Presentation on theme: "We wish you a blessed month of Ramadan and pray to Allah the Almighty for many happy returns of this month."— Presentation transcript:
We wish you a blessed month of Ramadan and pray to Allah the Almighty for many happy returns of this month.
The Home is the most important place where the family members feel more safety and stability. But, there are several possible hazards that may lead to the occurrence of accidents for many reasons such as ignorance and not taking care of prevention and safety measures in the houses in general, and during the holy month of Ramadan in particular. Through the following slides, we provide you some advices and guidelines on home and road safety during this month of holy Ramadan. Our Safety in Ramadan
Please check the validity of canned, frozen or preserved foodstuff and also make sure that there aren’t any changes in the foodstuff’s smell, color or texture. For this reason, please make sure that: The foodstuff has been kept in a clean and closed place or in the refrigerator. The place and the food is clean and neat whenever you dine out. Protection from Food Poisoning
When a fire breaks out in the oil pan: Avoid pouring water into the pan as it ignites the fire. Cover the burning pan by placing the nearest thick lid on the pan or cover it with fire blanket. When a fire breaks out in the trash bin: Cover the burning trash bin immediately with a damp cloth in order to prevent oxygen from igniting the fire. Protection from the Fire in the kitchen
Ensure that a good fire extinguisher is available at your home. Throw the matches to the dust bin only after ensuring the fire on it has been extinguished properly. Don’t leave the children in the kitchen or nearby hot and burning materials or electrical power sources. Don’t put on flowing dresses or nylon mixed wears in the kitchen in order to avoid catching fire. Protection from the Fire at Home
When you Smell Gas Odor Immediately open all doors and windows to reduce concentration of leaked gas. Never use a burning matchstick near a gas cylinder to locate the place of leakage. Avoid switching on the exhaust fan for ventilation and don’t switch on lights as they may serve as points of ignition to the highly inflammable gas.
Do not rush to reach the Iftar place and it is preferred to start enough time before the Iftar time as the period before Iftar is considered as the most vulnerable time for traffic accidents during the holy month of Ramadan. Traffic Safety in Ramadan
Don’t let the children play in the internal roads of the residential areas especially during the night time in order to ensure their safety from traffic accidents. Allow them to play only at designated areas for playing. Traffic safety in Ramadan
Please avoid parking vehicles in such a way that may obstruct traffic movement on the road, especially during the night prayer timings like Taraweeh or Qiyamullail prayers or Iftar gatherings. Traffic Safety in Ramadan
Before crossing the road, please ensure that the road is completely free from vehicles on both sides, especially during peak hours. Please cross the road only through designated areas for crossing. Always remember.. You are responsible for your safety. Vehicle Collision / Hitting Accidents
Please avoid last day shopping for Ramadan and Eid and finish it early enough to avoid traffic jam and parking at no parking areas because of huge rush on the roads. Traffic Safety in Ramadan
The Qatari society celebrates the local fiesta of “Karangao Night” on 15 th night of Ramadan. Hence, please be extra cautious while driving on roads as the children will be walking around residential areas to collect the sweets and gifts offered by neighbors and take enough safety measures in order to avoid traffic accidents. Night of Karangao
Begging is considered as a reprehensible behavior. If you watch somebody begging, please report to Anti-Begging Section at Criminal Investigation Department of the Ministry of Interior on / The approved charity organizations are the official agencies in the country to help the needy and poor people. Begging
What should you do in case of an emergency? In case of any emergency don’t get scared, but act wisely and immediately call emergency No.: 999 Emergency