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Safety at Home

Security in the Street

Security in Public Transport

Security in your Car

Security while Shopping

Cyber Security Tips

e-Mail Safety Tips.

Senior Citizen Safety Tips

Road Safety Tips

Tips While Travelling in Railways

Safety Tips in Earth Quake

Safety Tips in ATM Counter

Safety Tips in Flood

Safety Tips in Cyclone

Firearms Safety Tips.

Tourist Safety Tips.

Safety Tips onTerrorism

Fire & Electricity Safety Tips

Traffic Safety Tips for Kids

Pedestrian Safety Tips

Traffic Safety Tips for Parents
& Teachers

Safety at Home

  • Never leave your doors open or unlocked.
  • Fit your front and back door with security gates (metal grills) for added protection.
  • Don't work in your backyard with your front door unlocked.
  • Never open the door to strangers, no matter what excuse they have for calling on you.
  • A peep-hole and safety chain will allow you to identify strangers without endangering yourself.
  • If you are in doubt, play it safe, never allow the strangers in.
  • A bright outside light is a good deterrent to potential burglars.
  • Never hide your keys under pot-plants, mats or in your post box If you live alone, ask your friends, or family to phone you regularly.
  • If possible fix CCTV Camera for safety.

Security in the Street

  • When going out leave your valuables at home.
  • Never carry more cash than you need.
  • Don't walk in deserted or dark areas alone.
  • Carry your bag close to your body.
  • Keep your change in your purse or wallet and credit cards and notes in an inside pocket, never in the back pocket of your trousers.

Security in Public Transport

  • Avoid waiting at deserted terminals, wait in well-lit areas.
  • Stand close to others who are waiting for the transport.
  • In a bus or train, be aware of people who look or act suspiciously, raise alarm if need be.
  • When you reach the destination, take note of who leaves with you.

Security in your Car

  • Make sure your car is in good condition so that you are not stranded in empty streets.
  • Don't leave package or personal item in full view on car seats, lock them in the boot.
  • Keep your doors locked and windows closed while driving.
  • Park your car in a well-lit area at night.
  • Never pick up hitch-hikers.
  • Beware of strangers who approach you at traffic lights.
  • If you are being followed, drive to the nearest police station.

Security while Shopping

  • Never leave your handbag or purse in your trolley, even if it obscured by goods.
  • Never place your wallet or handbag on the counter and then move away even for a few seconds.
  • Beware of pickpockets, bag snatchers in shopping malls.

Cyber Security Tips

  • Use antivirus software and keep it up to date.
  • Don't open e-mails or attachments from unknown sources. Be suspicious of any unexpected e-mail attachment, even if it appears to be from someone you know.
  • Protect your computer from Internet intruders. Use firewalls.
  • Regularly download security updates and patches for operating systems and other software.
  • Use hard-to-guess passwords. Mix upper and lower case letters, numbers and other characters, and make sure they are at least eight characters long.
  • Back up your computer data on disks or CDs regularly.
  • Don't share access to your computer with strangers. Learn about file-sharing risks.
  • Disconnect from the Internet when not in use.
  • Check your security on a regular basis. When you change your clocks for daylight-savings time, revaluate your computer security.

e-Mail Safety Tips

  • Guard Yourself against Phishing.
  • Change your password on regular basis as per the password policy.
  • Do not share your password with anyone.
  • Always remember to sign out properly after using your mail account.
  • Use Anti-Virus software & update it on regular basis.
  • Update the operating system and application patches.
  • Use automatic reply only when needed.
  • Never open / respond any mail / attachment from unknown sender.
  • Never subscribe your email ID on unsafe locations (over internet).

Senior Citizen Safety Tips.

  • Employ a servant after verifying his antecedents with the help of the nearest Police Station.
  • Always carry an Identity Card with you.
  • Never discuss financial matters in front of servants/strangers.
  • Deposit your valuables in safe deposit vault of any Bank.
  • Normally, do not allow the relatives or friends of your servant to visit your house. If at all he/she has any frequent visitors, get their antecedents checked from police. Try to keep the number of such persons to the minimum.
  • Use of modern security gadgets like door alarm, electronic-eye bell etc is always advantageous.
  • Install a peephole in the entrance door of your house and allow access only to the known and identified persons. Install double door system. It is always safer to deal with strangers without opening the main door.
  • Never leave spare keys or even the original keys in the open or in the conventional hiding places.
  • Verify the identity of any repairman, salesman etc and allow them access only after informing the security.
  • When you admit a workman or a salesman, do not leave him alone at any time.
  • Keep emergency medicines and family doctor’s numbers or emergency medical services (EMS) numbers at hand.

