Present-day industries are becoming more and more complex because they have to meet the requirement of increased production rate, high efficiency and optimization. Any negligence at any stage from concept stage to design, erection, operation can result into disaster, loss of human lives and huge production losses, etc. Accordingly, safety aspects deserve serious attention. Today safety is an integral part of any industry. Even if a single employee neglects safety aspect, it can lead to serious problem for everybody. It is, therefore, essential that fool proof safety systems be designed and incorporated, people trained adequately, checks and counterchecks made to ensure implementation of safety. As losses due to any accident can be surmountable, it is important that top management gets involved and shows full commitment towards implementation of safety. In the industries, Safety, Health and Environment management is considered as an integral part of overall management systems. Management’s responsibilities include vision, establishing systems, setting the expectations, assessing performance, improving effectiveness, encouragement for doing things safely, prompt action for deficiencies, and allocating resources for responsible operation. The management should involve all employees, contractors, security personnel and business associates related to operation in the safety culture. Commitment of top management towards safety, health and environment is essential and this message should flow to all organizational levels.