Process Industry Consultant / Soft Skill
Asso.prof.(commerce & Management) Pg
Vijay Kumar HR Trainee
Mr Vijaykumar has given you a good ppt.
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26th December 2015 From India
The ppt what has been attached in the posts are readily available theory. Whereas what is to be underlined is the practical part of the entire process. Unless you practise with appropriate equipment and conditions to apply these techniques it will remain as half done only. If you are really serious enough better you should contact the I/c of Fire Station experts on duty in your town and request them to exhibit their skills in your works with required appliances and chemical substances and the environment created to handle the techniques. This attempt will, I am sure, is really useful and would be appreciated by all. Some times the Fire Station conduct this exercise free of cost at various places in an assembly of mostly civilians and the employees of the works to see for themselves how to handle the fire practically. Even if they charge some fees its worth it. Use this opportunity.
28th December 2015 From India, Bangalore