How to use two adverbs in one sentence is been asked at least four times here:
None of the questions answer the general rule of how to use two or more adverbs in one sentence!
I found these rules here, Why Adverbs Stink (and the Magic of Editing):
4 enchanting rules for adverbs
If you delete an adverb and the meaning of a sentence doesn’t change, remove it.
If you delete an adverb and the sentence weakens, try finding a stronger expression.
If an adverb modifies a verb, try picking a more accurate verb and delete the adverb.
When in doubt, delete your adverb.
While I was searching for an answer, I stumble upon Steven King quote on adverbs
"The road to hell is paved with adverbs."
Instead, he is encouraging writers to paraphrase and refrain from using adverbs
Q: So in the light of the above advice how to avoid using two adverbs in one sentence? Is the sentence below a good example? I also welcome any other examples.
A. Recently, I have been occasionally at (place 2) transporting individuals from (place 1) and/ or securely handling and delivering something back to (1).
B. Since I started working at (1), I have been occasionally at (2) transporting individuals from (1) and/ or securely handling and delivering something back to (1).