Road safety is a major concern in several countries and India is among them as well. Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India has taken the initiative to make our roads safer.
They recently provided over 1200 Delhi Police female recruits with road safety training. Honda provided not practical as well as theory based safety training sessions. They collaborated with Delhi Police Training College for this safety training initiative.
Present at the event was Suvashish Chaudhary, IPS, Principal-Police Training College, Delhi Police. Also present were Ranbir Singh-Asst. Commissioner of Police, Training, Delhi Police and Sharad Pradhan, Regional Head, North, HMSI.
Y.S. Guleria, Sr. Vice President, HMSI expressed, "Honda has always believed in promoting safe-riding habits and this initiative ‘Road Safety training for Female Recruits' has been devised to complement Police training; aiding them to become empowered & confident to effectively fulfil their duty."
He further added, "Highlight of this training shall be education on ‘First Aid' delivery besides relevant topics like safety tips for pedestrians & Do's and Don'ts for cyclists."
Honda has built several traffic parks across India and promote road safety extensively. Every manufacturer in India has to take part in a CSR initiative and the Japanese two-wheeler manufacturer focuses on road safety.