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Effective Defensive Driving: Light Vehicle & Basic 4x4 (KCH)

Organised by
MRS Management Sdn Bhd
Dates
15 Aug 2019 - 16 Aug 2019

 

521,446. This is the total number of road accidents recorded last year with 7,152 fatalities on the same Malaysian Road we all share. From this, 80.6% of road accidents are caused by human error.”

Babulal, V. (2016). Number of fatal road accidents up in 2016, more than 7,000 lives lost. Kuala Lumpur: News Straits Times.

 

This shows that with the right training and willingness to change our driving behaviour and habits, we can make Malaysian roads safer for everyone in your organisation. Vehicle personnel of your organisation carry a large responsibility to deliver and transport products as well as other personnel safely to ensure the smooth running of daily operations whether at project execution sites or at the office. This programme will equip your personnel with the knowledge and understanding in identifying potential road hazards and how to safely steer clear from them. At the same time, drivers can improve their skills and minimise on-the-road negligent behaviour while carrying out their various duties on the road.


Objectives

  • To enable drivers to drive defensively using specific techniques (on-road, off-road)
  • To achieve crash-free driving by identifying driving errors
  • To improve driving mind sets and behaviours

Who Would Greatly Benefit?

Companies with a fleet of vehicles should equip their designated employee-drivers with the right driving habits, attitudes, systems and techniques while on the job.

Both young as well as seasoned drivers will find this training a great eye-opener!

 
Supported by
Ministry of Human Resource, Malaysia Pembangunan Sumber Manusia Berhad Malaysian Institute of Jabatan Pembangunan Kemahiran (DSD) Institut Bank-bank Malaysia MAPS
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