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R R S Bakshi Started The Discussion:

Dear All,

Fire hazards in industries are very dormant and cause heavy loses. It is better to prevent fire than to control them once they have started. To prevent the fire, other than having adequate systems in place, one should have educated and trained manpower as well.

I tried to get the training material of fire fighting in HINDI but could not find much. I have tried to prepare a module in HINDI.
As people might not have Hindi fonts (That I have used) in their computers, so I am sending the whole PPT in the form of pictures.

There is always a scope of improvement so please provide more material that can be added in this PPT so that a good module can be prepared. I would compile and circulate that again.

Regards,


Rooprajinder Singh



Dear Friends, Please find the modified (Improved) PPT at page no 4.
regards,
Roop


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safety.boregaon@raymond.i - Member Since: Nov 2008
The presentation is excellent. Just include in it evacuation measures so it will be complete. Kshitij pathak

hansa vyas - Member Since: Jun 2009
too good............... thanx it will help even contract labours to understand more effectively. plz share any other hindi safety related ppt. my id is hansa.vyas@gmail.com Regards, Hansa Vyas

vishwaswatwe - Member Since: Apr 2009
Hello Mr. R.R.S. Bakshi, Thank you very much for sharing with us a very useful presentation. Best Regards, Vishwas H Watwe

brijesh.jadhav - Member Since: Oct 2007
Excellent work keep it up. This is first work so good prepared i found. thanks to you. regards Brijesh

Prakashbusi - Member Since: Jan 2010
hi rooprajinder I saw the slide, it was very nice. if it possible can u send that slide in english, because I cant understand hindi. Thank u Regards L .Prakash

R R S Bakshi - Member Since: Jul 2009
Dear Vishwas,
I would be more than happy if this can be used some where. I would appreciate if you can convert in your own (Local) language, so that people can get more benefit.

Thanks for all others for their positive response.
Regards,
Roop
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Originally Posted by vishwaswatwe View Post
Do I have your permission to convert the same in Marathi ????

Vishwas H Watwe

Rittz - Member Since: Oct 2009
Dear Mr Bakshi
I appreciate the efforts and your thoughtfulness to make it available for use to others.
I am not able to open the attachment. Can you please share the attachment at

Best Regards
Reetu Jain

Quote:
Originally Posted by R R S Bakshi View Post
Dear All,

Fire hazards in industries are very dormant and cause heavy loses. It is better to prevent fire than to control them once they have started. To prevent the fire, other than having adequate systems in place, one should have educated and trained manpower as well.

I tried to get the training material of fire fighting in HINDI but could not find much. I have tried to prepare a module in HINDI.
As people might not have Hindi fonts (That I have used) in their computers, so I am sending the whole PPT in the form of pictures.

There is always a scope of improvement so please provide more material that can be added in this PPT so that a good module can be prepared. I would compile and circulate that again.

Regards,


Rooprajinder Singh


pranab.kumar - Member Since: Jan 2008
Dear Roop Singh, Thanks a lot for your posting. This is a great healp to prvnt fire and further loss to the organisation pranabchak10@gmail.com

lokesh_khandelwal - Member Since: Apr 2009
Dear Mr. RRS bakshi, very nice PPT, will help a lot to understand fire to lower level employees. Thanks Lokesh



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