Partnership seeks to enhance fleet safety training

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Updated Jun 16, 2010

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PHH Arval, a provider of fleet accident and risk services, announced a strategic partnership with Driving Dynamics, a provider of advanced performance driver safety training. Driving Dynamics’ Web-based driver training modules will expand PHH’s suite of risk and safety services, which are designed to help companies increase the safety of their fleet drivers and improve their corporate risk profiles.

Incorporating instructional tools and techniques for adult learners, Driving Dynamics’ training is designed for drivers of all classes of vehicles, from cars to heavy trucks. Modules that focus on key collision-avoidance principles are animated, practical and interactive, covering both skills-based and behavior-based training. Users have the opportunity to check knowledge, go over missed test questions and take final tests on a wide range of topics.

“Because of the high cost of accidents, an increasing number of our clients are interested in implementing effective driver safety programs,” says Karen Healey, director of Product Manager for PHH Arval. “Our new partnership with Driving Dynamics is yet another enhancement to our 360-degree circle of comprehensive safety and collision services, which include everything from motor vehicle record checks and safety training to accident subrogation and vehicle repair.”