#ShellSelamatSampai will be piloted at two secondary schools, Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Subang and Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Subang Bestari; as well as UiTM Selangor Puncak Alam and the Kampung Melayu Subang community, reaching approximately 40,000 people. #ShellSelamatSampai will also be launched in Sarawak and Sabah later this year.
“This year, Shell Malaysia celebrates our 125th anniversary of fuelling Malaysian progress. We started the journey for road safety education with school children when we launched our first Shell Traffic Games in 1957. Today, with #ShellSelamatSampai, we are building on our legacy and long-standing relationships with government and private sector partners to reach a new generation so that everyone can enjoy safer journeys on the road,” said Datuk Azman.
#ShellSelamatSampai partners include the Ministry of Education; Road Safety Department (JKJR); Road Transport Department (JPJ); Royal Malaysian Police (PDRM); Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS); Public Works Department (JKR); residents associations, local councils and district offices of participating communities; as well as participating secondary schools, colleges and universities.
#ShellSelamatSampai builds on the company’s previous road safety programme, the iconic Shell Traffic Games, which provided road safety awareness to more than a million Malaysian students during its 58-year run. Shell also recently announced its partnership with the Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS) to improve road safety through the International Road Assessment Programme (iRAP).
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