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TRAINING OF TT CREW COVERING REQUIREMENTS UNDER RULE 9 OF CMV RULES 1989 & OISD STD - 154 BY OM SAI MOTOR DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL NOIDA – 201 301 THE DRIVING.

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1 TRAINING OF TT CREW COVERING REQUIREMENTS UNDER RULE 9 OF CMV RULES 1989 & OISD STD - 154 BY OM SAI MOTOR DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL NOIDA – 201 301 THE DRIVING SCHOOL WITH 15 YEARS EXPERIENCE IS ALSO SPECIFICALLY APPROVED THROUGH GAZETTE NOTIFICATION BY THE STATE GOVERNMENT OF UTTAR PRADESH TO IMPART TRAINING AND ISSUE CERTIFICATES UNDER RULE 9 OF CENTRAL MOTOR VEHICLES RULES 1989. WE CONDUCT TRAINING COURSES ALL OVER INDIA FOR TANK TRUCK CREW Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida1

2 CERTIFICATE OF TRAINING OM SAI MOTOR DRIVING TRAINING SCHOOL NOIDA ISSUES CERTIFICATES TO DRIVERS FOR THEIR HAVING SUCCESSFULLY UNDERGONE TRAINING UNDER RULE 9 OF CMV RULES 1989 UNDER AUTHORISATION GIVEN TO IT BY UP STATE GOVERNMENT. THESE CERTIFICATES ARE VALID FOR ENDORSEMENT ON DRIVING LICENSE BY ANY RTO/DTO IN ANY STATE GENUINE TRAINING WITH VALID CERTIFICATION Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida2

3 OUR TRAINING FOCUS OISD Requirement: Training the TT Crew as per OISD Standard –154. Additional Requirement for Accreditation: Cover also the aspects as laid down under Guidelines of MB Lal Committee. Road Safety Requirement: Training the TT Crew as per Rule 9 of CMV Rules 1989 3Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

4 Training Process Lectures & Coaching Films & Videos Demonstration Quiz & Case Studies Hands On Training & Simulation Testing & Certification of Training under Rule 9 Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989 Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida4

5 TRAINING AS PER OISD Standard – 154 HAZARDS OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS. SAFETY MEASURES REQUIRED TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING / TRANSPORTATION OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS BY ROAD. Dos AND DONTs IN TRANSPORTATION. USE OF FIRE EXTIGUISHERS; FIRST AID. ACTION IN EMERGENCY. SAFETY IN LOADING / UNLOADING OPERATIONS. TANK TRUCK FITTINGS AND THEIR USES. UPKEEP OF SAFETY EQUIPMENT PROVIDED WITH VEHICLE. ABOVE REQUIREMENT IS ALSO MET IN TRAINING UNDER RULE 9 OF CENTRAL MOTOR VEHICLES RULES 1989 5Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

6 TRAINING TECHNIQUES LECTURES on Power Point &Video Projections COACHING through Films, Demos & Videos DEMONSTRATIONS Do It Yourself Training CASE STUDIES through FILM SHOWS & Narrations SIMULATION for Hands On Training QUIZ : Competitions & Testing 6Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

7 HAZARDS OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Define flammable & toxic chemicals to understand hazard associated with their transportation. Inbuilt HAZARDS that can destroy LIFE and NATURAL RESOURCES. Capable of producing major accident hazards due to physical & chemical properties. 7Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

8 Emergency Response & Clean Up of OIL SPILLS Leaks from Tanker Trucks can create (i)Fire (ii)Dangerous Traffic Threats (iii)Pollution Threats Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida8

9 Damage that Oil Spills Can Cause Our lecture pertains to spills of about 10 gallons of gasoline, diesel fuel, waste oil, or other engine fluids. This lecture does not apply to spills of chemicals, leaks of polychlorinated biphenyl (PCB) oil, or PCB contaminated oil from electrical equipment, such as transformers. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida9

