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Overview of UK Global Road Safety online driver assessment, training & fleet risk mitiagtion programme.

Overview of UK Global Road Safety online driver assessment, training & fleet risk mitiagtion programme.

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  • 1. UK Global Road SafetyOnline Driver Training Road Safety – Everyone’s Business MONITOR R SK MITIGATE IDENTIFY Largest Global Footprint in the Industry GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY
  • 2. UK Global Road SafetyGlobal Fleet Risk Management Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessIdentify, Mitigate & Monitor • Proactively identify risk within a fleet • Targeted training modules focus on a single topic to lower risk • Effective management through accurate tracking & monitoring MONITOR R SK MITIGATE IDENTIFY
  • 3. UK Global Road SafetyGlobal Reach Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessGlobal Reach • 45 Countries • 55 Languages • 25 additional countries in development during 2013 • Easy to implement across National/Global fleets • Localised, culturally accepted content GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY
  • 4. UK Global Road SafetyGlobal Reach Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessAvailable in 45 Countries in 55 Languages
  • 5. UK Global Road SafetyGlobal Reach Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessDue to be rolled out by the end of 2013
  • 6. UK Global Road SafetyLocalisation Road Safety – Everyone’s Business Global Means Global • Filmed on location • Clients will not respect generic footage • Language • Localised & specific (9 versions of English 4 of Spanish) • Localised Rules • Breakdown procedures differ along with roundabout rules • No Cartoons • Respect, learning & retention is greater with real video footage GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY
  • 7. UK Global Road SafetyProgramme Options Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessProgramme Options • Hazard Perception - HP • Standalone Risk Analysis Tool • HP + Auto assigned training • Up to 18 training modules – UK • Global modules vary country to country • H&S Policy Testing modules (multiple modules if required) • Opportunity to manually assign modules • ECO driver training modules • Comprehensive reporting capabilities • Integrates with existing LMS (SCORM &/or AICC Compliant)
  • 8. UK Global Road SafetyMobile Training Modules Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessLaunched in UK January 2012Available in UK, USA & CanadaAll current countries rolled out by the end of 2012• No software or apps download required• Apple, Blackberry, Android, Windows
  • 9. UK Global Road SafetyHazard Perception Road Safety – Everyone’s Business • High definition video scenarios • Identification of pertinent hazard • Within a 10 second window • Multiple random selection penalised • Computer familiarity & dexterity no advantage • Ability to identify hazards is the key feature
  • 10. UK Global Road SafetyTheory Questions Road Safety – Everyone’s Business • Randomly selected multiple choice questions • Within a set timescale • Pertinent to geographical location • Randomly selected from database The driver is presented with a risk rating and can drill down into their individual results. Presents an opportunity for drivers to discover their strengths and weaknesses.
  • 11. UK Global Road SafetyTraining Modules Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessMitigation Training Modules • Algorithm calculations from HP & Theory Questions • Auto assigned training modules • Up to 29 (UK 18) • Comprehension, graphical & audio video format • Theory questions related to training module The driver is advised of result after each question. Drivers have the opportunity to revisit the training and quiz at anytime.
  • 12. UK Global Road SafetyAdministrative Options Road Safety – Everyone’s Business
  • 13. UK Global Road SafetyInternet Security Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessHighest Level Security:• SSL Encryption• Firewalls• IDS Sensors• Secure Data with strong encryption• SSL Technology with 256 bit encryption• Username & Password System• SCORM &/or AICC compliant (e-learning interoperability)
  • 14. UK Global Road Safety Reporting Capabilities Road Safety – Everyone’s Business Overdue LessonsUser Groups Included: Premier MouldingsReport Generated On: Monday, February 27th 2012Report Generated By: Jane SneddonDrivers who are 1 - 30 days overdue.Due dates between: 2011-07-16 - 2011-08-14.Total number of overdue drivers: 3 Due Date Name Group Lesson Email (YYYY-MM-DD)Gary Fowles Engineering Company 2011-07-31 Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK VersionDavid Bolton Engineering Company 2011-08-08 Lane Changes 2011-08-01 Weather ConditionsEarl Miller Engineering Company 2011-08-08 Escape Routes
