Annual General Meeting 2019

annual general meeting imageMonday, September 30, 2019 starting at 7 pm in the Qualicum Beach Civic Centre.

Oceanside Community Safety has a governance volunteer Board comprised of residents of Oceanside (BC School District 69) whose mandate is to make our community a safer place to live. We have one employee and over 175 volunteers in programs such as Block Watch, Citizens on Patrol and Speed Watch.

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RCMP Occupant Restraint Enforcement Campaign

buckle up imageWearing a seatbelt is one of the most important ways for drivers – and passengers – to protect themselves. Your chances of surviving a vehicle crash increase dramatically if you are wearing a seatbelt properly.

Seatbelts reduce the risk of occupants striking the interior of the vehicle, colliding with other passengers, or being ejected.

Every seat used in your vehicle must have a seatbelt.

Leave Your Phone Alone

ICBC LogoDistracted driving now causes more fatal crashes in BC than impaired driving. When you’re behind the wheel, take a break from your phone.

The use of hand-held personal electronic devices has been banned in BC since 2010. The law also applies while you’re stopped at a red light or slowed in traffic.

The penalty for one distracted driving ticket is a $368 fine and four penalty points ($210) for a total of $578.

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