Nepal’s Labour Act 2074 (2017 AD) also provides workers’ rights somewhere close to those principles. I’m not comparing, however, can’t help but notice poor implementation of the same. Heads-up! concerned authority, regulatory body, enforcement agency, administrative offices, responsible personnel, to say the least; what/where are your findings, inspection, monitoring, records, performance evaluation, corrective actions, reports, etc. so far?
This poster (download link below) is intended for health workers and other personnel on the safety and mitigation measures that need to be adhered to when dealing with medical oxygen. Medical oxygen, either in liquid or gas form, is an oxidizing agent that can result in a fire or explosion if not handled properly. The guidelines are prescribed by the WHO. Click below link for download.
Stray dogs are rampant in the streets of Kathmandu as well as in other major cities of Nepal. To prevent road accidents as well as for the safety of street dogs, the recent initiative to use reflective neckband (for increased visibility during night time) is highly commendable.