This Logbook is to be used to gather quantitative data to assist senior management to make informed decisions. Data gathered includes distance travelled via odometer readings, number of loading points, number of drivers driving hours and project activity. This data can then be used to produce a series of Key Performance Indicators (KPIs), using simple calculations, such as vehicle availability and on time deliveries and more.
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This tool is to be used when an individual requests the use of a health vehicle in order to keep track of the trips made by the vehicle and the purpose of these trips, and also to record any trips which were not possible because of insufficient vehicle availability.
This tool is to be used as a means of reporting accidents and should be used as part of the overall management of a vehicle fleet.
You can download T3-T19 as Word Documents using the links below, and T20 as a PDF. // Você pode baixar T3- T19 como documentos do Word usando os links abaixo e T20 como um PDF.
T3. FICHA DE VERIFICAÇÃO DE VEÍCULOS
T4. DIÁRIO DE BORDO
T5. RELATÓRIO DE ANOMALIAS PARA O OPERADOR DE VEÍCULO
T6. AUTORIZAÇÃO DE TRANSPORTE
T7. PLANO DE MOVIMENTOS PARA O PERÍODO
T8. PROGRAMA DOS TRANSPORTES PARA O PERÍODO
T9. PROGRAMA SEMANAL DE UTILIZAÇÃO DOS TRANSPORTES – SEMANA DE
T10. RELATÓRIO PERIÓDICO DOS TRANSPORTES (tabela)
T11. RELATÓRIO PERIÓDICO DOS TRANSPORTES (narrativa)
T12. INVENTÁRIO DE VEÍCULOS
T13. FICHA DE INFORMAÇÃO DO VEÍCULO
T14. RELATÓRIO DE ACIDENTE INCIDENTE
T15. RELATÓRIO DE SEGUIMENTO DE ACIDENTE INCIDENTE
T16. PROGRAMA DE REVISAO DE VEICULOS PARA 12 MESE
T17. FORMULÁRIO PARA O AVALIADOR PARA AVALIAÇÃO DE OPERADORES DE VEÍCULO
T18. REGISTO DO OPERADOR DE VEÍCULO
T19. SUMÁRIO DE MANUTENÇÃO DE VEÍCULO
T20. Gestão de Transportes: Um Auto-guião para Gestores de Transportes Locais de Serviços de Saúde Pública
Drivers Daily Walk Around Checks are a vital component in promoting road safety; ensuring that the vehicle is fit to go on the road each day is the responsibility of the driver. As a routine, the driver should check the vehicle each day to ensure that components/parts are in a safe, functional condition, will operate correctly and will not cause a danger to anyone. These posters highlight what should be checked on a daily basis and should become a routine for all drivers to conduct at the start of their period of duty. The posters are complemented by a defect report form on which he/she can itemise the faults found and bring them to the attention of the supervisor and/or engineering staff in order for them to be dealt with and the vehicle being made roadworthy prior to its use. One poster is for Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV) and the other is for Passenger Service Vehicles (PSV).
Remember: A safe driver driving an unroadworthy vehicle is a dangerous driver!
This tool (the spreadsheet) is to be used to keep track of healthcare vehicles belonging to a Ministry of Health. It keeps a record of all of the journeys made so that the transport manager knows where the driver has been, how many kilometres they have travelled and how much fuel has been used. This information should then be consolidated regularly in order to monitor trends in perfomance.
The summary form used to summarise the log book data on a regular basis, for example, monthly so that those responsible for transport can see the overall fleet performance, analyse trends and make informed decisions on how to improve the efficacy of the fleet.
These tools are in both English and Swahili.
Tool type: Logbook/Guidelines
This questionnaire is designed as a guide to collect data from agricultural workers about their daily lives and work. The data collected can be used to assess how logistics can contribute towards the improvement of access and participation in agricultural markets.
Tool type: Survey
This questionnaire was originally used in Uganda as part of a project which engaged local motorcycle taxi riders as emergency transport providers for pregnant women giving birth and/or attending antenatal care. This questionnaire is divided into two sections. Section One is to be asked to a woman who has used the emergency transport scheme to give birth at the health facility or to attend antenatal care. The answers given to the ‘Section 1A’ questions reflect the woman’s behaviour since the implementation of the programme. These answers can be compared to the answers given to the ‘Section 1B’ questions which reflect the woman’s behaviour before the implementation of the programme. Section Two of this questionnaire is to be asked to women who are not aware of the emergency transport system. The overall results of this questionnaire can be compared to the programme’s baseline to determine the success and reach of the project with regards to influencing women’s transport seeking behaviour for maternal medical care.
Tool type: Survey
This tool is for use when interviewing patients at a health facility to confidentially understand the referral process which they have been through in terms of where they have come from, how they travelled and how long it took. The questionnaire also provides questions for assessing the relative wealth of the patient.
Tool type: Survey
This tool is to be used as part of the formative assessment for the implementation of a maternal health project. It should be used to determine a community’s emergency transport needs and their current situation including details such as the distance to the clinic and the road type.
Tool Type: Survey
This logbook is to be used by drivers that are part of an emergency transport scheme to keep a log of the maternal cases that they transport to the health facility. It should be filled out every time they transport a maternal case.
Tool Type: Logbook