Keeping up with the commitment of prioritising safety and well-being, foodpanda in collaboration with Punjab Traffic Police organised an awareness session on road safety and rider training. The session was conducted by Inspector Fehmida, Incharge of Education branch traffic police, Lahore. Haider Malik, Head of Logistics – foodpanda, shared his views on the occasion, “At foodpanda we believe that accidents are preventable and therefore ‘one accident is one too many.’ At foodpanda our priority is to ensure the health and safety of our stakeholders. This training session aims to create a positive social impact not only on the riders themselves, but also on their families and the overall society. Our collective aim is to help develop thriving and resilient communities as part of a secure, long-term vision.” Must Read: realme C25s Witnesses a Flash Sale on Daraz Inspector Fehmida, while initiating the session, said, “According to Pakistan Bureau of Statistics, 9,701 traffic accidents occurred in 2019-20 in Pakistan of which 4,294 were in Punjab. This reflects the gravity of the situation which is why all of us need to realise our civic responsibility.” She added further, “It’s extremely important to have proper training and awareness to reduce the number of accidents and for that support from foodpanda in making our roads safer is commendable.” With over 20,000 restaurant partners across the country and millions of food deliveries every month, foodpanda is Pakistan’s largest e-commerce and online food delivery company. foodpanda provides self-employment income opportunities to thousands of home chefs and delivery riders to earn a successful living as and when they choose to.