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.

 

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Development of a Standardised Sustainable Fleet Management Training Curriculum 

In many aid and development agencies there is a growing interest for sustainable fleet management. With the launch of the UN Road Safety Strategy, the Strategy for Sustainability Management in the UN and The Climate and Environment Charter for Humanitarian Organizations, organisations now have the strategic framework to reduce the negative consequences, such as road traffic crashes and production of greenhouse gasses and other air pollutants, that comes with operating vehicle fleets. Reaching the safety and sustainability targets that the international community has set, requires transformational change in the way the fleet is managed and operated. 


Fleet Forum, with the support of the UPS Foundation, recognises that to become a safer and more sustainable fleet operator, staff with the responsibility for fleet require different competencies. 


It is in that light that Fleet Forum launches its latest project “Development of a standardised Sustainable Fleet Management Training curriculum”

 

In this project, Fleet Forum and its partner Institution of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) are working together to:

 

  • Help organisations to understand what competencies and skills are needed at what level in the organisation to implement robust road safety and sustainability interventions

  • Support organisations with a standardised curriculum that can be used to embed road safety and sustainability in their training programmes for senior and middle managers with a responsibility for fleet management

  • Supports organisations to collaborate when it comes to training efforts and to recognise previously taken training when moving to another aid and development agency 

 

At the end of this project the following deliverables are envisioned:

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Invitation to participate

Fleet Forum members can participate in this project in the following ways: 

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To sign up for this project or for more information send an email to Rose van Steijn at: Rose.van.Steijn@fleetforum.org