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Dear Sir,
Its a very informative and potential presentation, but aspect of my country it is very difficult to implement due to our roads & highways policy.
Thanks for uploading such informative presentation, we can pick so many terms from here.
Navana Group
Only Authorize Distributor of Toyota & Hino in Bangladesh

From Bangladesh, Dhaka

For employees who drive either a company vehicle or their own vehicle on the job, safe driving is a matter of occupational safety. Fewer collisions to company vehicles will help control insurance costs - and safe drivers lose less time from work because they avoid collisions. That is why a defensive driving training can benefit all employees .. who have a driver's license. Defensive Driving Training is designed to teach your employees how to drive safely.

In this training program, through the use of visual aids and qualified instructors, will show your drivers how to avoid potentially dangerous situations. Classroom participation involves case studies and active discussion of real life situations, as well as identifying traffic hazards.

As an employer, you already have a large investment in your drivers and employees, and this course will help them to:


• Reduces Operating Costs

• Reduces Collisions

• Reduce Vehicle Abuse

• Reduce Injuries

• Reduces Sick Leave, Insurance and Other Benefit Payments Related to Vehicle Collisions.

• Reduces vehicle maintenance costs

• Increases customer satisfaction with on-time deliveries and undamaged product

• Increases Self Confidence and Morale

• Increases Companies Safety Performance and Records


• Prevent collisions,

• Save lives,

• Deliver cargo safely and on time,

• Reduce costs, and

• Maintain good driving habits.

• Drivers feel more comfortable, confident and safe behind the wheels

• Maintain the company vehicle to reduce more frequent breakdowns and improve its and our lives.

• Educate drivers with better client-driver relationship and good manners.

• Improve driver with positive attitude and responsibility towards companies vehicles and its clients

• Create a better working environment between drivers to compete and perform better than others.

• Educate and make the drivers more literate about the benefits of teamwork.

• Equip drivers with more life saving knowledge in cases of accidents, injuries etc.

• Provide drivers with knowledge of Road accidents and First-Aid to be preformed in such cases.

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From India, Lucknow
Hi Niya, The ppt is good, but one thing i would like to comment on that these are the attributes of a chauffeur not driver. Regards, Shiv
From India, Ghaziabad
Dear Niya...
Thanks for sharing the dirver's PPt ,
It was a good one...please keep sharing valuable things like this
Expecting more of this kind of valuable training ppt's from you.

From United States, Palo Alto
Dear Kiran.
Though the ppt is made in english but we did use Local Language while explaining this ppt
We used both English and Kannada to communicate with drivers and helpers
We also performed some role-plays [in Kannada] to make them understand better.

From United Kingdom, Preston
A very good attempt. But when we say clean shaven,hair cut........ we forget that Sikhs/Sardarji form a major part of our drivers workforce,may be for this company too . Hence we need to be more sensitive and take into consideration wider scenario.
For Drivers training Safety aspects and Driving on low beam in night are two paramount aspects and need to be driven home more emphatically this will result in less of accidents resulting in minimum downtime,saving on expensive repairs and more profits for the organisation.
All these can be part of PPT. And most importantly trainer has to deliver in the language they understand best.

From India, Gurgaon
Niya, real nice ppt realises of following "small/Basic needs" thru regular duties. Thank you. Tusar Sahoo Partner Macons Consulting (A Corporate Management Consulting Company)
From India, Mumbai
Dear all,

Thanks a ton for your tremendous response and valuable feedback.

Now let me tell about our industry.

I work for a retail firm, consumer durables and electronics. We are Regional Player[south]

Let’s take 1 eg: A customer comes to our store and he interacts with a sales exe.[well groomed ,expertise knowledge of the product ,understanding abt the customer's needs, requirements and etc..]

After this process the customer bills the product.

We don't deliver the product from the counter, as we follow central ware house system [to maintain healthy stock]

Now the driver and helper goes to the customer's place and delivers the products.

Drivers and helpers are the 2nd representative of the organization.

That’s why I had made this ppt to train them [used both regional and English Lang with role play] as they enter a very sensitive zone, ie customer’s premises.

There are many scenarios where the man of the house is not present or infants/kinds are playing around or elderly ppl are present etc…

Hence they have to be trained to handle such incidents. He should not add trouble to the family during the delivery. Rather we train them top to toe.

As this will not only help them to grow in their personal life but also will help he organization to grow and be different from the competitors.

Thanks again for your feedback. Pls do the same.

From United Kingdom, Preston
The presentation is very good and I think you have covered every thing with respect to the etiquette of a dirver.
I just wanted to know what is the feedback of the dirvers after the presentation
sadly in India we dont treat them with same respect as compared to probably some western countries.
The challenge is how do we make others treat them with respect and how do you motivate them to act with dignity as every one treat them with the same respect as they give to an executive or an officer. Probably you might have covered that in your naration

From India, Hyderabad
Dear potluripk, I just want to share some pict during our training.Guess they will answer all your question.
From United Kingdom, Preston

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