Matrix No: Bosh 1309-3898
Persuasive Speech Outline
Topic: Motorcycle Personal Protective Equipment.
Organizational Pattern: Monroe’s Motivated Sequence.
Specific Purpose: To persuade the audience that proper motorcycle personal protective equipment for saves lives.
Primary Audience Outcome: I want the audience to join and support motorcycle safety course.
Thesis Statement: The government should pass mandatory safety motorcycles laws for all motorcycles riders.
Motorcycle riders are seven times more likely to be involved in a fatal accident than those traveling in an automobile. Motorcycle just don’t provide the protection to riders that an automobile does, and when accidents do occur, they often involve severe injuries. Sometimes paralysis can occur and permanent brain damage. This injuries can be prevented if the rider protects his body and head by wearing of personal protective equipment such as protecting clothing and helmet. Our state should pass mandatory safety motorcycles laws for all motorcycle riders.
1. The benefits wearing of personal protective equipment while riding.
a. To protect your head and reduce injuries.
b. To protect again painful debris from other bikes.
1. The rider would be much comfortable and confident while riding.
2. The personal protective equipment is easy to carry and store.
3. Easy maintaining.
1. By wearing proper personal protective equipment can be reduce having injury and avoid death.
As you know, the personal protective equipment (PPE) is regulated under the department of occupational safety and health (DOSH), the road transport department Malaysia provides guidelines for motorcycle helmets. We can help our organization to ensure that your motorcycle helmet and industrial safety helmets, visor, safety goggles, gloves, body protection, safety footwear and other safety equipment are
References: 1. Helmet for preventing injury in motorcycle rider. Center for advancing health, 2008-01-23. 2. Q&A:motorcycle helmet use laws. www.jpj.gov.my 3. www.motorcycle/council/jacketandpants.uk. 4. Occupational safety and health Act.