Taking into account the increasing demand for domestic runners services to meet the needs of the public and as a measure to safeguard the interests, existence and well-being of the business sector, domestic runners and especially the public during the country facing the COVID-19 epidemic situation, the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunication (MTIC) refers to the announcement by the Honorable Minister of Health earlier regarding registration for domestic runners.
Domestic runners are those who provide the following services, either full-time or part-time , namely full-time or part-time , domestically in Brunei Darussalam, namely:
First, Individuals who provide runners services privately to the public, home based businesses or home-based businesses and registered companies such as restaurants and other types of businesses;
Second, Individuals who work as employees under companies registered to provide runner services ; or
Third, employees who are assigned to provide delivery services that are delivery services under registered companies such as restaurants, supermarkets or other businesses.
For Transport Operators companies authorized by the Prime Minister's Department to enter and exit Brunei Darussalam during the COVID-19 situation, it is recommended and required to identify and distinguish between employees designated as " Transport Operators " and as " domestic runners " . The employees who are classified as domestic runners are required to be registered under the company.
To facilitate this registration process, the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunication will open registration for domestic runners online through the website www.mtic.gov.bn/registration starts this Saturday, 2nd October 2021 and registration is free.
The information required for this registration is basic information such as full name, smart identity card number, mobile phone number, home address, email address, vehicle registration number and for those serving under the registered company, must also provide the name of their respective companies. . BruHims number information and vaccination status are also required for this registration.
To complete the registration process, d omestic runners also need to make some declaration that they run services domestic runner and will comply with the laws, rules and guidelines established under the Infectious Diseases Act Chapter 204, as well as laws and regulations relating to other ruling in Brunei Darussalam.
Once the registration process is complete, an e-notification (e- notification) will be email to the runner concerned. The Ministry of Transport and Information Communication will also upload a list of registered domestic runners on the MTIC website, which is a directory that contains contact details of domestic runners in Brunei Darussalam for use by the business sector and the public.
In this regard, the support and role of every domestic runner and relevant parties including the public is highly expected to respect the strategies and measures to be implemented in curbing the spread of COVID-19 infection, especially while the Country is in the Recovery Operation period. This includes arranging delivery plans and completing their respective assignments before 8pm.
Domestic runners, in this case, are advised and advised to always be prepared with the e-Notification of domestic runners registration issued by the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunications, and any proof of transaction such as employer instructions and / or delivery consultation with customers via whatsapp / email or any- whichever method is applicable.
The registration of domestic runners is an effort carried out with joint coordination between the Prime Minister's Department, Ministry of Finance and Economy, Ministry of Health, Ministry of Transport and Infocommunication and the Info-communication Technology Industry Authority (AITI).
For more information on the Registration for Domestic Runners , such as the Guidelines and frequently asked questions, namely FAQs, please visit the website of the Ministry of Transport and Information Communication at www.mtic.gov.bn/pendaftaran and for further inquiries, please contact by email to runners@ mtic.gov.bn .
Following the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunication Press Release dated 21 September 2021, the Ministry of Transport and Infocommunication (MTIC) would like to inform the public that several improvements have been implemented to the gov.bn portal to submit any questions or opinions on any type of service. Government. In this case, the public is advised to visit www.gov.bn and in particular go to the Government Directory link to access the official e-mail of the Ministry or Department concerned and in addition, the 'Contact Us' link can also be used to voice any suggestions or further inquiries about the services required. For more information and any latest developments, the public can follow Gov.bn's social media (instagram:
For the services described here and also for other services under the jurisdiction of this Ministry, the Ministry of Transport and Information Communication takes note and would like to thank the public feedback received so far and emphasize that all efforts to improve services are actively implemented. continuously.
Source: Ministry of Transport and Info communications