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At DLF, safety is non-negotiable. DLF has tied up with Dupont to train each employee on safety procedures. Security in the mall is managed by trained personnel and electronic surveillance support is in place to make DLF Promenade a safe place. Every entry and exit inside the mall is manned by trained guards, CCTV room is manned with an expert operator, and sniffer dog teams and Quick Response Teams (QRT) are also in place to proficiently handle any crisis situation. Government agencies also provide support by deploying guards on their intelligence. Panic Buttons have also been installed in the parking to provide safe environment to the women shoppers.

Safety Carnival

In an effort to strengthen the safety culture even further, DLF Promenade conducts Safety Carnival involving the local community through RWA and educational institutions. With the goals aligned and vision focused on the route ahead, both the event is an unswerving initiative to keep oneself well informed about their surroundings and to steer them well on individual safety. The main objective of this Safety Carnival is to engage the crowd coming to the mall with an aim to assist and guide them on being healthy, knowledgeable, and safe in the midst of today’s dire environment. The initiative also includes fire safety demonstrations; women safety training; basic life saving techniques, kitchen safety trainings and safety trainings for housekeeping and security staff.

Fire Safety Week 14 - 20 April 2016

The Fire Service Week (FSW) is observed nation-wide under the guidance of the Fire Adviser, Ministry of Home Affairs, Govt. of India during April 14 - 20. This is in remembrance of the lives lost in the devastating fire that erupted and the explosions that followed on 14th April, 1944 at the Victoria Dock in the Bombay Port and also to prevent fire in all industries.

The National Safety Council (NSC) has been promoting the FSW Campaign since 1999 with a view to propagate Fire Safety awareness amongst employees, their families and the public.