Thank you for being here today, as we launch our Festive Season Road Safety Plan for 2023/2024. On this significant occasion, I am not only addressing those who are gathered here. My message is for all road users in our province.In your mind’s eye, picture the 583 Provincial Traffic Officers who
This morning Kwazulu Private Ambulance Service responded to the intersection of Topham Road and Campsdrift Road for reports of a collision. When emergency services arrived they found that two vehicles had been involved in a collision. Paramedics quickly assessed the scene and found that one patient
Kwazulu Private Ambulance Service responded to the R34 near Emasangweni for reports of a collision. When emergency services arrived they found that a vehicle had lost control and collided with a tree. Paramedics quickly assessed the scene and found that three patients had sustained serious injuries. The
Sharing the Road in Harmony Basic driving habits practised by motorists when sharing the road with trucks could save many lives. Here are a few tips: Avoid Blind Spots 70% of all truck-related car fatalities are initiated by car drivers 35% of them occur in the blind spots around trucks There
First responders come across many situations where dust is present, such as factories, dusty roads, concrete-cutting facilities and even workshops. Dust is found in many places on a job site and can be hazardous to your health a somewhat detailed explanation of these hazards is explained below. The
The background There are five Safe System pillars namely safer vehicles, safer speeds, safer roads, safer road users and post-crash management. The project (Delivery Motorcyclists Road Safety Project SA) falls under Pillar 4 of the Safer System Approach which is safer road users. The rationale A
To develop an effective road safety information portal that will enhance awareness of road safety and save lives.
Report Bad Driving Now, call 0861 400 800