UNP offers to create courses of politeness for Uzhgorod bus drivers

23 July 2012 17:05  14317283 017774
UNP offers to create courses of politeness for Uzhgorod bus drivers

‘Initiate briefings (courses) of decency for bus drivers and dismiss from work those drivers who despise passengers’ - with this proposal turned the representatives of Transcarpathian Regional Ukrainian National Party to Uzhgorod city mayor Victor Pogorelov. The representatives of UNP cited several hundred examples of dissatisfaction with the services of passengers who provided information about the low quality of service, insults and contempt from the bus drivers’ side in their appeal. 

They state that for passengers’ transportation and the provision of relevant services is necessary not only the corresponding category in the driver's license but also the presence of knowledge concerning moral and ethical standards of behavior of drivers that transport people.

‘Immorality is the actual problem - the lack of respect and respectful attitude to the elderly, low level of personal culture, moral and ethical qualities. And everybody understood that we need to fight with this, - claims the representatives of UNP in the appeal.

Deputy Chairman of the Transcarpathian Region of UNP Mykola Nechytailo emphasizes that ‘to educate, polite, honest and cautious driver is one of the tasks of suggested briefings (courses) of decency, which should be compulsory for every driver who decided to carry passengers’.

He also reminded that ‘after another tariff increases (2 hryvnia) carriers are obligated to improve the quality of service. Therefore, the organization by conducting of literate and interesting instruction - must give a positive result and teach drivers to be humane’. 

Tags: courses of politeness, busses

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