10 What damage can Oil spills create? (1) All types of petroleum can create traffic hazards by making roads slippery (2) All types of petroleum are mixtures of toxic chemicals that, if not recovered, pose health threats in drinking water wells if they percolate into the ground water. (3).Petroleum can kill aquatic life and wildlife if it reaches surface water through a sewer. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida10

11 What damage can Oil spills create? (4) Gasoline can create severe fire hazards near traffic, in buildings, or in sewers. (5) Gasoline in a sanitary sewer can present explosion threats and disable a wastewater treatment plant's ability to treat sewage. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida11

12 What are the properties of petroleum? 1. Petroleum is a mixture of many chemicals, many of which evaporate quickly. This is especially true of gasoline. That's why it's so flammable and it evaporates quickly from warm pavement. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida12

13 What are the properties of petroleum? (2) Many of the compounds in petroleum are toxic - especially if they are in high concentrations. The chemicals in petroleum that do not evaporate quickly are “biodegradable," which means they can be degraded or “eaten up" by bacteria and other microbes in the soil. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida13

14 What are the properties of petroleum? 3. Optimum degradation occurs if the petroleum is diluted and there is enough air, water and nutrients for the microbes. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida14

15 What are the basic steps in responding to a petroleum spill? Step 1: Stop the spill (a) Turn off nozzles or valves from the leaking container, if it can be done safely. (b) Use a wooden plug, bolt, band or putty on a puncture-type hole. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida15

16 What are the basic steps in responding to a petroleum spill? Step 2: Contain and Recover the Spill If the spill or leak cannot be stopped, catch the flowing liquid using a pan, pail, hubcap, shovel or whatever is available. Spreading sorbent material, such as kitty litter, sand, straw, sawdust, wood chips, peat or dirt from the roadside can stop the flow and soak up the petroleum on pavement. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida16

17 What are the basic steps in responding to a petroleum spill? Step 3: Collect the contaminated sorbent Brooms can be used to sweep up the sorbent material and put it into buckets, garbage cans or barrels or on top of plastic sheeting. Control ignition sources. Fresh granular sorbent such as sand can then be re-spread on a roadway to control the residual slipperiness. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida17

18 What are the basic steps in responding to a petroleum spill? Step 4: Secure the waste The state/local Pollution Control Agency can direct the owners of Tanker on disposal of the wastes. If the spill is a very small spill, sweeping used sorbent onto a road's shoulder is better than leaving it on the roadway or not using sorbent at all. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida18

19 DEFENSIVE DRIVING Driver’s Mistakes – Higher Speed than Recommended – Unsafe Distance from Vehicle in Front – Dangerous Overtaking – Cutting into Wrong Lane – Not Following Lane Driving – Not Following Traffic Signals & Indicators – Not Taking Precautions for Pedestrians – Not Being Alert while driving 19Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

20 Vehicle’s Shortcomings – Brake Failure – Failure of Steering – Leakage: Engine Oil, Water/Coolant – Wrong use of Controls for Vehicle. Environmental Reasons – Bad Light Conditions – Rain, Fog, Mist or Smoke – No Gate on Railway Crossing 20Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida DEFENSIVE DRIVING

21 HAZCHEM Codes (Hazardous Chemicals Codes) HAZCHEM Code (also called Emergency Action Code) gives important information to TT crew and others on the ACTION TO BE TAKEN TO COMBAT/CONTROL FIRE, SPILLAGE OR LEAKAGE IN EMERGENCY INVOLVING HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES. HAZCHEM Code consists of a number from 1 to 4 and any one of the letters – (P, R, S, T, W, X, Y, Z ) followed sometimes by letter E 21Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

22 TREMCARDS (TRANSPORT EMERGENCY CARDS) THEY CONTAIN INFORMATION ABOUT NATURE OF HAZARD, PROTECTIVE DEVICES, TELEPHONE NUMBERS, ACTIONS RELATED TO SPILLAGE, FIRE, FIRST AID ETC TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF EMERGENCY. THEY ARE KEPT IN DRIVER’S CABIN. 22Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

