Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Process for Sustainable Industrial Automation, Electrical, Mechanical and Robotics Systems—Sustainabilty Excellence Achievements

VIJAYAN GURUMURTHY IYER

Abstract


This research has been focussed in to the design and development of sustainable ozone layer to restore back global warming potential into original conditions deliberating production and use of ozone friendly substances in process. The Sustainable ozone layer is a kind of new Ozone layer development that meets the needs of the present generation’s ultraviolet radiation protection requirements without compromising the ability and efficacy of the future generations to meet their own ultraviolet radiation protection requirements. Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) process for industrial automation, electrical, mechanical and robotics systems has been discussed. Strategic environmental assessment (SEA) process can be broadly defined as a study of the impacts of a proposed project, plan, project, policy or legislative action on the environment and sustainability. SEA process has been aimed to incorporate environmental and sustainability factors in to project planning and decision-making process such as project formulation and appraisal of Matsushita Carbon Company (MCC) plant in 1979 at Tada and cotton roller ginning plant as well as certain other projects that included policies, programs, plans and legislative actions. Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process can be defined as the systematic identification and evaluation of the potential environmental impacts (effects) of proposed projects, plans, programs, policies or legislative actions with respect to the physical, chemical, physico-chemical, biological, biochemical, cultural, archaeological and socioeconomic environmental components relative to the total environment. The primary purpose of the EIA process is to encourage the consideration of the environment in Organizational’s planning and decision-making process (OPDM) and to arrive at actions that are environmentally compatible. OPDM process should include the integrated consideration of technical or engineering, economic, environmental, safety, and health, social and sustainability factors to achieve business excellence. Prior to the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process in 1970 in the USA, technical and economic factors dominance the World’s projects. The objective of the study design conceptualization of SEA process based on fifteen number of sustainable detailed project reports (DPRs) submitted by the extension learners of Diploma in Entrepreneurship and Business Management (DEBM) course conducted by the Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India (The EDI of India) during the research year (RY) 1999 to 2018 under the author’s counsellorship. The design of the study is cross sectional. Environmental Health Impact Assessment (EHIA) process has been conducted for projects to consider the safety and health impacts to mitigate psychological health loadings on workers and nearby residents. Social Impact Assessment (SIA) process can be defined as the systematic identification and evaluation of the potential social impacts (effects) of proposed projects, plans, programs, or legislative action such that social consideration is encouraged in OPDM process and to arrive at actions that are socially compatible. SEA process concerns to environment and sustainability effects in OPDM process and arrive at proposed projects, plans, programs, and legislative actions that are compatible with respect to environment and sustainability issues. International EIA process required multi-disciplinary approach that has been conducted very early stage of Japanese Matsushita carbon rod project in 1982 for

Keywords


Industrial automation, Depletion, Electrical, Mechanical, Control, Robotics, Sustainable ozone layer, Sustainable development.Text


DOI
10.12783/dtetr/ecae2018/27702

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