Using E-Training World’s core on-line sections of Attitude, Knowledge, Concentration, Observation, and Hazard Perception the new system offers the flexibility for questions to be included in any language as well as road scene images taken from the particular country it is to be used in.
Using a template that E-Training World has developed for global use, the individual client can customise a basic risk assessment programme translating the text into their own language and then substituting photographs from their own country.
By maintaining the standard assessment sections and using the same number of questions per section, the analysis can be completed no matter where in the world the questions were answered.
Graham Hurdle, E-Training World's managing director believes this to be the biggest step forward in fleet risk management since online systems began.
“One of the most frequent requests we receive is from other countries asking if our systems can be used abroad, or from UK multi nationals asking if they can extend risk assessments to staff around the globe. However, until now we’ve always had to say no.
“But, thanks to the new programme we have developed, we can offer individual clients a simple system that can be used in any language and with relevant imagary from any location.
“This is a major breakthrough and we are already in discussions with businesses in America, South Africa, Canada, Australia and Holland making this a very exciting development in global fleet risk management.”