Assessments

ASSESSMENTS

  1. Pre-Employment Screening – A significant number of applicants (including those already employed as drivers) are in fact unemployable in terms of compliance with road traffic regulations. Common violations include: Unpaid fines, driving under the influence and criminal records. It therefore pays to have an employee’s license checked, especially since it is a condition of a motor insurance policy that a driver holds a valid license.
  2. Pre-Employment Driving Assessment – Before employing a driver, he should be evaluated on the vehicle he will drive in terms of his ability to handle and control the vehicle. Driving Sense therefore assesses the applicant’s driving skills under actual operating conditions which are first discussed and then confirmed with the client.
  3. Driver assessment – This assessment pinpoints areas of competence that need addressing i.e. whether extra training is needed or other corrective measures. The assessment is ideally suited to identify high risk drivers as well as if a fleet is currently experiencing excessive abnormal wear and tear.
  4. Literacy Assessments – Employees who possess sound written and verbal skills as well as solid psychomotor skills, often master generic operating skills, and pass knowledge assessments in a shorter time. An English Literacy assessment is therefore vital in determining language and numeracy competency input levels of respondents with education levels up to Grade 9. Diagnostic procedures identify an individual’s strengths and weaknesses in the English language within a working and training environment.
  5. Psychomotor Assessments to see if the driver is a safe operator

Aims to pinpoint areas of competence that need addressing i.e. whether extra training is needed or other corrective measures. This assessment is ideally suited to identify high risk drivers as well as if a fleet is currently experiencing excessive abnormal wear and tear.

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