Arrive Alive Website

The construction of the web site has been inspired by the efforts worldwide to promote road safety and the need for public awareness. The power of the internet as an educational tool cannot be disputed and the creation of a high quality information portal will compliment the sterling work that has been done by the Ministry of Transport to date. It is not the intention of the developers to divert any attention away from the Arrive Alive campaign or to pass-off as the official Arrive Alive website, but rather to enhance and provide more information on these and other international efforts to improve road safety.

 Read more on the Arrive Alive Website.


Bakwena is a relatively new company, from an operational perspective, but has already touched the lives of thousands of motorists - by providing them with a safer and more efficient road, assisting in roadside emergencies and introducing electronic toll collection to South Africa.

Bakwena signed the Concession Contract to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Bakwena N1N4 Toll Road on the 4th October 2000 and achieved Effective Date, otherwise referred to as Financial Close, on 28 August 2001, the day on which the Concession Contract commenced.

For mor information on Bakwena please click here.

Born Fabulous

Born Fabulous is a supplier of STOKKE & Bugaboo baby products - premium quality strollers, baby carriers, car seats & high chairs etc.

For more information on Born Fabulous please click here.

BP Southern Africa Pty Ltd

BP’s Commitment to Road Safety 

One of the most dangerous work activities people carry out is driving. Research indicates that generally over one third of traffic accidents involve someone who is at work at the time. Apart from the loss of lives and injuries, these accidents represent serious economic burden in direct and indirect costs.

In order to reduce accidents BP introduced the Driving Safety Standard. Since adopting the Driving Safety Standard in January 2004, incidence of vehicle related fatalities and serious injuries have reduced across BP operations.

The intent of BP’s Driving Safety Standard is to ensure a formal approach to managing driving risk for its employees and for its Companies in respect of BP vehicles. The further intent is to recommend that a comprehensive driving standard be adopted by Non-BP Companies whose employees are members of the workforce. This Driving Safety Standard is deliberately prescriptive. The aim is to reduce the number of vehicular accidents and fatalities.

The Driving Safety Standard is designed to reduce the number and frequency of driving related accidents and fatalities and improve safety performance by reducing both the risk to which BP employees are exposed and the potential for harm to members of the public.

This BP Driving Safety Standard covers mandatory safety measures and precautions to be followed while operating or within a vehicle while on BP business. The Driving Safety Standard has universal application across the Group. Every group activity, administrative or operational, involves transporting goods or people. Hence this Standard will apply to:

  • Every BP employee driving any vehicle on BP business.
  • All BP vehicles.
  • BP employees travelling on BP business where applicable.

The Driving Safety Standard is mandatory in all Business Segments, Functions and Regions and is recommended to all non-BP Companies whose employees drive for and on behalf of BP.

In the event of a conflict between this Standard and a relevant law or regulation, the relevant law or regulation shall be followed. If the Standard creates a higher obligation, it should be followed as long as full compliance with the law or regulation is also achieved.

The Driving Safety Standard requires compliance with the following 10 Elements:

1. The vehicle shall be fit for the purpose, and shall be maintained in safe working order, with seatbelts installed and functional.
2. The number of passengers shall not exceed the manufacturer's specification for the vehicle.
3. Loads shall be secure and shall not exceed the manufacturer’s specification and legal limits for the vehicle.

4. Drivers shall be appropriately assessed, licensed, trained, and medically fit to operate the vehicle.
5. Drivers shall be appropriately rested and alert.
6. Drivers shall not use a mobile phone or other two-way communication device while operating the vehicle.
7. In specific higher-risk countries risks of the journey shall be assessed and journey risk management policy & plans in place.
8. Seatbelts shall be worn by all occupants at all times whenever a vehicle is in motion.
9. Drivers shall not be under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or any other substance or medication that could impair their ability to drive.
10. Safety helmets shall be worn by rider and passengers of motorcycles, all terrain vehicles (ATVs), snowmobiles and similar types of vehicle.

