Our Services

Traffic Marshalls

Our traffic marshalls program is based on the development of road safety on our roads by using well trained marshalls to operate traffic on key spots in the country.

We have bridged this gap by rolling out this traffic marshalls that act as a support mechanism to reduce and ease traffic and congestion in the city.

Road Transport Magazine

The magazine provides a platform for road transport stakeholders to issue their views by providing information touching on their company profile which involves their products and services by way of advertising

Journey Management

We offer Tracking and Road side surveillance service tailored to suit your particular needs. We use a flexible and dynamic set of concepts that can be used as a tool to make road journeys safer for everyone in your company. It incorporates written policies and a standardized journey planning process to promote and enhance driver safety

Journey Management include driver fitness to verify the well-being of employees.

This service targets mainly Cargo Transporters, Long Distance PSV service provider, Shuttle Service Providers, Tour & Travel Service Providers and operator with more than 10 vehicles.

Driver Training

We offer various trainings to our clients in different categories as listed;

Drivers and Bodaboda Training

Fleet Management Training

Rider Training

Fleet Management Training

Every company that is engaged in movement of people and goods requires the services of a fleet manager.

This means that people in this industry are sought after for their ability to manage the practical demands of a vehicle.

Road Safety Clubs

Road crashes have been ranked ninth cause of deaths in the world. Majority of these deaths occur in developing countries. In Kenya over 3000 deaths are reported annually.

Proclaiming 2011-2020 as the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety was a bold and courageous move by the United Nations General Assembly. It has set safety initiatives in motion across the globe.

Though progress is uneven across countries, progress is being made. The private sector can help achieve the goals of the United Nations Decade of Action for Road Safety in collaboration with government, multilateral organizations, and civil society.

In the following section we detail three ways business can help by subscribing membership to the Road Safety Clubs Membership.

MAIN OBJECTIVE

To form road safety clubs by creating awareness and training of all road users to reduce fatalities associated with road accidents.                  

TYPES OF MEMBERSHIP

Ø  Corporate membership

Ø  Schools membership

Ø  Individual membership

Road Safety Awards

This is an annual Awards Program that has been taking place for the past 20 years since its inception in 1999.

It entails research conducted by our able team of professionals both in-house and outsourced to gather information based on efficiency, customer satisfaction and road safety planning.