The effect of driver coaching on the bottom line

17 Apr 2018

Getting serious engagement at senior or board level can be challenging if there are no clear financial benefits and no realistic and significant return on investment (ROI), from undertaking a particular course of action.The challenge is particularly acute if companies assume they are purchasing an intangible product. To make it tangible, so that the financial benefits in particular can be explained with confidence, the outcome of training, and the financial savings accrued, must be quantified.

This paper demonstrates that cost savings can be achieved through high quality and innovative driver coaching programme based on a holistic approach to fleet risk and driver safety management. 

Fanum House
Basing View
RG21 4EA
Basingstoke, Hampshire
United Kingdom

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