For more information on the BP Southern Africa R300 highway programme click here

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The Child Accident Prevention Foundation of Southern Africa (CAPFSA) will promote optimal health and development of all children in South Africa, via their Childsafe program. CAPFSA aims to reduce intentional and unintentional injuries of all severity through research, education, environmental change and recommendations for legislation. To achieve this we work in co-operation with government, industry, non-governmental and community based organization, community groups and individuals. CAPFSA believes that every child has a right to grow and flourish in a safe environment without the threat of being hurt.

Thousands of children in South Africa under the age of 18 die of unnatural causes every year due to road accidents, drowning, burns, poisoning, falls, choking and suffocation. Hundreds of thousands are injured.

Read more on Childsafe.

Cross Border Road Transport Agency

The Cross Border Road Transport Agency is a Government Entity that manages the cross border road transport industry.

Our New Vision:  A leading Cross Border Road Transport Agency within the SADC region

Our New Mission: To spearhead social and economic development within the SADC region through facilitating unimpeded cross border road transport movements. 
The values that embody the organizational culture of the Cross Border Road Transport Agency include:

  • Integrity - we are professional, honest, fair and do not tolerate crime, fraud and corruption.
    • Transparency - we are open and accountable in our interactions with our stakeholders and staff. 
  • Reliability - we are dependable, trustworthy and value our customers.
    • Efficiency - we are innovative and passionate about performance.
    • Effectiveness - we achieve our set goals and objectives with desired outcomes.
    • Social responsibility - we seek to contribute towards the greater good of our country and continent by supporting social development and economic growth.

For more information on CBRTA click here

Drive More Safely

When a road crash claims the life of a loved on a family is scarred for life. Drive More Safely was founded in a bid to try and prevent more families to experience the devastation of losing a loved one to a road crash.

Join us on our journey to make our roads a safer place to be on.

Drive More Safely is a registered NPO and works effortlessly towards safer roads and proper trained drivers. Our fully equipped training centre in situated in the beautiful South Peninsula where we have a computer lab where our community can obtain learner licence training, driver training in our K53 training yard and to ensure that our learner drivers are safe, responsible and competent, we include Hazard Perception training into our training programme. Our Youth programme runs over a year and includes Mechanical Competency and a First Aid diploma. At Drive More Safely we believe that education is the key to safer roads.

We proud ourselves in our “Child safety in the Vehicle” campaign which to date has handed out +/- 200 child safety seats to families who cannot afford these seats. We have been actively involved in the awareness towards child safety in moving vehicle and getting the law changed to ensure all children are safely strapped in. Become a partner in this campaign by donating your used child safety seat to us and we will hand it over to a needy child. Seats can be dropped off at  Imperial or email us.

Our “Child in traffic” programme assists children from 3 to 8 years old to become pedestrian wise. Our equipment is mobile so feel free to contact us and we will gladly visit your school, pre-school or function to empower our kiddies to be pedestrian wise.

Yearly Drive More Safely, together with WHO, remembers the thousands of lives lost on our roads by creating awareness on WORLD REMEMBRANCE DAY FOR ROAD CRASH VICTIMS every 3rd Sunday in November. So in 2012, light a candle for your loves one and encourage others to do the same in their area. Contact us if you need some information.

“TAKE A BREAK”, our December campaign on the N1. Contact us for more information.

Drive More Safely encourages you to take responsibility when you are behind the controls of a vehicle. Together we can make our roads a safer place to be on.

Contact details:

Cell: 081 311 3223

Fax: 086 540 2066

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Imperial Holdings is a JSE listed South African-based international group of companies active predominantly in three major areas of mobility: consumer and industrial logistics; vehicle import, distribution, dealerships, retail, rental and aftermarket parts; and vehicle-related financial services. Imperial employs over 52 000 people who generate revenues of over R100 billion in Africa, Europe, South America, Australia and the United States through five major divisions which operate under separate management structures to enable decentralised entrepreneurial creativity within the group's clearly-defined strategic, capital, budgetary and governance principles. Imperial strives for focused value creation and leadership in its chosen markets by allocating capital and resources to those organic and acquisitive growth opportunities that will enhance and be enhanced by the group's existing assets and capabilities.

