39 schools join “Making Traffic Safety Fun” talent shows to reinforce helmet use

November 28, 2014


Following the donation of more than 5,000 helmets for 39 schools at the beginning of this school year; students, teachers, and parents are now showcasing their road safety knowledge with provincial talent shows. The “Making Traffic Safety Fun” talent shows organized through the Asia Injury Prevention (AIP) Foundation’s Helmets for Kids program and supported by Johnson & Johnson, reinforces child helmet use and proper helmet-wearing. Taking place in Ha Tinh, Quang Binh, and Dong Nai provinces, this is the first-ever province-wide gathering allowing for schools under the Helmets for Kids program to participate in road safety activities together.

Today, Mr. Gabriel Kardos, Johnson & Johnson Senior Fleet Safety Manager of Europe, Middle East, and Africa/Asia Pacific, and Mr. Abhishek Mathur, Human Resources Director of One Johnson & Johnson Vietnam, attended Dong Nai’s province’s “Making Traffic Safety Fun” talent show. At the event, Johnson & Johnson staff and community members volunteered by facilitating and supporting the event’s activities. More than 1,000 students and teachers showcased their road safety knowledge through the art of singing, dancing, fashion shows, and dramas, with officials from the province’s Traffic Safety Committee, Department of Education and Training, and local police present as talent show judges.

Read the full press release here.

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