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.

 

Crash Data Analysis programme

Understanding why road crashes happen: Call for participation

 

Is your organisation trying to reduce road traffic crashes? Are you looking to understand why those crashes happen and what you can do to prevent them?

 

If the answer is yes, your organisation is invited to be part of a new Road Crash Data Analysis Programme to be developed and rolled-out by Fleet Forum. The programme, supported by the UPS Foundation, will develop the tools to identify the underlying root causes of road traffic crashes, pinpoint the interventions needed to prevent them then assess if those interventions have been successful. 

 

Road traffic crashes kill more than 1.3 million people every year. For most aid and development organisations, crashes continue to be the number one cause of death and injury to staff around the world. Sadly, the number of those fatalities has stayed relatively constant over the years. With the Decade of Action for Road Safety 2011 –2020 coming to an end, the pressure is mounting to show results. Earlier this year, the United Nations issued an urgent call for ‘leadership’ on road safety, both through the theme of its Global Road Safety Week and the launch of its first UN-wide Road Safety Strategy. 

 

The Road Crash Data Analysis Programme will support those responsible for road safety to proactively identify sustainable road crash interventions, and present compelling evidence that road safety is a pressing enterprise risk. The programme will consist of a data collection method; a management toolkit for crash analysis; an e-learning module and workshop programme to train staff; a data presentation tool to build compelling stories; and, finally, tools to measure the impact of the interventions. 

 

To take part in the programme, send an email to Rose van Steijn at Rose.van.Steijn@fleetforum.org. ​

 

Click here to read our Project Plan.

THE FLEET FORUM ASSOCIATION
 

c/o Perreard de Boccard SA

Rue de la Coulouvrenière 29 | 1204 Genève

FOLLOW US:

  • YouTube - White Circle
  • Twitter - White Circle
  • Facebook - White Circle
  • Fleet Forum on LinkedIn