Road Safety Tips

  • Don't use your mobile phone while driving.
  • Use Seat belt.
  • Don't drink and drive.
  • Avoid speed driving.
  • Take special care about children, senior citizens and pedestrians.
  • Don't drive if tired.
  • Pedestrians should walk cautiously.
  • Always observe and anticipate other road users.
  • Keep your distances.
  • Always wear helmets and seat belts.
  • Don't try to multitask.
  • Do not break the signal.
  • Be mentally prepared to face pedestrians anywhere and at any time during your driving. Some pedestrians are least aware of road rules and they may attempt to cross the roads even at peak hours.
  • If you are driving in a bad weather or foggy area, where visibility is restricted, it is good to slow down considerably.
  • Be very careful while driving in school areas, hospitals, road intersections and main road junctions where you observe increased mobility of children and people.
  • While turning, make sure you have slowed down and you are giving proper space to the pedestrians for crossing. Road turns are very dangerous as drivers often lose their control while turning fast.
  • Maintain safe distance.

Safety Tips While Travelling in Railways.

  • Always use foot over bride (FOB) while changing platforms.
  • Always take tickets / reservations from railway counters and do not fall in pray of hackers.
  • Do not travel on the foot board or roof of the train or lean out of the compartment.
  • Keep the door of the compartment closed during night.
  • Do not try to entrain or detrain when the train is in motion.
  • Do not carry any inflammable article or crackers in compartment nor try to light them up in compartment.
  • Do not accept any food or beverages offered by strangers or co- passengers unless you are familiar with them.
  • Any unclaimed luggage or suit case if found in the compartment or railway premises, no effort shall be made to open them or handle them but advise RPF/TTE/GRP or any other railway official.
  • Suspicious movements or action by anybody if noticed shall be brought to the notice of the RPF/GRP or any other railway official.
  • Do not encourage unauthorized passengers and beggars in reserved compartment
  • Secure your luggage in the compartment by chaining the same to the hooks provided
  • Make it convenient to do advanced reservation when your journey is of longer duration. Reservation can now be done 90 days in advance
  • Travel always with less luggage to be more comfortable. Any excess luggage can be booked in the luggage van
  • Carry one pen torch during night journey which may prove helpful in emergencies

Safety Tips in ATM Counter.

  • Always pay close attention to the ATM and your surroundings. Don't select an ATM at the corner of a building -- corners create a blind spot. Use an ATM located near the centre of a building. Do your automated banking in a public, well-lighted location that is free of shrubbery and decorative partitions or dividers.
  • Maintain an awareness of your surroundings throughout the entire transaction. Be wary of people trying to help you with ATM transactions. Be aware of anyone sitting in a parked car nearby. When leaving an ATM make sure you are not being followed. If you are, drive immediately to a police or fire station, or to a crowded, well-lighted location or business.
  • Do not use an ATM that appears unusual looking or offers options with which you are not familiar or comfortable.
  • Do not allow people to look over your shoulder as you enter your PIN. Memorize your PIN; never write it on the back of your card.
  • Do not wear expensive jewellery or take other valuables to the ATM. This is an added incentive to the assailant.
  • Never count cash at the machine or in public. Wait until you are in your car or another secure place.
  • When using a drive-up ATM, keep your engine running, your doors locked and leave enough room to manoeuvre between your car and the one ahead of you in the drive-up line.
  • Maintain a supply of deposit envelopes at home or in your car. Prepare all transaction paperwork prior to your arrival at the ATM. This will minimize the amount of time spent at the machine.
  • Closely monitor your bank statements, as well as your balances, and immediately report any problems to your bank.

Safety Tips in Flood.

