Driver Hire Training is established as one of the UK’s leading providers of Driver CPC training, and we are proud of the high customer satisfaction scores that we achieve. These scores reflect both the quality of the resources and the professionalism of the trainers.
This industry expertise has been applied to two courses that have now been developed for transport managers and other non-driving professionals.
“Building on the success of our Driver CPC programme and in response to customer demand, we have invested in creating a broader portfolio of training and driver risk management services,” comments David Slack, Commercial Director.
“Our Transport Manager CPC courses are scheduled to coincide with the regular programme of examinations and are ideal for professionals who are responsible for the company’s O-Licence, providing everything they will require for the exam.
Meanwhile our OLAT course is suitable for any staff who have an active role in the legal compliance of the transport operation, and provides an up-to-date overview of the latest legislation and guidance from the Traffic Commissioners on compliance. This course is part of our growing portfolio of DriveWise services.”
More information on these courses can be found by clicking on the course titles above.
Imagine this: your peaceful evening is shattered by a call from the Sales Director – one of the team has been in an accident coming home from a late meeting. The car’s probably a write-off and the driver is on the way to hospital, it’s not clear what their injuries are at this point.
Managing the aftermath of a serious road traffic accident (RTA) is horrible. Stressful, emotional, costly – in both time and money. By law, employers must have a policy and Driver Risk Management programme in place that ensures that all drivers are appropriately licenced for the vehicle they drive, that the vehicles are safe and roadworthy, and that work-related journeys are safe.
So is everything in order in your fleet? Figures from the IAM suggest that in 25% of businesses this is not the case. After that accident, could you provide evidence to the HSE?
Now, whilst a proper Driver Risk Management policy can’t prevent an accident happening, it can make it less likely. This is good news for compliance, and it will reduce costs in your fleet in all sorts of ways, but more importantly it makes the roads a safer place – for your drivers and for all other road users
Here are some key ingredients for effective driver risk management:
Develop a formal policy, document it, and review it regularly
Circulate the policy across all drivers, including your grey fleet
Collate and record data, and have processes in place to interpret the data and draw meaningful conclusions
Invest in targeted training – whether online, in classroom or in the vehicle, this makes an enormous difference
For more information, call us today on 01274 511511 or email email@example.com