Volunteer Driver - TransportSouth East Volunteers
To provide transport to clients to and from medical appointments, Day Centre activities and other community based services Drivers are to go to the client’s door and escort them into the vehicle. On the return trip, the drivers are to escort them to their front door. Note: Some clients prefer to wait outside for their driver, or wait and be returned to their gate – this is NOT a requirement for the client, but a choice. Where necessary to wait with the clients while he/she attends appointment. Where necessary to assist the clients to or from the vehicle and provide assistance with bags, mobility aids, etc. Be aware of changing needs of clients, noting any changes in illness, use of walking aids, change of address To complete and return daily statistics sheets. To complete and return transport contribution forms and return money collected on the day. To take all due care when driving a motor vehicle. Any traffic offences incurred are the obligation of the driver in charge of the vehicle. In consideration of South East Volunteers Duty of Care drivers must have a zero blood alcohol level prior to service delivery and refrain from drinking alcohol while performing their duties.