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Dear, Thanks first for sharing training material. It is quite useful for EMS & OSHAS training point of view. Keep it up writing. Anil Nevase Sr Manager HR Subros Limited
From India, Mumbai
Dear Niyasharma, Good Post. Apart from what is given one can also include :- (a) Road Ettiquttes (b) Road Safety Rules. (c) Tips for Safe Driving (d) Traffic Rules All the Best Securityexpert
From India, New Delhi
Hi Niya,
Your effort is really appreciable.The PPT is interactive and knowledgeable.
I am not satisfied with Kiran's suggestion,because there are 29 states in
India and each state has its own regional language,so it is not easy to
make PPT in each different language.So English is the best way of this
presentation.Really you did a gr8 job.
Keep it up..........

From India, Hyderabad
Hi Nitya,
It is very good indeed. If you are keen on improving this further, a few suggestions:
You can add a video clip of some very good drivers' interview or opinion... to add some glitz...
Some photographs of Indian road conditions and traffic chaos to impress upon the drivers the need for them to use their judgement in using the vehicle engine effectively and extend its life through optimum use of gear, clutch, brake and fuel !
Best wishes
NK Sundaram

From India
Hi Niya,
Just saw ur presentation; my feedback on the same for your perusal:
1. PPT is good; particularly prepared on visual method (keeping in view the audience)
2. Covered all necessary points
3. It wud have been better if u cud add the objectives to be achieved
4. Dividing the desired skills to be developed in a sequence wud have given a better flow
5. A obersvational research on the same (drivers behaviour, Inidan driving trends, etc.) wud give u better idea to develop the module
6. First-aid and contingency management are two important sections for a driver training module
I developed a driver training module which was used by Tata Motors Limited and CWG Committee to train around 2600 drivers of car fleet operations of CWG 2010.
Thanks & Regards
Desraj Sharma
IDAC, Delhi

From India, New Delhi

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.

For any information you can call us on 09899245123 or mail us on
or give me your mail id or telephone no. so that we can talk in details ....

From India, Lucknow
Dear Niya
u hav done a very good job. Very comprehensive and effective training material. You may also exlplore something more to change the mind set and attitude of the Drivers whom are mostly lacking good human and interpersonal relationship

From India, Thrissur
My Observations on your PPT
Hope this info helps, all the best for your training Programs!!
Dear Anant,
A perfect review. To the point, purposeful to the content designer. But again, it seems, (I guess), Ms. Sharma, who complained of poor response has chosen not to respond to the cream amidst the responses.
Your comment is to be taken in right spirit.
Thank you for the inspiration and guidance.
Keep posting.

From India, Pune
By providing training to Drivers we know more about the psychology of this employee work force, know them closely,understand the HR issues related to this work force and face the challenges of ensuring productivity from short we can hopefully become better HR managers through all the exercises in this for them itself is a good motivational tool for them besides other advantages of having a formalised training programme for drivers.
From India, Mumbai
My dear friend learnever,

Hope you are in pink of your health. Actually i was busy with something imp at office. Hence was not able to spend much time to check the reviews..

I hope you would understand as a professional.

I always take our members in best of sprits. It does help me a lot.

However when someone is not responding it also does not mean that they post just for"cream"!!!It would be very unfair to put a remark on someone, especially when we don't know anything about them!

And with respect to Anant's feedback i have thanked him and appreciated his feedback.
Guess you are not aware or you missed my post where i did accept his few points.

We are professionals and we should appreciate and encourage the talent not DEMOTIVATING them!!!

Nothing personal my friend ,no hard feelings!

And i would like to thank all for their guidance and their feedback.

From United Kingdom, Preston

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