The Department of Works has hosted workshops in Port Moresby and Lae aimed at strengthening road safety measures across Papua New Guinea. The two Australian-funded workshops coincided with the fourth UN Global Road Safety Week recently and brought together key partners in order to promote improved road safety.
More than 60 contractors have taken part in a series of workshops aimed at strengthening the capacity of the road construction industry in Papua New Guinea last month. The workshops were delivered as part of the economic partnership between Papua New Guinea and Australia to support the growing road construction industry.
Papua New Guinea Air Services Limited today launched a new project that will greatly improve the safety and reliability of aircraft landing at major airports across the country.
Papua New Guinea’s National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) and Australian High Commission this week signed a new partnership arrangement in support of the maritime agency’s vital work.
Papua New Guinea’s Department of Works and the Australian High Commission yesterday celebrated the signing of a long-term arrangement formalising Australia’s technical support to the Department through the Transport Sector Support Program.
Key initiatives implemented by the National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) over the last 12 months have helped to improve maritime safety in Bougainville.
The transport sector in Papua New Guinea has celebrated the tenth anniversary of the Transport Sector Coordination, Monitoring and Implementation Committee (TSCMIC).
The National Maritime Safety Authority (NMSA) unveiled new communications technology to enhance safety at sea.
The Global Maritime Distress Safety System was launched by dignitaries from Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Australia at NMSA’s offices in Port Moresby.
The Department of Works hosted an important seminar for key road safety stakeholders on 10 May. The focus was on the role that engineering can play in road safety.
It is pleasing to announce on International Women’s Day that Ms Bessie Andrew will graduate from a joint Papua New Guinea - Australian 2 year Senior Executive Development Program