  • Identity specific safe place in each room of house, outside the house and every member of the family should know the place.
  • Do practice for safety and also safety of your head to avoid injuries.
  • Identify dangerous places in house and be at a distance during earthquake.
  • Identity safe place outside house where you and your family member can take shelter.
  • Ensure there is no obstruction en-route to the safe place.
  • Ensure member of the family must know where to be collected after earthquake.
  • Ensure each member of family has knowledge about first-aid and always keep some medicines.
  • Ensure almirah & other heavy luggages are tightened properly to avoid fall and head injuries.
  • Ensure heavy luggage if any be kept in the bottom rack of almirah.
  • Don’t store in excess cooking gas, petrol, K-Oil and other inflammable materials inside house
  • Ensure heavy hanging articles are hanged away from sleeping/sitting place
  • Ensure technique of earthquake protection and materials as well as other safety measures are used during construction of new house
  • Have your house/building assessed by qualified engineer and also ensure regular renovation and repair of any crack in house/building to avoid fall during earthquake
  • Measurs During Earthquake.

  • Remain calm, stay where your are, and do not get panic as it could be dangerous
  • Be away from articles likely to fall
  • Be away from windows, mirrors, book cases and unsecured heavy objects / articles to avoid injuries
  • Don’t stand in doorways as violent motion may cause doors slam and cause injuries, flying objects may also injure you
  • In case being inside old & weak structure / house / buildings, take fastest and safest route to get out
  • Don’t use elevators/lift, but take staircase to reach in open space
  • Take cover under strong table or other study furniture, hold its legs so that it does not move away and wait there till shaking stops
  • Be prepared to protect face and head with your hands to avoid head injuries from any object
  • Move out to the open space, away from buildings, electric poles / lines and trees
  • Be at a distance from landslides, boulders, big buildings / structure and loose electrical wire
  • Don’t touch metallic object which are either in touch with or likely to be contacted by loose electric
  • Do not re-enter your house if damaged and also avoid visiting damaged building / structures unless properly inspected
  • Stop while moving in vehicles, but stay inside till earth shaking is over. However, ensure vehicle is stopped in open space away from trees / building / overbridge / electric wire / poles etc
  • Proceed to journey carefully taking care of bridges / roads which might have damaged due to earthquakes
  • Measurs after Earthquake.

    DO's

  • Ensure safety and security of every member of the family
  • Don’t panic, remain calm and don’t listen or spread rumors
  • Help injured and trapped person and provide first-aid
  • Take extra care to those who required special assistance like infants, elderly, ladies & disabled
  • Check for fire hazards, broken articles / glasses and take precautions against injuries / further damage
  • Clear the routes to maintain speedy movements of essential services & supply of articles
  • Mark the places where the victims are suspected / reported to be trapped and inform search and rescue team immediately
  • Switch off the cooking gas, electricity, and switch on only after ensuring that there was no leakage
  • In case any inflammable liquid like K-Oil, petrol etc, is spread on the floor, clean it properly to avoid fire and do not use match box before cleaned
  • Avoid prolonged use of telephone to facilitate others to use the services
  • Be calm and listen to radio and help others as help from outside might be delayed due to disturbance or road / line communication etc
  • Return home only after confirmation that house is safe
  • Be prepared to face frequent shocks for some time after earthquakes and enter the house only after determining that house are strong enough to sustain after shocks
  • Don'ts

  • Don’t enter any damaged building / structure / house immediately as unstable house / structure may collapse after shock
  • Don’t allow seriously injured to walk
  • Don’t allow crowd near damaged structure / buildings
  • Don’t spread rumors and also do not listen rumors
  • Don’t use elevations’s / lift until/unless checked / found and declared serviceable

Safety Measures in Flood.

    Safety Measures before Flood.

  • Make sure that people residing in flood prone area are fully aware of dangers of flood.
  • Listen instructions conveyed by media, radio or local authorities about heavy or prolonged rainfall in your area and follow strictly.
  • Discuss among community members about impending dangers of flood and take preventive measures with their support.
  • Mark the areas likely to be affected by flood and take preventive actions with support from the community and local administration.
  • Gather information about past incidents of flood, if any, and take protective actions.
  • Gather information about high grounds nearby in your area, which can be used as shelter.
  • Arrange proper drainage of flood water, and assign responsibility for its maintenance by community members.
  • Inspect bundhs / embankments / roads and houses which are likely to be damaged during flood and repair or strengthen them with stones, trees, ballies, and bags etc.
  • Keep essential flood, rescue equipment, stores in your possession.
  • Estimate requirement and ensure availability, maintenance and proper security of boats
  • Ensure heavy hanging articles are hanged away from sleeping/sitting place
  • Ensure proper preservation of portable water and its proper supply to community during flood
  • Constitute search and rescue teams and develop their capabilities by providing equipment and training
  • Constitute medical aid teams, train them and ensure availability of essential medicines with them
  • Keep constant watch on flood water level by deputing teams and also ensure early warning system
  • Safety Measures during Flood.

