What is a road safety club?
Federal Road Safety Club FEDERAL ROAD SAFETY CLUB
The Federal Road Safety Club is a body that seeks to educate students on general safety measures to protect themselves from danger and to avoid hazardous places and circumstances, especially when plying the roads.The club inculcates in students, the discipline of desisting from rough and dangerous plays both within and outside the school.Among others, the club helps students to
become familiar with road signs, in order to help them use roads safely Learn the importance of using helmets and seat belts Understand why they must look both ways before crossing roads Learn to face the traffic when walking on the side of a road without a sidewalk
: Federal Road Safety Club
How many commands are there in road safety?
Sector Commands Federal Road Safety Corps has 37 Sector Commands (offices) across the country. Listed below are the Sector Commands and their contact details. SECTOR COMMANDS ADDRESSES/LOCATIONS
|SN||COMMAND||OFFICE ADDRESS||EMAIL ADDRESS & PHONE NO. OF COMMAND|
|1||RS1.1 KADUNA SECTOR||12 Ahmadu Bello Way, Kaduna||[email protected] 08077690011|
|2||RS1.2 KANO SECTOR||Lawan Danbazau Road, Kano, off Zaria Road, Kano||[email protected] 08077690012|
|3||RS1.3 KATSINA SECTOR||Murtala Mohammed Way, Sokoto Rima Premises, Katsina||[email protected] 08077690013|
|4||RS1.4 JIGAWA SECTOR||Kiyama Road, Dutse.||[email protected] 08077690014|
|5||RS2.1 LAGOS SECTOR||Ojodu-Isheri Road, Ikeja, Lagos||[email protected] 08077690201|
|6||RS2.2 OGUN SECTOR||8 Oba Ademola Road, GRA, Ibara, Abeokuta||[email protected] 08077690202|
|7||RS3.1 ADAMAWA SECTOR||Numan Road, Jimeta, Yola||[email protected] 08077690301|
|8||RS3.2 GOMBE SECTOR||New GRA Gombe||[email protected] 08077690302|
|9||RS3.3 TARABA SECTOR||Jalingo, Taraba State.||[email protected] 08077690303|
|10||RS4.1 PLATEAU SECTOR||Km 9 Zaria Road, Jos||[email protected] 08077690401|
|11||RS4.2 BENUE SECTOR||No.2 Victor Malu Road, New GRA, Makurdi||[email protected] 08077690402|
|12||RS4.3 NASARAWA SECTOR||Makurdi Road,Lafia||[email protected] 08077690403|
|13||RS5.1 EDO SECTOR||Ikpoba Hill Layout, Off Auchi Road, Benin-City||[email protected] 08077690501|
|14||RS5.2 DELTA SECTOR||Km 4 Asaba – Benin Road, Asaba||[email protected] 08077690502|
|15||RS5.3 ANAMBRA SECTOR||No.98 Enugu – Agidi Road, Awka||[email protected] 08077690503|
|16||RS6.1 RIVERS SECTOR||39 Aba Road, Port-Harcourt||[email protected] 08077690601|
|17||RS6.2 CROSS RIVER SECTOR||71 Mariam Road, Calabar||[email protected] 08077690602|
|18||RS6.3 AKWA IBOM SECTOR||7C, Ben Udo Street, Off Nwaniba Road, Uyo||[email protected] 08077690603|
|19||RS6.4 BAYELSA SECTOR||No.1 Road Safety Road, Yenagoa||[email protected] 08077690604|
|20||RS7.1 FCT SECTOR||Olusegun Obasanjo Way, Zone 7, Wuse, Abuja||[email protected] 08077690701|
|21||RS7.2 NIGER SECTOR||No.3 Paiko Road, Minna||[email protected] 08077690702|
|22||RS8.1 KWARA SECTOR||1 Abdu Kareem Adisa Rd, Fate, Ilorin||[email protected] 08077690801|
|23||RS8.2 EKITI SECTOR||Ajalosun Street, Akure Road, Ado-Ekiti||[email protected] 08077690802|
|24||RS8.3 KOGI SECTOR||Oba Michael Olobayo, Lokoja||[email protected] 08077690803|
|25||RS9.1 ENUGU SECTOR||5, Bridgeway Road GRA, Enugu||[email protected] 08077690901|
|26||RS9.2 EBONYI SECTOR||Km 2, Enugu-Abakiliki Road, Abakaliki||[email protected] 08077690902|
|27||RS9.3 ABIA SECTOR||57, Asaba Street, Behind General Sani Abacha Recreation Park Amuzukwu, Umuahia||[email protected] 08077690903|
|28||RS9.4 IMO SECTOR||Egbu-Awaka Junction, Owerri||[email protected] 08077690904|
|29||RS10.1 SOKOTO SECTOR||Ali Akilu Road, Off Sani Abacha Way,Sokoto||[email protected] 08077690101|
|30||RS10.2 KEBBI SECTOR||Haliu Abdul Old Secretariat Complex, Birnin Kebbi||[email protected] 08077690102|
|31||RS10.3 ZAMFARA SECTOR||Sokoto Road, Gusau||[email protected] 08077690103|
|32||RS11.1 OSUN SECTOR||Km 4 Gbogan Road, Osogbo||[email protected] 08077690111|
|33||RS11.2 ONDO SECTOR||Akure – Ilesa Highway, Akure||[email protected] 08077690112|
|34||RS11.3 OYO SECTOR||Eleyele, Ibadan||[email protected] 08077690113|
