At RVM we offer options to our clients when it comes to choosing between a knowledge-based method of assessing drivers and a psychometric-based approach.
Our role is to present the advantages of each so the client can decide which of them best suits their needs.
Thereafter, we co-ordinate the delivery and timely completion of the sessions, identify and validate unacceptable risks that arise, place results in context with other gathered risk data and make recommendations from a range of remedial tools.
UNIQUE SERVICE OPPORTUNITIES
Chase and Escalation Service – A key administrative task is to ensure all drivers logon to the relevant website to carry out the assessment, which is a function performed by RVM.
Agnostic approach – We recommend assessments we believe are best for purpose although we also administer assessments from client’s own preferred suppliers.
Automatic Risk Alerts – In instances of a high-risk result, an alert is raised automatically
ONLINE ASSESSMENT OBJECTIVES:
⦁ To profile all drivers using a consistent tool so comparisons can be made
⦁ To pinpoint drivers who need additional support and training and in what
⦁ To raise the profile of safety awareness across all drivers
⦁ To satisfy an area of legal compliance
⦁ To identify online training needs (and avoid in-vehicle training expense)
⦁ To profile new employees as a part of the recruitment process
Online assessment USB’s
We offer a choice between knowledge-based or psychometric-based assessments
We proactively issue new and chase up late sessions with drivers.
We set results alongside other gathered data before calculating an overall driver risk profile
We issue automatic alerts for those sessions that produce high risk results
We include these sessions in all new driver induction programs