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World Telecommunication and Information Society Day – 17 May 2017


                    “Only through communication can human life holds meaning”

World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD-17) is celebrated by ITU on May 17 every year. ITU, International Telecommunication Union, is the United Nation’s specialized agency for Information and Communication Technology (ICT). This is the day which spots the inauguration of ITU in 1895 with the mission of achieving best practical solutions for integrating new technologies when they are developed, and for spreading their benefits to all the spheres. The purpose of celebrating WTISD-17 is also to raise the awareness of the use of internet and other information and communication technologies (ICT) to help societies and economy of a nation and also to balance the digital divide among mankind.

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                                 2017 Theme: Big Data for Big Impact

The theme, “Big Data for Big Impact” is chosen for the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day (WTISD-17), that focuses to explore the power of big data for development and to identify the opportunities by converting the available massive complex data into practicable information.

This theme matches with the ITU’s objectives focusing on the technological developments that are smoothing the emergence of Big Data, developing standards related to Big Data and identifying sources and uses of Big Data. It also includes the use of Big Data technologies for developing and monitoring improvements in information societies. To accomplish these objectives of ITU, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) provide the innovative ways, as part of it’s work, to manage major cities in the form of constructing smart buildings, intelligent traffic systems, energy conservation, e-waste management and exchanging information and knowledge among the converging information societies.

                                                              Safety Concerns

All in good time, the technological developments come along with the challenges like the safety of workers, security of data, managing and accounting of large data, and etc. Specifically, in Telecommunication Engineering, employees working on the cell phone tower encounter the risks such as RF burn, i.e., causes irritation in skin due to RF radiation that is one form of Electromagnetic Energy emitted by transmitting Antennas, and risk at working at top approximately 500 or 600 feet tall, falling objects or tools from the top onto the body, electrical hazards, and working at inclement weather. To overcome these shortcomings, Safety precaution measures have to be insisted to the workers and corresponding researches must be encouraged to reduce the effects by the concerned authorities at this point of time.

Last but not the least, Occupational Stress is the major health issue experienced by the employees of information systems that may lead to, sometimes, metabolic syndrome to the workers. The pre-emptive methods are to be implemented to rectify this issue by giving attention on efficient time management, task management, regular workouts and by proper food choices.

Chennai underground METRO set-in-motion from May 14, 2017


Starting from early history, Inventions are made to soothe the task and reduce the time consumption. This journey starts from inventing wheel to today’s modern developments in all wings.

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Transport system is the vital part of humans after the basics needs. In fact, the growth in the economy of a nation is directly associated to the transportation facilities provided to the people as it enhances the commerce and trades.

METRO is the rail transport system provides high speed travel for the commuters in the cites. India’s first and Asia’s 5th METRO is introduced in Kolkata in October 1984. Chennai is the fourth city to introduce METRO to its citizens after Kolkata, Delhi and Bengaluru.

Delhi METRO is flying high in success rate with the record of highest ridership of 25 lakhs passengers travelled in a single day and continuously providing financial profit in every year.

Especially, commuters in cities like Chennai exhaust much time in traveling from home to workplace and vice versa. Although the already launched METRO from Koyembedu to Alandur settles the need of one zone of the people in the city, still it is not fulfilling the demands yet.

On account of this factor, the Chennai METRO Rail Limited (CMRL) is going to instigate the underground METRO from May 14, 2017 onwards for public utility. This METRO covers eight kilometers of line from Chetpet to Koyembedu passing through tunnels with seven underground stations.

This project is going to be the great succour for the commuters of Chennai who are punctured with the crowds in buses and electric train. It saves the considerable time of commuters and this may be used by them productively.

Chennai is the fourth city in India to set- in- motion underground METRO to its people with good amenities like Air Conditioning, Tunnel Ventilation Systems, Route Maps and “Platform Screen Doors” (PSD).These doors are installed for the safety purposes of the passengers. Its features are:

  • PSDs are fixed as a measure of crowd control system as passengers will be standing in a queue near the PSDs while the train arrives; otherwise they stand scattered all around the platform and rush into the coach. It is a good safety precaution measure for the elders and children especially.
  • PSDs Improve safety by restricting the access to the tracks and tunnels by passengers. It avoids them coming closer to the tracks unconsciously while talking in the mobile phone, and to protect the unnoticed children moving towards the track.
  • Prevent or reduce wind felt by the passengers caused by the piston effect. This is the process happening inside the tunnel when the train moves through a certain space. The train pushes out the air in front of it towards the closet ventilation shaft. At the same moment, the air is sucked into the tunnel from the closet ventilation shaft behind the train.

                     “An intelligent carries out every activity with safety conscious”.

