RTA inspects centres to ensure compliance with COVID-19 measures
The RTA has carried out 1,000 field inspections covering vehicles testing and registration sites during April and May
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) is continuing its inspection campaigns at service provider centres including vehicle testing and registration facilities and driving institutes to verify the compliance with the preventive health measures intended to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Commenting on the campaigns, the director of licensing activities and monitoring at the RTA, Mohammed Nabhan, said: “Site visits have been carried out at service provider centres during these exceptional circumstances and inspectional tours have been implemented, focusing on how service provider centres follow precautionary and preventive measures against COVID-19 outbreak that support the monitoring plans of the department.”
The RTA has carried out 1,000 field inspections covering vehicles testing and registration sites during April and May to monitor the preventive health precautions at service provider centres.
“Inspection campaigns spotted 24 violations regarding non-compliance with preventive measures against coronavirus and other violations,” Nabhan added.
“Due to the status quo, field inspections and monitoring teams took strict measures on violating centres and stressed the importance of full compliance with instructions and circulars of RTA’s Licensing Agency.
“RTA is very serious about taking maximum precautions across all service outlets. It will spare no effort to protect the health and safety of both clients and employees in these facilities against the outbreak of COVID-19. Such efforts signal RTA’s active role in implementing the national programmes to fight this global pandemic,” he concluded.