Public Places


Cinema - Malls:

There are stringent laws and guidelines by the Central Govt,.,State and local governing bodies pertaining to safety standards.Despite this most of the cinema halls, malls and commercial establishments are not adequately prepared to face an unforeseen disaster like a fire,earthquake or man made incidents of terror.Furthermore some establishments do not even maintain simple safety and hygiene standards which will have adverse effect on the visitors health and personal safety.

Who ever is at fault,it is the victim,who finally faces harm and sometimes,irreparable damage. The people at the receiving end of a possible disaster should take minimum steps and caution which will help reduce the negative impact of a disaster. People should advertently follow safety rules and act spontaneously to incidents, specifically in the case of girls' personal safety at public places.

Who ever is at fault,it is the victim,who finally faces harm and sometimes,irreparable damage. The people at the receiving end of a possible disaster should take minimum steps and caution which will help reduce the negative impact of a disaster. People should advertently follow safety rules and act spontaneously to incidents, specifically in the case of girls' personal safety at public places.



Tips:

Here are few safety tip for people visiting or working in cinema halls malls and commercial premises.

  • Pick pocketing is common in crowded places, secure your wallet and avoid wearing expensive jewelry.
  • Maintain space in the crowd , don’t crush-on to each other.
  • Do not visit cinema halls / malls which do not have adequate fire and life safety system.
  • While occupying your seat in cinema hall or in an auditorium check underneath the seat . If you find any suspicious object inform the security personnel.
  • Identify and have a clear idea of Exit and Emergency Exit points of the public places you visit.

Stampede

  • Most of the stampede casualties occur due to unnecessary panic generated among the mass.
  • If you observe a panic situation around, first be calm and observe and confirm the reason then act thoughtfully.
  • Have a clear idea of Exit routes, do not run, walk briskly.
  • Do not stop and stay at exit point . Keep exit point clear.
  • Avoid shoulder to shoulder movement in queue.
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