Join us for this free NSRPP webinar. What are the links between living, working and driving? This webinar will offer the latest research-based insights into driver safety with a particular focus on how these insights can be applied to ‘driving for work’ situations. The webinar will present evidence that drivers drive the way they live as individuals, in families, communities and most importantly – the way they work in organisations.

The webinar will also cover the new philosophies of driver coaching, with emphasis on self-evaluation – and gaining insight into the kinds of behaviours that put drivers at risk. It also discusses two magic words: Hazard perception. Hazard perception is the hub of driver safety – it determines how much time drivers have to perceive and manage risks and is the single most important skill related to crash risk.

For companies interested in addressing employee risk-taking behaviour, job performance, and the most essential driving skills – this is the webinar you need!

Our Presenters for the Webinar:

Dr. Robert B Isler is an Associate Professor at the University of Waikato and the director of the Traffic and Road Safety research group at the University.  Dr. Isler is the head of research at Fleet coach, the leaders in online driver training, and has 30 years of research experience in Applied Cognitive Psychology of human factors/performance and road safety, as well as Positive Psychology principles to risky behaviors.

Nadine Isler is a registered psychologist with a background in health psychology and has 8 years experience in developing educational training programs in the area of road safety. With a background in journalism, literature and communication, Nadine is renowned as a Fleetcoach content expert.

Participants please note – this session will commence at 11:00 AM AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time), which is 1:00 PM (NZST). There may be other time zone differences that apply. It is recommended that you connect to the webinar 15 minutes prior to allow sufficient time for potential connection delays.

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Registration for this free webinar is essential.