Manage your Motor Fleet Effectively
FLEET RISK SERVICES
- Reduced insurance premiums
- Less incidents and accidents
- Reduced fuel costs
- Better, more aware drivers
- Compliance with legislation
- Fulfill your duty of care obligations
Grey fleet drivers pose the greatest risk. Our grey fleet checks require all non-company vehicle business drivers to provide a hard copy of their insurance documents and details of their MOT Certificate. They can then confirm they have the appropriate business insurance cover and valid maintenance records.
The seminar will explore individual knowledge relating to driving in winter weather conditions as well as illustrate the risks that people take on the roads.
Drivers will learn how to read the changing conditions and adapt accordingly. The seminar can be run for up to 25 delegates at any location in the UK.
This course provides training for employees with responsibility for managing those who drive a company vehicle (directors, senior managers, line managers or supervisors).
The workshop can be run for up to 25 delegates at any location in the UK.
Save Driving Plus should be seen as an essential part of every organisation’s risk management programme.
Safe Driving Plus is an engaging, powerful and innovative risk assessment and e-learning solution focused on the most important aim of any fleet operator – reducing incidents and collisions.
Safe Driving Plus is the simplest and most effective way of driving down your fleet costs, reducing collisions and achieving compliance.
If your organisation provides company vehicles it is their responsibility to produce and distribute a road safety policy statement.
It is also important that staff are issued with a Driver’s Handbook.
Our team can help produce both of these documents tailored to your requirements.
Using a suitable vehicle, their trainer will demonstrate daily, weekly and monthly checks that a driver must carry out to ensure their safety and reduce the risk of incidents and prosecutions.
Their trainer will use a guide such as ‘POWDER’ (Petrol, Oil, Water, Damage, Electrics, Rubber) as a reminder for drivers.
A member of our team will interview your drivers shortly after a ‘driving at work’ incident to establish the circumstances of the incident and whether there was anything that either the driver or the company could have done to avoid or reduce the effect of the incident.
The findings from the interview will allow both parties to agree on future actions that may help reduce the likelihood of the same type of incident happening again
This in-vehicle course is carried out via a national network of qualified expert trainers.
Courses may take place at any location in the UK, in the vehicle the individual would use on company business. The session is not a test, so the trainer will concentrate on helping individuals to develop the visual and mental strategies required to improve risk perception and decision making processes.
The Fleet training methods are ‘real-world’ and hazard perception based.
A great in-vehicle driver training course for organisations that have employees who are
not experienced in driving on company business.
The course is designed to reduce the driver’s vulnerability to accidents, the risk of personal injury or damage to the vehicle and by developing greater hazard awareness and risk perception skills.
This training will also examine specific areas of driving skills and address any areas of concern. Insurers recognise this course and will offer better terms in respect of inexperienced drivers who have completed this course successfully.
In-vehicle Speed Awareness Training is carried out via their national network of qualified expert trainers. They can hold courses anywhere in the UK and in the vehicle the individual would use on company business.
The session is not a test, so the trainer will concentrate on helping individuals to develop the visual and mental strategies required to improve risk perception and decision making processes.
UK Familiarisation Training will help foreign drivers develop a greater understanding of the rules and habits that they will encounter on UK roads, thereby reducing their vulnerability to accidents and the risk of personal injury or damage to the vehicle.
The training will examine specific areas of training skills and address any areas of concern and ensure that the driver is fully aware of the validity of their driving licence in the UK and what must be achieved in order to continue driving legally in the UK.
An Electronic Driver Permit forms part of their complete end-to-end driver risk management process. It identifies whether drivers are eligible to drive on company business, providing a clear, visual and fully auditable record of the status and eligibility of individual drivers.
It also evidences whether they hold a valid driving licence and have completed a risk assessment and appropriate training.
The permit also extends to grey fleet drivers to ensure that they also have a valid MOT Certificate and appropriate business insurance.
Driver Assessor Training is a way of ensuring that there are individuals within your organisation who have a full understanding of the goals of the road risk programme.
This course also aims to deliver the skills to mentor drivers who need assistance in reaching acceptable and safe driving standards.