  • Do not panic
  • Keep your essential stores, safe and dry
  • Keep in touch with local media, listen to radio and follow instruction strictly
  • Don’t consume eatables contaminated by flood water
  • Don’t consume rotten food either kept in house or received from other sources
  • Drink only directly collected rain water after boiling till potable water is supplied / available
  • Don’t use water from wells or ponds till cleared safe
  • Keep children safe and don’t allow them to swim or play in food water
  • Be alert / vigilant against Snakes / Scorpios and other poisonous insects
  • Don’t take vehicle or water flooded road without collecting proper information about its depth /current
  • Leave vehicle and take shelter at high raised ground once trapped in flood water
  • Ensure boats are not over loaded and un attended
  • Avoid un-necessary movement in flood water and in case un avoidable, try to move only on dry and stable land to avoid danger from damaged / naked wire buried underneath water by taking protections from poisonous insects
  • Measurs after Flood.

  • Discuss with neighbores before deciding to return to village / home
  • Don’t follow alternate route but follow defined / marked route.
  • Keep updated about latest radio broadcast regarding present situation of flood
  • Take care of debris left behind in flood as the poisonous insects generally take shelter or sharp edged pieces of glasses etc may cause injury.
  • Keep distance from the area prone to land slide, river bends and houses vacated from security point of view
  • Do no allow children to enter the house once flood water recedes unless / until same is checked and found safe by adults
  • Don’t switch on electrical connection till flood affected house is fully dried up.
  • Ensure spreading of lime bleaching powder, D.D.T. etc. in and around your house
  • Ensure the dead animals / birds etc. are buried properly to avoid spread of epidemic
  • Take medicine injections and other precautions as advised by local medical authorities
  • Emergency Items/Stores.

  • Radio and Torch with battery
  • Candle and Matchbox (water proof if available)
  • Clean drinking water and nonperishable ready to eat food items
  • Medicines for common cold, dysentery, headache, fever etc
  • Water proof bag for clothes and valuables
  • Help to Drowning Person.

  • Throw rope or stick near him / her and gradually pull once has caught
  • Use trained man for rescue
  • Clear his / her mouth and respiratory system for smooth breathing once rescued
  • Provide mouth –to-mount resuscitation
  • Open his wet cloth and keep him warm. Shift him / her to nearby hospital

Safety Measures on Cyclone.

Cyclone is one of the most disastrous natural hazards which is caused by the storm surge and high tidal waves and is aggravated by torrential rains leading to coastal flooding. Wind speed and storm surge can be extremely destructive after reaching the coastal areas. (Wind speed can reach up to 280 Kms per hour) : In India, annually millions of people are affected by cyclone. Cyclones starts as a depression and is formed in the ocean near the southern tip of India every year, and when these depressions move toward North, they can develop into tropical storms, known as cyclones. It commences as a huge spinning spiral storm and rotates around a so called “eye: where the pressure drops. Cyclones occur in coastal areas particularly before and after summer monsoon i.e. from April to June or from October to December.

Cyclones warnings are providing in two stages :-

  • “CYCLONE ALERT” is issued at 48 hours before the expected commencement of bad weather along the coast.
  • “CYCLONE WARNING” is issued in 24 hours before the cyclone’s anticipated landfall. Warning for the ports and fishery start much earlier and are waned day and night through a specially designed port warning system.
  • During Cyclone

  • Once the cyclone warning is issued, do not panic immediately take refuge in a safe place such as cyclone shelters.
  • Do not take refuge under the tall structure such as
  • Trees
  • Poles
  • If taking refuge in the hoses –
  • Turn off the electricity.
  • Turn off the gas supply.
  • Close the doors and windows
  • Stay calm and together with family
  • Listen to weather updates and other important information through battery operated radio. On receiving the warning message of depression, fishermen should avoid going to the sea for fishing.
  • Always keep emergency kit ready in the house, containing a torch, a first aid kit, a sleeping bag, biscuit and water to take along with you at the time of cyclone
  • Organise first aid training in the community. Encourage all the community members to participate
  • If your are living in the cyclone zone, find out the nearest cyclone shelter / strong houses to take refuge during cyclone.
  • The coastal fishermen must always keep a transistor in their boats / transistor and listen to the weather forecast regularly. They should not start their boats or must return immediately, once the cyclone warning is issued.

