The VEMA 2018-2019 Annual Report is now available.
This policy applies to the installation and utilization of AVL devices and to all employees who use VEMA vehicles and/or are responsible for VEMA vehicle administration, system administration and use of data collected.
VEMA has launched a new Service Appointment Scheduler allowing you to book your service appointments online. PM1 services, seasonal tires changeover and tire repairs can be pre-booked using our new online calendar.
Over time, more services will be added to the calendar.
To see our new Service Appointment Scheduler, please visit: http://www.vema.gov.mb.ca/service-appointment-scheduler
Click here for the PDF version.
VEMA has made a change to its Light Division Preventative Maintenance Program for all vehicles that are equipped with diesel engines.
In order to be more aligned with the manufacturer’s schedule, we have increased the PM1 service from 6,000 kms to 12,000 kms. The PM1 service interval will remain at 8 months.
The PM1 is the only maintenance that has been changed on this program.
We are in the process of reviewing our Light Division Preventative Maintenance Program for gas engines, and will keep you updated with these changes.
For the PDF Version, click here
The VEMA 2016-2017 Annual Report is now available.
This video is an explanation of how VEMA determines Unit Numbers.
You’ll learn about :
- The origin of numbering a unit;
- Challenges faced with the old numbering system;
- The new system;
- What the different parts of a VEMA Unit Number mean;
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us
The VEMA 2015-2016 Annual Report is now available.
One of the many services VEMA offers is the use of the VEMA Fuel Card. This fuel/credit card does more than make purchasing fuel easy, it also gives our customers access to negotiated discounts from fuel vendors across Manitoba. Where your drivers purchase fuel affects how much of a discount is realized.
The following is a ranking of fuel vendors by discount offered for the 2016 and 2017 calendar years. Your drivers are encouraged to use the top-ranked fuel vendors whenever possible to minimize fuel costs to your organization.
The reduced fuel prices will not be seen at the pumps as we receive the discount when the fuel vendor bills us for your vehicles’ fuel charges. The discounted amount is the amount that appears on your monthly fuel billing.
Please remind drivers that personal rewards received (eg. Cash Rebates, Air Miles, Petro Points, etc.) at these vendors are not permitted.
(1 is best, 6 is lowest)
PLEASE SHARE THIS INFORMATION WITH YOUR DRIVERS
Late last fall Husky Energy discontinued supplying E85 fuel in Manitoba as well as other
provinces in western Canada due to new Renewable Fuel Regulations under the Canadian
Environmental Protection Act (CEPA). As a result, VEMA is no longer able to provide E85 fuel at our 1550 Dublin Avenue site in Winnipeg.
VEMA will continue to seek out sources of E85 fuel. However, as a convenience for you, E10 fuel will be available at the 1550 Dublin Avenue site later this month. Your VEMA fuel card can be used at this location.
We apologize for this inconvenience. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Sean
Savage at (204) 781-7092 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
VEMA has been asked to remind drivers about the implications of using the purchasing power bestowed upon them by the government to obtain personal gain.
Fuel reward programs are incentives that fuel vendors use to encourage customers to purchase their products by giving the customers something “free” in return for their patronage (like flights, cash or products). Examples include Air Miles, Petro Points, CAA dollars and CO-OP dividends.
The use of personal reward cards or accounts to collect patronage points while purchasing fuel and/or supplies for a vehicle conducting government business is considered inappropriate. VEMA suggests that fuel reward program incentives should be declined whenever fuel is being purchased for a vehicle conducting government business.
This suggestion is supported by the following policies:
- The Conflict of Interest Policy for Manitoba Government employees states that “employees are expected to place the public interest first in carrying out their duties. Part of protecting the public interest involves avoiding or effectively resolving conflict of interest situations where private or personal interests influence, or appear to influence, the performance of their duties and responsibilities. Ultimately, these situations must be resolved in favour of the public interest.” (Civil Service Commission Policy Manual, 3.2.1 Conflict of Interest.)
- The general provisions of the Conflict of Interest Policy also states that “employees must not, directly or indirectly Undertake outside employment, a business transaction or other private arrangement for personal profit or have any financial or other personal interest that is, or may appear to be in conflict with the performance of their duties” (Civil Service Commission Policy Manual, 3.2.1 Conflict of Interest).
In addition, the General Manual of Administration states “Employees shall not accept any gift or other consideration from any person with whom he or she is conducting (or has conducted) government business, other than one of a token nature with limited value” (General Manual of Administration, PP-30-05, pages 98 and 99.)