motivating personnel in the area of Industrial Safety.

Focus and Scope
Risk Assessment and Management: Industrial safety engineers assess potential hazards in civil engineering projects, such as construction sites or industrial facilities. They analyze the risks associated with various activities, materials, and equipment to develop strategies for mitigating or eliminating those risks.
Safety Standards and Regulations: Engineers ensure compliance with safety regulations and standards set by regulatory bodies such as OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) and ANSI (American National Standards Institute). They also stay updated on new regulations and standards to ensure projects meet current safety requirements.
Structural Safety: In civil engineering, ensuring the structural integrity of buildings, bridges, and other infrastructure is crucial for safety. Industrial safety engineers work to identify potential structural weaknesses and implement measures to strengthen or reinforce structures to withstand various hazards, such as earthquakes, storms, or heavy loads.
Construction Safety: During construction projects, industrial safety engineers focus on minimizing risks related to falls, electrical hazards, machinery accidents, and hazardous materials. They develop safety plans, conduct safety inspections, and provide training to workers to prevent accidents and injuries on construction sites.
Material Safety: Civil engineering projects often involve the use of various materials, some of which may be hazardous. Industrial safety engineers assess the risks associated with handling, transporting, and storing materials such as chemicals, fuels, and construction materials. They implement safety measures to prevent spills, leaks, fires, and other incidents.
Emergency Preparedness and Response: Engineers develop emergency response plans and procedures to address potential accidents or disasters in civil engineering projects. They coordinate with emergency services, establish evacuation routes, and provide training to personnel to respond effectively to emergencies such as fires, chemical spills, or structural failures.
Environmental Safety: Industrial safety engineers consider the environmental impact of civil engineering projects and implement measures to minimize pollution, protect natural habitats, and preserve ecosystems. They may address issues such as air and water quality, noise pollution, and waste management to ensure projects are environmentally sustainable.
Human Factors Engineering: Understanding human behavior and psychology is essential for designing safe environments. Industrial safety engineers apply principles of human factors engineering to optimize the design of workspaces, equipment, and procedures to enhance safety and productivity while minimizing human error.
Fire Safety Engineering: Industrial safety engineers collaborate with fire protection specialists to design buildings and infrastructure with fire safety in mind. This includes specifying fire-resistant materials, designing evacuation routes, and installing fire detection and suppression systems to minimize the risk of fires and ensure the safety of occupants.
Traffic Safety and Transportation Engineering: In transportation projects such as highways, bridges, and tunnels, industrial safety engineers address traffic safety concerns to minimize the risk of accidents and injuries. They analyze traffic flow, signage, lighting, and road design to enhance safety for motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists.
Geotechnical Safety: Civil engineering projects often involve working with soil and rock formations, which can pose stability risks. Industrial safety engineers assess geological conditions to identify potential hazards such as landslides, soil erosion, or foundation instability. They implement measures such as slope stabilization, retaining walls, and soil reinforcement to mitigate these risks.
Occupational Health and Ergonomics: Industrial safety engineers consider the ergonomic design of workspaces and equipment to prevent musculoskeletal disorders and other occupational health issues among workers. They evaluate factors such as posture, repetitive motions, and lifting techniques to optimize workplace safety and comfort.
Safety Training and Education: Industrial safety engineers develop and deliver training programs to educate workers, supervisors, and managers on safety protocols, procedures, and best practices. Training topics may include hazard recognition, personal protective equipment (PPE) usage, emergency response, and accident prevention.
Safety Culture and Management Systems: Engineers promote a culture of safety within organizations by fostering awareness, accountability, and continuous improvement in safety performance. They may implement safety management systems (SMS) to systematically identify, assess, and control hazards, as well as monitor safety performance and implement corrective actions.
Technological Innovations for Safety: Industrial safety engineers leverage technology such as sensors, drones, and predictive analytics to enhance safety monitoring and risk management in civil engineering projects. They explore innovative solutions to improve safety outcomes, such as remote monitoring of hazardous areas, real-time safety alerts, and autonomous safety systems.
Disaster Resilience and Recovery: In regions prone to natural disasters or other emergencies, industrial safety engineers play a crucial role in designing infrastructure and buildings that can withstand extreme events and facilitate rapid recovery. They incorporate resilient design principles and develop contingency plans to minimize the impact of disasters on communities and critical infrastructure.
Risk assessment
Risk management
Civil engineering projects
Construction sites
Industrial facilities
Safety protocols
Safety standards
Regulatory bodies
Safety requirements
Safety guidelines
Legal compliance
Structural integrity
Heavy loads
Structural analysis
Safety measures
Environmental impact
Pollution, natural habitats
Air and water quality
Waste management
Environmental conservation
Eco-friendly practices

Copyright © 2024 - except certain content provided by third parties.
Powered by  
Refund Policy | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use