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Dear All, Please, find the attachment of Fire Safety Training PPT and safety signages. It may be useful.
From India, Madras

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File Type: pps Fire Safety Training.pps (712.0 KB, 11655 views)
File Type: zip accepted_osha_caution_sign.zip (233.2 KB, 4779 views)

Dear Mr Selvan,
An excellent presentation with exhaustive points. Just a suggestion -the sequencing could be redone in the sense if you are showing slides of types of fire or extinguishers the could be grouped together???-just a thought.
Regards,
Col Jude

From India, Bangalore
Dear All, Please, find the attachment of Evacuation Mock Drill Report. It should be conduct two month once.
From India, Madras

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File Type: doc Fire Drill.doc (39.5 KB, 4533 views)

Dear Suthanthira Selvan Hello Thax for co-opration on Fire Safety Training presentation, hoping it will become really helpful to everybody. Ashok kr. Singh
From India, New Delhi
Dear Mr.Suthanthira Selvan,
I thank you lot for the Presentation file you shared for us i really thank you because this i got is at the time of my interview by our client, thank a lot
David Dasan
HR Executive

From India, Madras
Hai Selvan Hope its you (rov) how are you sorry i missed my mobile and it is the only i can contact you right now satheesh
From India, Bangalore
Well good tips , i will assure that all my workers read these tips i have save the file.. thanx...
From India, Delhi
Presentable & nicely done for white collar people who will never hold a extinguisher,It should be so arranged with Why, How, fire Happens, Chemistry, Spreads - its reasons, types of extinguishments, triangle-Tetrahourden, Portable Extinguishers, classification,how to recognise,use, commontype,extinguishments, availability etc,etc.
You have written aout Halon whicn since last decade has been banned. No mention of Foam-AFFF,AGFFF- Class B required for liquid fires.
good piece no doubt.

From India, Hyderabad
Hi To all
If you require more information on fire and safety please do let me know
Kind Regards
Himanshu Patel Msc Fire and Explosion (UK), PG Fire Protection Engineering, Bsc Fire (Hon's)
Managing Director
Complete Fire Design Solutions
Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India
Mobile: +91 - 98250 79730
Email:
Web: Complete Fire Design Solutions - Home

From India, Mumbai
Thanks a lot good information
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From India, Hyderabad

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