Driver Recognition Programme

Driver Recognition Programme

South East Asia: 

After two highly successful programmes in East Africa, we are pleased to announce that with the support of PAE and RMA, Fleet Forum will be the Driver Recognition Programme to South East Asia. The programme will start in August 2017 and will come to a closure with the Driving Champions Final taking place in May 2018 in Bangkok.

RMA and PAE | Title Sponsor

Over the past 60 years PAE supported complex and critical missions by providing global logistics and stability operations in some of the most challenging environments in the world. Safe road travel is a cornerstone of PAE’s support, and they have undertaken the task of training thousands of drivers in various countries over the past six decades, with the dual objective of expanding their own talented workforce and imparting professional skills to the communities where they operate.

 

South East Asia: 

After two highly successful programmes in East Africa, we are pleased to announce that with the support of PAE and RMA, Fleet Forum will be the Driver Recognition Programme to South East Asia. The programme will start in August 2017 and will come to a closure with the Driving Champions Final taking place in May 2018 in Bangkok.

RMA and PAE | Title Sponsor

Over the past 60 years PAE supported complex and critical missions by providing global logistics and stability operations in some of the most challenging environments in the world. Safe road travel is a cornerstone of PAE’s support, and they have undertaken the task of training thousands of drivers in various countries over the past six decades, with the dual objective of expanding their own talented workforce and imparting professional skills to the communities where they operate.

 

0.jpeg

Benchmarking for Road Safety

“Benchmarking is the practice of being humble enough to admit that someone else is better at something and wise enough to try and learn how to match and even surpass them at it”

Source: APQC

The approach: Working towards organisational learning

In 2021 Fleet Forum invites its members to participate in a benchmark exercise for road safety. This exercise is a follow up of the project that started in 2020. Ultimately, the benchmarking exercise should lead to an understanding of differences in organisations as well as identification of gaps in road safety management. 

Benchmark.png

Phases in the benchmarking process:

Typical activities related to the phase:

Phase 1 -  Planning 

Phase 2 -  Analysis

Phase 3 -  Integration

Phase 4 -  Action

Phase 5 -  Maturity

  1. Identify what to benchmark

  2. Find benchmarking partners

  3. Determine data collection method and collect data
     

  4. Determine current performance gap

  5. Project future performance levels including KPIs
     

  6. Communicate findings and gain acceptance

  7. Learning from peers

  8. Establish functional goals
     

  9. Develop action plans to close the gap

  10. Implement the actions and monitor progress

  11. Recalibrate benchmarks
     

  12. Attain leadership position

  13. Fully integrate newly adopted actions into processes

The benchmark exercise will be supported by a series of activities: 

 

When

Activity

Workshop: Create A Safe Benchmarking Environment + Q&A

22 June & 30 June

Launch the 1st Benchmark Survey

1 July

Every Tuesday in July 

Support Participating Members to Fill The Benchmark Survey

August

Analysing Results

Organise Workshops ‘Learning from others’

September / October

Workshop ‘The Future of Benchmarking For Road Safety’ 

October

Benchmarking happens in a trusted environment

In the benchmarking exercise we will look at road safety performance of participating Fleet Forum member organisations. Their results will be compared with that of the average in the sector. In the ‘Learning from others’ workshops we will discuss the differences in performance and identify why some management approaches are more successful than others. We can only do that if there is trust between the participants that the sharing of  data and information stays in the benchmarking group, To safeguard this trust we have established a Code of Conduct, which can downloaded here.