WORKPLACE ROAD SAFETY

Safe Driving Policy

Businesses that take managing workplace road safety seriously usually have a robust Safe Driving Policy that communicates to staff what is expected from them as well as how the business supports the driver.

An essential element of managing workplace road safety is to ensure staff are aware of your Safe Driving Policy.  Many organisations require their employees to sign a Safe Driving declaration, however, would you know whether the policy is read by everyone let alone understood?

This element of TTC DriverProtect® eLearning module, Safer Driving Policy is ideal for organisations who want their staff to:

  • Gain a better understanding of their company’s Safe Driving Policy;
  • Understand driver responsibilities;
  • Be able to comply with and follow appropriate company procedure;
  • Understand how the company will support the driver.

Once a driver has completed this unit they undertake a multiple choice assessment that validates their understanding.

With this, TTC DriverProtect® eLearning module, businesses can be assured that staff are not only aware of the essential elements of your Safe Driving Policy policy but validation is conducted via a multiple choice assessment.

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This eLearning unit is tailored to your company’s own safe driving policy. TTC will work with you to configure the unit to meet your requirements so that the essential elements that you require adherence to are covered.

If you are interested in eLearning for your safer driving policy, please get in touch with TTC



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