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POINTS TO PONDER What would the year 2012 be like? Will it bring a good budget? Will there be enough rain? Will there be elections in the country? Will there be growth in my career? Will there be good news in the family? So many question... mean only one thing... HOPE. Hope is the fuel in the engine of minds. It is contained in the walls of faith. Hope and faith together can move mountains... What else would be a better package to carry forward in the new year.. decide this right now... coz if you choose faith and hope you will have everlasting happiness.. and off course, you will not forget to carry an umbrella, if someone is praying for rain.............

SAFETY CORNER Hindalco Shingrauli : Internal Training on 'Safe Rigging Procedures' to rigging team have been given on 28th October 2011 at Hindalco, Shingrauli. During the training, Safe rigging using Chain, Sling, D-shackle & Hydra and also daily inspection of Lifting tools & tackles were explained.

SGGL, Bhiwadi A Training program, based on “Safety in Welding Work” was organized on 25th October 2011. The objective of this training program was to promote awareness of hazards in the concern work. During the program Mr. Md. Fasihuddin (EHS – Incharge) explained workers about welding work related hazards and their control measures, Unsafe Practices which causes fatal accidents especially in welding work.

First Aid Training at Garima, Tarang, Ishan and Seher Sites, Pune. First Aid Training was given to 17 employees from Garima, 22 from Tarang, 23 from Ishan and 9 employees and 15 laborers from Seher sites respectively. The Training was conducted during the period of 17th October 2011 to 20th October 2011 where Dr. Rocky Makasare explained Methods of First Aid, priorities of First Aid, Artificial Respiration, Chest Compression, How to check Bleeding, Internal Bleeding, Shock Signs, Symptoms and treatment, Bones in Body, Fracture, Muscular system, wounds, Burns and scalds, Poison, Simple injury, transportation, contents of First Aid Box etc.



SAFETY CORNER MRF, Perambalur. Safety Training was organized for Fabricators and erection workers at MRF, Perambalur site on 12th November 2011. Total 8 workers attended this training. Topics like Material handling and Lifting, working at height, Ropes and fasteners were discussed. Also the 'Mass Tool Box talk' was held on 24th October 2011. Points such as Use of P.P.E, Good Housekeeping is vital parts of safety program, Daily Basis Clean Dust –Bin, Drinking Water Tank Cleaning, All the scraps to be shifted to the specified scrap area, Remove all the materials used for shuttering from the work area and shifted to the yard as soon as day work ends or properly stacked at the work place for reuse, Proper Housekeeping shifting all for wood scrap, steel scrap, nails etc. to avoid cut, injury / nail bite, Shifting Material -All Unwanted Materials to be cleared out from the access to avoid fall hazard, Proper construction material stacking to be maintained, Purpose of Barricading, barricading with warning signals, Barricading minimum 1meter/1.5 meter away from the edge of the excavation were discussed during the Mass Tool Box Talk.

Hindustan Zinc, Pantnagar. Training program on 'fire Fighting & Use of Fire Extinguisher and preventions' for workers and staff was conducted on 25th November 2011 at Hindustan Zinc Site where a total of 100 people were trained. During the training, information on Fire Fighting Equipments, Classification of Fire and identification of Fire Extinguishers, Fire detection, Sources of Ignition, Basic fire fighting, Evacuation procedure, safe practices was given to the participants.

Tetra Pak, Chakan Training on 'Emergency rescue operation, fire fighting & first aid' was organized on 21st & 22nd November 2011. The training was conducted by Mr. Arjun Kurade- and Mr. Anant Shinde- assistant Dy. Controller, Civil Defense, Pune Region. Total 30 employees from HR, Accounts, Billing, Structure and Civil Department participated in this Training.



Hindalco, Shingrauli Training on 'Hazard Identification and precaution' for Carpenters was conducted on 1st November 2011. In which 36 candidates were trained.

ART GALLERY A space dedicated to the Artist within every Rohanite... let the hidden talent not remain hidden anymore!! Artist Rohanite Parag Pande Executive HR Pune

Photograph One of You.

Inviting contributions of your finer artistic side for the "Art Gallery".



