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Road safety calendars for children

Rebecca Medhurst
Tuesday, March 25, 2014

FULTON Hogan Hiways Joint Venture (FHHJV) has increased the number of road safety reminders to pupils in the Central, Eastern and Northern divisions.

Pocket calendars containing road safety rules for children have been given to the government and will be distributed to schools in these divisions.

The joint venture's health and safety training manager, Mark Sims, presented the calendars to Education Ministry permanent secretary Dr Brij Lal on behalf of the company.

Dr Lal said the calendars were "outstanding" and he expressed his thanks to the venture for the work being done on Fiji's roads.

He said the ministry looked forward to receiving proposals on road safety and training from the company.








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