Take a systematic approach to managing your road transport and minimize the risk of tragedy.
Road transport is dangerous. Around the world, road traffic accidents are responsible for over 1 million deaths and almost 40 million injuries each year. And, according to research from the WHO, those numbers are likely to rise over the next decade.
Companies do not always address the problem consistently. Risk managers strive constantly to improve the safety of the systems for which they are accountable. Meanwhile, operational managers spend each day balancing risk and reward in a fast-moving, competitive environment.
Everyone has to take responsibility for safety and risk management. This course offers your managers the knowledge to manage safety proactively, the skills to assess risk, and the techniques to investigate accidents and learn from them. It also explores global best practice in materials handling, storage and transportation, and the crucial skills of managing the drivers who ultimately implement your strategy every day.
At the end of the course, each participant will prepare and present an individual risk management action plan. These plans will focus on areas of their business that participants can materially improve as a result of having attended the course.
We have designed this course for:
Transport managers, trainee transport managers and any other senior manager responsible for transport management. It will also be of interest to graduate trainees and junior managers on development programmes.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
- Appreciate the nature of risk and the human response to it - Identify and quantify road transport risks in the organisation - Carry out risk assessments of transport operations - Select and apply appropriate risk management tools - Investigate road traffic accidents and their causes - Analyse historic data to develop risk management strategies - Apply best practice in managing drivers and driving - Evaluate the significance of vehicle specifications on accidents and injury - Apply best practice in storing and transporting dangerous goods - Apply best practice in managing and using materials handling equipment - Develop a competent and comprehensive health and safety manual for road transport operations
This course is available for in-house delivery if required.
This course will be conducted in the English language.
The course either has new dates in data loading, or is only run as a dedicated or In Company course.