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BSM/AMC link-up raises training profile

BSM Qualified Driver Training has launched a joint venture with the Accident Management Company to raise the profile of fleet driver training in controlling the cost of vehicle damage. The Accident Management Company will now include driver training advice together with its well established claims handling and uninsured loss recovery services.

Paul Rose, chief executive of AMC, said: 'We actively encourage our customers to take risk analysis forward to concrete action within their own organisations and are therefore proud to be associated with BSM. We will now be able to provide our clients with a fully integrated service which manages accidents, creates a data base and produces clear risk reduction opportunities through driver training and our business alliance with BSM.'

Wayne Gardner, sales director of BSM QDT, added: 'The mutually beneficial relationship will allow us to offer our clients more insight into accident management and provide new business opportunities for both parties.'

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