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Wearing helmets, for both driver & pillion is must in our co. for all employees & if in any case anyone of driver or pillion does'nt ,wear helmet, while comimg or leaving the co, we ,deduct, those 1100/- Rs as a penalty against violating the ,safety, norms of co. for that month & issue a …
Yes. Section 11(1) of the Employment Act 1989 as amended by Section 6 of the Deregulation Act 2015 exempts turban-,wearing, Sikhs from any legal requirement to ,wear, a ,safety helmet, in a workplace, including a construction site. The exemption applies only to head protection and turban-,wearing, Sikhs should ,wear, other required personal protective equipment.
The motorcycle Highway Code also has further guidance on ,wearing, a motorbike ,helmet, and ,safety, gear in the United Kingdom. Rule 4. Protective Headgear (1) Save as provided in paragraph (2), every person driving or riding (otherwise than in a sidecar) on a motor bicycle when on a road shall ,wear, …
Statistics from the Insurance Institute for Highway ,Safety, The IIHS is consistently the best source of bicycle fatality statistics on the web. Their picture of a "typical" bicyclist killed on our roads would be a sober male over 16 ,not wearing, a ,helmet, riding on a major road between intersections in an urban area on a summer evening when hit by a car.
Not wearing, a ,helmet, can be a grave mistake. +1. For ,safety, for all, ,wear, a ,helmet, in case you fall. +1. You will need help if you don’t ,wear, your seat belt. 0. Don’t leave your life on the road. 0. Stay away from Hell on earth, Protect yourself with ,Helmet,. 0.
The 2001 Road ,Safety, Task Force recommended increased penalties for non-use of ,helmets,. These recommendations have been adopted to improve road ,safety, and reduce the road toll. The adopted recommendations include higher fines and over long weekends, double demerit ,points,. View a list of ,helmet, offences.
The Demerit ,Points, Scheme is a national program that allocates penalty ,points, (demerits) for a range of driving offences. The scheme is designed to encourage safe and responsible driving. Along with financial penalties, demerit ,points, provide a strong incentive to drive within the law.
That was my ,point,, putting in bike lanes was just an example, we focus too much on ,helmets, and ,not, on dozens of other ,safety, issues in cycling – crasic Oct 26 '10 at 21:40 I believe the BMA (British Medical Association) cite this as one of the reasons they don't support compulsory ,helmet, use - it would deflect the bike ,safety, issue away from what would be really useful - physical segregation ...