For Trainers & Instructors

Light Vehicles

Driving at work is something that many people do without fully appreciating the risks. As those interested in driver safety you understand that road traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death for the working age population worldwide and for many people driving is the most dangerous aspect of their work.

In this toolkit, we have worked with an international team to develop training and resources to help develop safer practice and improved systems for drivers. This training material is being made available free-of-charge, and we welcome driver training companies or NGOs working to improve safety to use these resources with their partners, stakeholders and clients.

By completing the training yourself, you will be able to see and review the content to understand how we are trying to help drivers to:

  • understand their responsibilities as a driver
  • will ensure that their vehicle is legal and safe to drive
  • are taking steps to keep themselves and others safe
Start the course here >

Motorcycles

Motorcycle riders don’t have the same level of protection as people in cars or trucks. This means that riding for work is something that many motorcyclists do without fully appreciating the risks.

As those interested in rider safety you understand that road traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death for the working age population worldwide and for many people riding their motorcycle is the most dangerous aspect of their work.

In this toolkit, we have worked with an international team to develop training and resources to help develop safer practice and improved systems for drivers. This training material is being made available free-of-charge, and we welcome rider training companies or NGOs working to improve safety to use these resources with their partners, stakeholders and clients.

By completing the training yourself, you will be able to see and review the content to understand how we are trying to help riders to:

  • understand their responsibilities as a rider
  • will ensure that their vehicle is legal and safe to ride
  • are taking steps to keep themselves and others safe
Start the course here >

Heavy vehicles

Moving goods around is important for our economy, but these drivers also carry a significant responsibility for the safety of others.

As those interested in driver safety you understand that road traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death for the working age population worldwide and for many people driving is the most dangerous aspect of their work.

In this toolkit, we have worked with an international team to develop training and resources to help develop safer practice and improved systems for drivers. This training material is being made available free-of-charge, and we welcome driver training companies or NGOs working to improve safety to use these resources with their partners, stakeholders and clients.

By completing the training yourself, you will be able to see and review the content to understand how we are trying to help drivers to:

  • understand their responsibilities as a driver
  • will ensure that their vehicle is legal and safe to drive
  • understand important principles of carrying goods safely
  • are taking steps to keep themselves and others safe
Start the course here >

Buses and Coaches

Moving people around is important for our society, but these drivers also carry a significant responsibility for the safety of others.

As those interested in driver safety you understand that road traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death for the working age population worldwide and for many people driving is the most dangerous aspect of their work.

In this toolkit, we have worked with an international team to develop training and resources to help develop safer practice and improved systems for drivers. This training material is being made available free-of-charge, and we welcome driver training companies or NGOs working to improve safety to use these resources with their partners, stakeholders and clients.

By completing the training yourself, you will be able to see and review the content to understand how we are trying to help drivers to:

  • understand their responsibilities as a driver
  • will ensure that their vehicle is legal and safe to drive
  • understand important principles of carrying passengers safely
  • are taking steps to keep themselves and others safe
Start the course here >

Mixed Fleet

Moving goods and people around is important for our economy and society, but these drivers & riders also carry a significant responsibility for the safety of others.

As those interested in driver safety you understand that road traffic crashes are among the leading causes of death for the working age population worldwide and for many people driving is the most dangerous aspect of their work.

In this toolkit, we have worked with an international team to develop training and resources to help develop safer practice and improved systems for drivers. This training material is being made available free-of-charge, and we welcome driver training companies or NGOs working to improve safety to use these resources with their partners, stakeholders and clients.

By completing the training yourself, you will be able to see and review the content to understand how we are trying to help drivers to:

  • understand their responsibilities as a driver
  • will ensure that their vehicle is legal and safe to drive
  • understand important principles of carrying goods and passengers safely
  • are taking steps to keep themselves and others safe
Start the course here >

Fleet Policy Resources

This section of the toolkit is designed to give Fleet Managers some building block resources to help manage a fleet, from a template on how to develop a policy, to one on toolbox talks for drivers.

These tools support Fleet Managers who have completed the two Fleet Management elearning modules.

Please explore the tools and see how you might be able to sue them in your operations. If you have any requests for further resources, please contact us.

Review the fleet management resources here >
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