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Training drivers to make better driving decisions

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That’s where the main benefit lies when seeking risk solutions from DriveTech

DriveTech will be showcasing, its complete range of occupational road risk solutions on stand B52 at Fleet Management Live.

Covering all aspects of fleet risk and safety management, and driver training, DriveTech’s products and services are aimed at organisations that have UK-based fleets as well as those that want consistency of training across fleets in many countries.

DriveTech will be demonstrating FleetRiskManager, its acclaimed fleet and driver risk portal. This tool enables drivers to undertake licence validations with DriverConsent™ online authentication, driver risk assessments and online training as well as enter grey fleet and collision data on a PC, tablet or smartphone.

In addition, DriveTech will be showing its state-of-the-art 360° driver assessment capability which brings a fully realistic and immersive approach to assessing a driver’s observation and hazard perception skills as well as its Permit-to-Drive solution.

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Many companies adopt an occupational road risk programme with only one intention… to tick the duty of care compliance box. While the threat of prosecution under the Corporate Manslaughter Act, and the substantial 2016 increase in Health and Safety fines, are real, assessing and training your drivers to make better driving decisions is where the real business benefit lies.

Presentations titled ‘Fleet Risk Management and Driver Training – what’s the ROI?’ will look at developing a compelling business case for a driver risk management programme that helps fleet decision makers sell the benefits of a programme upwards within their organisation.

We’ve been looking at the whole issue of duty of care and health and safety as well as working closely with our clients to understand how they measure success financially. We will share our insights during our presentation including our most recent case studies with Compass Group, Close Brothers and The AA Group (which DriveTech is part of).

DriveTech – the company

DriveTech is the world leader in fleet risk and safety management and driver training. It is also the UK’s largest provider of driver offender retraining courses.

With a track record built over the past 25 years, DriveTech, part of The AA, now delivers fleet consultancy, driver assessment and training services in the UK and more than 95 other countries, in 35 languages working with over 40 partners.

These products and services improve driver safety, reduce fleet running costs and ensure compliance with legal and duty of care responsibilities.

In the UK, DriveTech delivers educational courses to people who have committed a motoring offence as an alternative to a fine or other punishment. DriveTech currently serves 12 UK police forces and Transport for London (TfL) directly and 34 UK police forces indirectly via NDORS (the National Driver Offender Retraining Scheme).