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Vivo Energy Ghana to launch wellness programme for commercial drivers 


Vivo Energy Ghana to launch wellness programme for commercial drivers

Accra, Ghana– October 27, 2023- Vivo Energy Ghana, Shell licensee in partnership with the National Road Safety Authority and Health Nexus Network is set to launch the highly anticipated Fit2Drive Wellness Programme designed specifically for commercial drivers.

The Fit2Drive Wellness Programme aims to promote and enhance the physical and mental well-being of commercial drivers, ensuring they maintain optimal health and safety standards while on the road.
“Following the successful launch and roll-out of our STOP, THINK & DRIVE road safety campaign, we are excited to refocus on the health of our commercial drivers. We believe that investing in the wellness of our drivers is essential for fostering a safer and more efficient transportation system”, says Kader Maiga, Managing Director of Vivo Energy Ghana.

As a major player in the downstream petroleum sector, championing and setting standards for safety, innovation and quality, we remain resolute in our commitment to make positive impact in communities where we operate by implementing long-term sustainable development initiatives with a focus on the health of our people.

The launch of the Fit2Drive Wellness Programme is scheduled for Thursday 2nd November 2023 at the Neoplan Station, Accra. The time is 9am.

According to health professionals, the health risk factors associated with driving include long hours in a single body posture, exposure to vibration, vehicle exhaust, noise, fatigue, self-medication among others. Divers who participate in the programme will go through a free occupational health assessment funded by Vivo Energy Ghana.
At Vivo Energy Ghana, we understand that the well-being of commercial drivers is paramount not only for their personal health but also for the safety and success of our operations. This programme has been specially tailored to address the unique health challenges and demands of the driving profession.

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