Our Online Driver Risk Assessment is designed to provide businesses with a low-cost risk assessment for their drivers. This allows you to risk assess your drivers’ driving ability, and their level of risk when driving for work. We will be able to provide you with a driver and company report, which will provide you with guidance on further training, where necessary, to help ensure the safety of your business and drivers.
The Online Driver Risk Assessment consists of three sections, covering different areas of potential driver risk. Part 1 of the Driver Risk Assessment is a driver profile analysis that explores the drivers’ experience, accident history, training record and working conditions. This will score your drivers’ based on their driving history to date, allowing us to identify any medium or high-risk drivers who may benefit from or require further driver training.
The second section of the Driver Risk Assessment consists of a psychological analysis of your drivers, to gain an understanding of their driving behaviour and specific types of road situations. This section of the driver risk assessment will score your drivers in different areas, providing a driver risk level and feedback on the areas where your drivers may be at risk when driving for work. This will allow us to provide you and your drivers with custom feedback and training recommendations to help ensure the safety of your drivers.
The third and final section of the online driver risk assessment will test your drivers’ knowledge of the Kenyan Highway Code and potential risks when driving for work. This section is not included in the overall risk level of your drivers, however, it does provide an insight into your drivers’ knowledge and understanding of driver safety. Through this, the risk assessment will highlight any areas where further training may be required.
Following the completion of our Online Driver Risk Assessment, you will be provided with a driver and company report with custom feedback. This report will highlight the risk level of your drivers, with recommendations and guidance on any training or support which may be required.