Community capacity building as a fleet safety tool.
Submission Date: 2006 Journal
At the peripheral of the driver training market is a segment that seeks safety programs not readily available from mainstream service providers. Aside from the standard features generally evident in such programs – audience relevance, technical expertise, quality support material and best practice accident avoidance advice – there is one element that they require as a priority – participant inclusiveness.
And there is evidence that the market segment is growing as fleet and safety managers seek to identify driver education and training programs that involve staff beyond previously accepted benchmarks.