Providing the right training to electric vehicle drivers has safety and efficiency benefits for your fleet.
Fleets often see immediate improvement following driver training, but its effects can be short-lived. We investigate how fleets can change this
Amey will use every modern device available to reduce risks to its fleet, but are not adverse to traditional safety management methods. Andrew Ryan reports.
Narrowing down 120 driver training courses into three has paid big dividends for Royal Mail with the number of collisions in a year reduced by 12.3%. Andrew Ryan reports
Designing and implementing a training programme can help a company keep its drivers safe and reduce costs. Ben Rooth reports.
New products and a new approach at DriveTech as a new management team seeks a “step change” in performance. Gareth Roberts reports.
Education and enforcement can be used to make sure employees comply with a company’s requirements.
Some take the telematics combined with rewards route, others feel that ‘stick’ works better than the ‘carrot’ when trying to get drivers to check their vehicles
Training drivers to expect the unexpected when on the roads could cut accidents by 11%. Ben Rooth looks at what hazard perception training is and what it includes
After reducing its collision rate by 14% and saving more than £1 million by taking a ‘stick’ approach with its drivers, G4S Cash Solutions decided it was time to offer the ‘carrot’ by holding a driving competition. Sarah Tooze reports.
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