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NAMRIA partners with MMDA, holds Road Safety Education for drivers
NAMRIA Events | Nessil Marie B. Gonzalvo | 7 May 2024 | Print
NAMRIA partnered with the Metro Manila Development Authority (MMDA) to provide Road Safety Education for its drivers, which was held at the NAMRIA Lecture Hall on 19 April 2024. The drivers from the NAMRIA Fort Bonifacio, Taguig City and San Nicolas, Manila offices learned about the following: Understanding Road Safety Devices (Traffic Signs and Pavement Markings), Defensive Driving, Eco-driving, Traffic Rules and Regulations, and Basic Troubleshooting. After the presentations, a brief simulation was conducted on the basic repairs and maintenance tasks that the drivers can perform themselves.
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Ret. Col. Edison "Bong" Nebrija of MMDA presents a slide saying, "Safe travels begin with a mindful journey. Road safety is the ultimate destination" during his presentation on Traffic Rules and Regulations.
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Simulation on basic troubleshooting
During the closing program, MMDA identified two active participants during the training, namely: LCdr Lew Anthony A Quincena and Vladimir A. Beltran. NAMRIA joined MMDA in acknowledging the outstanding participants by giving them awards. Dir. Concepcion A. Bringas and Mr. Philip G. Serazon, both of Support Services Branch, awarded certificates of appreciation and centennial calendars to MMDA.
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Awarding of MMDA tokens of recognition to outstanding participants: (from left to right) Ret. Col. Nebrija, LCdr Quincena, Mr. Beltran, and Dir. Bringas
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Awarding of certificates of appreciation and centennial calendars to MMDA resource speakers
In her closing remarks, Dir. Bringas thanked MMDA for being NAMRIA's partner in promoting safety in the workplace. She also emphasized that the seminar is part of the drivers' reskilling to enhance their current efficiency and effectiveness.
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Participants of the Road Safety Education for NAMRIA drivers

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