Fire Safety Strategy in Transportation: Passenger Ferry – Speech or Presentation Example

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The paper "Fire Safety Strategy in Transportation: Passenger Ferry" is a good example of a presentation on management. SLIDE 2: Line 1: In previous years, the problem in transport vehicle fire safety is not giving much attention by authorities as they are more focused on land structures such as homes and buildings. Line 2: However, after some major incidents at sea, authorities are not giving equal priority to transport vehicle’ s fire safety. Line 3: Based on some reports, the problems in transport vehicles particularly passenger ships are in equipment design, materials used in the construction of the ship, and complete reliance on automation. Line 4: In marine transport vehicles, fire safety is more focused on passenger ferries and ships that contain a large number of travelers. Line 5: This is because the safety of passengers and the chances of survival when a fire occurs at sea is minimal. SLIDE 3: Line 1: It is more dangerous in the ferry because there is no place of safety when a fire occurs. Line 2: This is because there is no escape but the sea and people are likely to drown and freeze to death. Line 3: Evidence shows that there are already thousands of people who died in ferry fire accidents at sea. Line 4: Today, although there a better emergency plan and equipment, travelers are still in danger of fire for a number of reasons such as neglect and human errors. Line 5: Fire is always a problem because until now many people from all ages die in their homes, public places, commercial establishments, cars, trucks, airplanes, and ships because of fire. Line 6: It must be minimized or completely stopped as it brings not only death but considerable losses to the shipping industry. SLIDE 4: Line 1: There a number of fire safety strategies that were designed to prevent and control the spread of fire in ships. Line 2: Laws and regulations are currently regulating materials being used in shipbuilding. Line 3: A number of organizations had and are conducting fire and safety in the marine environment. Line 4: And a number of studies are being done to find the causes of fire and accidents in ships. Line 5: Laws are now requiring shipbuilders to incorporate fire safety into their design. Line 6: Similarly, a number of organizations are promoting a code of safe working practices and safety culture in the marine industry such as regular fire drills and installation of fire safety equipment and devices.    

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