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Making the Business Case for a Road Safety Programme

Updated: Nov 10, 2023

Become an instrumental figure in your organisation's road safety efforts!

The specialisation: Making the Business Case for a Road Safety Programme, is explicitly crafted for those who aspire to contribute significantly to the road safety strategies of their organisations.

This course can serve as a standalone training or as a continuation of Fleet Management Fundamentals or Pro Training. By completing this specialisation, you will:

- Acquire the insights to advocate effectively for long-term road safety investments within your organisation.

- Master practical methods for developing and initiating influential road safety interventions.

- Gain the tools needed to set and accomplish road safety goals and enhance the safety performance of your fleet.

This specialisation, offered over five weeks and fully online starting November 14, includes approximately 20 hours of learning. There will be one weekly live lesson and encourages active, value-driven discussions among 10-12 participants.

Topics Include:

- Quantify the financial impact of road crashes in your organisation

- Developing persuasive arguments for road safety investments.

- Identifying and implementing impactful safety interventions.

- Leading and monitoring road safety initiatives and strategies effectively.

Get ready to take action right after the training. Those of you who have attended Fleet Forum trainings before, you know that these are very practical and action-oriented.

Throughout the training, you will receive guidance to successfully develop a business case for improving road safety. At the end of the training, you will present your business case to Fleet Forum and a (senior) manager in your organisation.

The cost per participant is USD 300. Fleet Forum member participants get a 10% discount. Spaces are limited so we recommend registering as soon as possible! If you have any questions don't hesitate to get in touch with the Fleet Forum team.



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