Dipil
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Hansa Vyas
A Good Learner Always
Kesava Pillai
Occupational Safety & Health
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All Areas Of Health And Safety
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Safety
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Dear all,
we are planning to conduct a safety training for our dumper driver's,bulker driver's, forklifter driver's, acid tanker driver's, hydr & JCB driver's.
So can anyone help in giving some kind of training material or clipings...
looking forward from u all...
Regards,
Hansa Vyas
6th September 2010 From India, Udaipur
Yes , I can help you in this. Our company is an Indo-Austrian joing venture in drivers trainings systems .. We provide trainings in all over India ... You can mail me your query at or call me at 09899245123 ..

DEFENSIVE DRIVERS TRAINING

For employees who drive either a company vehicle or their own vehicle on the job, safe driving is a matter of occupational safety. Fewer collisions to company vehicles will help control insurance costs - and safe drivers lose less time from work because they avoid collisions. That is why a defensive driving training can benefit all employees .. who have a driver's license. Defensive Driving Training is designed to teach your employees how to drive safely.

In this training program, through the use of visual aids and qualified instructors, will show your drivers how to avoid potentially dangerous situations. Classroom participation involves case studies and active discussion of real life situations, as well as identifying traffic hazards.

As an employer, you already have a large investment in your drivers and employees, and this course will help them to:

BENEFITS TO COMPANY

• Reduces Operating Costs

• Reduces Collisions

• Reduce Vehicle Abuse

• Reduce Injuries

• Reduces Sick Leave, Insurance and Other Benefit Payments Related to Vehicle Collisions.

• Reduces vehicle maintenance costs

• Increases customer satisfaction with on-time deliveries and undamaged product

• Increases Self Confidence and Morale

• Increases Companies Safety Performance and Records

BENEFITS TO DRIVERS

• Prevent collisions,

• Save lives,

• Deliver cargo safely and on time,

• Reduce costs, and

• Maintain good driving habits.

• Drivers feel more comfortable, confident and safe behind the wheels

• Maintain the company vehicle to reduce more frequent breakdowns and improve its and our lives.

• Educate drivers with better client-driver relationship and good manners.

• Improve driver with positive attitude and responsibility towards companies vehicles and its clients

• Create a better working environment between drivers to compete and perform better than others.

• Educate and make the drivers more literate about the benefits of teamwork.

• Equip drivers with more life saving knowledge in cases of accidents, injuries etc.

• Provide drivers with knowledge of Road accidents and First-Aid to be preformed in such cases.

For any information you can call us on 09899245123 or mail us on

or give me your mail id or telephone no. so that we can talk in details ....
7th September 2010 From India, Lucknow
Dear Hansa Please go through the attached Defensive Driving Training Module... I hope this will solve your purpose... Regards, Dipil Kumar V
10th September 2010 From India

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Dear Hansa,
I can support with some training videos.
But for that I need ur personal id's. As the file sizes are too big, I need to try from the personal id only. This forum is not supporting to attach huge files.
My personal id is / .
Intrested persons are also requested to provide their personal id's.
Regards.
11th September 2010 From India, Delhi
Dear Hansa,
I have training videos related to Forklift. But I'm unable to attach the same, due to huge file size. This forum is not supporting big files.
I need ur personal id, so that I can try from my personal id.
My personal id is kvsundaram2yahoo.com / .
Intrested persons are requested to send their personal id's.
Regards.
11th September 2010 From India, Delhi
Dear All
A lot of videos which you can used for the Defensive Driving training already available in the forum itself...
Those who interested go to the below thread and give your contribution if any please:
https://www.citehr.com/239276-safety...s-library.html
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V
11th September 2010 From India
Dear Friends,
Ms.Hansa requested for help in getting some training materials for heavy equipment operators though used the term "driver". Trucks have drivers. Those who handle other heavy equipment listed I prefer to call them operators. These equipment are not normally driven through public roads but operated in Industries. There are workers, plant and other equipment between which they have to move. Often they are awakwardly and heavily loaded. Operators of these equipment need training and re-training.
Now it is not the designation but the materials -except that of Mr.Sundaram's offer I could not find answer to Ms.Hansa's request.
Kindly help if you can by providing equipment operators' training materials.
I can very well post the apt materials but need some time to pull it out of my collection. I can assure that in few days time I can very well post it if Ms.Hansa can bear with me.
Regards,
Kesava Pillai.
12th September 2010 From India, Kollam
Dear Mr. Kesava,
I have posted related to Forklift, which was one of the question of Hansa. I have only these videos, as we are using only forklifts at our site.
The trucks are handled by the third party transporter & they are ensuring their training. Since these material handling is totally handled by a separate department, I'm not interferring into that & so I don't have the other materials.
When you post your materials, it would be useful for me too, as I also can learn & implement when required. Awaiting your materials.
Regards.
13th September 2010 From India, Delhi
Dear All
Attaching two files:
1. Safety in JCB - Operators Training Material
2. Safety Alert related to JCB Battery Busrt - For comments. Whether the recommendations can prevent this type of incidents from re-occuring? If not what recommendations we should give?
Hope this will help somehow to Ms. Hansa also awaiting for the training material from Kesav Sir.
@ KVSundaram
Thanks for file uploading. However I not able to download the same as that website is blocked in our office, surely will download when I get time from outside.
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V
13th September 2010 From India