23 MSDS (MATERIALS SAFETY DATA SHEET) MSDS HAS THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION ABOUT THE HAZARDOUS LOAD: CHEMICAL IDENTITY PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA FIRE & EXPOLSION HAZARD DATA REACTIVITY DATA HEALTH HAZARD DATA PREVENTIVE MEASURES EMERGENCY AND FIRST AID MEASURES IN CASE OF (A) FIRE, (B) SPILLS AND (C) EXPOSURES 23Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

24 Emergency Procedure Communication Spillage Handling Use of PPE (PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT) FIRE FIGHTING FIRST AID Toxic Release Control Protection of Wells, Rivers, Lakes etc Use of Protective Equipment 24Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

25 Precautions to be taken at Tank Truck Bays – All vehicles entering Licensed area permanently fitted with CCE Approved Spark arrestor on Exhaust Pipe. – Cut off switch should be in OFF position during Loading/ Unloading. – Earthing of TT to be done to prevent static electricity. – Wheel chokes should be used – Each TT shall have 2 nos 10 Kg. Fire EX 25Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

26 Precautions to be taken at Tank Truck Bays – Leak free connections to be ensured – Unloading to be done under SUPERVISION – Loading arms should be connected / disconnected by the IOC operator only. – NO TT Driver be allowed to leave the vehicle while Loading/ Unloading. – Loading Arms should be properly locked when not in use 26Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida

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41 PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT What is Personal Protective Equipment When to use a Personal Protective Equipment How to use a Personal Protective Equipment How to choose Personal Protective Equipment Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida41

42 Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) IT IS AN EQUIPMENT WHICH IS USED TO PROTECT THE WHOLE BODY OR THE PARTS OF THE BODY FROM INJURY OR DAMAGE WHICH MAY CAUSE IN CONDITIONS LIKE :-  FALLING OBJECTS  HITTING HARD SURFACE  EXCESSIVE NOISE  DUST  FUMES  EXTREME TEMPERATURE  SLIPPAGE  FLASH LIGHTS Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida42

43 Functions of PPE REDUCE RISK OF DANGEROUS OCCURRENCES LIKE BY USE OF SAFETY BELTS PROVIDE A PHYSICAL BARRIER LIKE BY APRON, HELMET, GLOVES, FACE SHIELD ETC. RENDER A HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT FRIENDLY LIKE BY BREATHING APPARATUS, EAR MUFF / PLUG, FACE MASK ETC. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida43

44 PPE required in Hazards PHYSICAL HAZARDS TEMPERATURE, HUMIDITY VENTILATION NOISE/VIBRATION ILLUMINATION ABNORMAL PRESSURE IONISING & NON IONISING RADIATION CHEMICAL HAZARDS FIRE & EXPLOSION POISON/TOXIC CHEMICALS BIOLOGICAL HAZARDS Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida44

45 Prohibition as to Parking No vehicle carrying Petroleum by road shall be parked: (i) On a public road or (ii) In any congested area or (iii) At a place within 9 meters of any source of fire. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida45

46 Prohibitions of Fires and Smoking No fire or other artificial light capable of igniting inflammable vapour shall be allowed on any vehicle carrying petroleum. No Smoking while on or attending such a vehicle. No article or substance capable of causing fire or explosion shall be carried on such a vehicle. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida46

47 Vehicles Carrying POL to be Constantly Attended To Every vehicle which is engaged in the transportation of petroleum by road shall be constantly attended to by at least one person who shall be familiar with the rules for transportation of dangerous and hazardous goods and Petroleum products. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida47

48 Do Not Carry Any Other Load Carriage of other articles is prohibited in vehicles carrying petroleum products No vehicle shall carry any other article while it is carrying petroleum except when authorized in writing by the Oil Depot Manager. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida48

49 Means of Extinguishing Fire to be Carried Portable Fire Extinguishers suitable for extinguishing petroleum fire are to be carried in an easily accessible position and Away from the discharge faucets on every vehicle transporting petroleum by road. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida49

