GEG and CPSP Traffic Department Co-host Road Safety Seminars

May 7, 2019 – Galaxy Entertainment Group (GEG) and the Macau SAR Government's Public Security Police Force (CPSP) Traffic Department jointly presented three seminars on road safety. The CPSP Traffic Department Featured Seminars were held in Hotel Okura's function room and were hosted by Inspector Lam Kuai Tong, instructor of CPSP Traffic Department, who gave the audience an in-depth explanation of Macau's traffic regulations. In joining hands with the CPSP to host these seminars, it was GEG’s hope to raise the general public's awareness on road safety.

Upwards of 150 GEG team members and executives attended the seminars, where the speaker introduced the audience to traffic regulations, causes of and statistics on traffic accidents, common traffic violations, tips on safe driving and avoiding road accidents, and traffic accident investigation procedures. Moreover, case studies were presented to allow the participants to analyze the causes, results and proper handling of traffic accidents. During the Q&A session, the speaker and participants exchanged insights on road safety. Also attending the seminar were Superintendent Ma Chio Hong, Acting Head of CPSP Traffic Department’s Traffic Control Commission and Superintendent Leong Wai Chi, CPSP Commission of Inquiry.

Superintendent Ma Chio Hong said, "The success of these seminars is a result of the support and contribution of all related parties. Moving forward, we would like to co-launch more activities with GEG in a bid to improve road safety by emphasizing the importance of safe driving to the general public."

In support of the Macau SAR Government's environmental protection efforts, GEG in 2018 became the first gaming company in Macau to operate a fleet of electric buses. Moreover, upholding its “Asian Heart” service philosophy, GEG is dedicated to providing an unforgettable experience to customers from the time they step foot on GEG's shuttle buses. In the future, GEG will continue to play to its strengths in supporting the Government's positioning of Macau as a World Centre of Tourism and Leisure.