CPC Driver Health & Well-Being 3.5 hrs
Improving road safety and performance
This workshop examines issues affecting the driver’s health and well-being in relation to improving road safety and driving performance.
The impact and causes of stress on health and driving, personal triggers and stress management are explored in depth through group discussion. Advice and guidance is provided on diet, fitness, fatigue, sleep apnoea, drugs and alcohol to reduce road risk and motivate positive behaviour changes.
- Duration: 3.5 hours CPC
- Delegates: up to 20 drivers
- Price: available on request
- Format: interactive classroom workshop
- ID: photocard licence and Driver Qualification Card
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Improving safety and meeting compliance
Reduce your drivers' risks
Training will reduce driver risk, fatigue-related incidents and motivate behaviour change.
Meet your duty of care
Our JAUPT-approved courses are designed to help you meet your duty of care obligations.
Meet professional requirements
7 hours contribution towards Driver CPC when combined with another 3.5 hour course. Both modules must be completed on the same day.
Improve your drivers’ on-road competence and knowledge
- Fatigue and sleep apnoea
- Drugs and alcohol (fitness for work)
- Stress management and coping strategies
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Explain how stress and excess food can impact on health, well-being, performance and road safety.
Identify the causes of stress and the consequences of failing to manage it effectively.
Develop a coping strategy through proven stress management techniques.
Increased awareness of how drugs and alcohol can affect fitness for work.
- Who should attend
Anybody who is required to complete their Driver CPC hours.
- Delivery method
The workshop is facilitated by a professional driver trainer who will fully engage with participants to maximise the learning experience and draw out their views and opinions.
- Course outline
Impact and consequences of stress on driving performance and reducing driver impairment through drugs and alcohol.
Scale of the problem
Group discussion on DfT collision causation factors within the LGV and PCV sectors.
Diet and driving
How diet can impact on road safety with particular focus on stress and weight gain, fatigue and sleep apnoea.
Drivers develop effective ways to deal with stress and are motivated to adopt a healthier lifestyle.
Case studies driver management
Driver risk solution for FTSE 100 business
Clarke Energy implements a driver risk programme