RED Driver Risk Management provides fully integrated and self-financing DRM programmes that include practical training supported by an online, ongoing programme that includes Licence Checking, Data Management reports and api links to 3rd party providers, whilst providing Duty of Care and H&S compliance.
By putting in place a bespoke, engaging and meaningful training programme you will also save money and even become a profit centre for your company. It also provides complete budgetary control with no surprises, other than the upside!
See case study pages for more details and proof of these claims.
RED Wellbeing was formerly know as Performance on Demand and has worked in the field of Health, Wellbeing & Resilience since 2008 with company employees and drivers alike.
The Company has also worked in Elite Sports, Education and Health, with several NHS Trusts amongst its clients. Managing Stress is key to human performance, as is good Health and Nutrition, and these areas are all covered extensively in both the Workshop offerings and the online Wellbeing Profiler programme.
Fatigue is a big issue too, particularly when coupled with manual tasks like driving. RED Wellbeing workshops and webinars provide easy to understand messaging supported by ongoing online support which help all users to improve this important aspect of their lives.
RED Events has been born from delivering multi activity driving days for its many corporate clients.
Common events include Driver of the Year events for Sainsbury, Fowler Welch, Network Rail, Kuehne & Nagel, AAH Pharmaceuticals, Dynniq and many others.
With its own purpose built training centre, within the Donington Park Race Circuit, RED is also perfectly placed to host your meeting/conference and provide a host of activities to support this. Full AV, stage set, catering and free parking can all be provided to enhance your event.
Team Building remains popular and key to any business and RED is always by your side to provide wellbeing sessions and driving activities to support these events. See example below.