* Drivers using hand held mobile phones behind the wheel of a moving vehicle should be banned from driving before they kill themselves or kill others on the road.
* Something must be done to stop the growth of this extremely dangerous habit, which has possibly been responsible for many deaths on both global and local roads.
* It is something, which could be prevented, and with the boom in mobile phone market, action is needed now and not later.
* We have to halt this trend of turning cars into mobile offices.
* Research have shown that using a phone whether hand held or hands free, while driving increases the likelihood of having an accident.
* We warn drivers against using mobile phones and advise that they find a safe place to stop before using a mobile phone. The next time you text while driving could be very well the last text you will ever send. Alternatively, the next time you call while driving could be the last call you will ever make.
* I really believe that for companies, the use of mobile phones while driving should fall under the policies for managing occupational road risk.
* All company cars and van drivers are linked to an estimate of around 20 per cent of Fiji road death tolls.
* We appeal to organisations to address risk on roads as part of their mainstream management of OHS, by putting more effort to schedule, vehicle selection and driver training.