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Dear hansa vyas, Please find the PPt which i had made for our drivers.We are in to consumer durables and electronics. Hope this will solve your purpose... Please do give me your feedback too.
14th September 2010 From United Kingdom, Preston

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Dear Hansa,
Please see the attached heavy equipment opreators training ppt.i hope its help to u i have heavy equipment video but its too big i cant upload here. . . my harddisk have some problem when i get my harddisk again i will post equipment ppt.i try to post more ppt"s ASAP. . .
Thanks & Besafe
Raghu
14th September 2010 From United States, Fpo

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Good effort.A useful reference for trainers handling training programmes for drivers. K.P.Ravinath Sr.Manager SMS-Siemag
16th September 2010 From India, New Delhi
Dear all, Again one good presentation for us. . . Keep sharing. . . Thanks & Besafe Raghu
16th September 2010 From United States, Fpo

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DEFENSIVE DRIVERS TRAINING

For employees who drive either a company vehicle or their own vehicle on the job, safe driving is a matter of occupational safety. Fewer collisions to company vehicles will help control insurance costs - and safe drivers lose less time from work because they avoid collisions. That is why a defensive driving training can benefit all employees .. who have a driver's license. Defensive Driving Training is designed to teach your employees how to drive safely.

In this training program, through the use of visual aids and qualified instructors, will show your drivers how to avoid potentially dangerous situations. Classroom participation involves case studies and active discussion of real life situations, as well as identifying traffic hazards.

As an employer, you already have a large investment in your drivers and employees, and this course will help them to:

BENEFITS TO COMPANY

• Reduces Operating Costs
• Reduces Collisions
• Reduce Vehicle Abuse
• Reduce Injuries
• Reduces Sick Leave, Insurance and Other Benefit Payments Related to Vehicle Collisions.
• Reduces vehicle maintenance costs
• Increases customer satisfaction with on-time deliveries and undamaged product
• Increases Self Confidence and Morale
• Increases Companies Safety Performance and Records

BENEFITS TO DRIVERS

• Prevent collisions,
• Save lives,
• Deliver cargo safely and on time,
• Reduce costs, and
• Maintain good driving habits.
• Drivers feel more comfortable, confident and safe behind the wheels
• Maintain the company vehicle to reduce more frequent breakdowns and improve its and our lives.
• Educate drivers with better client-driver relationship and good manners.
• Improve driver with positive attitude and responsibility towards companies vehicles and its clients
• Create a better working environment between drivers to compete and perform better than others.
• Educate and make the drivers more literate about the benefits of teamwork.
• Equip drivers with more life saving knowledge in cases of accidents, injuries etc.
• Provide drivers with knowledge of Road accidents and First-Aid to be preformed in such cases.

