Safe Practices in Passenger Transport Networks – CILT Best Practice Response Webinar Our third international webinar on Safe Practices in Passenger Transport Networks will take place on Wednesday
With a significant reduction in the number of international and regional cargo flights able to operate, there is increasing reliance on road transport operators in Africa.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport (CILT) has published its fourth Covid-19 Best Practice Bulletin for members in the logistics, supply chain and transport sector
As we face the greatest fight of our professional lives we need transport planners with super powers.
Ministry of health issues operational guidelines
Domestic travel in Nigeria is via road, rail, inland waterways and air, but transportation by road remains dominant, accounting for about 90% of total travel.
Public transport dealt well with the effects of Covid-19 during level 4 lockdown, but is likely to be under more pressure as the country moves to level 3.
Air Canada and VIA Rail instigate new measures to reduce health risks to passengers and employees.
We are seeing variations in safe practices for prevention of the disease spread that is evident in lockdowns, and also in plans for the return of some economic activity.
Ireland is a big player in the aviation world: 50% of all aircraft flown are leased from Ireland, and Ryanair is Europe’s largest passenger carrier.
Members asked to contribute to the global Covid-19 Best Practice discussion
Guest Speakers Will Holden and Dave Howorth to discuss international responses in the medicine and health supply chain, and UK /Ireland responses in manufacturing and retail.