Feeling safe while you or your employees drive is paramount. Therefore, it’s essential that the safe driving course you choose is based on a structured, coherent coaching system.
The S.E.E.D Process is more than a checklist and not just another piece of paper for the employee file. It’s based on four tenets: Spot the at-risk behavior, Explain the at-risk behavior and correct it, Enforce adherence to the correct behavior and Document what took place.
Read on to learn more about how this approach can effectively enhance what you already have place, change at-risk behaviors and reduce risks for you and your company.
Spot the At-risk Behavior
This is when the S.E.E.D. system springs into action. An experienced trainer will help you identify the aspects of your driving that need some work. Even though you may think you are an experienced driver, you may be engaging inadvertently in at-risk behaviors.
Explain the At-risk Behavior and Correct It
Once the at-risk behavior is identified, the instructor will explain why that specific behavior is dangerous before correcting it. There’s a strong cognitive component in the acquisition of a new skill or behavior, and this cogent explanation lays the groundwork for lasting change.
Enforce Adherence to the Correct Behavior
Enforcing adherence in a professional manner is an effective way to reinforce newly acquired skills. In this step of the process, the instructor oversees adherence to the correct behavior to make sure that the change is permanent and the at-risk behavior has been reduced or eliminated.
Document What Took Place
All at-risk behaviors and the subsequent explanations and corrections are documented. This step helps reduce liability, keeps employees accountable and serves as a register of the coaching given.
As a part of the S.E.E.D. Process, analytics are provided, as well as probability graphs at all levels: driver, department, building, and more.
Our electronic driver evaluation and coaching system is unmatched. This system is highly detailed on all the behaviors that need to be performed by a Defensive Driver. It enables the trainer/coach to influence the trainee to recognize at-risk situations and behaviors and to reduce or eliminate them.
At Certified Safe Driver We offer high-quality safe driving courses and webinars that are engaging, straightforward and user-friendly so you can acquire the skills you need to be more proactive about your safety.
Contact us today by telephone ((909) 978-5077) or through our social media accounts of Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn for a free consultation or to learn more about our services and our commitment to keeping you safe on the road.