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May presentation driving
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May presentation driving
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  • 1. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL - 2010<br />SAFETY IS OUR CONCERN<br />THINK SAFETY <br />AND <br />WORK SAFE.<br />YOUR FAMILY NEEDS‘ YOU ’.<br />
  • 2. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL - 2010<br /> INTRODUCTION<br /> OPENING AGENDA:<br />H.S.E. STATISTIC RECORD YEAR 2010. ( HSE ) <br /> SAFTEY AWARENESS DRIVING ( PRESENTER BY : JOE NGINDANG )<br /> SAFETY VIDEO ( HSE )<br /> APRIL 2010 MONTHLY MINUTE MEETING.<br /> A.O.B. <br /> EMPLOYEES SAFETY AWARDS WINNER.<br /> NEXT MONTHLY MEETING JUNE 10 2010<br /> END OF MONTHLY SAFETY MEETING<br />
  • 3. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL-2010<br />HSE STATISTIC RECORDS <br />Manhours Statistic: 1ST-30TH- APRIL - 2010<br />TubeTekManhours: 138,594 MANHOURS ( 9854 MANHOURS )<br />Corporate Manhours : 14,768 MANHOURS (240 MANHOURS) <br />Total Manhours for APRIL : 10,094 Manhours<br />Total Manhours since Dec – 2008 till APRIL 2010 : 153,362 Manhours<br />PAKATS <br />Pakats participation: 42 paxs Percentage : ( 100% )<br />
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  • 5. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL-2010<br />Safety Awareness Shearing<br />Topic : Driving and Safety Belt<br />Presenter by : Joe Ngindang<br />
  • 6. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL-2010<br />Safety Belt Statistics<br />One out of every five drivers will be involved in a traffic crash this year. Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among people age 44 and younger and the number one cause of head and spinal cord injury. Approximately 35,000 people die in motor vehicle crashes each year. About 50 percent (17,000) of these people could be saved if they wore their safety belts. More than 90 percent of all motorists believe safety belts are good idea, but less than 14 percent actually use them. For every one percent increase in safety belt use, 172 lives and close to $100 million in annual injury and death costs could be saved. Safety belts when used properly reduce the number of serious traffic injuries by 50 percent and fatalities by 60-70 percent. For maximum protection safety belts should be fastened before traveling any distance or speed. Seventy-five percent of crash deaths and injuries occur within 25 miles of home. More than half of all injury-producing motor vehicle crashes involve low speeds under 40 m.p.h. Motorists are 25 times are more likely to be killed or seriously injured when they are "thrown clear" than when remain inside their vehicle. In a 30 m.p.h. collision an unbelted 160 lb. Person can strike another passenger, crash through a windshield and/or slam into the vehicle's interior with a 4,800 lb. force. Motorists can increase safety belt usage by example and verbal reminders. Nine out of 10 people buckle up when asked. <br />
  • 7. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL-2010<br />Safety belt use is one of the best defenses against the unpredictable actions of the drunk driver. <br />Today over 25 countries around the world have some type of mandatory safety belt law. Results of these laws were measured; usage rate went from 20-25 percent before passage to 60-90 percent after passage. <br />A common cause of death and injury to children in motor vehicles is being crushed by adults who are not wearing safety belts. On out of four serious injuries to passengers is caused by occupants being thrown into each other. About 80 percent of all injuries to children in car crashes are injuries to the head, causing brain damage, permanent disfigurement, epilepsy or death. <br />Of every 100 children who die in motor vehicle crashes at least 80 would survive if they were properly secured in an approved child safety seat or safety belts. Three out of four families with child safety seats fail to use them correctly. Adults need to follow manufacturer's instructions and secure seats properly before every trip. An estimated 80 percent of American children area immunized against contagious diseases, but less than 10 percent are properly restrained when riding in a motor vehicles<br />
  • 8. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL-2010<br />Winner of the road safety campaigned Kuala Belait district<br />Name: : Alicia Siaw Ling 10 yrs old <br />Topic : Safety is our Priority in car<br />
  • 9. TUBETEK H.S.E.MONTHLY MEETING APRIL – 2010<br />Nowadays, people don’t care about safety when they are driving. I have<br />seen a lot of them around Belait districts. To make Belait roads safe, here are some reminders for drivers. For safety reasons a driver must not eat or drink while driving. He must not get drunk. He must take note<br />of his speed. He must not drive fast. He must not stop his car along the highway too just talk a friend seen on the way. He must never forget to use his signal lights whenever he wants to stop. He must look left and right before crossing the junction. A driver must avoid using his mobile phone while driving. He must not park near the sidewalk when he should not, especially on the corner where it is not blind-corners. That means very near the corner where it is not easily seen. Both passengers and drivers must wear seatbelts at all times. When there is a baby in the car, do not drive over 70 km per hour. Do not go when the traffic light signals STOP or you will meet with an accident. Drive slowly when you are driving up a step hill Please use these tips so that you will not meet with an accident. Remember, safety first!<br />
  • 10. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING APRIL-2010<br />What should You do on your vehicles ?<br />Some Tips<br />Always Check your vehicles before you drive.<br />Good Maintenance, good vehicles<br />Good Vehicles Save to drive<br />Save drive save your life and love your family<br />
  • 11. Always do service and checkup your vehicles <br />
  • 12. Always remember to put on your safety belt before you drive<br />
  • 13. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING 2010<br />Vehicle Accident Causes<br />According to the most recent studies conducted, vehicular catastrophes often result from a driver’s neglect or failure to abide the traffic safety rules and regulation. These law violations include:<br />Drunk driving<br />Use of illegal drugs<br />Speeding above the allowed limits<br />Beating the red light<br />Improper use of cellular phones<br />Disobeying traffic signs and warnings<br />
  • 14. What can be happen ?<br />
  • 15. Don’t use mobile phone while driving don’t end up like this<br />
  • 16. Never drive your car like a rocket don’t take the risk no second chance<br />
  • 17. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING 2010<br />VIDEO SHARING<br />Belt up or suffer the pain<br />
  • 18. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING 2010<br />Result of Last Month A.O.B.<br />New A.O.B.<br />Question and Answer<br />
  • 19. TUBETEK H.S.E. MONTHLY MEETING 2010<br />End of presentation by : Joe Ngindang<br />Next Presenter :…………….for month May 2010<br />Winner for Month Of April BEST PAKATS<br />PAKATS : INTERVENTION AND AWARENESS<br />Winner : Mr …………..<br />End of Safety Meeting<br />

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