Health, Hamirpur News, Corona – Mandalayukt inspects Rimjhim Ispat

Bharusuemerpur. Mandalayat Dinesh Kumar Singh of Chitrakootdham Division inspected the Rimjhim steel operating in the industrial city of the city on Tuesday and saw the oxygen system installed at the factory. The necessary guidelines were given to the factory management together with the DM.
After Division Commissioner Dinesh Kumar visited the oxygen facility, factory management gave him information about the capacity of oxygen production, etc. He also tested the reality of refilling oxygen cylinders. The Mandalayukta then received information from the factory management about the oxygen that had been provided so far.
They also learned if the capacity to fill oxygen bottles could be increased. Together with District Judge Dnyaneshwar Tripathi, who was present on site, he gave operations manager Manoj Gupta the necessary guidelines and said that there should be no shortage of oxygen bottles in the Kovid hospitals that were being built in all districts of Mandal together with the Medical College.
The distribution takes place under the supervision of the judge
Bharusoomerpur. Oxygen cylinders in Rimjhim Steel are delivered under the supervision of the magistrate. To this end, the judges are dispatched in eight hours. The above orders were given by the Mandalayukta. It is now required to provide an oxygen cylinder CMO report. Division Commissioner Dinesh Kumar Singh also inspected vehicles carrying oxygen bottles that run out after the factory visit. Operations manager Manoj Gupta said the commissioner took this step for safety reasons. This will only deliver oxygen to those in need.

Bharusuemerpur. Mandalayat Dinesh Kumar Singh of Chitrakootdham Division inspected the Rimjhim steel in the township and observed the oxygen system in the factory on Tuesday. The necessary guidelines were given to the factory management together with the district judge.

After Division Commissioner Dinesh Kumar visited the oxygen facility, factory management gave him information about the capacity of oxygen production, etc. He also tested the reality of refilling oxygen cylinders. The Mandalayukta then received information from the factory management about the oxygen that had been provided so far.

They also learned if the capacity to fill oxygen bottles could be increased. Together with District Judge Dnyaneshwar Tripathi, who was present on site, he gave operations manager Manoj Gupta the necessary guidelines and said that there should be no shortage of oxygen bottles in the Kovid hospitals that were being built in all districts of Mandal together with the Medical College.

The distribution takes place under the supervision of the judge

Bharusoomerpur. Oxygen cylinders in Rimjhim Steel are delivered under the supervision of the magistrate. To this end, the judges are dispatched in eight hours. The above orders were given by the Mandalayukta. It is now required to provide an oxygen cylinder CMO report. Mandalayukt Dinesh Kumar Singh also inspected the vehicles carrying oxygen bottles that run out after the factory visit. Operations manager Manoj Gupta said the commissioner took this step for safety reasons. This will only deliver oxygen to those in need.

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