Bridge Safety Control Due To Water Overflow?Find Out How!
Maharashtra accounted for the second-highest number of deaths (4,237) due to structural collapses between 2001 and 2015, according to the National Crime Records Bureau?s 2016 report. In total, at least 38,363 people lost their lives in as many as 37,514 incidents of collapse of various structures during this period across the country.
The types of structural collapses that the data records include: bridges, commercial buildings, dams, residential buildings and others.
As per the report, as many as 1,217 people died in incidents of bridge collapses throughout the country in these 15 years.?
ABOUT THE PROJECT:
The bridge safety control is a system that works on the principle of physics. With no electricity at all, the system successfully prevents devastating bridge accidents. The safety system puts down a barrier blocking the entrance of the bridge once the water level starts to rise. Similarly if the bridge collapses, a barrier falls off from the top of the two poles onto the edges of the bridge in a way that it blocks entry of vehicles immediately. Instead of a security guard or police mandatorily blocking the people and traffic, this system proves to be more organized and efficient. It creates zero chaos. The best part about this security system is that it isn?t high maintenance. There have been more than 6 Bridge Collapse, 7 Years and 28 Deaths in bridge accidents that have also heavily affected the country?s economy. All of this can be prevented by the simple implementation of the bridge safety control system.
DIPLOMA IN SAFETY MANAGEMENT:
Candidates who have the zeal to pursue Diploma in Fire and Safety Management course which trains them in handling tiring situations like fire or failure in security measures, this program proves an apt choice for them. Those who possess good leadership abilities, effective communication skills and have the shrewdness to safeguard other?s life can gain benefit from the program which provides a detailed study into the measures to be taken when the calamity strikes.
Diploma in Fire and Safety Management program trains the students in turning them professionally to become skilled fire safety experts enabling them better prospects for a career in the private as well as government sectors. They can go about working in affluent posts in industries, refineries, can opt to be lecturers and trainers at fire safety training institutes, join government fire fighting departments and so on. The average remuneration earned by the students who have successfully completed the course ranges between INR 15,000 to 25,000, which can increase with higher qualification and experience.