Letchworth, June 26th, 2018 – Fleet Source, a leading provider of unrivalled training and auditing for the road transport industry, has been presented with the ‘Training Program of the Year’ award at this year’s Talent in Logistics awards.
The Talent in Logistics Awards 2018 celebrated professionals at every level of learning and development and rewarded the people inspiring the next generation of logistics and transport talent.
Emerging triumphant from a tough shortlist, Fleet Source were delighted to be chosen as this year‘s winner for their Terrorism Risk and Incident Prevention Driver CPC Training (TRIP).
Fleet Source designed TRIP to educate operators, managers and drivers about the risks of terrorism, the nature of the threats they may be confronted with and the range of precautions they can take to significantly reduce the likelihood of their vehicles being hijacked or stolen and subsequently used in a terrorist attack.
“On behalf of us all at Talent in Logistics, I want to say a massive congratulations to Fleet Source for winning the Training Programme of the Year Award 2018,” said Ruth Edwards, Event Manager, Talent in Logistics. “They did remarkably well in a category that was filled with some tough competitors such as Lidl, Wincanton, Pertemps, Unipart Logistics & Euro Car Parts. The Terrorism Risk Incident Prevention CPC Training Programme scored very highly with the judges due to its admirable safety objectives and effective impact. The judges noted that it was an exciting initiative and it seemed opportune and appropriate for the times,” Edwards concluded.
The accolade is the second to be awarded to TRIP since it’s launch at the end of 2017.
“Safety and helping to protect people from harm is our day job, and we are delighted that our TRIP program is being recognized in the industry for doing just that,” said Nick Caesari, Managing Director, Fleet Source. “We are thrilled to have received the ‘Training Program of the Year’ award for TRIP and we would like to thank the team at Talent in Logistics and all those involved in the judging process,” Caesari concluded.
If you would like to find out more about TRIP, visit preventterrorism.co.uk