LTA adopts 'whistle blowing' policy
June 20, 2012 1:09 am
The Land Transport Authority is determined to get rid of their corrupted image and is now adopting the ‘whistle blowing’ policy.
Authority Chief Executive Naisa Tuinaceva says the policy is aimed at wiping out bribery.
“People believe that in order to get service from LTA, you need to give something in order to get that which is totally wrong. We are here to give people that service and we are being paid by government to do so.”
Tuinaceva also highlighted the need to lift their customer services.
“All managers and staff have been informed that serving customers and meeting their needs is of paramount importance to us at LTA.”
Tuinaceva reiterated the need for staff to be aware of corrupt practises.