In 2004 the World Health Organisation estimated that road accidents account for 1.2 million deaths and 50 million injuries worldwide each year. The majority of road accidents occur for two reasons:
1. Lack of basic driving skills, and
2. Attitudes that lead to dangerous driving.
Driving for excellence is a situational awareness tool aimed at changing the attitude of all drivers, both professionals (i.e. HGV and LGV) and ‘casual’ drivers (such as those who drive to-and-from work). The exercises contained are aimed at both drivers (who must concentrate on road hazards) and supervisors (who focus also on plans and schedules that affect drivers’ safety).
Understanding process of six main steps to drive safely
Who is this course for: This course is for supervisors and drivers
Duration: 04 hours
Number of participants: 20 people
Course instructor: Mr. Binh Pham is Hearts and Minds trainer in the East Asia. With 7 years of experience as HSSE Manager for Shell Downstream, Binh Pham conducted many Hearts and Minds workshops for staff and contractors and also coached managers and leaders in safety leadership. Binh combined “Hearts and Minds” tools and “Barrier Thinking” training to promote a deep understanding of safety behaviors and he made great improvement in safety culture for Shell Vietnam in nationwide.
Over 17 years of experience in managing occupational health and safety, Binh experienced a variety of industries like construction, gas processing, electric power and manufacturing etc. Binh holds a bachelor degree in adult training, Vietnam and a master degree in occupational health and safety, USA. He is the Chartered Member of IOSH (CMIOSH) and World Safety Organization Certified Safety Instructor (WSO-CSI (ML)