             “Safety measures protect not only our life but our family; our dependents”

It is wiser to follow the safety tips and have a peaceful & safe journey in METRO. Follow these tips:

Safety Tips

  • Come early and be on-board safely and calmly.
  • Stand behind yellow line whenever waiting for the train.
  • Stand on queue to avoid rushing into door.
  • Never attempt to open or close the door by hand.
  • Always stay alert. METRO is quieter in sound. We may not hear it coming.
  • At night times, especially women, board on the carriage nearer to driver. Do not travel in the carriages with nobody.
  • Do not allow children for playing and skating in the platform
  • Elders to be careful when using the elevators, ramps to avoid the skidding.
  • Do not run in the station especially in wet weather. Surfaces may be slippery.
  • Always follow instructions from workers and authorities.

Nebosh course and location table by NIST

February 10, 2014 Leave a comment

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Chennai

Old No. 532/ 3&4,
New No. 574/ 3&4, 2nd Floor,
(Opp to Anna Arivalayam)
Anna Salai, Teynampet,
Chennai – 600018.
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Cochin / Kochi

IV/283 H, 2nd Floor,
Chakkappan Square,
Parutheli Palam Junction
Pukkattupady Road, Edappally Toll, Cochin, Kerala – 682 024
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Bangalore

No-39, Third Floor, VBC Towers, C.M.H Road, Indiranagar, Bangalore – 38.  nebosh-chart-nist
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Hyderabad

Flat no.203, 3rd Floor, Almas Plaza, No.10-3-304/7/203,
Humayun Nagar,
Reliance Fresh Building(Near NMDC Bus Stop),
Hyderabad – 500 028
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Vizag / Visakhapatnam

Door No. 47-10-13/14,
3rd Floor, Rednam Plaza,
(Opp to Pollocks School)
Dwarakanagar, 2nd Lane,
Vizag – 530016
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Mumbai

No. 30, 5th Floor, Bhavani Building, Andheri-Ghatkoper Link road, Opp to Solidaire park, Chakala, Andheri East, Mumbai – 400 099  nebosh-chart-nist
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Pune

Snehal Classique, 2nd Floor,
A – Wing, No:6, Shivaji Nagar,
Pune – 05.
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Kolkata

#314-B, Karnani Mansion,
No.25-A, Park Street,
Kolkata – 700 016
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Delhi

D-131, 1 st floor, Mohammadpur,
Behind Bhikaji cama place,
New Delhi-110066.
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Food Safety – Why should I do it?Product Safety is a High Priority for all Manufacturers

September 13, 2013 Leave a comment

NIST food safety course trains individuals in food protection practices to ensure the safety of the served food in any food unit. NIST works on establishingproduct safety as it should be every manufacturer’s first importance.Ensuring the safety of the products and maintaining the confidence of consumers is the single most important goal of the food industry. Product safety is the basis of consumer trust, and all food industry dedicateshuge resources to ensure that the food is safe.

What We Do            

NIST food safety team works to ensure that consumers continue to have access to safe, quality and affordable products through consulting, auditing, training and by providing UK certification.We have a distinctiveapproach when it comes to product safety.

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safety training in mumbai

July 8, 2011 2 comments

ALL INTERNATIONAL COURSES @ INDIAN RATES…..Now in Mumbai
NEBOSH for Take home price!!!

Course Calendar:

MUMBAI CALENDAR

JULY’ 11

NEBOSH

Upcoming Batch @ Mumbai – 2011

IGC 1

IGC 2 & 3

DURATION

25th July  –  29th  July

01st Aug   –  05th  Aug

EXAM

08th   Aug

09th Aug

LAST DATE

13th July

Bye..Bye..OSHA from NIST @ Bangalore…


NIST is on excellent Organisation.The team has been successfully completed Osha 30hrs construction in Bangalore on 24th to 26th june’11.The training was excellent,the candidates enjoyed the course well & learnt more things about safety & various types associated with it.The candidates get benefit because of this course & by NIST.The tutor is excellent from his part,simple good,problem solving ability &co-operative with candidates.
The explanation given by the trainer is very clear & specified.
Course Duration – 3 Days (24th june’11 to 26th june’11)
Batch Information:OSHA 30hrs Construction safety
Location – Bangalore
Venue – Infantry Hotel, # 66 infantry road,Bangalore – 01

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Nebosh International Diploma Course

March 14, 2011 1 comment

WHAT KIND OF PEOPLE TAKE THE NEBOSH INTERNATIONAL DIPLOMA?
The NEBOSH International Diploma is the qualification for aspiring health and safety professionals building directly upon the foundation of knowledge provided by the NEBOSH International General Certificate. It is designed to provide students with the expertise – wherever in the world they may be working – required to undertake a career as a safety and health practitioner. It also provides a sound basis for progression to an MSc or more specialist study (such as the NEBOSH Specialist Diploma in Environmental Management).
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