For any information you can call us on 09899245123 or mail us on
16th September 2010 From India, Lucknow
Dear all,
Thanks a lot to each & every one for your valuable inputs.
Many of the ppt are really informative & too good....
Still looking for more...
Thank you to all of u once again.
Regards,
Hansa Vyas
16th September 2010 From India, Udaipur
Dear all, Again one more presentation for us. . . Keep sharing. . . Wait for ur commands. . . Thanks & Besafe Raghu
16th September 2010 From United States, Fpo

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Dear all, Please find the attached PPT for seatbelts_save_lives. . . Keep sharing. . . Thanks & Besafe Raghu
16th September 2010 From United States, Fpo

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Thank u dear dipil, Again one nice presentation for us. . . Keep sharing. . . Thanks & Besafe Raghu
16th September 2010 From United States, Fpo

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Dear all, Now i come with Driving quiz please see the attached. . . Wait for ur commands Thanks & Besafe Raghu
16th September 2010 From United States, Fpo

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Dear Hansa,
Regret the delay. However I could trace out one training course mataerial from the very old (probably nineteen sixties) collection. I was trying to recollect the source without any avail.
You may modify to suit your training need. However I am sure that you will get the clue to develop training courses of your own by following this style.
Suitable videos are available every where for you to use.
Kindly advise if this meets with your requirement.
Regards,
Kesava Pillai
16th September 2010 From India, Kollam

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Dear Friends,

It took part of my otherwise busy schedule and quite some effort to get typed the course material and paste the sixteen and odd selected pictures to post the training material as it is.

This material is for serious and professional training purpose. The intending trainer has to go through it carefully, digest it properly and take some effort to prepare himself for presenting it effectively.

I realize that it is not just a ready made power point presentation as most people desire. I really hate spoon feeding.

Unless the trainer is having the stuff in him and using his own presentation most training sessions become just a ritual and ineffective.

Thousands and thousands of power point presentations are readily available for us to use. How ever every ppt is prepared by an individual to suit his style and capability. With a ppt prepared by an individual he will not be just reading out one by one but his lecture runs through his knowledge, experience, interpretation, ideas, dreams, challenges, questions, and so on. The same ppt when used by another the presentation will lack that spirit.

My advice to aspiring youngsters is take a little pain, collect materials see and hear of everything related to the topic, and prepare course materials of your own. Let your course materials reflect your personality. You will be able to do justice with your profession and master the art of successful presentation in time.

I would like to know whether the course material is found useful to any or it was just waste of my time please.

Regards,

Kesava Pillai
18th September 2010 From India, Kollam
Dear Sir
I have gone through the entire module and found it very effective...
The tips which you share, how to execute the training was too good... When I was reading I just remembering it just like a train the trainer programe... Those who takes this seriously will get benefict...
Few words was new to me in the module whihc I further understand by refering into the net... The visual questions to carry out the quiz is very much effective...
Thanks & expecting same guidence in future too...
Regards,
Dipil Kumar V
18th September 2010 From India
Dear Sundaram!
I can you pls share the information if you have on guidelines to employees on transport? and expcetional handling in case of emergencies...
Kindly forward to my email id on
Thanks in advance.
26th October 2010 From India, Kochi
Dear Kesava Sir,
First of all sorry for late reply due to some reasons i was out of discussions.
Input provided by you is really very good & as rightly said by dipil it is like train the trainer.
i m preparing my self to give trainings to forklifters.
Thank you for your valuable time, input & suggestions.We always need guidance from such experienced person.
Regards,
Hansa Vyas
27th November 2010 From India, Udaipur
Pending your needs I have piles and piles of materials and driver training materials from forklifts to trucks to cars to driver education and accident avoidance just email your needs
Best of the Day
Terry
28th November 2010 From Canada, Calgary
Gents,
Attached is a safety alert involving:
1. Incompetence of operator
2. Hazardous passion for mobile phone at work
3. Poor perception of risk
4. Lack of system to control jobs e.g. PTW, Lock out / tag out etc.
The contributory causes resulted in: FATALITY.
Hope this could be useful, by applying suitable corrective measures.
Regards,
Selva Prakash
Dubai, UAE
31st October 2011 From United Arab Emirates, Dubai

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Dear Selva Prakash
Thanks for sharing the alert with us...
It's really an Eye Opener... I am going to share the same with all my collegues...
Thanks and keep up the good work and keep on sharing your expertise with us...
1st November 2011 From India
Dear Mr. Kesava,
I fully agree with your point.
The ppt's are created according to the situation & comfortability. Its only the trainers capability, which makes the point to reach out the people.
But I can say that the materials that we get here gives additional information, even the basics that we forget.... which can be refreshed.
However, we cannot project the same presentation, as we don't know on what angle these presentations are made.
2nd November 2011 From India, Delhi
Thanks All of you for your best contribution. These above discussion and Shared documents are really very heplfull to me for developing drivers comptency checklist.
one again thank you all for the ward discussion.
13th May 2019 From India, Tiruchi
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