The core of Nirapon's Safety Management Program is education and training. In the Learning Center, you will find targeted education and safety newsletters, training programs and more developed by Nirapon and used to help reduce risk while empowering factories to achieve a safe workplace.
Education & Training
NIRAPON'S ULTIMATE GOAL IS SUSTAINABILITY OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT WITHIN BANGLADESH FACTORIES. WE WORK IN PARTNERSHIP WITH THE FACTORIES TO DEVELOP A CULTURE OF SAFETY THROUGH A SUPPORTIVE AND EDUCATIONAL APPROACH. AS AN UNDERSTANDING OF SAFETY MANAGEMENT DEVELOPS, THE INDUSTRY WILL BECOME SELF-DIRECTING AND, THEREFORE,
SAFER AND SUSTAINABLE.
Technical Safety Data Sheets
NIRAPON TECHNICAL SAFETY MESSAGE: Technical and Safety Considerations for the Safe Installation of Solar Panels
Prior to the installation of solar panels consideration should be given to the design and weight of the panels. These panels will place a considerable structural loading upon a building. This will include vertical and lateral loading. This means that a design drawing and structural load calculations...
NIRAPON TECHNICAL SAFETY SOLUTION: Solutions For Managing Locked Exits in Factories
The risks and hazards of locking exits should always be discussed with factory management as soon as possible. These guidelines are intended to provide alternative solutions for managing and maintaining safe work environments, recognizing that locking the fire exits...
Case Study: Industrial Boiler Safety
Over the years there has been a history of boiler explosions, caused by either the steam produced in the boiler, or the ignition of the fuel used to heat the water. These accidents have been caused by lack of...
Newsletter Article: How To Boost The Effectiveness Of Your Safety Committee
Many of you already have established Safety Committees within your organization. “Safety is no accident” reminds us that everyone must work hard to maintain workplace safety. Under the current regulations...
Newsletter Article: NIRAPON Safety Bulletin on Air Conditioning Units
There are several reasons why an AC unit may catch fire. These problems influence each other; for example, debris or dust from lack of regular maintenance may cause the air conditioner to overheat, and flammable objects carelessly stored nearby cause the fire to increase.