Safety Tips

Safety Tips for Women
Prevent House Theft/Burglary
Safety Tips for Motorcyclist
Safety Tips for Drivers
Prevent Common Cyber Crime
Plastic Money Fraud


  • Be careful while making friends with any unknown person. He/She may cause you harm.
  • Don’t get allured for easily available job, offered by unknown person.
  • Dial 100 in emergency for seeking police help.
  • Don’t meet any unknown person in any unknown place.
  • Don’t divulge your personal details to any unknown in social networking site and share your photographs or phone numbers. It may cause damage to your social reputation and family life.
  • Before engaging domestic worker, verify his/her antecedents.
  • Don’t trust your unknown online friends. They may cheat /blackmail you.
  • If you have a CCTV, place it over the front door for capturing face of every person.


  • Before engaging domestic worker, verify his/her antecedents.
  • Give Details of your domestic workers to your local Police-station.
  • Don’t allow any unknown person to enter in your house.
  • Open the door after confirmation of identity of person.
  • Have a proper eye-hole installed in your front door, so that you can identify the person before opening the door.
  • Have a chain lock inside your front door so that you can partially open the door and verify the stranger before opening the door.
  • Try to install CCTV camera in hidden place inside of your house so that it can cover the entrances. Don’t discuss it with outsiders.
  • Don’t write about your movement in status updating social networking sites (Like Facebook,Twitter, etc.)
  • Keep phone number of your local police and control room of your district administration in your mobile phone.


  • Always wear helmets.
  • Never stop abruptly in traffic. Move to the left and slow down.
  • Adhere to traffic signals, boards and signs.
  • While driving, always carry your driving license and important documents such as your vehicle registration certificate, insurance certificate, road tax & P.U.C. certificate.
  • Do not ride at high speeds. Losing control, your life may be at stake.
  • Don’t use your cell phone while driving. If it is an urgent need, move to the left, halt and make the call.
  • Use the indicator or hand signals when changing lanes.
  • Don’t make children sit on fuel tanks or stand in front of you, the rider.
  • Do not ride or wheel your vehicle on the footpath.
  • Avoid parking on the road. Use pay-and-park islands.
  • While passing a stationery vehicle, allow sufficient clearance for the car doors which may open all of a sudden.
  • Comprehend the signals given by other road users and use the same while riding.
  • Avoid using brakes at turns. If needed, ensure both brakes are applied gently.
  • Do not try and weave your way through stationery or slow moving traffic. It may cause accidents.
  • Always ride with both hands on the handlebar except when signalling.
  • Slow down at zebra crossing and if it is required, do stop.


  • Don’t “Drink and Drive.”
  • Adhere to permitted speed limits.
  • While driving, always carry your driving license and important documents such as your vehicle registration certificate, insurance certificate, road tax & P.U.C. certificate and fitness certificate.
  • Wear seat belts.
  • Don’t use your cell phone while driving. If it is an urgent need, move to the left, halt at any earmarked paring lot and make the call.
  • Use the indicator or hand signals when changing lanes.
  • Irrespective of right of way, stay alert and be considerate to pedestrians, especially senior citizens, handicapped and children.
  • Avoid parking on the road. Use designated parking area.
  • Do not overload your vehicles-be it with luggage or passengers.
  • Avoid sudden braking and harsh acceleration.


  • Don’t use guessable password for your email id and social networking site profiles.
  • Use strong and unique passwords by using capital letter, small letter, special character and number.
  • Don’t use any guessable answer in password forget hints.
  • Try to use two tier authentications for your email ID.
  • If you are victim of offensive mail or picture in your mail Id or social network site or website take a print out and print screen or mail and social network site or website.
  • Always keep the link (URL) of the website, where offensive word or picture was used against you.
  • Don’t open any unwanted mail or attachment. It may cause damage your computer and steal your all including financial details.
  • Don’t show interest on mail for winning unwanted lottery.
  • Don’t go for video calling or chatting with any stranger.
  • Always use ‘https’ sites for online financial transaction.
  • Don’t install any software from unknown publisher.
  • Don’t click on any link from any unwanted/ spam mail.
  • Always try to keep paid antivirus in your computer.
  • Never share your profile details to any unknown.


  • When you are inside the ATM room, don't allow anybody to stay behind you.
  • Don't ask help from an unknown person for withdrawing money from ATM.
  • Don't handover your card to any body.
  • Don't keep PIN number inside thecard cover.
  • Always blackout the CVV number of your card and remember it for future use.
  • Don't give details of your card to anybody over the phone.
  • Please remember bank never ask about your ard detail over phone orby anyother means, except when you directly contact withcustomer care with a pre-defined phone number as noted on the card.
  • Don't handover the photo copy of your card to anybody.
  • Always try to seek help, if necessary, from security guard at ATM counter for withdrawing money.
  • Don't give card detail for taking loan.
  • Change your PIN number regularly.
  • Memorise your PIN number.
  • Please check the keyboard of ATM before using it, so that no glue or stapler pin is sticked with any key of that keyboard.
  • Press cancell button before leaving the ATM counter.

Durga Puja Permission, 2020



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