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MasterDrive is an Advanced Driver training company up-skilling in excess of 1500 candidates monthly. In addition to its national footprint (which is growing to include neighbouring countries) it facilitates training across Southern and other parts of Africa. In addition to being accredited by the relevant SA training standards authorities it has partnerships – and this accredited - with leading Driver Training institutions in the UK and Europe.

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Monash University South Africa

The Mission of the Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion Research Node, Monash South Africa, reflects the Mission Statement of the Monash University Accident Research Centre - which is

To conduct high quality public health injury prevention research and educational programs relevant to the challenges faced by contemporary Africa, and in so doing, engage and challenge government, industry and citizens to act collectively to eliminate serious health losses due to injury.

It is this research excellence and commitment to the safety of the global population that has made the Research Node an acknowledged and respected leader in preventing injuries and injurious events across a range of settings from the road and workplace, as well as the home, school and sporting areas, and acute care rehabilitation. Road safety continues to be the cornerstone of transportation injury prevention activities. Read more

National Council for Persons with Physical Disability South Africa (NCPPDSA)

The National Council for Persons with Physical Disability South Africa (NCPPDSA) was established on 9 October 1939 under the name of the National Council for the Care of Cripples in South Africa by four (4) independent service organizations that felt the need for a coordinating body. Seven (7) independent Provincial Associations and four (4) Regional Associations from the remaining two (2) of the nine (9) Provinces of the country, now constitute the Council. These eleven (11) organizations have ninety (90) independent Branches of which at least half are concentrated in Gauteng and the Western Cape Provinces.

The vision of the council is to live in a society where people with physical disabilities are enabled to exercise their full rights as citizens and the incidence of physical disabilities is minimized.

Read more on the NCPPDSA.

QuadPara Association South Africa

GRSP ZA is privileged to have as a member, the QuadPara Association of South Africa (QASA). With road accidents being one of the main causes of disability in South Africa, QASA finds purpose in promoting road safety programmes in South Africa.

QASA was established in 1978. One of the organisations main objectives is develop the capacity of quadriplegics and paraplegics and provide projects and services to empower the membership. The prevention of spinal cord injury is also high on the agenda of QASA. The aim of QASA's intervention in the disability sector is to ensure that the disabled have easy and affordable access to equipment and devices that helps to develop their skills and independence. Ari Seirlis is the Director of QASA and represents GRSP ZA as a board member and director.

Radio Pulpit

Radio Pulpit is a Christian Community radio station with a widespread footprint. More than 150,000 listeners daily tune in to Pulpit on 657 AM and DSTV Channel 882, making it the preferred Christian media partner of the day.

For more information on Radio Pulpit please click here.

Road Traffic Management Corporation

The Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) commenced its operations in 1995. The main purpose of the corporation is to combine the resources from all government entities involved with road traffic management in South Africa.

One of the core functions of the RTMC is to promote road safety through road traffic law enforcement, education and training. The GRSP ZA and the RTMC support eachothers efforts to address the road safety challenge in South Africa by utilising the knowledge, advice and support from experts from each organisation to strengthen road safety initiatives throughout the country.

The main goals of the Enforcement, Education and Training department at the RTMC is to

  • To harmonise road traffic law enforcement between authorities and all spheres of government
  • To manage, co-ordinate and oversee road traffic safety communication and education programmes and campaigns
  • To manage and co-ordinate the effective, efficient and uniform training of road traffic officials in South-Africa

For more visit the RTMC website


SAMRO is a Level 1 Member of the World Rescue Organization **

SAMRO is an educational organization with a mission of “Prepare today’s rescuers…to succeed at tomorrow’s challenges”. We also focus on the Post crash phase pillar workshops of  Road safety for emergency s first responders.

