Improve Driver Biometrics & Safety Performance

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At the wheel of a 56 ton rig, the ability of the driver to recognise, anticipate, judge, react and coordinate his body are important not only for the safe delivery of cargo but also for the lives of the people around him.

 

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EYE-BRAIN – ERROR ( HUMAN ERROR)

 

By getting your drivers to Train on the EyeGym program, research shows that significant improvements in key eye brain function can be attained over 4 weeks, improvement is translating into dramatically reduced risk, please read the trial results done with a Depot of professional tanker drivers.

EyeGym trucker is a product that is offered to our clients through the Driver Information Bureau and supports our mission of making a difference through information.

 

What is EyeGym?

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By training your visual system and brain, you create an opportunity to enhance your skills in the classroom and on the sporting field. 80-90% of decisions made in sport are based upon visual information.

About Dr Sherylle Calder

Dr Sherylle Calder is the pioneer in Visual Performance Skills training. Dr Calder has dedicated her life to this science. She discovered the relationship between developing the eyes’ skills and the reactive increase of physical and mental performance.

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Eyegym training is done 4 week modules, 15 mins per day, 4 times per week, twice a year on a computer with  afast internet connection.

 

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IMPROVING TELEMATICS SCORES BY IMPROVING HOW DRIVERS SEE-PREDICT- DECIDE AND ACT

Background:

At the very heart of good Telematics scores (and low risk of an accident), is good defensive driving, the foundation of which is the concept of SEE- PREDICT-DECIDE and ACT.

Quite obviously the ability of a driver to implement the concept depends to a large extent of the ability of his Visual performance, or her eye and brain to perform these tasks. We spent two years tracking fuel tanker drivers who had been trained on Eyegym and compared them to two control groups who had not. The results are astounding and shown below.

 

Two years tracking of Fuel tanker Drivers

The value of Visual Performance Assessments