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On completion of each course, IIRSM (International Institute for Risk and Safety Management) approved certificates are issued automatically, which can be easily downloaded and saved.
Examples of the eLearning courses available:
The list of courses also includes Driver Safety Awareness.
Driving for work can be a dangerous job, especially if you drive long distances or in difficult conditions. It is important to follow health and safety guidelines to protect yourself and others from harm.
Key points to consider when driving as part of your job:
Get enough sleep. Fatigue is a major factor in road accidents. Make sure to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep each night before driving for work.
Follow a healthy diet. Eating a healthy diet will give you the energy you need to stay focused and alert while driving. Avoid eating heavy or sugary foods before driving, as these can make you feel tired or sluggish.
Take breaks. If you are driving for more than two hours at a time, take a break of at least 15 minutes every two hours. Get out of the car, stretch your legs, and move around.
Be aware of your surroundings. Pay attention to the road, other traffic, and pedestrians. Avoid distractions such as talking on the phone, texting, or eating while driving.
Obey the speed limit. Driving too fast is a major cause of road accidents. Always obey the speed limit and adjust your speed for the road conditions.
Never drink and drive. Alcohol and drug impairment are leading causes of road accidents. Never drink and drive, even if you only have one drink.
Wear a seatbelt. Seatbelts save lives. Always wear a seatbelt, even if you are driving a short distance.
Maintain your vehicle. Make sure your vehicle is in good condition by having it regularly serviced and inspected.
By prioritising the above measures, businesses can actively contribute to the eradication of accidents while driving at work and promote a culture of safe and responsible practices within their organisation and beyond.
Erin Beck (Project Coordinator) and Oliver De Maria (Project Coordinator)
The App is free, developed by Erin Beck (Project Coordinator) and Oliver De Maria (Project Coordinator) whilst working with the iProtectU IT Developers. Both Erin and Oliver wanted to increase health, safety and wellbeing awareness in the workplace and made it their mission to develop a free, easy-to-use product, available to all.
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