SAMRO has identified one key element to improve the outcome of vehicle crashes. We focus our support on civilian drivers who stop and render aide, the occupants involved in the motor vehicle crash (MVC), and the rescuers who respond to their call for help.

We focus on public education & awareness for the general population. By supporting people how to identify why accidents happen and what they can do to prevent them will help SAMRO accomplish its mission by reducing the number of MVCs in the first place. However, SAMRO realizes that prevention will only go so far and training for rescuers is imperative to its success.

SAMRO, as a Non-Profit-Organization we plan to integrate corporate support into public service by subsidizing training costs with sponsorship and donations. SAMRO provides first responders with state of the art training information in new vehicle rescue theories and by standardizing the existing training techniques. Vehicle manufacturers improve on design, construction, and safety components every day.

Our mission is to bring this information to the first responder to increase proficiency and ultimately save lives.

SAMRO realizes it is not alone in its commitment to saving lives which is why

SAMRO is an organizational member of, and networks with, the World Rescue

Organization (WRO). The WRO is an international organization whose goal is to improve new vehicle hazard awareness to reduce secondary injuries to patients and rescuers.

Our Mission

The mission of the South Africa Medical Rescue Organization is to provide a progressive, comprehensive and cost-effective vehicle rescue experience to emergency medical, fire service and law enforcement professionals.

Through the use of the latest innovative teaching techniques and tools, delivered by motivated and experienced instructors, a positive learning environment will be created to help provide better service delivery to our customers, increase rescuer safety and reduce injuries and death.

Code Of Ethics

As members of the South Africa Medical Rescue Organization, we recognize the importance of making known to our clients, sponsors and to the general public that all business practices will adhere to a strict Code of Ethics.

This Code will embody several key ethical principles and responsibilities to help guide the SAMRO Vehicle Rescue Association in a fair and unbiased manor.

The principles of this Code are expressed in broad statements to guide ethical decision making. These statements will provide a framework to help enforce and support the SAMRO Vehicle Rescue Association’s mission and purpose.

As a SAMRO executive officer, instructor or member we will….

  • Provide the highest level of professionalism and courteously to fellow members, clients, sponsors and the general public at all times.
  • Support and respect the principle of diversity of all cultures and avoid harm to others.
  • Be honest and trustworthy when conducting SAMRO business and provide full disclosure of all pertinent information that might lead to conflicts of interest.
  • Be fair and take action not to discriminate on the basis of race, sex, religion, age, disability, national origin, or other such factors.
  • Honor all contracts, agreements and assigned responsibilities.
  • Strive for excellence by maintaining and enhancing professional knowledge and skills and by encouraging further professional development of co-workers by fostering positive networking aspirations.

Adherence of SAMRO members to this Code of Ethics is highly encouraged.

However, if a member does not follow this Code by engaging in gross misconduct, membership in SAMRO may be terminated. Not only is it important for SAMRO members to adhere to the principles expressed in this Code, each member should encourage and support adherence by other members

Seatbelt Medic

Seatbelt Medic is a neat and compact Medi-Wallet, designed to attach to a motor vehicle seatbelt. The purpose of Seatbelt Medic is to provide life-saving medical information of the bearer in the event of an emergency. The Medi-Wallet will assist paramedics to rapidly respond, medical treatment received during the "golden hour" contributes towards Saving Precious Lives!

For more info on Seatbelt Medic please click here.

Shell South Africa (Pty) Ltd

Our Commitment to Health, Safety and Environment

Shell Southern Africa's Commitment to Health, Safety and the Environment.

