9 January 2013

Ghana: RSMSL Rises to the Task

After undergoing weeks of intensive training in road management and other essential skills needed to perform efficiently, the President's inaugural ceremony was a platform for personnel of the Road Safety Management Service Limited (RSMSL) to put into practice what they've acquired from experts in that field.

And when the bell rang for them to assume their role, they did it with perfection and without any hindrance. The one hundred Safety Assistants dispatched to the Black Star Square did not only secure the entire place for the smooth inaugural ceremony of the President-elect, but also made sure that movement of the people were well enhanced through venue ground.

They did that with their tools ranging from PVE road cones, including barricade lamps, combined PE warning column, plastic barrier, PE one-time reflective warning belt, square model isolation pier (roll-plastic), single-arch water horse (blow moulding) and three holes water horse (roll-plastic).

However, that feat was not achieved alone as their supervisors, personnel from the Ghana Police Service (MTTU Unit), occasionally gave them a helping hand.

What won the hearts of many with their services was the humble manner and care with which they addressed anyone they come in contact with. Their human relationship was second to none.

One could describe them to be an auxiliary staff to the Police MTTU Unit, but the display of their services left many wondering whether they were a new unit carved from the MTTU.

Perhaps, the zeal with which they attached in the performance of their duties was a clear indication that they passed through the right hands through out the entire period of their training.

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