HRAWI organises fire safety training for hotels & restaurants in Mumbai


The Hotel and Restaurant Association of Western India (HRAWI) has recently initiated a comprehensive session on Fire Marshals Training for hotels and restaurants in Mumbai at the Fire Brigade Headquarters in Byculla.

The session was conducted by and under the aegis of the Mumbai Fire Chief & Director – Directorate of Maharashtra Fire Services – Dr Prabhat Rahangdale along with A V Parab, Divisional Fire Officer; D S Patil, Assistant Divisional Fire Officer; V N Sangle, Sr. Station Officer; D M Patil, Sr. Station Officer. More than 124 participants attended the programme from different hotels and restaurants across the city.

“The HRAWI thanks Dr Rahangdale and the entire team for curating an invaluable session on fire safety and for raising our knowledge on the subject. This is a much-needed training programme for hotels and restaurants everywhere in the country. The training has helped us tremendously and each participant, a certified Volunteer Fire Marshal is now in a better position to improve and implement the standards of fire safety and to safeguard their establishments in case of fire hazards,” says Gurbaxish Singh Kohli, President, HRAWI.

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