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HARJIT SINGH

Vice President of the Malaysian Road and Transportation Safety Association (MRTSA)

Panel member of National Occupation Skill Standard(NOSS) in Road Transport Safety Managament(RTSM)

Lead Auditor for ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety
Management System (RTSMS)

Harjit Singh, is a passionate trainer in Road Safety, loves working with people. His commitment to making learning enjoyable and fun comes from a friendly and interactive nature of him.He has a unique ability to relate to people from all levels that makes his sessions learner oriented. His in-depth knowledge and experience in Road Transport Safety have sparked the sense to reach and teach the younger generation on the message of internalising Road Safety.

His corporate experience with multinationals managing Road Transport Safety via many methods including the development and training of teaching modules on Anti-theft and anti-hijack measures, Defensive Driving Techniques for Heavy Good Vehicles for several multinational clients and the results has been outstanding in reducing the number of road traffic accidents. Having the experience as a Safety and Health Officer, he further pursued to obtain his certification as a Trainer,accredited by the National Institute ofOccupational Safety& Health (NIOSH).

In pursuant to his passion in Road Safety, Harjit was appointed as a panel member for the development of the National Occupation Skill Standard (NOSS) curriculum in Road Transport Safety Management (RTSM) for Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran. This skill-based competency shall be the platform to churn out Road Transport Safety Officers (RTSO) to serve the industry in the coming years. He is now a Lead Auditor for ISO 39001 Road Traffic Safety Management System (RTSMS) accredited by NIOSH Certification Sdn. Bhd. Harjit is the Vice President of the Malaysian Road and Transportation Safety Association (MRTSA) and was appointed as a trainer for Malaysian Institute of Road Safety Research (MIROS).