The downside of fire is it can kill people, damage assets, destroy environment. Fire can have its far reaching impact on a business such that business can be lost, customer can pull out. In Bangladesh fire accidents are very common. Over the last 5 / 6 years there have been some improvements in terms of fire safety infrastructure particularly in the apparel sector. Still there are lot of scopes to improve in garments as well as in other sector.
Installing the infrastructure like early detection, portable extinguishing, pressurized hydrant or sprinkler are reactive measures only. These don’t prevent fire but helps in limiting the loss or damage. The preventive measures to prevent start up and spread of fire is the key aspect in fire risk management. Also, adequate inspection, maintenance of equipment, awareness of people are required to complement the effective functioning of costly infrastructure.
This training program will provide the participants with the knowledge of major hazards in fire and how to prevent, how extinguish in case of fire.
Participants will be benefitted by –
Knowing about hazards
Sources of Ignition
Preventive measures of fire
Protective measures of fire
Reducing likelihood of fire and explosion occurrence
Reducing business loss, damage to asset, injury to people and environment
First Aid and CPR are greatly neglected fields of knowledge ...Other
Clear understanding and implementation of electrical safety ...Other
Like it or not, teams are here to stay because of effective ...Other
A boiler explosion can happen at any time. But with proper ...Other
A M M Monirul Hasan
Consultant and Corporate Trainer
Mr. Mohommad Monirul Hasan is a results-driven person with a successful background in optimization of production process, execution of various corporate projects, safe work environment and sustainability initiatives across the FMCG business through deployment and execution of local/regional/global policy. He possesses good interpersonal, communication and negotiation skills and ability to maintain mutually beneficial internal and external relationships. Enjoys being part of leading, motivating and grooming up of a successful team.
He is an IRCA Certified Lead Auditor (ISO 45001, 14001, 22001, 9001), SAAS Accredited Auditor on SA800 and JIPM Certified TPM (5S, AM, FI, MM, TQM) Instructor. He is the former Country Head of Environment, Health and Safety at British American Tobacco Bangladesh (BATB) Limited, former Country Head of Safety, Health and Environment at Unilever Bangladesh Limited and Former Soap Process Manager and TPM Pillar Lead at Unilever Bangladesh.
He has 9 years’ of experience in Safety, Health, Environment and Sustainability processes and practices in manufacturing, non-manufacturing/logistics, project sites , trade marketing and distribution in FMCG companies Apart from that, he has 6 years’ experience in core manufacturing process, operation, efficiency improvement initiatives in FMCG company.
He has completed his BSc from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) In Industrial and Production Engineering.