The FedEx branch located in St. Kitts donated 10 reflective traffic safety vests to the Traffic department during a ceremony on Monday, June 8, according to a statement released By the department. The vests were donated By FedEx Country Manager Jason Browne specifically for use By Traffic Wardens in interests of road safety, after it was noted that a number of wardens were without vests during their work hours at various schools. Head of the Traffic department, Inspector Cromwell Henry, expressed his thanks to the company for their donation on behalf of the Licensing Authority. Henry asserted that the safety vests will help to improve the visibility of the Traffic Wardens at school crossings, as well as improving safety for all road users. After commending FedEx, the Inspector encouraged other corporate citizens in the Federation to likewise shoulder their social responsibility By taking measures to enhance road safety. The safety vests were accepted By Cpl. Carlene Phipps on behalf of the Traffic department. During the donation ceremony, Browne explained that although impacted By the global economic crisis like many others, his company wanted to do its part to assist the public in any way possible. It was this expression of corporate responsibility that facilitated the decision to make the safety vest donations.