World Day of Remembrance is celebrated around the world on the 3rd Sunday of November each year and pays tribute to those that have lost their lives through road accidents, particularly through drunk driving. This year local restaurant Spiga ‘d Oro organized the event held at Sutton Park and rallied the community and businesses to be part of the day. Pictured here is Michael Crossland of Precision Safety Appliances (PSA); Caro Smit, Director of South Africans Against Drunk Driving (SADD) and Hank Lombard also from PSA. PSA supply Lifeloc breathalysers which are used by Metro Police as well as businesses with a need to test their staff. “We’re always looking for ways to educate drivers about the dangers of driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol so we jumped at the opportunity to be help sponsor this event” said Hank. The best way to ensure you’re safe to drive is to use a breathalyser but we realise most people don’t have access to one. So we decided to create brochures to help educate the public on how to calculate their blood alcohol concentration as well as give advice on safe drinking habits. However the best and safest attitude to have is that if you plan on driving, don’t drink.