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Shell donates equipment to FRSC in Bayelsa

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In line with their corporate social responsibilities, Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria  have donated a crash victim extraction equipment to Federal Road Safety Corps, Bayelsa State command this is to enhance quick response to accidents victims.
The extractor equipment is to tear metals in case of accident where victims are trapped.
Speaking at the presentation ceremony the manager, social investment Gloria Udo, represented by the Kiri Obimanu head of GMOU materials said that the gesture is part of their safety intervention in safe guiding lives in Nigeria roads he said, “we know that shell petroleum is loaded for safety, it could be industrial safety, domestic safety or even road safety, it is synonymous this is part of our external relation with share”
“The extractor equipment helps and makes it easier in case of an accident to tear metals and we are bringing experts to train personnel on how to use and get victims for medical attention as quickly as possible”
In his contributions the sector commander Federal Road Safety Corps, Bayelsa State command Ikechukwu Igwe, said that the gesture is timely at this period the command is about to launch 2017 ember monthscampaign. ” Although some of us know how to use it, but they are sending experts to train some of our officers and men when they do we will monitor the usage to ensure proper implementation”

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