On-road driver risk assessment
Developing a culture of road safety to meet your duty of care obligations
Why should my drivers attend TTC's On-Road Driver Risk Assessment?
An on-road driver risk assessment is a good practical opportunity to assess someone’s driving to ensure they are safe and competent to drive your company vehicle.
Our expert assessor will observe and focus on essential safe driving practices to ensure your driver is not a risk to themselves, other road users or the business.
This solution will meet your immediate duty of care responsibilities and identify any potential future training requirements.
Assessed by a TTC Approved Driving Instructor and advanced driver trainer with years of knowledge in
roadcraft, the law and professional driving best practice.
Our expert will assess your drivers and complete an assessment form for your records.
- Duration: 2 hours per assessment
- Delegates: Up to 4 drivers per day or 2 drivers per half day
- Price: available on request
- Minimum booking: half day
- Format: On-road driver risk assessment with TTC Assessor
Fulfil your health and safety obligations to ensure your drivers are competent to drive
Generate an audit trail of the risk assessment to maintain compliance
Identify potential training requirements to improve safety and competency
Reduce damage/collision costs by pre-qualifying new drivers during the selection and recruitment process
I would like to say how valuable and thoroughly enjoyable I found my driver development session. From the outset I had every confidence in my instructor and the clear aims and objectives of what I expected to gain... It was money well spent
Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce driver risk
Obtain a professional and third-party assessment of a drivers’ competency behind the wheel either prior to employing or following a complaint or concern about your driver
Meet your duty of care
Meet your duty of care and commitment to Health & Safety Regulations by investigating injuries or near miss driving incidents, which could have caused injury.
Identify poor and dangerous drivers to your business
- Pre employment risk assessment
- Risk assessment to identify training needs
- Promote a safe driving culture
- Who should attend
Anyone seeking employment as a driver or an employed driver having received a complaint about their driving or having experienced a collision or incident.
All vehicles are accommodated.
- Delivery method
Assessed by a TTC Approved Driving Instructor and advanced driver trainer with years of knowledge in roadcraft, the law and professional driving best practice. Our expert will assess your drivers and complete an assessment form for your records.
- Assessment outline
- Introduction and briefing
- The assessment
- Driver debrief