Saturday, 7 January 2017

Road Safety Week Circular & Schedule - 11.01.17 to 17.01.17







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Date
Time (Hrs)
Venue
Event
Resp.
From
To
From
To
1
11.01.17
11.01.17
Before 6 AM
-
Display of Road safety banners in plant and on associate transport buses
F&S
2
15.01.17
During shift timings
-
Road safety survey for 2 wheelers
Security/F&S
3
11.01.17
During shift timings
Security gate house
Distribution of "Road Safety Week" badges
Security
4
11.01.17
14.00
16.30
H Block
Awareness Program on Road safety for associates by DTC Kakinada & Team.
TRG / F & S
5
12.01.17

12.01.17

During shift timings
Security gate house
Distribution of "Road Safety pamphlet
Security/F&S
6

12.00

15.00
Near
H Block
Monitoring of the vehicle emission levels by the authorized pollution control vehicle.
 F & S
7
12.01.17
16.01.17
6.00
16.30
F & S Section
Road Safety slogan competition for associates. ( Slogan on Road Safety in English & Telugu may be put inside drop box at F & S  )
F & S
8
13.01.17
13.01.17
10.00
13.00

 Security Gate House
Road safety awareness program for transport bus & truck drivers.
F&S
9
16.01.17
16.01.17
14.15
16.30
 H Block
Quiz competitions for Associates.
F&S
10
16.01.17
16.01.17
14.15
16.30
H Block
Road Safety slogan in English & Telugu and Quiz competitions for contract workmen
F&S

11

17.01.17
17.01.17
15.00
16.30
Canteen
Valedictory function
F&S





PROGRAMME SCHEDULE:


We are observing the Road Safety Week from 11th to 17th January 2017.
The following events will be held as a part of Road Safety Week-2017. 



As road accidents soar, Nitin Gadkari’s Highway ministry turns to India Inc for help

Keen on reducing the number of accidents on roads by half by 2019, road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari has decided to reach out to the corporate sector, seeking their help in inculcating a culture on road safety in society and take up...

By: | New Delhi | Updated: January 7, 2017 7:51 AM
The minister will send out his plea to the corporate sector in a conclave being organised by the industry association CII during the course of the week-long Road Safety Week starting Monday. The minister will send out his plea to the corporate sector in a conclave being organised by the industry association CII during the course of the week-long Road Safety Week starting Monday.
Keen on reducing the number of accidents on roads by half by 2019, road transport and highways minister Nitin Gadkari has decided to reach out to the corporate sector, seeking their help in inculcating a culture on road safety in society and take up road safety as a part of their corporate social responsibility programme.
The minister will send out his plea to the corporate sector in a conclave being organised by the industry association CII during the course of the week-long Road Safety Week starting Monday.
The ministry will ask the Indian Inc to teach their employees and their families imbibe a culture on road safety and use their logistics and carriers to propagate the message of road safety and thirdly, to make a certain commitment from their CSR spends on projects of road safety advocacy.
“We will not ask them to give a mandate on that. We will just request them to take up road safety as a voluntary activity. But, we expect that a large number of corporate join in our initiative,” said Abhay Damle, Joint Secretary, MoRTH.


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