Contact guide for disabled passengers
The Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications prepared a guide book for the personnel in the transportation vehicles to communicate with disabled passengers.
Uyla Communication Guide for Persons with Disabilities beri prepared in cooperation with the Ministry of Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communication and the European Conference of International Transporters (UITP) and the European Ministers of Transport (ECMT) will be distributed free of charge to persons and organizations providing public transportation services through 10-16 May Disability Week.
Sağlam We need to ensure the comfort of the disabled house ”
Transport, Maritime Affairs and Communications Minister Binali Yildirim, duyarlılık Communication Guide for the Passenger with Disabilities, ”said in a statement, recognizing the disabled, correct communication, requires sensitivity and information, stating that, ilgili let us not forget, disabled people are not waiting for pain, understand, Deniz he said.
Pointing out that transport personnel who will serve the disabled passenger should move away from prejudices, Minister Yıldırım said:
Gerekti The way in which the personnel of our personnel should behave in terms of passenger satisfaction is important. It is also closely related to the behavior of our staff, so that our disabled citizens can easily fulfill their travel rights. Our disabled brothers should not go out and regret traveling. We need to be able to provide the comfort in his home. Ev
”Basic reference will be”
Alain Flausch, the Secretary General of the International Union of Public Transporters (UITP), said that the guide in question was a basic reference for the transport staff to communicate with disabled passengers. Flauschi, "Book of the passenger transport organization personnel in Turkey will contribute greatly towards increasing the knowledge and awareness about the needs of disabled passengers," he said.
The or Guide for the Passenger with Disabilities uyla includes information about seeing, hearing, mental disability, scar on the face, and how to help epileptic patients.