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New e-book authored by road safety expert Dr Lisa Dorn

8 January 2014

Authored by road safety expert, Dr Lisa Dorn, ‘How to Implement a Behaviour Based Driver Safety Programme’ provides fleet managers, health and safety executives and others interested in improving occupational road safety, with a step by step plan to aid the implementation of a driver safety programme that focuses the on the key contributing factor in over 90% of crashes – the driver.

Topics covered include:

*   Safety Goals and Leadership
*   Reviewing Driver Safety Systems and Policies
*   Behaviour Based Driver Risk Assessment
*   Implementing a Behaviour Change Programme
*   Fleet Safety Performance and Evaluation

Adrian Walsh, Director of Driving for Better Business has written the forward for the e-book, emphasising the importance of a focus on behavioural based driver safety for organisations: “Businesses which invest in the management of their drivers reap the benefits of improved productivity, and reduced costs. This e-book examines the way that drivers behave and explores how a business can influence this behaviour and above all improve efficiency.”

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