Firearms Safety Tips

  • Treat every firearm as loaded.
  • Pass or accept only an open or unloaded firearm
  • Always point firearms in a safe direction
  • Loaded or unloaded, always point the muzzle in a safe direction.
  • Load a firearm only when ready to fire.
  • Load the magazine only when you reach your shooting area.
  • Load the chamber only when ready to shoot.
  • Completely unload before leaving the shooting area.
  • Identify your target beyond all doubt.
  • Check your firing zone
  • THINK: What may happen if you miss your target?

  • What might you hit between you and the target or beyond?
  • Do not fire when you know others are in your firing zone
  • Store firearms and ammunition safely.
  • When not in use, lock away the bolt, firearm and ammunition separately..
  • Never leave firearms in a vehicle that is unattended
  • Avoid alcohol or drugs when handling firearms

Tourist Safety Tips

  • While travelling in/to various tourist places of/around Puri in local buses, trains etc. be aware of pick pocketers and snatchers.
  • Never leave your luggage, briefcase or other items unattended.
  • Don’t keep your wallet in the rear pocket. Keep it in an inside jacket pocket or side trouser pocket
  • All valuables and important papers (jewelry, passports, return tickets, etc) should be kept in your hotel's safe deposit box. Never leave them unattended in your room
  • Avoid carrying large sums of cash on your person.
  • Don’t take the advice of taxi drivers for the purpose of accommodation
  • Never ever purchase air/ rail/ bus tickets through strangers or unauthorized travel agents/ tour operators, also known as touts. They are not at all reliable. Buy tickets from the authorized centers only.
  • Do not disclose any personal / private matters before anybody
  • In a bus or train, be aware of people who look or act suspiciously, raise alarm if need be.
  • Before arrival please pre-book Hotel, lodge, guest house etc. during festive occasion to avoid disappointment / difficulties..
  • Do not go to any lonely place it may cause harm
  • Govt. approved english speaking guides are available at fixed charges at all important tourist centres. The Govt. of Orissa tourist Offices can be contacted by tourists for the services of approved guides. Please consult the nearest Govt. of Orissa tourist Office. Unapproved guides are also available in most tourist places, but it is advised to ask the guides for the identity card
  • Change currency only from official money changers
  • Always respect religious shrines and places of worship
  • Obey the rules & regulations while going to Temple.
  • Never leave firearms in a vehicle that is unattended
  • While moving in temple, sea beach etc. if you face trouble please take help / assistance of nearest police personnel on duty
  • Your mobile, shoe, belt, camera and wallet keep properly in shoe stand
  • Always take help of Life Guards while enjoying Sea bath as the Bay of Bengal on Puri coast is highly tidal sea
  • Do not enjoy sea bath under influence of alcohol or intoxication & also do not try to go to beach after 8 P.M.
  • Remain alert and vigilant. for suspicious bags, packages or vehicles; people acting suspiciously at stations and airports, and report any concerns to the police or the appropriate authorities.
  • Please dial 100 in case any trouble

Safety Tips to Prevent Terrorism

  • Remain alert and vigilant. for suspicious bags, packages or vehicles; people acting suspiciously at stations and airports, and report any concerns to the police or the appropriate authorities
  • Many extremists seek other identities to protect themselves. Don’t help them by leaving important identification documents such as passports and driving licences vulnerable to theft
  • Extremists also need money to finance their operations. They get it by both legal and illegal means. Make sure you are not funding extremists: take care of your credit cards and other financial records, and do not donate or contribute to a collection if you are unsure where the money is going
  • Maintain a high level of vigilance and to take appropriate steps to increase their security awareness.
  • If you have tip-offs or confidential information about possible terrorist activity, call the police
  • All men & women entering the temple/Imp Places must pass through the DFMDs..
  • Nobody shall be allowed to enter inside the temple/Imp Places with any article, viz. bags, vanity bags, packets, cameras etc
  • Regular and continuous flow of visitors shall be ensured and none should be allowed to stand by or congregate in and around the gates.

Electricity Safety

  • Never touch any outdoor wires with your body or any other objects.
  • Keep electrical appliances and toys away from water.
  • Watch out for damaged cords outside (or inside) electrical equipment.
  • Stay away from electric fences.
  • When unplugging something, always pull by the plug not by the cord.
  • Limit number of plugs in each outlet.
  • Keep electrical appliances away from children.
  • Fire Safety Tips .

