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November 19, 2023

Aitken Spence Logistics Steers the Path to Accident-Free Roads

On the 19th of November 2023, Aitken Spence Logistics hosted a crucial seminar at its Main Office in Mabole, addressing the imperative need for traffic rules and road safety awareness among drivers and helpers. The seminar covered a spectrum of essential topics, focusing on promoting responsible and safe driving practices. Key discussions included the importance of good driving by adhering to road rules and regulations.

Moreover, the seminar delved into new technical applications for investigating road accidents, providing valuable insights into the evolving landscape of accident analysis. Attendees also learned practical ways to reduce accidents while driving and how to respond effectively in the event of an accident.

The seminar conducted an esteemed speaker, Mr. Chinthaka Aththanayake, the Chief Inspector of Police in charge of the Western Province (South) Traffic Division, based in Peliyagoda. With a wealth of experience and expertise in traffic management, Mr. Aththanayake shared invaluable insights to enhance the awareness and skills of the participants.

The seminar comprised prime mover drivers and helpers, who play a crucial role in the logistics sector. With a total of 116 attendees, the seminar successfully reached a substantial number of individuals, contributing to a wider dissemination of knowledge and fostering a culture of safety within the Aitken Spence Logistics community.

Aitken Spence Logistics' seminar on traffic rules and road safety proved to be a significant milestone in promoting responsible driving practices among drivers and helpers. By addressing key issues, providing expert insights, and engaging a considerable audience, the seminar aimed at reducing accidents and making our roads safer for everyone. The commitment to bringing the accident rate to zero reflects Aitken Spence Logistics' dedication to ensuring the well-being of its drivers, helpers, and the community at large.