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ARCHITECTURAL WONDER Golden Gate Bridge The real "Golden Gate" is the strait that the bridge spans. It was first named "Chrysopylae," meaning "golden gate," by Captain John C. Fremont in 1846. Golden Gate Bridge Facts - Size The Golden Gate Bridge was the longest span in the world from its completion in 1937 until the Verrazano Narrows Bridge was built in New York in 1964. Today, it still has the ninth-longest suspension span in the world. A few Golden Gate Bridge facts to illustrate its size: • Total length: Including approaches, 1.7 miles (8,981 feet or 2,737 m) • Middle span: 4,200 feet (1,966 m). • Width: 90 feet (27 m) • Clearance above the high water (average): 220 feet (67 m) • Total weight when built: 894,500 tons (811,500,000 kg) • Total weight today: 887,000 tons (804,700,000 kg). Weight reduced because of new decking material • Towers: » 746 feet (227 m) above the water » 500 feet (152 m) above the roadway » Each leg is 33 x 54 feet (10 x 16 m) » Towers weigh 44,000 tons each (40,200,000 kg). » There are about 600,000 rivets in EACH tower. Golden Gate Bridge Facts - Construction Details One of the most interesting Golden Gate Bridge facts is that only eleven workers died during construction, a new safety record for the time. In the 1930s, bridge builders expected 1 fatality per $1 million in construction costs, and builders expected 35 people to die while building the Golden Gate Bridge. One of the bridge's safety innovations was a net suspended under the floor. This net saved the lives of 19 men during construction, and they are often called the members of the "Half Way to Hell Club."

Golden Gate Bridge Facts - Traffic • Average crossings: About 41 million per year, counting both northand southbound crossings, compared to 33 million crossing the first year it was open • Fewest crossings: January, 1982, during a storm which closed U. S. 101 north of the bridge. On January 6, only 3,921 southbound vehicles passed the toll gates • Most crossings: October 27, 1989, a few days after the Loma Prieta earthquake, when the Bay Bridge was closed. 162,414 vehicles (counting those going both directions) crossed the bridge that day • Total crossings: Through October 30, 2002, the Golden Gate Bridge Highway District reported 1,754,094,967 vehicles had crossed the bridge • Closures: The Bridge has been closed three times for weather, for gusting winds over 70 mph. It closed briefly for visits by President Franklin D. Roosevelt and French President Charles Golden Gate Bridge Facts - Paint • The Golden Gate Bridge's paint color is orange vermillion, also called international orange. Architect Irving Morrow selected the color because it blends with the bridge's setting • The bridge was fully painted when it was first built and then touched up for the next 27 years. In 1965, the original paint was removed because of corrosion and replaced with an inorganic zinc silicate primer and an acrylic emulsion top coat, a project that took 30 years. Today, painters touch up the paint continuously • 38 painters work on the bridge, along with 17 ironworkers who replace corroding steel and rivets

• Steel Facts: » Made in New Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania and shipped through the Panama Canal » Total weight of steel: 83,000 tons (75,293,000 kg) • Cable Facts: » Two main cables pass over the tops of the main towers and are secured in concrete anchorages at each end. Each cable is made of 27,572 strands of wire. There are 80,000 miles (129,000 km) of wire in the two main cables, and it took over six months to spin them » Cable diameter (including wrapping): 36 3/8 inches (0.92 m) » Cable length: 7,260 feet (2,332 m) • Lights: » 128 lights are installed on the bridge roadway. They are 250-watt high pressure sodium lamps installed in 1972 » The 24 tower sidewalk lights are 35-watt low pressure sodium lamps » 12 light illuminate each tower, 400 watts each, and an airway beacon tops each tower




P Mohd Imptiaz Khan, Manoj Bhonsle, Suwarna Rokade, Mahesh Bhagwat, Aniket Shingte , Anjali Potdar, Kashinath Adagale, Prakash Roy, Kishor Kumar Jha, Asim Kumar Roy, Shailesh s. Alhat, Jayraj Dutal, Ganesh R. More, Shantanu Dilip Chinchore, Anil R.Patil, Pavan Malode, Shankar Gaikwad, Somnath Vachakal, Santosh N Made and Sahil Sunil Shah.



