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Driver training isn’t just about passing a road test. It’s about learning the right attitudes and skills to keep
Distraction that affects driving might result from:
• HF and VHF radio equipment;
• In-vehicle technology;
• Quality and type transport;
• High Security truck elements;
Monitoring system/Communication/ Extra system
It is important to raise driver awareness of these issues and what is expected and required of them whilst driving. This can be included in the Driver Handbook and also in regular driver briefings and communications.
We understand how important is the competence of drivers to carry out their tasks and duties.
So, before joining RBS Team, we try to rise their knowledge and develop them. This will require a period of initial induction training coupled with on-going training throughout their time with the organisation.
To be effective, training must be supported by the other facets of the Fleet Safety Management System. This includes:
Driving-related staff training should be carried out as a regular part of the induction process. This should include a classroom training session on the contents of the driver handbook, and a familiarization session with the drivers’ future vehicles, covering vehicle controls, safety features and vehicle handling.
• Management and motivation of drivers through supervisory example, coaching and leadership;
• Appropriate organisation and allocation of driving work;
• The provision of suitable vehicles and equipment that are safe and reliable. Competent drivers cannot drive safely in, for example, a poorly maintained vehicle;