[Right of Way] The city's most dangerous job?
MANILA, Philippines – Working on the streets of Metro Manila could be cruel.
Apart from the hazards of road crashes, the elements could also take their toll on the worker.
In this episode, Vince Lazatin talks to Dr. Emmanuel Baja about the toxic levels of lead in traffic enforcers' blood (READ: Lead found in MMDA traffic enforcers’ blood – study), and Rodney Ronsayro of 3M Philippines about the solutions that could help road workers lessen the effect of air and noise pollution. – Rappler.com
In the Philippines, an average of more than 600 children died from road crash incidents from 2006 to 2015. Seat belts can save lives but infants and children need a more specific type of car seats for them in case of a road mishap.
Want to know more about child safety car seats? Here are some stories:
Learn more about Rappler's road safety campaign by visiting the #SaferRoadsPH microsite.
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