GSPC Gas hosts awareness programs for fire fighters, villagers and students in Rajkot

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With a fast expanding gas network that caters to houses, hotels, business establishments and factories. GSPC Gas arranged for a series of PNG awareness programmes in Rajkot covering villages, schools, colleges and the firefighting machinery. As on 1st December 2011, the customer base in Rajkot is 73,000 domestic, 143 industrial and 450 commercial PNG connections. Moreover, more than 21 CNG stations arc operational for CNG re-filling in around 12,500 vehicles every day.

Since GSPC Gas is expanding the network, installations and customer base in aggressive manner, ii becomes very essential to spread the awareness amongst customers, citizens and authorities at large in the area of hazards and risks associated in natural gas handling, importance of the clean and environment friendly fuel and the safety measures required. And as a part of this, GSPC Gas - Rajkot team had taken various initiatives and arranged programmes in last few weeks like 'Safety Talks' with villagers and awareness programme for school children.

Safety awareness programmes were arranged in the three villages of Vavdi, Pal, Dholera surrounding Rajkot where GSPC Gas has recently expanded gas pipeline network for domestic PNG connections to the villages. Similar programmes for students of two schools - the Virani High School and the Pathak School were also arranged. Around 450 students of the 8th and the 9th standard participated in the awareness programmes.

Awareness programme for school children and safety talks with villagers focussed on the Do's & Don'ts in handling of natural gas, actions to be taken in case of leakage, fire or emergency, contact numbers of GSPC Gas and the pictures of typical installations. The programme also covered the benefits of natural gas and PNG connections. Teams of HSE, O&M. Project, RoU and C&M officials conducted these programmes.

Safety booklets, emergency instruction and contact cards were distributed to all during all the programmes and sweets were also distributed to school children.

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