In Shell Southern Africa we are committed to: 
Pursue the goal of no harm to people
Protect the environment
Use material and energy efficiently to provide our products and services
Develop energy resources, products and services consistent with these aims
Publicly report on our performance
Play a leading role in promoting best practice in our industries
Manage HSE matters as any other business activity
Promote a culture in which all Shell employees share this commitment
In this way we aim to have an HSE performance we can be proud of, to earn the confidence of customers, shareholders and society at large, to be a good neighbour and to contribute to sustainable development.

For further information go to Shell Southern Africa website 

South Africa National Road Agency Ltd

The South African National Roads Agency Ltd (SANRAL) was established in April 1998 by an Act of Parliament as an independent statutory company operating along commercial lines and at arm’s length from Government. The purpose of the company, which is registered in terms of the Companies Act is to finance, improve, manage and maintain the national road network of South Africa.

SANRAL's commitment to improving the roads is evident in the reconstruction of the R300 highway nad their road safety programme initiatives which are implemented in the communities and schools surrounding this highway. Read more

South African Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors (SAFCEC)

Making a difference in the industry

SAFCEC is the leading voluntary employer’s organisation for the civil engineering contracting industry in South Africa registered under the Labour Relations Act (Act nr 66 of 1995) as amended. Although they are united by their professionalism and desire to collaborate, they offer their members different areas of expertise and outlook. At SAFCEC they acknowledge that their members are diverse. They support them by meeting their individual needs for Human Resources & Industrial Relations, Training, Transformation & Development, Health & Safety, Contractual and Economic advice, irrespective of their size, so that they can stay informed and operative in an ever changing demanding environment. At SAFCEC, they enable their members to deliver a professional construction service by assisting them in taking care of their employees’ safety and welfare, the environment and the community so that they can provide a foundation for our country’s development.

Who is SAFCEC?

SAFCEC goes back to 1939 when they were founded as the South African Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors, supporting established and emerging contractors, whether they are small, medium or large contracting companies, in the civil engineering sector. They strive to represent the interests of the civil engineering construction industry in order to provide a foundation for our country’s development.

Vision: To be the leading member serving, Civil Engineering Employer’s representative body in South Africa.

For more information on SAFCEC click here or contact them on their contact details below:

Tel: +27 11 409 0900

Fax: +27 11 450 1715

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South Africans Against Drunk Driving (SADD)

The SADD objective is to "create awareness of the Drinking and Driving problem in South Africa and to try to combat the use of alcohol and drugs by road users by working with the authorities to enforce the laws governing this abuse more strictly, and to educate the public about alcohol and drinking and driving/walking." Drunk driving in South Africa is a growing challenge for road safety educators and law enforcers. According to Caro Smit, Founder of SADD, "over 60% of the 18 000 deaths a year on the road are associated with alcohol induced drivers and/or pedestrians."

SADD is active within universities in South Africa through their peer educators and trainers. Through alcohol education courses implemented in the Universities, SADD informs the youth about the dangers of alcohol abuse.

The Department of Education (KZN) has partnered with SADD this year on implementing workshops in schools. This initiative shares information with each school by disseminating a specialized alcohol education Trainers Manual, with Practical worksheets, as well as the Soul City "Alcohol and You" Booklet, and a pamphlet on SAB's "Talking Alcohol." Read more

Southern African Institute of Driving Instructors (SAIDI)

Southern African Institute of Driving Instructors (SAIDI) is a non-profit making organisation which was started 36 years ago as the "umbrella body" for driving instructors, as a training institution to set standards in the industry.

SAIDI strives to include all legal, dedicated instructors in all Provinces in South Africa, who are willing to comply with our Code of Conduct to offer the public the reassurance of safe and excellent driver training of all codes. They have Associate specialist members focussing on drivers with disabilities; mining equipment; trucking etc.

For more information on SAIDI please click here

The Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN) South Africa

The Bicycling Empowerment Network (BEN) South Africa was established in Cape Town in 2002. The main mission of BEN is to address poverty and mobility through the promotion of the bicycle in all its forms. BEN imports used bicycles from overseas and distributes them to low income areas, trains recipients of the bikes in safety and maintenance, establishes Bicycle Empowerment Centre's (BEC's) and encourages cities to implement bicycle planning and infrastructure. BEN also assists the planning of events to help promote the use of the bicycle as a form of mobility - also known as active transport.

