Sharmane Roland-Bowen (second from right), President of the Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA) along with (from left) BRSA 2nd Vice President, David Wall; Vice President John Herbert; PRO Richard Cox and Executive Member Renveld Blenman led by example, by taking the ‘Silent 4 Safety’ Pledge to silence and put away their cell phones, at the launch of their campaign against distracted driving.

BRSA launches ‘Silent 4 Safety’ Campaign

Drivers in Barbados are being asked to join in the fight to end distracted driving, by making a commitment to silence and putting away their cell phones when driving and to also use hands free devi

Shernelle Arthur, Instructor in the Nursing Department at the Barbados Community College (BCC), showing these young ladies how to care for a patient.

Assistant Registrar at the BCC, Carolyn Woodroffe-Holder, speaking with The Barbados Advocate on the sidelines of the informational expo.

BCC hosts information expo

THE Division of Fine Arts, the Liberal Arts Division, the Natural Sciences Division, the Computer Science Department, the Hospitality Institute and the Nursing Department were among the various div

Fear not

ACTING Chief Labour Officer (CLO), Victor Felix, is encouraging victims of sexual harassment in the workplace to report the matter to the Labour Department without fear.

David Wall, 2nd Vice President of the Barbados Road Safety Association (BRSA), who has embraced the new law and its allowance for hands-free phone use via Bluetooth devices, displays one he has been using since 2010, as BRSA Vice President, John Herbert looks on.


Barbadians should comply with the new law barring cellphone use whilst driving, rather than complain about it.


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