What is Safety? Safety, as it were, means freedom from danger; it is a state of being safe. Hence, to ensure there is safety, different things or objects may be used as parts of safety measures such as human, sign, symbol, education, advertisement, weapon to mention but a few. What is Road Safety? Road safety involves all activities engaged to make all the road users free from danger. It can also be defined as those measures and methods put in place to protect all road users from being injured or killed while making use of the road. However, the road safety of every road user must be the utmost importance of all the levels of government; hence, the need to implement the road safety policy that will protect the life of all road users is inevitable. It is the responsibility of all concerned, in different countries, to enforce the road safety rules and regulations. In addition, improving road safety in any given environment will surely involve the following sectors: transportation, health care, emergency service, law enforcement and education. This 5 agents must be active and ready at all time to rise up to the task. It is also good for transport authorities to set a target. Road safety target should be understandable, cost-effective, monitored, realistic and achievable. What is Policy? It is the set of principles and guidelines adopted to achieve the organizational goal. What is a road safety policy? It is a set of principles and guidelines formulated to improve the safety of all road users. It is the statement of various steps to be taken-over to achieve the envisaged targets set in this field of transport to tackle identified safety issues or problems. In simple language, it is the wisdom and method of action to guide and determine both the present and the future affairs of safety in road transportation. A good road safety policy is meant to look into the different risks associated with road transport and provide solutions to eliminate all the risks. It is the one that ensures risks of injuries and deaths are low and manageable. However, it should be noted that proper planning is important to achieve the road safety goals. Hence, the road safety plan must contain a vision statement, policy guidelines, strategies and specific actions to be taken. High rate of deaths and injuries on public roads are not a fundamental law of nature as many people assume. Many people believe it is fate for someone to be injured or die in a road accident. I humbly and firmly wish to let you know that most accidents on our roads are caused by human errors and that most accidents we see are avoidable accidents. All that is needed to eliminate risks or to reduce high rate of deaths and injuries on our roads is the road safety policy and strong commitment by concerned institutions to implement the policy. However, examples of countries that have been successful in improving their road safety are: Sweden, New Zealand, Netherland and Japan, amongst others. They are able to achieve this feat as a result of their strong road safety policies as well as strong commitment to implement them.