For more information on BEN click here.

The South African Red Cross Society

The South African Red Cross Society (SARCS) dates back to 1896 when four doctors formed an ambulance corps with the blessing of the President of the old Transvaal Republic, Paul Kruger. SARCS itself was founded in 1921 with the amalgamation of the various Red Cross entities which existed in the country. It was recognised by the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in 1928 and admitted into the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (the International Federation) – then the League - in 1929.

Over the years, the work of the Red Cross in South Africa has changed to reflect the environment in which it is working. This means that much of today’s work is related to health and disaster management issues, particularly the devastating impact that HIV & AIDS is having in South Africa. It is estimated that 40% of deaths in the age group 19- 49 years in the year 2000 were due to HIV & AIDS.

SARCS is also involved in empowering communities to cope in times of natural or man-made disasters. Drought, floods, fires and mining disasters occur regularly, but new areas of concern are the impact of rapid urbanisation, environmental degradation, and technological failure.

As a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement, SARCS is also obliged to provide tracing services and to disseminate knowledge about the Fundamental Principles, International Humanitarian Law (IHL) and the use and protection of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Emblem. This is essential if the Red Cross is to be respected during peacetime and times of conflict.

Read more on the South African Red Cross

The South African Road Federation (SARF)

The South African Road Federation (SARF) is a non-political organisation which has been in existence for more than 60 years. It represents all bodies that have an interest in any aspect of the road industry and road administration.

SARF is dedicated to the entire road sector. Acting in the interest of all people and organisations involved in the sector, it promotes an effective and efficient road system for social and economic growth and, through education and training, facilitates capacity building to meet these ends.

For more information on SARF please click here.

Tshwaragano Institute

Tshwaragano Institute is a Non Profit Organisation (116-820 NPO) established by the people and communities that to seeks to effect change and provide sustainable livelihoods through active community participation initiatives where they reside. The organization has been instrumental in advocating for change in behavior and attitude in the areas of environment, anti-poverty, culture, heritage, road safety and socio-economic inclusion. We operate nationally but with a strong presence in Gauteng and North West more especially in peri-urban areas.


Transnet SOC Ltd is a large South African rail, port and pipeline company, headquartered in the Carlton Centre in Johannesburg.

For more informationon Transnet please click here.

Dave Johnston Driver Training

Dave Johnston has been actively involved with motorcycle, light and heavy-duty vehicle defensive driver training since 1977, when he launched South Africa’s first motorcycle safety training centre, Honda Ridewell.

Numerous training centres have been launched and operated by Dave over the years including BMW Driver Training, MasterDrive, SimuDrive as well as all of the various AA Driver Training Academies. Dave has also been involved with numerous Road Safety Initiatives on both an official and NGO level.

Dave has a passion regarding post-licence driver improvement programmes and is committed to the improvement and education of road users  in Africa to reduce the unacceptable death and injury rate on the roads.

He is currently involved with the launch of a new Road Safety Foundation that will have a wide spread and multi-faceted effect on the education of road users in South and Southern Africa.

For more information on Dave Johnston Driver Training click here

Rainbow Road Safety Ambassadors

The focus of this organisation is to help identify and solve problems affecting learners, as well as anticipating and confronting issues of strategic importance as far as road safety education is concerned. The objective is to deal with problems rather than effects which when solved will lead to improved compliance and result in a tangible bottom-line milestone which is safety and tolerance on our roads. It is our intended view that the programme should aim to achieve:


For further information on our work contact us: 

Office: 145 Commissioner / Small Street Johannesburg.  
623 6th Floor Nedbank Plaza
NGO Village (IACG Office) 
Cell: 074 668 893
Fax: 086 625 1078
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