A Health Camp is organized in TRINANRE Bahadurgarh every year. It isconducted in collaboration with our insurance partner. All the employees from TRINANRE participate in the camp very enthusiastically. This activity is proved to be beneficial and make employees aware of their health.
Eye Checkup Camp
A regular eye test is the best way to protect our eyesight-- and an easy precaution to take-- as many sight-threatening diseases can be cured or slowed if caught early enough. TRINANRE in association with our Insurance partner organized a free eye checkup camp every year which is conducted by top hospitals. . As per today’s working environment, of the ever-increasing expectations for efficiency and performance, good vision is critical to ensure the ability to produce good results so specialists informed the students about the importance of regular eye checkup and gave some tips on caring for and protecting their eyes. They also advised the participants about the special care to be taken while spending long hours in front of computers.
Blood Donation Camp
Organizing blood donation camps is the perfect way to cater to the demand of blood. Everyone wants to contribute towards the society and save lives. Thus, we gave everyone a chance to do something for society. Depending upon the volunteers, we keep organizing such camps and bring smiles to many faces.
In Trinanre Fire Signs are designed to show location of fire-fighting equipment including extinguishers, hose reels and alarms. Portable Fire Extinguishers And Fire Blankets – Selection and Location", specifies fire signs are required to locate fire extinguishers and blankets. Available either in Standard signs white on red
Machinery Operation Signs
Employees who work with machinery can find themselves in hazardous situations where a severe injury might occur to them or someone else. Posting machinery safety signs around the areas in your facility where machines are used can remind equipment operators of the dangers around them and how to protect themselves and others.
First aid kit should contain the following:
Emergency telephone numbers for emergency medical services (EMS) 1092/102/108
Sterile gauze pads (dressings) in small and large squares to place over wounds
Disinfectants like dettol or savlon
Medicines like pain killers (ibuprofen) and antibiotics
Roller bandages to hold dressings in place
Adhesive bandages in assorted sizes
Antiseptic wipes or soap
Barrier devices, such as a pocket mask or face shield