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TTC solution helps Greenhous manage work-related driver risk

Car and commercial vehicle motor specialist Greenhous Group has deployed a new e-learning solution from TTC to reduce liability and risk of its fleet.

L-R: Andy Wheeler of TTC Group with Kevin Swinnerton, Gerald Downes and Gina Hughes from Greenhous Group

The group, which has eight locations across the West Midlands and Mid Wales, has adopted TTC’s DriverProtect Continuum to reduce liability and risk of its fleet and improve the driving skills of more than 300 employees.

Launched last year, the online ‘compliance’ platform provides users with customised training for each driver based on a ‘risk score’ and individual development needs.

Using bespoke software, it then tracks driver compliance and tailors interventions, providing bespoke training solutions to reduce the number of poor driving events being recorded. Solutions cover some 50-plus short interactive e-learning modules, videos, hints and tips, meaning that Greenhous Group employees will be able to complete courses at a time to suit them on any device.

Greenhous Group initially trialled TTC Group DriverProtect Continuum with a 20-strong group of professional drivers, who travel hundreds of thousands of miles every year picking up and dropping off cars and commercial vehicles. The feedback was resoundingly positive, pointing out how user-friendly the platform was and the fact it didn’t impact on their daily routine.

Commenting on the system, Gina Hughes, health and safety co-ordinator at Greenhous Group, said: “It automatically takes care of licence checks for us and profiles a driver’s risk score, which then allows us to tailor the training accordingly. This could be speed awareness, driving in certain conditions or understanding how technology works within a vehicle.

“All of the training is done through e-learning modules, with real-time information on an individual’s progress available at a touch of a button. We are confident that this solution from TTC will result in fewer driving incidents, which equates to less downtime for our drivers and less expensive repairs.”

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.