Better service to the public

Recently the new regulator of the local enforcement system (LESA) has announced that in an effort to offer a better service to the public at large all local wardens who are on route services will also be trained and deployed whenever traffic collisions occur in their respective districts. This, in effect means that wardens who are assigned to traffic accidents will be supported by over 50 wardens who are out on their  beat daily and will therefore  be able to cope better with the demand for such services.

The reason behind this change is to reduce waiting time and to offer flexibility which in turn will mean a better service on our roads.

The company is very much in favour of this new set up as such flexibility will allow wardens to reach out and respond immediately to all traffic accidents on our roads and further training to all wardens has commenced with the idea of implementing such changes at the earliest possible.