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Second UN Global Road Safety Week Road Show

As part of our contribution towards the Second UN Global Road Safety Week (6-12 May 2013) whose theme is Pedestrian Safety, The Department of Road Safety Management (DRSM) in partnership with Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP ZA) has hosted a Road Safety Road Show from the 6- to 10 May 2013 in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. The schools that have participated are located near or along Bangiso Drive. These are Sakumlandela Primary School, Intwasahlobo Primary & Sobambisana Primary.

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Partnership to save lives of small children in the Du Noon community


On the 3rd May 2013, Chevron South Africa announced its collaboration with the Global Road Safety Partnership (GRSP) to address road safety education in the Western Cape, specifically in the Du Noon community.

The Du Noon community situated alongside the N7, one of the Western Cape’s busiest transport routes, has a high prevalence of road accidents and incidents of pedestrian fatalities, making it an ideal candidate for a road safety intervention.

 

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UN Global Road Safety Week

The UN Global Road Safety Week is to be held 6-12 May 2013. This year the theme is pedestrian safety.

The objective of the UN Global Road Safety Week is to draw attention to the urgent need to better protect pedestrians worldwide, generate action on the measures needed to do so, and contribute to achieving the goal of the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011-2020.

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Drive responsibly this Easter weekend

GRSP ZA Team would like to wish you all a happy and safe Easter weekend! Drive responsibly…

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-Obey the posted speed limits.

-Wear your seatbelt and ensure that your passengers do the same. Seatbelts save lives and can prevent serious injuries in the event of a collision.

-Keep your eyes on the road and refrain from using hand-held electronic devices. A distracted driver is four times more likely to be involved in a collision.

-Be a sober driver — no matter what mode of transportation you are using.

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