Parents in Bangkok have taken part in a road safety training program to help their children be safer on the streets, hosted by road safety charity, the AIP Foundation.

50 parents from the Kehachumchonlatkrabang school had training focusing on the importance of their children wearing helmets and making helmets fit correctly.

The charity said the district in Bangkok has the most accidents due to being in a factory area.

The training, which empowers parents to be safer on the road increasing their expertise and skills on general road safety, is part of the charity’s Safety Delivered program, supported by The UPS Foundation.

Safety Delivered works with primary school students and motorcyclists in high-risk areas in India, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam to promote safe driving skills as well as increasing helmet use among children.