Driver Hire will be exhibiting at The Health and Safety Show this year, which runs from Tuesday 09th – Thursday 11th April at Birmingham’s NEC.
The highlight of our stand this year will be our new driver risk management service, DriveWise. DriveWise adopts an innovative approach to help organisations understand and reduce their drivers’ exposure to risk through proactive driver profiling, one-to-one in-vehicle coaching and group workshops.
“We are delighted to be taking DriveWise to its first show and launching it to the people responsible for reducing risk within their organisations” says David Slack, Driver Hire’s Commercial Director for Driver Risk Management. “We will have all our expertise on the stand to welcome visitors – we’ll be keen to chat and demonstrate how our products and services, help to reduce the risk associated with driving for work.”
dh Licence Check
DriveWise is just one of many products and services offered by Driver Hire, and at the show we will also be offering demonstrations of dh Licence Check, our online driver licence checking system. Find out how this product can not only help you comply with the laws associated with people who drive for work, but how the data can be used to help you profile your drivers to understand the risks associated with them on the roads.
Is Driver CPC your thing?
Another string to Driver Hire’s bow is its extensive range of Driver Certificate of Professional Competence modules. Driver CPC is mandatory periodic training for anyone who drives an LGV for work. If this is one of your areas of responsibility, then head over and talk to us about our managed services and how we can get you through to the September 2019 deadline and beyond.
The show itself promises to be an excellent and worthwhile day for all professionals who have health and safety front and foremost of their role. DriveWise is especially relevant since the workplace extends to the vehicle, where employees drive for work.
So, if you are attending please drop by and visit us at stand K38 where you might even be in with the chance of winning an Amazon Echo.
For more information on The Health and Safety Event and to register for your free ticket click here.