Company Driver Training

Workplace Driving Skills

Recognition by employers the Health and Safety Act 1993 places a strong obligation to protect staff against work place hazards which includes those driving company vehicles.

Under the Act, if the employer cannot eliminate or isolate a hazard of the work place, they must give staff training to avoid the hazard. Increasingly, employers are recognising hazards on the road are unable to be eliminated, they must ensure staff are well equipped to avoid these hazards.

Refreshing/updating driving skills can benefit both the individual and organisation as a whole. There are many good reasons why an organisation should consider a Driver Education programme as part of their fleet vehicle management plan.

We can tailor programmes to suit your organisation.

Contact: Carole Green

Arrange your Defensive Driving Courses

  • We can come to your workplace – or set up a venue
  • Group minimum 6 people- we can set up a course for your group
  • If at a school and our dates won’t work with your commitments we can tailor a course for you

Please contact

Fusion Trust Driving Education Services

XTO Driving

We are pleased to be working alongside Daphne and Zane of XTO Driver Training Ltd. Please go to XTO website if you are wanting driving lessons.

Remember, fault is not required to become a statistic.

For information on road crashes see

The New Zealand Institute of Driver Educators Incorporated logo

We are a Member of The New Zealand Institute of Driver Educators Inc.