3. DRIVER SAFETY
∗ Do pre ,on drive, post inspections of the vehicle.
∗ DO always wear your seat belt.
∗ DO keep children in tested and approved car seats
∗ DO review the official rules of the road for your
jurisdiction periodically, and follow them always.
∗ DO follow the speed limits.
∗ DO pay attention when you are driving, even if you
are familiar with the area.
∗ DO be courteous toward other drivers.
∗ DO give pedestrians the right-of-way in crosswalks.
∗ DO keep an emergency roadside kit in your car for
bad weather conditions and accidents.
∗ DO make sure that your spare tire is in your car and
that you have a working jack.
∗ DO make time for routine preventative maintenance
on your car. Breakdowns can be dangerous and
∗ DO plan your route out in advance for long car trips.
Keep a map or atlas in the car in case you get lost.
∗ DON'T drink and drive, and don't get in a car with a driver
who has been drinking or using drugs.
∗ DON'T make assumptions about what other drivers are
going to do.
∗ DON'T tailgate other cars, pass on shoulders, fail to yield,
run stoplights or stop signs (even if no one else seems to be
around), or break any other rules of the road on purpose. If
you act like you are above the law when you operate a car,
you will sooner, rather than later, find out that you are not.
∗ DON'T play your car stereo so loudly that you are disruptive
to others, or so loudly that you are unable to hear train
signals or emergency vehicle sirens.
∗ DON'T talk on your cell phone and drive at the same time.
∗ DON'T engage in other activities, while driving, that distract
your attention or reduce your reaction time. Eating,
changing clothes, or putting on makeup while driving is
∗ DON'T treat a car like it is a toy. It is not.
∗ Don't use your car to play chicken, race, or give another car
a friendly "tap."
∗ DON'T let your emotions and frustrations get the best of
you. Don't engage in road rage, no matter how irritating
another driver might be to you.
∗ DON'T leave valuables in your car, especially in places where
they can be seen, no matter where you are parked.
5. Pre-Drive Inspection
P = PETROL/GASOLINE/ALTERNATIVE FUELS (CHECK FUEL)
O = OIL (CHECK OIL LEVEL & TEMPREATURE)
W = WATER (WATER LEVEL)
E = ELECTRICTY (CHECK ALL, LIGHTS,BATTERY,CABLES)
R = RUBBER (TYRE,SPARE TYRE,)
ON DRIVE INSPECTION
If found any, stop immediately, rectify and proceed.
LOOK LISTEN FEEL
Look :- look for warning signs from the panel.
look for involuntary movement of any parts.
Listen :- listen for unusual sound ,warning sounds.
Feel :- feel any vibration ,pullover to sides, unusual movement
7. Post-Trip Inspection
∗ Service brakes
∗ Parking brake
∗ Steering mechanism
∗ Lighting devices and
∗ Windshield wipers
∗ Rearview mirrors
∗ Coupling devices
∗ Wheels and rims
∗ Emergency equipment
If found any faults ,call the service center and submit the vehicle
and rectify before taking another drive.
10. 1. How far ahead should you scan your intended driving
A. 0-2 seconds D. 16-18 seconds
B. 2-4 seconds E. 20-22 seconds
C. 10-12 seconds
2. What is the recommended safety cushion for vehicles
you are following?
A. 3 seconds D. 6 seconds
B. 4 seconds E. 7 seconds
C. 5 seconds
C. 10-12 seconds
A. 3 seconds
11. 3. When stopping behind another vehicle, what should you
be able to see?
A. Tail lights of vehicle ahead D. Rear tires of vehicle ahead
B. Bumper of vehicle ahead touching the ground
C. Rear tires of vehicle ahead E. 15 feet of ground behind
the vehicle ahead
4. The recommended delayed starting time at a light is?
A. Delay not recommended D. 5 seconds
B. 1 second E. 7 seconds
C. 3 seconds
5. Proper seatbelt use reduces the likelihood of fatal or
serious injuries by:
A. Does not reduce likelihood C. 24% E. 44%
B. 14% D. 34% 10/11/201511
D. Rear tires of vehicle ahead
C. 3 seconds
ALWAYS HAVE A PLAN
If an Accident Occurs:
∗ Protect the area
∗ Care for the injured
∗ Notify Authorities
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY :-
Police :- 999
Ambulance :- 998
Fire :- 997
INCASE OF EMERGENCY INSIDE REFINERY PREMISES.
Safety every day is ADRD way.
Emergency no. fire control room : - 02-60 26333
Emergency no. main control room : - 02-60 26444
Refinery shift control mobile no : - 050-4433018
13. Safety Equipment
First Aid Kit containing synthetic vinyl (non-latex) gloves
Charged Fire Extinguisher (must be in the green zone)
Seat Belt Cutter (recommend putting the cutters on the key
chain so it is easily found when needed)
14. ∗ Know the driving hazards you can face
on the road.
∗ Maintain your vehicle in good condition.
∗ Always wear a seat belt.
∗ Follow traffic rules and obey signs
∗ Be a safe and defensive driver every day.
∗ Know how to react on an emergency situation.
15. It’s Your Life, Protect It!
Buckle Up Every Time You Drive