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NTSB’s Nicholas Worrell Blogs About His Experiences at 3rd IRF Caribbean Regional Congress

National Transportation Safety Board Safety Advocate Nicholas Worrell was a featured presenter at the 3rd IRF Caribbean Regional Congress in Port of Spain, Trinidad, May 7-9, 2014. 

Following the event, Mr. Worrell wrote about his experiences on his blog. Below are his opening statements.

In the Caribbean islands, people often sing, reggae style, like “no man is an island, no man stands alone, treat each man as a brother … you can’t make it alone.”

The truth of those lyrics was really brought home to me last week at the 3rd International Road Federation Caribbean Regional Congress. More than 150 delegates from the Caribbean and other countries attended. Everyone gathered in Port of Spain to address key issues facing safety, infrastructure and mobility, all knowing that to improve traffic safety and save lives, well, you can’t make it alone.

Read Mr. Worrell’s full post here

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