  • 15. UK Global Road SafetyReporting Capabilities Road Safety – Everyone’s Business                   Search By: Groups: Premier Mouldings Courses: ALL COURSESGenerated By: Jane Sneddon Course Status: Either INCOMPLETE or COMPLETEGenerated On: Monday, February 27th 2012 Driver Type: PRIMARY ONLYSource: Due Between: 2011-07-01 and 2012-08-15 (yyyy-mm-dd) Completion  # Completed  First Name Last Name Group Course Launch Date Due Date Date Lessons Average(%)Chris Arnold Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-01 1 of 1 68Chris Arnold Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-08-01 2011-07-05 4 of 4 92.5Nicola Allen Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-29 1 of 1 72Nicola Allen Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-29 2011-08-29 2011-08-04 4 of 4 87.5David Boulton Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-21 1 of 1 74David Boulton Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-21 2011-08-29 0 of 5Denny Bradbury Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-21 1 of 1 60Denny Bradbury Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-21 2011-09-12 2011-08-12 7 of 7 92.9Jane Cooper Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-22 1 of 1 68Jane Cooper Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-22 2011-08-22 1 of 4 90Steve Davis Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-01 1 of 1 84Dawn Daniels Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-18 1 of 1 82Dawn Daniels Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-18 2011-07-25 2011-07-18 1 of 1 100Ted Elliott Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-08 2011-07-15 2011-07-20 1 of 1 67Rex Elton Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-20 2011-09-05 2 of 6 85Rex Fowles Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-14 1 of 1 78Gary Fowles Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 0 of 1Tommy Knapp Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-22 2011-07-31 2011-07-29 1 of 1 59Tommy Knapp Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-29 2011-10-03 2011-07-29 9 of 9 82.2Earl Miller Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-16 1 of 1 67Earl Miller Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-16 2011-09-12 2 of 8 90Joy Marston Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-26 1 of 1 58Joy Marston Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-26 2011-09-19 2011-07-26 7 of 7 90Demetri Morva Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version 2011-07-01 2011-07-31 2011-07-21 1 of 1 73Demetri Morva Premier Mouldings Hazard Perception Targeted Training - UK Version 2011-07-21 2011-08-15 2011-07-21 3 of 3 93.3Truncated Report Due to Size
  • 16. UK Global Road Safety Reporting Capabilities Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessUser Groups Included: Premier MouldingsReport Generated On: Monday, February 27th 2012Report Generated By: Jane SneddonLesson Module: Passing Date Grade Name Group High Grade # of Attempts Grade Was AchievedSteve Davis Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-01 84 1Dawn Daniels Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-18 82 1Rex Fowles Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-14 78 1Mark Reynolds Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-28 78 1Jill Wilcox Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-21 76 1Andrew Stevenson Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-14 75 1David Boulton Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-21 74 1Demetre Morova Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-21 73 1Nicola Allen Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-29 72 1Chris Arnold Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-01 68 1Jane Cooper Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-22 68 1Ted Elliot Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-20 67 1Earl Miller Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-16 67 1Tanya Summers Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-29 67 1Charles Williams Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-29 65 1Denny Bradbury Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-21 60 1Tommy Knapp Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-29 59 1Joy Marston Premier Mouldings 0 2011-07-26 58 1Average GradeNumber of Results Returned
  • 17. UK Global Road SafetyReporting Capabilities Road Safety – Everyone’s Business Hazard Perception Risk AssessmentGenerated By: Jane SneddonGenerated On: Monday, February 27th 2012Source: UK Global Road SafetyUser Groups Included: Premier MouldingsDrivers Included: PRIMARY ONLYProgram: Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version Score Breakdown by Skill Set Scanning Speed Management Space Management Danger Zones Attitude The Other MotoristMEDIUM RISK# of Drivers: 9 (50%) 66.40% 58% 56.60% 68.10% 67.40% 70.10%Average Score: 64.3%LOW RISK# of Drivers: 9 (50%) 79.90% 76.30% 66.80% 78.30% 80.60% 79.70%Average Score: 76.9%ALL DRIVERS# of Drivers: 18 (100%) 73.20% 67.20% 61.70% 73.20% 74% 74.90%Average Score: 70.6%
  • 18. UK Global Road Safety Reporting Capabilities Road Safety – Everyone’s Business HPE OverviewReport Generated On: Monday, February 27th 2012Report Generated By: Jane SneddonUser Groups Included: Premier MouldingsDrivers Included: PRIMARY ONLYAssessment Program: Hazard Perception Evaluation - UK Version# Drivers with Assessment Assigned: 19# Drivers Completed Assessment: 18# Drivers Not Completed Assessment: 1Overall Score: 71% Core Competency Assessment Score Driver performance in the Scanning competency represents a below average level of risk. This score indicates that slight improvement is required in the area of scanning the roadway,Scanning 73% surroundings, and mirrors. Scanning is a basic skill that all drivers must possess to identify and avoid potential crash situations. Driver performance in the Speed Management competency represents an average level of risk. This score indicates thatSpeed Management modest improvement is required in the area of speed management. Proper speed management ensures there is 67% adequate time to safely identify, react