Have you ever taught about your car’s safety when you are involved in a vehicle crash? Will you and your loved ones be protected in as far as it is possible? Refer to the article published on pp 14 -16 in Servamus: January 2020 to determine the NCAP safety rating of many cars on SA’s roads.
We all have a responsibility to create a safer world for our children – that includes on our roads. Sadly, vehicle crashes are some of the leading causes for child deaths. Walk This Way is a ChildSafe intervention project that aims to address child pedestrian safety – refer to the article in Servamus: January 2020 on pp 34-35 giving more details.
Many people opt to go on a boat cruise for a holiday. Yet, there are many aspects that can affect the passengers and crew’s safety necessitating such cruise liners to have adequately trained security personnel. Refer to the article in Servamus: January 2020 on pp 30-32 about what is done to mitigate treats to such cruise liners.
The Northern Cape Provincial pistol shooting team attended the National practical pistol shooting competition at the Bisho Shooting Range in King Williams Town in the Eastern Cape from 14 to 18 October 2019.
Clinton Odayar, a tenacious K9 Search and Rescue police dog handler from the Umhlali K9 Unit in KwaZulu-Natal, is one of five public service employees who have recently been honoured at the Integrity Idols awards ceremony that was hosted in Johannesburg on 10 October 2019. The process of “naming and faming” these idols had started a year earlier and culminated in the event as Accountability Lab South Africa celebrated the journey of these five idols. Hosted at the historic Constitution Hill, the festivities were preceded by an integrity summit in which a panel led by South Africa Country Director Dadisai Taderera discussed integrity and accountability in government, business and society.