Road Safety Management Services deploys tow trucks at Circle interchange

As part of measures to ensure free flow of vehicular traffic and prevent disabled and broken-down vehicles from causing accidents on the newly inaugurated Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange, the National Road Safety Commission, Ghana Police MTTD collaborate with Road Safety Management Services Limited have deployed tow trucks more »


A year has already passed since the transition into eternity of professor John Evans Atta Mills, Ghana’s  Former President. After weeks of preparations to mark celebrations of his demise, Road Safety Management Services Limited was included in the detailed plan to provide allied services to ensure a successful more »

Road safety is not a matter of license but human conduct - MTTU Boss

The conduct of people who possess drivers’ license on the road should be a major cause of concern in curbing carnages on the road, says the Ashanti Regional Commander of the Police Motor Traffic and Transport Unit (MTTU). Chief Superintendent Godact Dodzi Hlordzi says whilst it is legally mandatory for motorists to more »

NRSC to ban second-hand vehicle tyres in September

The National Road Safety Commission (NRSC) is to begin the enforcement of the ban on the use of second-hand vehicle tyres in the country from September. This is because such tyres increase the risk of road crashes occurrence by 30 per cent. Mrs May Obiri-Yeboah, Executive Director of NRSC announced on Wednesday during more »

Road safety: A Shared Responsibility

Road accidents mostly happen as result of recklessness, carelessness, overconfidence and illiteracy among others, exhibited by drivers, not respecting road safety regulations, jumping the red light, wrong overtaking especially on the highways, and in cities like Accra and Kumasi. Bigger truck drivers sometimes do not pay more »

Road Safety Assistants Support Police at Presidential Inauguration

100 Road Safety Assistants were deployed by the Road Safety Management Services Ltd, a Ghanaian-owned private firm to assist the Ghana Police Service and other security agencies at the swearing in of President John Dramani Mahama and Vice President Paa Kwesi Bekoe Amissah-Arthur. President Mahama and Vice President Paa more »

Road Safety Management Services distributes new tow trucks

The Road Safety Management Services Ltd (RSMSL), a Ghanaian-owned company that is overseeing the management of road safety and road accidents in Ghana - has acquired and delivered thirty eight (38) new sophisticated tow trucks to all the ten regions of Ghana. Three different categories of tow trucks have been acquired from China with the most expensive truck more »

Road Safety Management Services train tow truck drivers

The Road Safety Management Services Limited, a Ghanaian-owned company with the mandate of handling road accidents on major roads in the country – have overseen to the graduation of the first batch of drivers in a ceremony held at the premises of the Motor Traffic and Traffic Unit of the Ghana Police Service.      Fifty drivers went through a more »

RSMSL makes strides in road safety

The Road Safety Management Services Ltd. (RSMSL), a Ghanaian-owned private firm was established to manage the spate of road accidents in Ghana – in response to the national call by the late President H.E. John Evans Atta Mills for public-private partnership towards the reduction of road traffic accidents on the country’s roads. The company has more »

300 road safety trainee's pass out

A second batch of 300 Road Safety Assistants (RSA) passed out a weeks training at the Kumasi Police Training School.The Road Safety Management Services Limited (RSMSL), which has the responsibility to clear the country’s roads of broken down vehicles to avoid accident, recruited the RSAs for them to help in the discharge more »

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