22nd December 2012 - The Oil and Gas Discovery Centre (OGDC) in Seria recently opened its Traffic Games Park to the public. The park has been used annually for the National Traffic Games Competition participated by government and private schools. OGDC yesterday conducted its second annual OGDC Traffic Games Competition for the members of the public to participate and compete amongst teams.
Among the aims of conducting the OGDC Traffic Games Competition is to further promote and extend education to the younger generation and majority of public on road safety, as well as raising public awareness on the value on road safety, and teaching everyone the importance of practicing courtesy on the roads.
The participation from the members of the public was overwhelming, where OGDC received 66 participants joining this competition. Participants vary from ages 9 to 15 years old. Participants have to compete in groups, where each group consists of 6 people, comprising of two drivers, two cyclists and two pedestrians.
Each team has to travel to various designated checkpoints within 20 minutes to collect 10 points. At the same time, no participants is allowed to break any road traffic rules and regulations, summons will be given to the offenders and points will be deducted from the team.
The OGDC Traffic Games Competition concluded with the presentation of prizes to the winners and certificates to the participants by Stephanie. S .Sekhon Exhibition and Education Coordinator of OGDC.
The OGDC symbolizes the long-term commitment of Brunei Shell Petroleum Company Sdn Bhd (BSP) towards the sustainable development of Brunei Darussalam and its people through fun and educational activities.
--Courtesy of Brudirect.com