to and avoid potential road hazards. Driver performance in the Space Management competency represents an average level of risk. This score indicates thatSpace Management modest improvement is required in the area of Space Management. The absence of a proper space cushion around a 62% vehicle significantly increases the chances of a crash. Driver performance in the Danger Zone competency represents a below average level of risk. This score indicates thatDanger Zones slight improvement is required in the knowledge and treatment of Danger Zones. A disproportionate number of the 73% most severe collisions occur in the Danger Zones of the roadway. Driver performance in the Attitude competency represents a below average level of risk. This score indicates that slightAttitude improvement is required in the area of Driver Attitude. A persons behaviour is the direct result of his or her attitude. An 74% unsafe attitude can lead to severe injury or death. Driver performance in the Other Motorist competency represents a below average level of risk. This score indicates thatThe Other Motorist slight improvement is required in the area of awareness of the Other Motorist. An awareness of position and actions of 75% other motorists is an essential skill to identify and avoid potential hazards. Rank Targeted Training Module # Times Prescribed 1 Escape Routes - Drive Defensively and Maintain Escape Routes 13 2 Lane Changes - Proper Lane Change Techniques 12 3 How to Spot and Avoid Failure to Give Way Collisions - How to Spot and Avoid Failure to Give Way Collisions 9 4 Safe Motorway Driving - Techniques for Driving Safely on Motorways 9 5 Speeding - Learn Why Speeding is so Dangerous 7 6 Junctions - Junctions 4 7 Roundabouts - Techniques for Safe Driving in Roundabouts 4 8 Seat Belts - The Importance of Using Seat Belts 4 9 Deadly Distractions - Deadly Distractions Behind the Wheel 4 10 Drowsy Driving - The Perils of Drowsy Driving 3 11 Weather Conditions - Adjusting to Weather Conditions 2 12 Car Parks and Reversing - Car Parks and Reversing 1
  • 19. UK Global Road Safety Reporting Capabilities Road Safety – Everyone’s Business Test Score ReportUser Groups Included: Premier MouldingsReport Generated On: Monday, February 27th 2012Report Generated By: Jane SneddonLesson Module: Seat Belts Passing Date Grade Name Employee ID Group High Grade # of Attempts Grade Was AchievedDenny Bradbury Premier Mouldings 80 2011-08-12 100 1Earl Miller Premier Mouldings 80 2011-08-12 90 1Charles Williams Premier Mouldings 80 2011-07-29 90 1Tommy Knapp Premier Mouldings 80 2011-07-29 80 1Average Grade 90%Number of Results Returned 4Lesson Module: Roundabouts Passing Date Grade Name Employee ID Group High Grade # of Attempts Grade Was AchievedJane Cooper Premier Mouldings 80 2011-08-12 90 2Tanya Summers Premier Mouldings 80 2011-08-11 80 1Ted Elliot Premier Mouldings 80 2011-08-05 80 2Tommy Knapp Premier Mouldings 80 2011-07-29 80 2Average Grade 83%Number of Results Returned 4Lesson Module: Junctions Passing Date Grade Name Employee ID Group High Grade # of Attempts Grade Was AchievedJoy Marston Premier Mouldings 80 2011-07-26 100 2Morova Demetri Premier Mouldings 80 2011-07-21 90 1Jill Willcox Premier Mouldings 80 2011-07-29 80 1Average Grade 90%Number of Results Returned 3 Truncated Report Due to Size
  • 20. UK Global Road SafetyReturn on Investment Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessCost Positive Fleet Mitigation • Reduce collisions, injuries, costs & liability to exposure • Clients have seen reduced APMM of up to 60% • While achieving ROI’s of up to 900% • Enhanced environmental integrity through: • Reduced CO emissions • Reduced fuel costs (between 3 – 15 %) GLOBAL ROAD SAFETY
  • 21. UK Global Road SafetyComparable Costs Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessOnline Training Vs Behind the Wheel Per Driver:Cost for Behind the Wheel = £230 Cost for Online = £45Additional Costs Additional Costs Lost Productivity 1 day Lost Productivity 4 hours over 2 months Wages 1 day Wages 4 hours over 2 months Downtime 1 day Downtime minimal (manageble)
  • 22. UK Global Road SafetyGlobal Clients Road Safety – Everyone’s Business Some Existing Global Customers DuPont Proctor & Gamble Wartsila Weir Engineering Group Dow Corportation Jacobs Engineering National Grid Arjo Wiggins Xerox Corporation Pepsi Corporation
  • 23. UK Global Road SafetyComplimentary Family Logons Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessSocial Responsibility:Organisations suffer financial losses from 3rd party crashes & injuries thatdo not directly involve their organisation.If a spouse of an employee is injured in a crash that your organisation hasno involvement in, you may find that your employee requires time off to lookafter their family.An organisation may suffer losses for which their insurance may notsupport a claim.To help overcome this we adopt a Paternal Approach to our drivertraining. • Complimentary logon for a family member • Same level of training
  • 24. UK Global Road SafetyPilot Programme Road Safety – Everyone’s BusinessFree Pilot Evaluation:Gain valuable-hands on experience with UK Global Road Safetys program.Risk-free!UK Global Road Safety believes that a pilot program is the most effectiveway to win a prospective clients confidence from the start & build a long-term relationship.We would like you to have the most authentic experience possible, which iswhy we also include both technical & customer service support as a part ofyour pilot.30 days is all it takes.