FRSC Boss Decry Motorists Attack on Officials

  The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps, Boboye Oyeyemi has lamented increasing rate of violence by motorists against the corps’ officials. He made this known Friday, March 24 in an address delivered at the American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE), Nigeria chapter 2017 Safety Summit which held at Lagos Oriental Hotel, Lekki. […]

Lack of Fire Extinguishers, Cautions Signs, Others Remain Bookable Traffic Offences – FRSC

  The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) has debunked widely circulated rumours that it was permanently suspending booking of light signs violation, and lack of fire extinguishers and caution signs, as traffic offences. The Corps made this known in a Monday, January 9 statement signed by its Head of Media and Strategy, Corps Commander Bisi […]

187 Died In Road Accidents around Christmas Day

  The Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) on Wednesday revealed that 187 deaths were recorded in 289 road crashes in a nine-day period that also included Christmas. Bisi Kazeem, FRSC’s head of media relations and strategy, disclosed this to newsmen in a statement. According to Kazeem, the crashes involved 2,185 people, with 1,000 people suffering […]

OYEYEMI CALLS FOR SYNERGY AMONG TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT AGENCIES

The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Dr Boboye Oyeyemi has called for strong synergy between the FRSC and the States Traffic Management Agencies for effective traffic management in the country, saying only effective collaboration between the agencies could address the challenges of traffic management in the country. Oyeyemi stated this while […]

FRSC Unit Commander Reiterates Ember Month Campaign

The Federal Road Safety Corps Unit Commander in Alimosho, Lagos, Mrs. Chiwendu Iwuoha, has called on drivers to exercise caution as they travel this yuletide season to prevent road crashes. Chiwendu spoke while fielding questions from Safety Record Newspaper on her message to motorists during the ‘ember’ month season. She explained that research has shown […]

“Only 300 of Over 6,000 Vehicles Checked Have Installed Speed Limiting Devices” – Hyginus Omeje, Lagos State Sector Commander of FRSC

  With the quest for safety of lives and property paramount on the agenda of the Federal Road Safety Corps this ‘Ember Months’, Safety Record Newspaper reached out to the Commission’s Lagos State Sector Commander, Mr. Hyginus Omeje, who tirelessly is pursuing to ensure that accidents on the highway are reduced to the barest minimum. […]

Deputy Corps Marshal, Ademola Lawal and Vice Chancellor, UNIZIK, Prof. Joseph Ahaneku . Both men tasked safey professionals on safety

FRSC Boss, UNIZIK VC Tasks Nigerians, Safety Professionals On Safety

The Corps Marshal of the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), Boboye Oyeyemi, has tasked Nigerians to join hands with safety professionals in their determination to tackle security, environmental and health hazards arising in the society. He stated this at the 35th Annual Conference of Institute of Safety Professionals of Nigeria (ISPoN) held at Nnamdi Azikiwe […]

4,000 Vehicles are Arrested Daily for Excessive Overloading – FRSC Boss

The FRSC Corps Marshal, Mr. Boboye Oyeyemi has disclosed that speed limit violation by motorists has remained one of the most probable causes of road traffic crashes which accounted for 26.5% of cases in 2015. Speaking with journalists in Lagos on May 21, Mr. Oyeyemi said National Road Safety Advisory Council (NRSAC) has been proposed […]

NRSS projects 35% reduction in road fatality beyond 2016

The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) Mr. Boyoye Oyeyemi has disclosed that Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) is projecting a 35% reduction in road traffic crash fatality rate by 2016 and beyond. Nigeria Road Safety Strategy (NRSS) 2016 -2018 is a medium-term plan developed by the FRSC and its enforcement has been approved […]

Apapa gridlock: Senate tasks SON, FRSC on minimum standards for articulated vehicles

25th February, 2016 Senate on Wednesday called on the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) as well as the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) to implement minimum standards for articulated vehicles imported into Nigeria to ensure that they meet import standards. This followed consideration of the report of Senate Committee on Marine Transport in respect of […]