RoSPA launch new on-line driver training package.

New course

Initial driver training and risk assessment no longer have to involve time away from the office or paying for trainers to visit your premises. Online solutions are an increasingly popular tool for these essential activities.

RoSPA is pleased to launch the Online Driver Safety Package which combines their popular Driver Profiler and E-learning services. Companies can now fulfil their legal duty of care to risk assess their fleet of drivers with Driver Profiler and follow up with essential training to ensure all your drivers are equipped with key introductory knowledge and driving skills theory.

What are the benefits:

  • A more holistic & comprehensive approach to driver / fleet safety
  • Identifies high risk drivers
  • Identifies priority in-vehicle driver training candidates
  • Less downtime than traditional in-vehicles alternatives
  • More cost effective than in-vehicle services
  • Free trial available

Who should use this package?

  • Any organisation operating a fleet of vehicles
  • Any organisation that employs people who drive for work purposes
  • Fleet managers
  • HR & facilities managers
  • Training managers
  • Logistics managers

Duration

Licences are valid for 12 months and can be purchased for any number of drivers

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About dbda
dbda is a corporate social responsibility consultancy embracing education and safety in the community. We are privileged to work with a large number of blue chip corporate clients, Government organisations, charitable bodies, Institutes and local authorities. We also have a network of schools, professional bodies, associations, universities and partners, with whom we regularly work in collaboration.

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