DRMS is a complete tailor-made management practice and cost prevention technique that studies the human factor, i.e. the professional drivers of any organization or co-operation, frameworks programs and procedures to reduce the risk created by and around them, and thus results in a variety of social, economic and strategic benefits to the entity.
Recruitment is considered to be the most important aspect of Driver Risk Management. Our experience in this domain defines the ideal driver wherein the Physical, Behavioral, Knowledge & Skill level, Attitude will be listed in detail. This module also manages the advance tests that are conducted on drivers to assess the abilities. Psychometric testing, Simulator-based testing, hand –foot coordination test, visual traits testing, reaction time are some among them. While passing the test, the profile of the driver along with the test results will be recorded for further learning & development interventions to his abilities.
While defining a job with key results area can be a great foundation
for Risk Management, monitoring the driving throughout the job
hours ensures that the driver is adhering to the defined job
description. This can not only monitor the team but also helps to
generate great reports detailing the organizational, individual and
function-wise performance which can be used to analyze the top and
weak performers, in addition to performance trending over a period
of time that would help the manager to have great control over the
team. We have incorporated the best in class tools and technologies
to make it highly efficient.
While defining a job with key results area can be a great foundation for Risk Management, monitoring the driving throughout the job hours ensures that the driver is adhering to the defined job description. This can not only monitor the team but also helps to generate great reports detailing the organizational, individual and function-wise performance which can be used to analyze the top and weak performers, in addition to performance trending over a period of time that would help the Manager to have great control over the team. We have incorporated the best in class tools and technologies to make it highly efficient.
Appraisal systems exist to improve organizational efficiency by ensuring that individuals perform to the best of their ability, develop their potential, and earn appropriate reward. It is one of the few times during the year where an employee and the reviewer, typically the employee's supervisor, can sit down and have a lengthy face-to-face discussion about all aspects of the job. Appraisals are also important to aid an individual's career development by attempting to predict work that the individual may be capable of in the future. This is the potential review component. This is indeed is a great mechanism to keep up the employee morale to do a quality job when the employee finds the company to be rewarding positive job.
Though money is not the biggest motivator, when an employee is compensated proportionate to the efforts, they are most likely to become highly loyal to the employer. This fosters a positive work culture and thus, a highly productive output from employees. The DCB System keeps driver remuneration and perks directly proportional with productivity and performance, ensuring a mutually beneficial long-term arrangement for both the organization and the driver.
Successful organizations use R & R effectively. Employee achievements and/or performance improvement is a vital part of performance management. Sincere and honest approach in reward system lets employees know that you appreciate their efforts. This simple act takes little time but will provide many benefits. An employee who feels that his or her best efforts are valued by you is likely to continue those efforts. It is important that your employees know they are viewed as valuable members of the organization. With praise, you can create and reinforce a positive self-image in your employees, making them feel like winners. This is most desirable in confusing or unclear situations where the employee is trying to do the right thing but is uncertain of the actual performance level.
Though many organizations offer training to the employees, many a times it does not follow a learning path. A training which has not assessed the learner’s need for training may not be effective. We at Roadslink start the learning & development right from profiling the drivers while they are hired. This is used to identify the learning & development need of each employee which can lead to developing a comprehensive customized plan. We are specialized in conducting trainings in many languages, which is quite receptive in a fleet management setting where most of the drivers are comfortable communicating in their native language. We have also developed great E- learning modules and training aids to make learning easier and fun.
In a business that is exposed to continuous and severe risks that may also involve a third party, it is highly important to have a Risk Assessment and Measurement system. A system to identify all potential hazards, chances of risk occurrence and consequences of reoccurrence, etc. Roadslink has developed an advanced system that can address these issues and propose recommendations on risk mitigation measures to achieve the overall objective of ERM. The system is also capable of performing a thorough investigation of accidents, which not only helps in assessing and recording 360º feedbacks about accidents but also plays a role in avoiding the reoccurrence of such risks.
Business reports are an integral part of actively managing any company. Management uses the reports to track progress towards its various goals, control expenditures and increase revenue. An intelligent report helps the Manager to understand the current situation during frequent intervals and quickly make adjustments for abnormalities. We have developed a systematic reports system to ensure the availability of timely and accurate information to facilitate effective decision-making across all levels of the organization structure and hierarchy.