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Issues relating to Rly safety discussed

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Jan 28 - A one-day conference on safety of train running was held at Maligaon recently. The conference was organised by the Safety Organisation of the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR).

Senior officials from all divisions of NFR belonging to departments like Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Signal & Telecom Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Railway Protection Force (RPF) attended the conference and discussed various issues pertaining to ensuring of better safety during train operation.

Sanjive Roy, General Manager of NFR, and other senior officials of NFR were also present in the conference.

A discussion was held on the inquiry reports relating to various train accidents and measures to be taken to avoid such cases.

Reports of safety audit undertaken by various zones were also discussed. Division-wise plans for dealing with disasters involving train accidents were also deliberated upon by the officials present.

Audiovisual presentations were made by all the divisions of NFR about the initiatives taken by them for ensuring better safety.

Measures for compliance of guidelines issued by the Railway Board were discussed and the need for organising refresher courses regularly for staff involved with train running was also emphasised by the participants.

S Kishore takes over: Sanjay Kishore has assumed the charge of IG-cum-Principal Chief Security Commissioner of NF Railway.

Kishore has served in various posts across many zonal railways. He has earlier worked as Principal Chief Security Commissioner of North Western Railway, Jaipur, and as Principal Chief Security Commissioner of Northern Railway, New Delhi.

He is a recipient of the coveted DG Insignia, Indian Police Medal and the Presidents Police Medal for his distinguished services.

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Issues relating to Rly safety discussed

GUWAHATI, Jan 28 - A one-day conference on safety of train running was held at Maligaon recently. The conference was organised by the Safety Organisation of the Northeast Frontier Railway (NFR).

Senior officials from all divisions of NFR belonging to departments like Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Signal & Telecom Engineering, Mechanical Engineering and Railway Protection Force (RPF) attended the conference and discussed various issues pertaining to ensuring of better safety during train operation.

Sanjive Roy, General Manager of NFR, and other senior officials of NFR were also present in the conference.

A discussion was held on the inquiry reports relating to various train accidents and measures to be taken to avoid such cases.

Reports of safety audit undertaken by various zones were also discussed. Division-wise plans for dealing with disasters involving train accidents were also deliberated upon by the officials present.

Audiovisual presentations were made by all the divisions of NFR about the initiatives taken by them for ensuring better safety.

Measures for compliance of guidelines issued by the Railway Board were discussed and the need for organising refresher courses regularly for staff involved with train running was also emphasised by the participants.

S Kishore takes over: Sanjay Kishore has assumed the charge of IG-cum-Principal Chief Security Commissioner of NF Railway.

Kishore has served in various posts across many zonal railways. He has earlier worked as Principal Chief Security Commissioner of North Western Railway, Jaipur, and as Principal Chief Security Commissioner of Northern Railway, New Delhi.

He is a recipient of the coveted DG Insignia, Indian Police Medal and the Presidents Police Medal for his distinguished services.

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