Mobil Lubricants’ Efforts to Apply Health Protocols to Public Transportation

DAPURPACU – Safety and health devices for driving are not entirely the ‘right’ of private vehicle owners. Public transportation is now required to have this safety kit.

Especially at this time where the Covid-19 pandemic has not ended in Indonesia, making the public even more restless when using public transportation. Therefore, community intervention is needed so that its spread does not become more widespread.

As more and more public transportation operates during the transition or new normal, Mobil Lubricants provides safety kits to all public transport managers.

Entering the transition period or what is commonly called the new normal, land transportation, such as intercity and interprovincial (AKAP) buses, began to operate again carrying passengers.

Even so, many adjustments have to be made by PO Bus owners regarding the implementation of health protocols to prevent the spread of the virus.

On this basis, PT ExxonMobil Lubricants Indonesia (EMLI), through Mobil Lubricants, provides safety kits to all bus public transport managers who are members of the Indonesian Young Autobus Entrepreneurs Association (IPOMI).

The Car Lubricants safety kit contains a disinfectant machine, a seat cover that reads physical distancing, hand sanitizers and masks for the driver and conductor.

Eben Tambunan, General Manager of Mobil Brand said that the provision of this safety kit is one of his efforts to support government programs to be consistent in implementing health protocols during the pandemic.

“Of course, our focus besides safety and comfort is to maintain good relations with stakeholders, in order to jointly fight against the pandemic by adapting to new habits,” said Eben.

On the other hand, the Chairman of IPOMI, Kurnia Lesani Adnan, appreciated what Mobil Lubricants had done in providing safety kits, as well as continuing to educate operators on the importance of health protocols during the pandemic.

According to him, this is a real form of concern for health standards in land transportation, especially public transportation as public servants.

“We hope this support and cooperation can continue,” concluded Kurnia, in a written statement. [dp/MTH]

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