    Dos.

  • Always use insulated lifter to pick utensils from burning stove.
  • Put out match sticks before throwing into dustbin, or use gas lighter.
  • Always keep safe distance from portable heater and clothing.
  • Always keep safe distance from open fire.
  • Always put off stove while refilling.
  • Place prayer lamps in safe place.
  • Always attend fire alarm immediately.
  • Always keep iron press switched off while attending to other works.
  • Don'ts.

  • Keep portable heater and clothes close by.
  • Keep inflammable material near fire.
  • Relax after hearing fire alarm.

Traffic Safety Tips for Kids

  • Know the traffic signals and Signs: – Remember kids, when the signal is Red it means Stop, when the signal is Yellow it means look and when the signal is Green is means Go.
  • Look Both Sides to Cross the Road: – While crossing the street always walk with an adult. Make sure that you look at both the sides and see that no vehicles are coming near you. It is better to first look on your left and then right and then look on your left again before you cross. It is advisable to keep looking both ways while crossing the road.
  • Always walk on the sidewalk or keep to your left: – Never ever walk or run on a street, even if your toy has rolled down the road! Make sure that you always walk on a sidewalk. If there are none, then stay to your left and walk while facing the traffic so that you can see the vehicle coming towards you.
  • Do Not Take your Head or Hands out of Moving Vehicle: –This can cause accidents and can hurt you badly. So make sure that you never ever do it and also ask your friends not to do it in future. Also make sure that you enter the bus and exit the bus only when it has stopped completely. Avoid playing in a moving bus as it can hurt you.

Pedestrian Safety Tips

  • Ensure that you are aware of traffic signal signs and traffic symbols. This will help you to take better decisions while crossing a road.
  • Always use crosswalks or zebra crossings.
  • Use your hands to signal the driver to stop and always try to make eye contacts with the drive. Many a time, you may be able to see the driver, but the driver would not have noticed you. Hence, use hands and eyes to signal the drive to stop.
  • Remember the fast lesson while crossing a road: Stop, look left, right and again left. Then keep looking while crossing the street. It is easier to cross one way traffic than traffic that is coming from both sides of the road.
  • Avoid running across the street. It can create a sense of driving distraction for the driver leading to more severe accidents. Moreover, if you trip while running, the situation can get out of hand.
  • Use sideways or footpaths while walking.
  • If you don't find crosswalks or zebra crossing, wait till the traffic signal is red. Don't take unnecessary risks by jumping in busy traffic.
  • Kids under 12 years must be assisted while crossing streets. Parents must be careful with kids in parking lots or areas where vehicle mobility is high.
  • Teach kids the meaning of traffic signals and advantages of obeying traffic rules.
  • Carry flashlights during nigh or if you are going to cross roads where there is scarcity of light.
  • Drivers are not bad people who want to hit you. Still, ensure that you have indicated the driver that you are crossing the street. Trust yourself more than anybody on roads, as you can safeguard yourself best.
  • Be careful while crossing high speed roads and multiple road junctions.
  • If you have visibility problem, request someone to assist you in crossing the road. Pedestrian guards are deployed by traffic police in areas of high traffic mobility to help people cross a street.

Traffic Safety Tips for Parents.

  • Parents are equally responsible for the safety of their children during school journeys.
  • They must ensure that the mode of transport arranged by school or by themselves is absolutely safe.
  • While taking their children to school themselves, they should take proper care of their safety.
  • Parents must ensure that the children acquire the right knowledge and skills for safe use of roads. They should teach their children the basic rules of the road, how to walk and cross the road, how to alight and board a bus etc.
  • Parents should not allow their minor children to drive.
  • Children are very good observers and therefore, parents must set an example by meticulously observing even small traffic rules.
  • Traffic Safety Tips for Teachers.

  • Teachers should help develop a responsible attitude towards road use in school children.
  • Teachers should impart essential knowledge about roads and traffic to school children,
  • Teachers should ensure that:The children enter and leave the school safely.The vehicles including school buses are parked safely and properly.
  • Children should be supervised and taken care of at the time of alighting and boarding the school bus.
  • The teacher should arrange for an alternate bus and keep the children together at one place if the school bus fails to arrive or if there is any problem.