50 DOs of Driving Tanker Trucks Do dip your headlights when behind another vehicle Do drive slowly in rain and fog Do give way to traffic on your right Do get the emission test done periodically Do maintain your vehicle in good condition Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida50

51 DOs of Driving Tanker Trucks Do allow space for vehicles for free left turn - do not block the left lane at junctions where free left is permitted Do slow down when taking a curve Do carry original driving license and registration certificate at all times Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida51

52 DONTs in TT Driving Do not use horn except to avert danger Do not use headlights on well-lit roads Do not use headlights on full beam on city roads Do not weave between traffic lanes Do not drive under influence of liquor Do not park in "no parking" areas Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida52

53 Speed Limits/Safe Stopping Distances VEHICLE SPEED STOPPING DISTANCE (CARS) STOPPING DISTANCE ( TRUCKS) 60 KMPH 73 MTRS 83 MTRS 70 KMPH 91 MTRS 105 MTRS 80 KMPH 111 MTRS 130 MTRS 90 KMPH 133 MTRS 156 MTRS 100 KMPH 157 MTRS 185 MTRS Tanker Trucks are Bigger & Heavier than Cars. So, they need MORE DISTANCE to STOP Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida53

54 Night Driving of Tanker Trucks 40 PERCENT OF ALL COLLISIONS OCCUR IN THE HOURS OF DARKNESS 90 PERCENT OF DRIVER’S REACTION DEPENDS ON VISION AND THE VISION IS SEVERELY LIMITED AT NIGHT. DEPTH PERCEPTION, COLOUR RECOGNITION AND PERIPHERAL VISION ARE COMPROMISED AFTER SUN SET. RUN-OFF-THE-ROAD CRASHES ARE MOSTLY AT NIGHT. DRIVERS CAUGHT BY SURPRISE ARE LESS ABLE TO AVOID A CRASH Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida54

55 Night Driving Accidents: Main Causes THE DRIVER – VISION: NOT WELL AT NIGHT GLARE: CATCHES DRIVER BY SURPRISE FATIGUE: REDUCES ANTICIPATION OF EMERGENCY. THE VEHICLE – HEAD LIGHTS – NOT ALIGNED PROPERLY ARE DANGEROUS OTHER LIGHTS – REFLECTORS, MARKERS, TAIL LIGHTS, BRAKE LIGHTS THE ROAD – POOR LIGHTING POOR SURFACE Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida55

56 Night Driving YOU AS DRIVER MUST BE ALERT OF OTHER DRIVERS IN FRONT OF YOU, ON YOUR LEFT, ON YOUR RIGHT OR BEHIND YOUR VEHICLE - IF THEY CAN NOT KEEP THEIR VEHICLES IN THEIR LANES. THEY MAY BE DRUNK AND CAN CAUSE ACCIDENT. HAVE CLEAN WIND SHIELD AND MIRRORS AT NIGHT. (OLD NEWSPAPERS CLEAN THEM BEST) Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida56

57 NIGHT DRIVING TIPS PREPARE YOUR VEHICLE FOR NIGHT DRIVING. KEEP HEAD LIGHTS, TAIL LIGHTS, SIGNAL LIGHTS AND WINDOWS (INSIDE & OUTSIDE) CLEAN AND DRY CHECK HEAD LIGHTS – AIMED CORRECTLY AND BULBS OK REDUCE YOUR SPEED AND INCREASE YOUR “FOLLOWING DISTANCE”. KEEP HEAD LIGHTS AT LOW BEAMS WHEN FOLLOWING OTHER VEHICLE. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida57

58 NIGHT DRIVING TIPS IF THE ON-COMING VEHICLE DOES NOT LOWER BEAMS FROM HIGH TO LOW, AVOID THE GLARE BY WATCHING THE LEFT EDGE OF THE ROAD AND USING IT AS THE STEERING GUIDE. IF FATIGUED, STOP FOR SNACKS/EXERCISE. IF VEHICLE TROUBLE, PULL OFF THE ROAD. CONTINUED ON NEXT SLIDE Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida58

