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E-Training World forms partnership with Australian road safety specialist

E-Training World has agreed a distributor partnership with Driver Safety.com.au to offer its online driver risk assessment system in Australia.

The system, which will be marketed under the Driver Safety.com.au brand, has been fully tailored to the Australian market enabling drivers to be accurately risk assessed using E-Training World’s award winning approach.

“We’re delighted that Driver Safety.com.au has chosen our system for its clients in Australia,” said Graham Hurdle, managing director of E-Training World.

“In the UK market our approach to risk assessing drivers has been extremely successful in terms of ease of use for drivers and the accuracy of the results.

“We’ve worked extremely hard to adapt this system so that it has the flexibility to accept content and questions from other countries, and this has enabled us to provide Driver Safety.com.au with a system in which they can add question sets and images relevant to their market which will be meaningful to Australian drivers.”

Gary Rigg, general manager of Driver Safety.com.au commented, “We spent a great deal of time reviewing online driver profiling systems from around the world, and found E-Training World’s to not only offer us the best approach, but also the greatest flexibility.

“In Australia, statistics reveal that more than 50% of all work-related injury fatalities resulted from traffic incidents which means there is growing demand for companies to risk assess their at-work drivers.

“As a leading road safety specialist with 20 years expertise this system is an extremely exciting addition to our portfolio and we look forward to a long and mutually rewarding partnership with E-Training World.”

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