New Hoong Fatt Holdings Bhd signs MOU with Road Safety Department

Published on January 28th, 2010

Public listed company, New Hoong Fatt Holdings Berhad (NHF) today signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Road Safety Department to co-operate in developing a smart partnership to implement and promote road safety programmes for NHF’s employees.

NHF is the country’s leading automotive body replacement parts manufacturer and its products are also found in over 40 countries worldwide.

The MoU was signed by NHF’s Managing Director, Mr Chin Jit Sin, and Datuk Suret Singh, Director General of the Road Safety Department, Ministry of Transport Malaysia formalising a collaboration between the two parties to carry out road safety interventions such as road safety advocacy and awareness programmes.

“NHF has more than 1,000 employees, a large number of whom are motorcyclists. Over the last few years, there has been an increase in the number of our employees involved in road accidents. This trend alarms us and we decided to take a positive step by collaborating with the Road Safety Department to promote road safety among our employees to help reduce the number of road accidents,” said Mr Chin during the MoU signing ceremony.


By organising an upcoming advocacy event for its employees, NHF hopes to reinforce the message of road safety not only to its employees, but also among their families, and the local communities.

“We believe that through education, accidents can be prevented and lives can be saved, and we are thankful to Datuk Suret and his team for helping us drive home this road safety message to our employees. As a responsible employer, NHF takes every precaution in our work processes to ensure the safety of our employees.  Signing this MoU with the Road Safety Department takes our commitment to safety to the next level,” elaborated Mr Chin.

Explained Datuk Suret Singh, “The Road Safety Department’s vision is ‘zero death resulting from road accidents’.  In signing this MoU with NHF, we are one step closer to fulfilling this vision.  Our role is to educate and increase the level of awareness of road safety amongst the public. Through advocacy programmes and collaboration with caring corporations such as NHF, we hope to achieve this vision”.

At the MoU singing ceremony, NHF distributed reflective jackets to its employees while the Road Safety Department presented them with crash helmets.

Following the MoU, the Road Safety Department will conduct a road safety talk and intervention programme for NHF employees on February 11, before the Chinese New Year travel season. The talk will highlight road safety tips, road safety education and the importance of vehicle enhancement methods.

text & pix: NHF



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