Cear launches safety rules


The Central East African Railways (Cear) on Friday unveiled its new safety “golden rules” aimed at narrowing risks and addressing safety concerns among staff members.

The rules are an extension of documented safety measures the firm adopted few years ago.

Cear Managing Director Hendry Chimwaza said after he unveiled the new 10 rules at Limbe offices that the step taken will help address safety concerns among staff members.


He banks on adherence among the staff if the rules are to have an impact.

“The golden rules involve change of attitude and adoption of safety working measures. If adhered to, the rules will significantly improve safety concerns,” he said.

He said prior to change of shareholding, “safety was compromised until Vale came in”.


He said then, the business had no documented safety rules which made its staff susceptible to more accidents.

“Since the documentation we have seen a positive improvement. This is in line with the recommendations of the rest of compromise under Vale. We are putting emphasis on the life first,” said Chimwaza.

One staff member Samuel Matope, an inspector at the civil angering department commended the firm for putting emphasis on safety rules.

“The rules would help protect staff members and further safeguard finances used after accidents,” he said.

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