Hindalco, Shingrauli Hindalco Shingrauli has achieved 9 Million Safe man Hours without any LTI for the month of October 2011.


Dec 6 - Moharam Dec 10 - Datta Jayanti Dec 25 - Christmas Dec 31 - New Year's Eve



1st December : Khadse Bharat, Karki Govind Singh, Yadav Prakash, Shendage Kashinath, Daleep Raj, Shri Prakash A, Telavekar Ajit, Sonawane Navnath, Satyendra Kumar Prasad, Soni Santosh Kumar, Singh Deepak Kumar, Nath Mrinmoy, Nimbalkar Santosh, Tahir, Shingade Santosh and Rizwan Khan. 2nd December : Narendra Kumar, Ramdasi Prasad & Jadhav Dipak. 3rd December : K B Harish Kumar. 4th December : Malidwale Munaf Nisar. 5th December : Deo Bhalachandra, Sharma Avinash Kumar, Saket Shrawan Kumar, Chidambar L. Tegur, H.P. Rajashekar & Harish G.N. 6th December : Shilwant Sanjay S., Devkar Dnyaneshwar, Mohammed Yaqub Ali and Anil C Antony. 7th December : Ohol Sharad, Phadtare Anil and Ghule Sachin. 8th December : Ram Chander, Ram Lal and Singh Amit Pratap. 9th December : Ranjan Kumar, Raut Navanath and Tambde Amol. 10th December : Rajkishor Raman, Padghan Ravindra, Kharutkar Abhishek, Singh Gyanprakash Kumar, Patil Vikas, Shri Prakash N and Dubey Arvind Kumar. 11th December : Dudhane Suryakant and Gund Mohan. 12th December : Noronha Marian X., Singh Amar, Sengar Brijesh Singh, Pathak Prabhakar Kumar, Pandey Susheel Kumar, Sudnye Santosh, Nishad Sohanlal and Dilip Kandgule. 13th December : Kamble Rajendra, Mishra Prajeshkumar and Singh Deependra. 14th December : Paswan Raj Kumar. 15th December : Rastogi Nand Kishore, Singh Kartar, Ram Kumar Tripathi, Hamid Hasan, Krishna Kumar, Kadu Sagar, Mishra Amit Kumar and Deepak Naidu. 16th December : Naik Vinod and Patil Swapnil. 17th December : Ransing Prashant and Pande Dadasaheb.


20th December : Pandey Umesh, Sabale Somnath P., Gaikwad Shankar and Mandal Nitish Kumar. 21st December : Biswal Janmajay, K.R.Balasubramaniyam, Thakur Ajay Kumar and Md Wasi Alam Ansari. 22nd December : Thorat Ashok and Jain Yashawant Kumar. 23rd December : Wadnere Anand A, Krishna Murthy M G and Smitha. 24th December : Nakade Nilesh and Jain Kunal. 25th December : Biswas Bidhan Chandra, Sontakke Pravin, Jadhav Sachin and Joshi Ganesh. 26th December : Rana Dharmesh C, Rana Shoorvir, Bhave Pravin, Alok Kumar Jha and Pandey Himanshu. 27th December : Raut Rajendra, Dheerendra Kumar and Patil Ravindra. 28th December : G. Krishna Kumar, Lohbare Rahul and Pankaj Kumar. 29th December : Yelkar Mohan, Yadav Arbind Kumar and Khansama Saswat Ranjan. 30th December : Syed Zakir Hassan, Ghosh Dipankar, Khem Raj Upreti and Nath Tapan Kumar. 31st December : Pardeshi Sanjay H, Nair Krishna Sk, Tiwary Arvind Kumar, Das Bangshi, Pramod Kumar and Bangyal Anil Singh.

To the 3 Top Scorers • Raju Saste (90%) from Rohan Mithila, Pune • Ganesh Jamadade (83%) from Rohan Garima, Pune • Sanjay Chougale (82%) from Rohan Mithila, Pune for doing well in the Rohan Quality Manual Training Test held on 17.11.2011. Keep up the good work, we need to do it in your site performance too!

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Issue No. 41, Dec 2011