|35||RS12.1 BAUCHI SECTOR||Jos Road, Gidan Mai, Bauchi||[email protected] 08077690121|
|36||RS12.2 BORNO SECTOR||Damboa Road, Former SDP Secretariat, Maiduguri||[email protected] 08077690122|
|37||RS12.3 YOBE SECTOR||Phase 1 State Secretariat, Maiduguri Road, Damaturu||[email protected] 08077690123|
Why is the safety Club important?
Road safety club as an agent of socialization Social Studies – 2023 The Road Safety Club constitutes the third tier of the Road Safety Corps, Regular Marshals and Special Marshal Levels of RSC. These clubs are formed in primary and secondary schools in Nigeria.
- The road safety clubs serve as a veritable tool in catching children young to become responsible road users in the future.
- This will go a long way in inculcating in them the positive road safety rules and how the children can also become road safety ambassadors in their homes, schools and wherever they find themselves.
The essence of the club in schools is to teach children the importance of safety in schools and on the road and while they are with their parents in the car, they can correct bad road users, which will spur positive changes. Also as the future drivers, there is the need for the children to become sensitized on the road safety rules that will help them to save their lives and that of others.
- The students that are members of the road safety clubs will have the advantage of being employed as a road safety regular Marshall if they wish to continue with the commission.
- The youths in schools and colleges are organized into road safety clubs at the primary, secondary tertiary and National Youth service Corps (one-year compulsory service after university graduation) levels.
During their orientation in the camp, corps members who are interested in Road Safety Club can also signup to be part of the Road Safety CDS group. Primary and secondary schools: The school heads can apply to the nearest FRSC Command for the establishment of road safety clubs in their schools.
It is open to both males and females.Students that want to join must be obedient and be ready to learn safety techniques which will be useful to him and his community.Students that want to join must be interested and ready to take part in paramilitary drills.A teacher will be chosen to serve as a coordinator or Special Marshall.
Explain the word “Road Safety Club”.What are the reasons behind the formation of Road Safety Club in schools?What is the process of forming road safety club in schools?Write the full meaning of the following: (i) FRSC (ii) CDSMention the levels of education at which road safety clubs can be formed.
ROAD SAFETY CLUB AS AN AGENT OF SOCIALIZATION CONTENT
The Roles of Road Safety Club in the Socialization of YouthsOur Roles in Promoting Safety in Our Community
The Roles of Road Safety Club in the Socialization of Youths The roles of the road safety club in the socialization of youths include the following:
Road safety club inculcates in the youth road safety culture as contained in the Highway Code and other relevant road safety books and journals, films, etc.They assist in propagating road safety ideals and ethics to compliment the effects of Regular and Special Marshals.The road safety clubs serve as veritable tool in catching the children young to become road users in the future.They organize workshops, rallies, public enlightenment campaign, seminars, quiz and debate competitions and any other program relevant to the promotion of Road Safety.
Our Roles in Promoting Safety in Our Community Every member of any society has roles to play in promoting safety in any community. It is the joint responsibility of everybody towards making sure that life and properties are secured. Carelessness of an individual may lead to the death of others.
What are the ranks in FRSC?
|NO.||FRSC OFFICERS RANKS / STRUCTURE|
|2||DCM||Deputy Corps Marshal|
|3||ACM||Assistant Corps Marshal|
What is a safety guideline?
Safety guidelines are the processes of being safe, especially on our roads. They are usually in the form of instructions, which help in promoting safety, by preventing accidents and hazards. They are general rules written to give advice and direct people’s behaviour.