Dear Friends
Kindly find the attached presentation which may be used as training tool in Safety lectures. May also be used for presentation showing hazards and dangers of Electricity.
Basically I am Lecturer/Trainer in Fire & Safety and have observed that the pictures speak louder than words and if one or two pics of this type is shown - then safety aspects are followed more religiously than what is being trained without showing the after effects.
Hope this is liked by your company's Fire & Safety Officers

From United States

Attached Files
File Type: ppt 11kV_Cable_Theft.pps.ppt (2.02 MB, 2755 views)

vinodji
2

Policy Implimentation
Dear Neeraja You could have put some descriptions also regarding safety.. Since you are a trainer this you can easly do. Regards Viswanath
From India, Surat
Raj Kumar Hansdah
1427

SHRM, OD, HRD, PMS
Dear
The pictures are ghastly and grim reminders of, to what extent compelling economic situation (namely poverty and lack of education in South Africa) can drive people.
Since these are pictures of Theft Cases, could you explain how they can be used in a "Safety Lecture", unless the sessions are meant to train prospective cable Thieves in adhering to certain safety norms in case of electrical hazards; which would really be a very commendable and humane initiative.
Warm regards.

From India, Delhi
Dear Raj
Everything depends on how we look at the things. There are numerous accidents videos and pics of similar nature. I have mentioned clearly that it (some of the pics) may be used when imparting training on hazards of Electricity - wherein you can mention the aftermath of electrocution - NOT necessarily be only of theft. Request to take things positively and educate about the hazards. Last week one college guy while trying to take snap from digital camera from top of bogie was electrocuted by 40,000 volt. WHY? do we know the hazards of modern technological threats & danger??
Please dont mind - but life is how we look at it.

From United States
Raj Kumar Hansdah
1427

SHRM, OD, HRD, PMS
Dear neerajdubey
Thanks for taking care to explain.
Rather than highlighting the context, (which might discourage and frighten field workers involved in maintenance of HT cables - of a possible goof-up in powering-off the lines during maintenance work), the safety training would be more relevant for personnel at sub-stations, taking care of the back-end operations, to take more than adequate and fool-proof precautions during maintenance schedules.
In certain third world countries, where human rights exists on paper and human lives are expendable, attempts are made to disguise unknown faceless contractual labour victims as saboteurs or thieves, despite the system of post-accident enquiries.
@Ravishank; thanks for the link; it is a shocking video; and would provide the shock value to alert rail commuters against the hazards of overhead high tension electric cables.

From India, Delhi
hansa vyas
198

a good learner always
Dear neeraj & ravi,
good efforts....i too had both these ppt & video, which i also show during my training classes & really as said "action speaks louder than words", its easier to explain them.
Regards,
Hansa Vyas

From India, Udaipur
kunle ajose
4

soldiering
Dear Safety Officer, good presentation, however it would be more educative if you described what actually happened in details with additional safety measures for us to benefit from. Thanks and Good luck. Kunle
From Nigeria
Dear Neeraj
thanks for your efforts. Its very useful and informative. Will share it with all the employees in our organization. You are requested to pls. share some more information on safty and fire with us .
regards
Neelimaa

From India, Delhi
It would be of interest to see how safety can be implemented in the houses, first of all. There are electrical related issues like water pumps, microwave ovens, heaters etc and most houses do not have a protector against shocks, which are easily available. Next comes the issue of LPG, petrol and kerosene. Then we have cleaning stuff like domex, lysol etc. We dont see any material safety sheets, medical info, storage info, disposal info on many of these items. If there are any specialists on this forum on these issues, it would be wonderful to get a professional view of all this.
From India, Bangalore
Dear All
Thanks for positive response. Hope all have received my second post on case studies of past 10 years major fires.
Dear KPV: Yep you are correct. Thanks. I will send the presentation slides of training that I give to homemaker (Housewives) and kids.

From United States

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