Awareness activities on road safety by the Institute of Public Health and Padmashree school of public health under the initiative of ‘SAFER ROADS BENGALURU’ at Hebbal Junction

Institute of Public Health under the banner of ‘SAFER ROADS BENGALURU’ initiative in association with Padmashree School of Public Health with the support of Bengaluru Traffic Police and Road safety authority had organized a road safety awareness activity to mark the national road safety week 2019 on 09th Jan 2019 at Hebbal junction.

Human chain by students to create road safety awareness

As part of this awareness program, a human chain was formed. Students with effective messages on road safety approached two-wheeler riders who were not wearing helmets and four-wheeler drivers who were not wearing seat belts to pass on the message on the importance of wearing helmets and seat belts along with the other road safety measures. Students also performed small skits on the road when the traffic signal was in stop mode.

Dr. Pragati Hebbar, Faculty, Institute of Public Health, Dr. Uma Shankar from Padmashree School of Public Health, Shri. Praveen, Police Inspector, Hebbal Police station along with more than a hundred students participated in this event.

Students creating awareness during Road safety week event organised by IPH

Few media coverage link:

https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/events/bangalore/students-gather-at-hebbal-to-spread-road-safety-message/articleshow/67925417.cms

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