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ED Welcome Welcome to the official website of the National Road Safety Commission, Ghana. The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) of Ghana was established by an Act of Parliament (NRSC Act 567 of 1999). The Act mandates the NRSC to play the lead role in championing, promoting and coordinating Road Safety activities in Ghana. The main objective of the National Road Safety Commission is to plan, develop and promote road safety and to coordinate policies related to road safety.

Key Functions
Undertake nationwide road safety Education, Information and Publicity;
Carry out special projects for the improvement of road safety;
Co-ordinate, monitor and evaluate road safety activities, programmes and strategies;
Recommend to the Minister and such bodies as it may determne measures calculated to prevent road crashes and injuries involving the use of vehicles on roads;
Advise the Minister on the formulation of road safety policies and action programmes;
Develop and maintain a comprehensive database on road safety for the information of the public;
Develop a long term road safety plan;
Establish with road authorities, procedures for safety audit of projects for roads construction, reconstruction or improvement;
Promote road safety research ; and
Set standards for road safety equipment and ensure compliance.

National Vision

Ghana, a country with the safest road transport system in Africa.

Corporate Vision

A reputable organisation with a highly motivated staff committed to reducing the fatality rate per 10,000 vehicles to a single digit.

Mission

To promote best road safety practives for all categories of road users.

Rev. Ismaila Hansmittson Awudu
(CEO of Hansgroup of Companies)
Chairman

Hajia S. Yakubu (Mrs.)
(Ministry of Transport)
Member

Mr. Inusah Shirazu
(Min. Local Gov't & Rural Govt.)
Member

Prof. Ahmed Nuhu Zakariah
(Ministry of Health)
Member

Mrs. Dora Darkwa Mensah
(Ministry of Education)
Member

Mr. Joseph Nerboi Tetteh
(Ministry of Communication)
Member

Mrs. Dorothy Afrieyie-Ansah
(Minstry of Justice & Attorney General)
Member

Ing. (Mrs.) May Obiri-Yeboah
(National Road Safety Commission)
Member

DOCP Maxwell Sakipasgo Atingane
(Road Traffic Police (MTTD))
Member

Lt. Col. George Kobina Wilson
(Ghana Armed Forces)
Member

Mr. Oliver Bio
(National Insurance Commission)
Member

Mr. George Fausta Baffoe
(Broadcasting Industry)
Member

Mr. David Kwesi Agyeman
(Ghana Journalist Association)
Member

Ing. Francis Kweku Afukaar
(BRRI)
Member

Mr. Kwesi Agyeman Busia
(DVLA)
Member

Mr. Victor Obeng Adiyiah
(Ghana Insurers Association)
Member

Mr. Alexander Kweku Krah
(Private Providers of Road Transport)
Member

Hon. Georges Baffour Owusu Afriyie
(Private Providers of Road Transport)
Member

Rev. Erasmus Amankwah Addo
(National Association of Drivers Schools)
Member

Mr. Kwadwo Tufor
(Private Providers of Road Transport)
Member

Araba Okyne
(National Road Safety Commision)
Secretary

Ing. David Osafo Adonteng
(Director, Planning & Programmes)
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Ing. David Osafo Adonteng
(Director, Planning & Programmes)
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Mr. Vincent K. Adzato-Ntem
(Director, Fnance & Administraton)
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Jane Doe
(Manager, Greater Accra Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Eastern Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Volta Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Central Region)
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Jane Doe
(Manager, Western Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Ashanti Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Brong Ahafo Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Northern Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Upper East Region)
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John Doe
(Manager, Upper West Region)
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Publications
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    The Impact of Second-hand tyres on road safety
    The Impact of Second-hand tyres on road safety in the countryThe Report presents a research into ... Read more

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    Road Safety Policy Guidelines in Vehicle
    The Road Safety Guidelines for Ministries, Departments and Agencies Fleet Management produced by the ... Read more

Statistics
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    2010 Annual Report
    The 2010 Annual Report presents details of work programmes, key road safety activities executed in 2010 ... Read more

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    National Road Safety Strategy III
    The National Road Safety Strategy III document provides a broad strategic framework upon which ... Read more

CALL TO ACTION

Road Safety is a shared and collective responsibility. Don't drive tired! Be alert! Stay focused! Wear your seatbelt and crash helmet! Speak up!

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ADDRESS

Head Office


5A South Ridge, near Ghana Football Association (GFA)
Post Office Box OS1683,
Osu-Accra.

P: +233 (0)302-661-117
E: info@nrsc.gov.gh