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UNRA_UGANDA Feb 12
📌STATISTIC: Last F/Y 2017/2018 saw significant improvement in the condition of the Road Network: 97% of paved roads were in fair to good condition while unpaved roads were at 83%. Both scores are above the NDP II target of 85% & 70% respectively.
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SGS GROUP Feb 13
9001 certification helps organisations to develop and improve performance.
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MoWT Feb 7
Goodies to be won after drinking?
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Uganda CAA Feb 6
CAA hosted the Top Management Team for a meeting that involved inspection of works at Entebbe Airport. The team led by the Minister of State (Transport), Hon. Aggrey Bagiire, inspected projects for upgrade & expansion of Entebbe Airport, among others.
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UNRA_UGANDA Feb 4
Replying to @UNRA_UG
Ongoing gravelling works on Kira-Kasangati-Matugga road.
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UNRA_UGANDA Feb 4
Replying to @UNRA_UG
Finally on Kira-Kasangati-Matugga rd, we've repeatedly informed you about plans to upgrade the road from current gravel to paved standard We're happy to inform you that the Procurement process has since kicked off. Upgrading the road is therefore the ultimate solution.
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UNRA_UGANDA Feb 4
Replying to @UNRA_UG
At the moment, heaps of gravel have been dumped on site by our contractor, Cannansites Limited to facilitate gravelling works.
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UNRA_UGANDA Feb 4
Hello friends. We have noted the feedback/concerns from road users along Kira-Kasangati-Matugga road. Our Maintenance team is on ground. Let's share a few details about the current progress of works & future plans in a short while.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
Today we are celebrating the drivers and hauliers that play a very critical role in our business.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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We are today celebrating 389 high performing truck drivers and 4 transporters at the annual award ceremony at Protea Hotel Kampala under the theme
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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The Drivers' League was formed in 2002 with the objective of inspiring drivers to better road safety behavior and compliance. The league measures drivers' performance on a day to day basis and culminates in an annual award ceremony held by
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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Our "Goal Zero" aim means zero harm to people, assets and the environment in all our operations. The theme seeks to remind drivers to continue to put their best foot forward and make Goal Zero a personal goal.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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Our drivers' performance is monitored using On Board Computers (OBC) and in-cab cameras installed in every truck to allow for real time reports.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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We conduct 20-30 defensive driving training annually for about 200 drivers to ensure their knowledge of how to remain safe on the road is top of mind and applicable.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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The best class A driver from each haulier was recognized for their commitment to These drivers have worked with for over 12 years combined, consistently reported potential incidents 1/2
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
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2/2 serve as mentors and coaches to fellow drivers and have come up with innovative ways of doing their jobs smarter and safer.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
Replying to @VivoEnergyUg
The MD Mr.Gilbert Assi explained, "This year we are recognizing both drivers and hauliers who excelled as they delivered Shell fuels covering a distance of approximately 15 million kilometers without any fatality in 2018."
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
Replying to @VivoEnergyUg
Our best driver 2018 is Mr. Fahad Lubega. In 2018, he transported 10,640,000 liters of fuel products across the country covering 66,446 kilometers and did not violate any of the company rules or driving requirements
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
Replying to @VivoEnergyUg
Mr. Fahad Lubega reported 57 credible Potential Incidents, worked 3,080 hours, had only 11 tyres changed with a rate of 1% tyre change per month and had a 97% Delivery on Time rate for product handled.
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Vivo Energy Uganda Feb 2
Replying to @VivoEnergyUg
"The best performing haulier was scored against the number of Class A Drivers in the Drivers League system, Potential Incident target, innovation, Road Transport compliance among others. Our 2018 winner is SIBED transporters Limited." MD Mr. Gilbert Assi
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