Managing Your Occupational Road Risk

How to reduce your risk and assist with any future litigation by being compliant to the spirit of the Road Traffic Act: Driving For Work.
There are 2 options available to your organisation, an off the shelf pre-written program or a bespoke solution to integrate with the specific requirements of your organisation.
To follow is an outline of how we can support your occupational road risk.

The aims of the course are to identify weaknesses in driver behaviour, attitude and skill levels. Each candidate has their own individual accident history. This is addressed in the driver theory Workshop. 

This is a group discussion where all drivers are encouraged to take part in. The trainer will facilitate learning outcomes with a mixture of recognised techniques. 

Suffice to say this can initially get quite heated and the sessions often overrun. It's important that each candidate can see the error of their ways and this is achieved in most cases. 
All their accident histories are discussed and dealing with cyclists plays a huge part of intervention. 

The following points are discussed:

  • The view point of the cyclist
  • The view point of the driver
  • Blind spots and how to increase vision
  • Using the road with "smarter" driving techniques
  • See and be seen

All drivers are taken out for a full afternoon and their driving is assessed. 
The drivers are taken around central London and out towards Heathrow.
They then return for specific area discussions about their own accidents. Site visiting is encouraged to see things from a different perspective. 

We encourage the drivers to get out and discuss their incidents on the pavement.  It's really useful.

Intervention is given to drivers who require an immediate intervention from a highly qualified professional fleet Adi trainer. 

The aims of the course are to identify weaknesses in driver behaviour, attitude and skill levels.  Each candidate has their own individual accident history. This is addressed in the driver theory Workshop. 

This is a group discussion where all drivers are encouraged to take part in. The trainer will facilitate learning outcomes with a mixture of recognised techniques. Suffice to say this can initially get quite heated and the sessions often overrun. It's important that each candidate can see the error of their ways and this is achieved in most cases. 

All their accident histories are discussed and dealing with cyclists plays a huge part of intervention. 

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