59 NIGHT DRIVING TIPS IF THE ON-COMING VEHICLE DOES NOT LOWER BEAMS FROM HIGH TO LOW, AVOID THE GLARE BY WATCHING THE LEFT EDGE OF THE ROAD AND USING IT AS THE STEERING GUIDE. IF FATIGUED, STOP FOR SNACKS/EXERCISE. IF VEHICLE TROUBLE, PULL OFF THE ROAD. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida59

60 HAZARDS OF LPG ASPHYXIA COLD BURNS FIRE AND EXPLOSION & BLEVE Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida60

61 Gist of defensive driving – Identify driving hazards – Understand defensive driving techniques – Use defensive driving techniques to prevent accidents and injuries on the road Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida61

62 Driving Safety Statistics: Accidents Data – Someone is injured every 18 seconds – Over 20 Lakh injuries annually are disabling – A person dies in a crash every 11 minutes – Motor vehicle accidents are the most common cause of death – 1 in 4 fatal work injuries involves a vehicle accident Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida62

63 Use the Seat Belt – Saved over 100,000 lives – Prevent crashing into steering wheel, dash, or windshield – Keep you inside vehicle – Protect body organs – Improve chance of remaining conscious – Keep you behind the wheel if you have to swerve or brake suddenly Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida63

64 Avoid Collisions Avoid: – Head-on collisions – Hit from behind – Hitting the driver in front – Side collisions Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida64

65 Keep Alert and Be Prepared – Keep your mind on your driving and your hands on the wheel – Scan the road ahead for problems – Check mirrors frequently – Expect the unexpected – Yield to other drivers who are determined to get there first Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida65

66 Adjust to Weather And Road Conditions – Slow down – Turn on lights and wipers – Increase following distance to 4 seconds – Avoid puddles Continued on next slide Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida66

67 Adjust to Weather And Road Conditions – Beware of misty rain after a dry spell – Be prepared to handle a skid safely – Beware of icy patches Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida67

68 Be Extra Careful at Night – Keep windshield clean to improve vision – Turn lights on 1/2 hour before sunset – Increase following distance to 4 seconds – Be extra careful on curves and at intersections Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida68

69 Be Extra Careful at Night – Switch from high to low beams to keep from blinding other drivers – If you have trouble, pull completely off the road and use flashers Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida69

70 Watch Out for Fatigue – Be especially careful during late night, early morning, and mid-afternoon hours – Stop, take a nap, and drink tea or coffee if you’re tired – Stop every so often over long distances – Avoid medicines that cause drowsiness Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida70

71 Keep Cool in Traffic – Keep your emotions in check – Take steps to stay relaxed – Allow enough time to get there – Don’t provoke other drivers – Report aggressive drivers to Police Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida71

72 Don’t Drink and Drive or Take Drugs and Drive Alcohol and drugs impair: – Ability to determine distances – Reaction time – Judgment – Vision Remember: – Only time, not Nimboo-pani or tea will sober you up Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida72

73 Defensive Driving Techniques: True or False You should keep 2 to 4 seconds behind the vehicle in front. TRUE If you go into a skid, turn the wheel in the opposite direction of the skid. FALSE If you’ve had too much to drink, a couple of cups of coffee will sober you up. FALSE Many drowsy driving accidents occur in mid-afternoon hours. TRUE Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida73

74 Blind Spots A blind spot is where you as a driver lose sight of the vehicles around you Know where a truck driver’s blind spots are: - beside the truck’s doors - directly behind the truck - immediately in front of the truck If you cannot see truck driver in the truck’s mirror, then the truck driver cannot see you Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida74

75 Om Sai Motor Driving Training School wishes you Great Time Ahead Be COOL & Keep Smiling …. Om Sai Motor Driving Training School Noida75


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