After employee's death, Air India makes use of seat belts mandatory for staff

Miss Alone

Prime VIP


Soon after one of its employee, a 36-year-old air hostess Shakambari Zutshi succumbed to injuries post a deadly accident on her way to Delhi's Terminal 3, Air India has issued a circular to ask its employees particularly the in-flight service department urging them to use the seat belt in the car.
The circular that was issued by Captain Sameer and has been obtained by India Today says it is meant not only for regular employees but also those who are on contract with the carrier. The circular makes it mandatory for all using office cabs to use seat belts.
DECISION CAME AFTER DEATH OF AIR HOSTESS

This decision has come after a 36-year-old air hostess, working with Air India, died in a road accident on Friday as her office cab rammed into another vehicle in a pile up on Rajokri flyover in the southern part of the national capital.

Shakambari Zutshi was travelling towards the IGI airport from her residence in Faridabad when her office cab met with an accident on NH-8 in the wee hours.
The Indigo cab she was riding in rammed into an Innova that in turn hit into a goods truck.
 

kit walker

Prime VIP
Staff member
Good decision by AIRINDIA. Viase sabh nu hi seat belt lagani chahi di hai. Even in rear seat. Kai lok maut de mujh vi chale gaye jehre seat belt kar ke bach sakde si.
 
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