Trucking Wellness attended the International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands from 23 to 27 July 2018. Trucking Wellness applied for dispensing licenses for all nurses in April 2018. Unitrans became a partner of the Trucking Wellness Programme. Partnership formed with Fleetwatch Magazine “Your Truck Your Gym”.
CEP arranged and paid for 5 nurses to attend a dispensing course (Zeerust, Hanover, Kokstad, Warden and Colesburg) from 29 May to 2 June 2017 which they successfully passed. A cloud-based capturing system was introduced to the Wellness Mobiles and started producing reports as at end September 2017. Trucking Wellness attended the Southern African AIDS Conference in Durban from 13 to 15 June 2017. CEP revamped and installed newly developed branding for the Roadside Wellness Clinics. Patrick O’Leary from Fleetwatch Magazine was appointed as
Finalization of revamped Roadside Clinics: Marianhill, Warden, Villiers, Kokstad, Port Elizabeth, East London and Roodekop completed by July 2016. Trucking Wellness attended the World Aids Conference in Durban from 18 to 22 July 2016. Establishment of Quality Assurance Nurses Committee.
Five Ford Rangers and two Mercedes-Benz Vito are purchased
21 747 HIV tests are conducted
16 663 HIV tests are conducted
Trucking Wellness established a “Wellness Working Committee”
The 22nd Roadside Wellness Center opened
Formalization of partnership with Mercedes-Benz South Africa
Fith Mobile Wellness Center is introduced
Trucking Against Aids Programme is rebranded as Trucking Wellness
Two additional Wellness Centers are established
Corridor Empowerment Project (CEP) is introduced with industry approval
Two additional centers are established
Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA) begins funding
First Mobile Wellness Center is introduced into the programme
Imperial Logistics and UTI become sponsors of various Wellness Centers
Two additional Centers are established
First Wellness Center is established
Trucking against AIDS programme is launched.