Sunday, February 2, 2014

safety .how

In my last post I asked a few questions and most of the people agree that we take everything very lightly..but why cant we start a change...I have a few suggestions which we as a responsible citizen may follow..

In any adventure game, before participating, we should gather as much knowledge as possible about everything that may go wrong and what precautions we must take, then check the institute or instructors whether they have got certification and followed all the safety norms and regulations.

Whenever we have incidents in amusement parks, we must boycott them for some time, their financial loss will teach them a lesson they will never forget.

Whenever travelling through ferry always see that its not over crowded, and if the boatmen dont listen, then get out of it..I myself saw this over crowding when I went to Omkareshwar.

Whenever there is a riot, dont encourage the gossip and rumours, try to help everybody irrespective of caste and be an active member in community meetings and vigilance and always realise that in all the riots people are misguided by vested interests...

We always say we have this chalta ha attitude..what is this we?...cant we start the change..dont be a meek bystander and let the life go by...

7 comments:

Kanupriya said...

Profound! Just recently, my brother had to face a major accident in one of these adventure outbound team building activities conducted by some agency on behalf of his office. He was hurt so badly but did it impact anybody from that agency who runs these camps? No! Did anything happen in his office? No! At the end of it, its the person who gets impacted suffers and life just goes on for the rest.
Good post!

Rahul Bhatia said...

Precaution is the best way to safety as you rightly mentioned Renu!

deeps said...

They are some healthy tips…
I would like to add that everyone needs to be more responsible n use common sense in following traffic rules and be exemplary at public places…at least to impress others…

Dilip said...

Yes I second your views and entirely agree with you. Off late quite a few tragic incidents in Bangalore as well as in Pune were reported in the news.

Thanks for the reminder.

anilkurup said...

It is a endemic fact that we Indians are comfortable with our comforts and would rather not bother much about the rest. This deafening callousness is with us.

Ashwini C N said...

I appreciate the thought. But the problem is when we're being done a favour and we clearly know its against the rules.

Renu said...

Kanupriya:..yes..atleast the affected people should take a stand and if nothing then make others aware of the risks..

Rahul Bhatia..plus we have to be vigilant..

deeps: traffic rules are very important and must be obeyed at any cost...

Dilip:we should bring more awareness..

Anil Kurup:Thats why we are the way we are..just hope that this generation changes it..

Ashwini C.N.: I think that the onus is now on you people..I mean young ones..to bring the change..bring integrity..