1. Driver Fitness: documentation, fatigue, alcohol abuse;
2. Moving Violations: barrier lines, red light infringements, cell phones, over-speeding;
3. Overloading: passenger and freight transport vehicles;
4. Vehicle Fitness: documentation, roadworthiness and registration plate enforcement;
5. Pedestrian Safety: pedestrian jay-walking, drink and walk;
6. Seatbelts: a stand-alone three-month campaign.
7. Vehicle visibility, defective front and rear lamps
8. Following distances between heavy vehicles, inconsiderate driving
9. Crime Prevention/Public Safety/Pro Active Policing
1 To reduce accidents, fatalities and injuries.
2 To create a heightened awareness of road traffic safety issues.
3 To inculcate good road user behaviour and encourage voluntary compliance.
4 To increase detection and pro secution of critical offences.
5 To reduce offence rates on all key safety indices.
6 To reduce road accident trauma and costs.
7 To restore confidence and respect for the road traffic management fraternity.
8 To project a professional image of the enforcement practitioners.
9 To harmonize and co-ordinate common operations at all three tiers of service delivery.
10 To maximize communications and publicity exposure for enforcement issues.
11 Create fatigue management strategies
12 To assist in crime prevention activities and pro active policing initiatives
[Photo from training day on combatting overloading of heavy vehicles with Mikros Systems]