Federal Road Safety Corps Salary Structure and How they Pay Workers.
Federal Road Safety Corps Salary Scale: This article will enlighten you more on the least and high amount of money Federal Road Safety pays its officers monthly and annually, starting from the highest rank staff to the lowest vacant position.
FRSC stands for Federal Road Safety Corps and one of their function is regulating the highway for motorists and other road users to avoid accidents. Most people who want to build a career in the FRSC would want to know whether the FRSC pay well or how the FRSC salary scheme is.
N/B: Officers in the FRSC are paid according to their ranks and levels just as it is applicable in the Nigerian Navy, Army, Air-force and Police. What a level six FRSC officer earns would be different from what a level 8 officer would earn.
In February 1988, the Federal Government created the Federal Road Safety Commission through Decree No. 45 of 1988 as amended by Decree 35 of 1992 referred to in the statute books as the FRSC Act cap 141 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria (LFN). Passed by the National Assembly as Federal Road Safety Commission (establishment) Act 2007. The functions of the Commission generally relates to:
- Making the highway safe for motorists and other road users.
- Recommending works and devices designed to eliminate or minimize accidents on the highways and advising the Federal and State Governments including the Federal Capital Territory Administration and relevant governmental agencies on the localities where such works and devices are required, and
- Educating motorists and members of the public on the importance of discipline on the highway.
Federal Road Safety Corps Salary Structure.
These salaries are basic net annual salaries, meaning that the figures given below are arrived at after all necessary annual deductions have been made.
|S/N||Rank||Basic Annual Salaries|
|1||Chief Inspector (CI)||₦1405449|
|2||Deputy Chief Inspector (DCI)||₦1325234|
|3||Assistant Chief Inspector (ACI)||₦1252038|
|4||Principal Marshal Inspector (PMI)||₦1143539|
|5||Senior Marshal Inspector (SMI)||₦1,058,416|
|6||Marshal Inspector I (MI-I)||₦777,876|
|7||Marshal Inspector II (MI-II)||₦548,387|
|8||Marshal Inspector III (MI-III)||₦393,442|
|9||Chief Road Marshal Assistant (CRMA)||₦966,761|
|10||Deputy Road Marshal Assistant (DRMA)||₦539,048|
|11||Senior Road Marshal Assistant (SRMA)||₦387,428|
|12||Road Marshal Assistant I (RMA I)||₦349,589|
|13||Road Marshal Assistant II (RMA II)||₦319,741|
|14||Road Marshal Assistant III (RMA III)||₦305,576|
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Although we tried to get more information from the FRSC officers we met, they refused to respond but gave the above figures. If you have an idea on the FRSC salary scale or feel that any of the figures written is not correct, please help by informing us using the comment section below with proof and we would add it to this page.
FRSC Qualification and Rank Structure – Entry Level.
|Qualification||Grade Level||Basic Salary Range per annum||Possible Rank|
|SSCE||03||298506 - 330231||RMA-III|
|OND||05||329853 – 374259||MI-III|
|HND||07||483014 – 567065||MI|
|BSC||08||888956 – 988991||ARC|
It is important to note that the salaries given above are basic salaries exclusive of any benefits package.
FRSC Staff Welfare.
The federal road safety corps provides medical care and facilities to road accident victims and staff members. The Federal Road Safety Commission has provided a total of 20 roadside clinics, 12 zonal clinics, and 1 clinic at the headquarters. There are 23 medical doctors, 121 nurses, 51 paramedics, and 57 supporting staff who manage the clinic.
The Federal Road Safety Commission provides housing benefits for staff members through the FRSC housing cooperative scheme that was inaugurated in June 2004. The concept of this scheme was born out of the burning desire to assist members who also contribute to the National Housing Fund to access the Federal Mortgage Bank Loan and become proud owners of their houses which they may retire to.
The objective of the scheme is;
- To procure, build, and allot empty lands to her members
- To manage the estates for serving and retiring/discharging service-personnel.
The Federal Road Safety Commission Cooperative society help members’ access loan, savings, and all buy goods at a rate from trusted customers. An example of goods provided by the cooperative society on a subsidized rate to the member staff is the list of verified car brands for interested members.
SPECIAL MARSHALS WELFARE:
Special marshals are covered by an insurance policy in case of death through road traffic accidents. They are also protected by immunity provision in the Act. By this immunity clause, the special marshal is shielded from liability for any act validly done by him on the route to which he is assigned.
It is observed that the Federal Road Safety Corps officers’ salaries are calculated based on their ranks just like other government agencies like; The Nigerian Police, Navy, Air force, and The Nigerian Army.
After well-conducted research sponsored by our TEAM, we gathered that for those who joined the Federal Road Safety Corp with a secondary certificate, earn about N40, 000 per month. Graduates in FRSC are paid from N100, 000 and above while for high ranking officers, salary is from N250, 000 and above. It is important to note that the Federal Road Safety Corps officers also enjoy other benefits like rent, uniforms, etc.
It is also important to note that the salary structure given above is gotten from the Consolidated Para-Military Salary Structure (CONPASS).
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Apart from the salaries received by the men and officers of the Federal Road Safety Corps, there is also the practice of Illegal Charges implemented on individuals on the roadside due to wrong parking or incomplete drivers’ credentials.
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