CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO TRAIN YOUR DRIVING STAFF?
Driving Sense has adopted the ‘next level’ approach to driver training and safety that’s designed to reduce the risk associated with driving, while improving the overall safety and well being of drivers their families and employers. Driving Sense MD Natalie Rodrigues says: “We realise that saving lives through driver training may not be quantifiable but what is, is a reduction of costs due to more efficient driving methods that save time, reduce fuel consumption and maintenance costs. It’s important to realise, however, that it’s not ideal to send an employee for driver training, when you don’t first know who you’re employing,” she adds.
CONTRIBUTING TOWARDS PRODUCTIVITY THROUGH ASSESSMENT AND TRAINING
Due to the high demand of skilled operators and drivers, Driving Sense has recently opened a Training centre specialising in driver training and Lifting equipment. With the introduction of the Skills Levy Act, companies have started to realize the commitment of the government towards uplifting people through training which will ultimately contribute to the improved productivity of the country. Companies will not only receive a return on their investment on training, they will have the benefit of a skilled operator which can potentially save thousands of rands by minimizing accidents, repairs, downtime and running costs.
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